Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church is a local body of believers that meet together to worship the One Triune God, to grow in knowledge of Him through the sole authoritative preaching of Scripture, and to saturate the outside community with the message of the Gospel.
Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church and the Orthodox Presbyterian Denomination are founded on the teaching of the entire Bible - Biblical principles in both the Old and New Testaments. A summary of our beliefs regarding what the Bible teaches, and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church's (OPC) statement of faith, is found in the Westminster Standards, which include the Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms. These documents have been sincerely adopted by Bible-believing Presbyterian churches for 350 years.
Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church is of the Reformed Faith. For those not familiar with the term "reformed" as it pertains to Reformed Faith, click here for an in-depth explanation as found on the OPC's website.
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