We believe in Christ centred preaching, earnest prayer and compassionate pastoral care. As living finger-posts we point men and woman to trust in the sufficiency of Christ, who is able to save our souls and satisfy the deep-seated needs of our hearts.
Biblical - means we are convinced that the Bible is inerrant and the verbally [word for word] inspired word of God. In each of our church ministries we use the Authorized Version of the bible.
Presbyterian - means we are governed by elders along with the pastor, or teaching elder. We are a member church of the Free Presbyterian Church of North America.
Free - means we are a young denomination separate from the mainline Presbyterian Church in Canada.
Evangelistic - means we preach and teach that all men and women need to be born again to enter the kingdom of God. This requires personal conversion to Christ through faith in the cross-work of Christ. We believe God calls us to reach all men by every Biblical means with the message of salvation.
Traditional - means we preach the word as the central part of worship. We sing psalms and hymns accompanied by an organ and piano. We hold prayer meetings where each one may call on the Lord for His blessing.
Reformed - means we subscribe to The Westminster Confession of Faith and Larger and Shorter Catechisms.
Pastoral - means that we minister to precious souls with care and compassion as under-shepherds of the flock.
Communion - The Lord's Supper is held during the morning service on the first Sunday of each month. It is open to all who are born again and who maintain a clear testimony for Christ.
Baptism - Baptisms are conducted at the request of candidates. Ask for an application form from the church session.
Membership - Membership courses are held as required. A full set of notes is available for anyone considering membership.
Learn More - Full documentation of our Doctrine and Practice can be read or downloaded at FPCNA.org You will also find the downloadable booklet Separated Unto the Gospel for an overview of our history and practice.