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The Pittsburgh Protestant Reformed Church is a group of families and individuals of every age and various backgrounds and is affiliated with the churches known as the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. According to the infallible, verbally inspired Word of God, which is the sole directive for what we believe and how we must live, we confess the faith known as the Reformed faith. We find comfort in the truth of God’s sovereignty and the certain salvation of those who are His people in Jesus Christ.
Our roots extend from the truths of God’s Word through the great Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, in which John Calvin and Martin Luther faithfully labored. Our creeds are based upon God’s Holy Word and are, therefore, God-centered. They are known as the Three Forms of Unity of the Reformed Churches: The Belgic Confession, The Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dordt.
Our worship services are broadcast live here on our site.
We believe that worship is holy conversation between God and is people in Christ. Our liturgy emphasizes the Word of God, which is the chief means of grace. The versification of the Psalms is used for singing in our worship services.
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