Reformed Presbyterian Church in the United States
|Reformed Presbyterian Church in the United States|
|Separated from||Presbyterian Church in America|
|Separations||Reformed Presbyterian Church – Hanover Presbytery, Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly|
The Reformed Presbyterian Church in the United States is a small Presbyterian denomination based in the United States. The RPCUS was established in 1983, subscribes to the unrevised Westminster Confession and upholds biblical inerrancy. The denomination identifies itself as being theonomic.
The "mother" church of the RPCUS was Chalcedon Presbyterian Church (currently located in Cumming, Georgia), which left the Presbyterian Church in America to become the first member of the new denomination. Chalcedon Church, first pastored by Joe Morecraft now pastored by Tim Price, was joined in 1987 by Covenant Presbyterian Church, which grew out of a Reformed Bible study group held in Buford, Georgia. The study group had been partially under the headship of the Rev. Wayne Rogers; Covenant Church is led today by the Rev. Christopher B. Strevel.
The Reformed Presbyterian Church – Hanover Presbytery split from the RPCUS in 1991.
- Morecraft, Joe. "Why the RPCUS has the Original 1646 Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms Unrevised". Retrieved 18 December 2010.
- Otis, John. "RPCUS Distinctives and the Westminster Standards". Zion Presbyterian Church. Retrieved 19 December 2010.
- Reformed Presbyterian Church in the United States
- Christ Theological Seminary (seminary of the RPCUS)
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