A Reformed Baptist Church is:
- Calvinistic in its understanding of salvation.
- Covenantal in its interpretation of the Scriptures.
- Confessional in its unity of doctrine and practice.
- Credo baptism only.
- Converted church membership only.
- Communion through formal associationalism; not denominationalism.
In summary, a Reformed Baptist Church is a body of baptized believers united together in a local church that is in full subscription to the Calvinistic, covenantal doctrines contained in the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith who are striving to worship faithfully, and seeking to advance the Kingdom of God and to fulfill the Great Commission through our formal association with local churches who are also in full subscription to our common confession of faith.
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