We are PCA.
Presbyterian Church in America; a denomination that emphasizes being "Faithful to the Scriptures, True to the Reformed Faith, and Obedient to the Great Commission."
We are Christian.
We believe in and proclaim the Gospel, which is the good news of Jesus Christ.
We are Reformed.
We hold to the Westminster Standards, which is rooted from the Protestant Reformation, as our doctrinal beliefs.
What exactly are the Westminster Standards?
We are Presbyterian.
We hold to a representative form of church government, which is explained in detail by our BCO (Book of Church Order).
What exactly is the Book of Church Order?
We are governed by the “Session”, which is a group of “presbyters” (πρεσβύτερος; “elders” in Greek) elected by the members of our church. The pastors and the elders ordained in the PCA also belong to the regional “Presbytery”. And the representatives of the Presbyteries and local churches in the PCA denomination meet annually at the “General Assembly”.