“For this reason I bow my knees before the Father, from Whom every family in heaven and on earth is named, that according to the riches of His glory He may grant you to be strengthened with power through His Spirit in your inner being.” Ephesians 3:14-16
Westminster Presbyterian Church isn’t a building—we are a family of faith, drawn together as children of God and heirs of His salvation in Christ. We share a common bond of love, for our Lord and each other.
The mission of Westminster Presbyterian Church is to glorify God and expand His kingdom by being a grace-oriented Reformed body that believes the Word of God is inerrant and all sufficient for every area of life and that holds fast to the Westminster Standards.
In striving to accomplish this mission, we aim to engage every member in a process of Christian growth that includes the following elements of purpose and stages of the process that we feel are essential for developing mature disciples of Christ: worship God, connect people, equip believers, serve others, and share Christ.
We are committed to: Believing the Bible as the inerrant, infallible, all sufficient, divinely inspired Word of God. Holding to Reformed Theology as set forth in the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms. Bearing witness to the Gospel of grace personally, and through support of ministries of missions and evangelism. Practicing loving care and accountability in the body of Christ, the Church,…
Our ministries are organized under headings called Ministry Teams. Each team consists of an elder and deacon serving alongside several lay-people. The teams provide guidance and oversight for their particular area. To learn more about ministry teams and how you can serve, please contact the church office at 423-283-4643.
PCA History https://www.wpcjc.org/pca-history/ PCA Beliefs and Vision https://www.wpcjc.org/pca-beliefs-and-vision/
Westminster Presbyterian Church was founded in 1983. Our founders came together with a joint commitment to three main points: 1) the Bible as the infallible, authoritative Word of God, 2) the historic theological convictions of the Reformed tradition, and 3) actively fulfilling the Great Commission both locally and globally. Early in its history, the congregation united with the Presbyterian Church in America…