Christ Covenant Reformed Church is a "confessional" church. That means we "confess" to believe an historic doctrinal statement called a "confession" that many other churches have subscribed to for hundreds of years. Our confession of faith is the Westminster 1646, which we hold to with a few exceptions.
Christ Covenant Reformed Church member of the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches, a confederation of like-minded churches committed to spiritual growth and mutual accountability.
In the church of God all things are to be done decently and in order. This pertains to the government of the church as much as to the corporate worship of the church. Convinced that Jesus Christ, the Head of the church, will protect and guide us, we seek to obey Scripture through the following standards for the orderly and scriptural government of our church, Christ Covenant Reformed Church, Yellowstone Valley, Montana. These standards do not supplant Scripture, but rather are an expression of our understanding of biblical church government under God. While seeking to be biblical in structure, we make no claim that every detail found here is expressly taught by Scripture. These standards are primarily procedural; the doctrinal position of the church may be found in the Westminster Confession of Faith (1646), the Apostle's Creed, the Nicene Creed and the Definition of Chalcedon.
The purpose of this church is to glorify God through submission to His Word in true worship, proclaiming grace in Christ to sinners, and building up the saints through doctrinal and applicatory proclamation of the whole counsel of God, faithful observance of Christ's sacraments, and earnest devotion to prayer.
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