What is a Reformed Baptist Church?
A Reformed Baptist church stands historically within the reformation heritage. affirming historic Creeds, Confessions, Catechisms and Covenants because and insofar as they affirm biblical truths.
We hold to the historic Creeds such as the Apostle’s Creed, The Athanasian Creed, and The Chalcedonian Creed.
We hold to the Five Solas of the Reformation (Scriptures Alone are the final and the highest authority. Salvation is by Grace of Alone, through Faith Alone, in Christ Alone, to the Gory of God Alone – read more).
We stand in the tradition of the 1644 and 1689 Baptist Confessions of Faith.
We encourage the use of catechisms in family worship, including the 1693 Baptist Confession, the 1680 Catechism by Hercules Colins, and the Baptist Catechism for Children.
We believe the local church is to be governed and put in order, and that membership covenants are appropriate and useful for that purpose.