Redeemer Presbyterian Church is a plant congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). The PCA has a strong commitment to evangelism, outreach at home and abroad, and Christian education. From its inception, the PCA's purpose has been “faithful to the Scriptures, true to the Reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission.”
The PCA was formed in the 1970s in response to the need for a strongly scriptural, evangelical, and Reformed witness to Christ in the United States. The PCA strongly affirms the unique, infallible, and inerrant authority of the Bible and the distinctive doctrines of the Westminster Standards and the Reformed tradition—among them the 5 “Solas” of the Reformation and the doctrines of grace—while adhering to Presbyterian polity (government). The PCA is a distinctive Presbyterian denomination because its vision stresses reformation and revival, both within the Church and throughout the world.
The PCA is comprised of over 1700 congregations across the U.S. and Canada. Additionally, the PCA operates Mission to the World (MTW), a worldwide missional community that collaborates in transformative church-planting and renewal movements around the globe. As a family within the PCA, MTW has the joy and privilege to be involved in over 80 nations, with some 640 long-term missionaries laboring in partnership with almost twice that number of international colleagues.
Gratefully, the phrase "from everywhere, to everywhere" is taking ever-deeper root among us, and both the PCA and MTW are learning how to broadly collaborate where God is advancing His kingdom while remaining faithful to our Reformed and covenental convictions.
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Click here for a detailed History of the PCA.