Reformed Presbyterian Church in North East India

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The Reformed Presbyterian Church in North East India was established in 1835 by American missionaries like Rev. James R. Campbell. He started work in Saharanpur. Later Rev. Watkins R. Robert came to Mizoram in 1907. It was officially organised in 1979 with 7 households. The Reformed Presbyterian Church in Nort East India was the first Reformed denomination in North east India. It had 4,200 members and 50 congregations in 2004. It now has 14,038 members and more than 107 congregations in North East India in Manipur, Assam, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya. There's a growing church planting ministry in Myanmar.[1] [2]

The Reformed Presbyterian Church in Northeast India does not ordain women. It accepts the Westminster Confession of Faith, the Westminster Shorter Catechism and Westminster Larger Catechism. [3][4]

It is a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches[5] and the International Conference of Reformed Churches.[6] The RPCNEI is a founding member of the Reformed and Presbyterian Fellowship and a member of the Evangelical Fellowship in India.[7] The headquarters located at Churachandpur in Manipur.[8]

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  1. ^ www.rpcnei.org
  2. ^ www.irfa.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=49:points-of-ministry&Itemid=41
  3. ^ http://www.reformiert-online.net/adressen/detail.php?id=1312&lg=eng
  4. ^ http://ww2.rpcnei.org/
  5. ^ www.wcrc.ch/node/164
  6. ^ http://icrconline.com/members.html
  7. ^ www.rpcnei.org/about-us
  8. ^ www.rpcnei.org/contact-us