What is the PCA?
A PCA is a denomination. We belong to the Presbyterian Church in America.
With deep historical roots, the Presbyterian Church in America is a relatively new, vibrant, and growing denomination which upholds specific commitments:
- The PCA is evangelical in that we are committed to the Bible as God’s Word, both necessary and sufficient to guide our faith and our practice.
- The PCA is reformed in that we are committed to the historic doctrines of sovereign grace rediscovered in the Protestant Reformation.
- The PCA is presbyterian in that we are committed to team leadership by elected Elders at every level of an interconnected denomination.
- The PCA is confessional, in that we are committed to carefully defined standards of doctrine and practice—the centerpiece being the Westminster Confession of Faith.
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PCA beliefs and standards
PCA sister churches