What We Believe
Presbyterians are a group of protestants whose church is founded on the concept of democratic rule under the Word of God.
The Presbyterian denomination is a form of Christianity democratically organized to embrace the faith common to all Christians. Authority resides with the duly elected representatives of the congregation in the appointed church governing bodies.
- Session – the local church’s governing body.
- Deacons – elected to conduct the temporal and charitable ministry of the church.
- Trustees – (in some churches) elected to manage financial, legal and property affairs of the church.
For more information on what it means to be Presbyterian, check out Presbyterian 101.