WHAT WE BELIEVE
Faith Orthodox Presbyterian Church is committed to teaching and preaching Christ, and him crucified, as revealed in the divinely-inspired Scriptures. As a summation of the doctrines taught in the Bible, we subscribe to historic reformed creeds and confessions, namely those of the Apostles' Creed, Nicene Creed, and the Westminster Confession of Faith.
In many ways, our name reflects what we believe. As an Orthodox Presbyterian Church, we are orthodox in our doctrine, presbyterian in our polity, and the Church of Christ in our very essence. In many ways, our name reflects what we believe.
We are Orthodox because we believe, proclaim, and seek to live according to God’s Word as summarized in the historic creeds and confessions of the true Church of Jesus Christ. This includes the Apostle's Creed, Nicene Creed, and the Westminster Confession of Faith.
We are Presbyterian because we confess that Jesus Christ is the only Head and King of His church and that He exercises all authority in His Church today through the ministry of ordained men, called elders, or presbyters.
We are a Church because we exist as a community of believers and their children, called by the grace of God out of every nation and race of humanity and set apart by baptism and sanctification of the Spirit to live together in holiness and love.