The Presbyterian Reformed Church was formed in 1967 and is today made up of congregations in Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria, South Australia, New Zealand, Vanuatu and Fiji.
The Presbyterian Reformed Church believes the Bible to be the inspired word of God and the only foundation for how we are to serve God and live our lives as Christians. We believe in the Triune God consisting of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, the God who created and controls the whole world according to his excellent purpose and plan. We believe that salvation is only by faith in Christ Jesus, whose perfect life and sacrificial death was sufficient to atone for sin in every person who believes in him. We believe God's promise to offer eternal life in heaven after death to all people who believe in the saving work of Christ Jesus and the requirement of eternal judgement in hell after death for all who reject Christ.
What we believe directs all activities in our Church. It is our desire to worship God with all our hearts and to study His word and apply it to our lives without compromise.
Our church is governed in the Presbyterian form, where a council of elected elders from each congregation meet bi-annually to discuss and judge the denomination's beliefs and activities in various areas. Through this form of organisation we seek to maintain the Biblical integrity of the denomination.
As a denomination our activities include:
Regular worship services,
Sunday School classes for school children,
Youth fellowship studies and activities for teens and young people,
Missionary outreach in Australia and overseas
Publishing ministry through Covenanter Press
Ministry training through John Knox Theological College.