Our system of doctrine is the Reformed faith, also called Calvinism (because Calvin was the most important exponent of it during the Reformation). It pulls together the most significant doctrines taught in the Bible. These doctrines are set forth in the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms (with accompanying biblical references). Our system of doctrine is summarized as follows

... The Supreme Standard for Belief and Practice is the Bible Received as the Inspired and Inerrant Word of God.

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What we beleieve.
As Presbyterians :

  1. We believe in the triune God. In other words, God is one God, yet revealed in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  2. We believe that the Bible is the written revelation of who God is.
  3. We beleive It is important to gather weekly for worship and to also regularly experience the sacraments of communion. Baptism is seen as a visible sign of God’s promise to God’s people.

Love and Worship

Central to the our church is our love and worship of God through following the teachings and examples of Jesus Christ. We express our love for God by our love and practical care for each other and for those we live with and encounter in our daily lives.


Pastoral Care

Pastoral care of parishoners is an essential part of Christ's calling to the Church, particularly in times of need. As part of their caring task, local churches also aim to mobilise resource and run projects relating geared to alleviating suffering and overcoming addictions. learn more

Summary of Our Beleifs

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01Doctrinal Position

The supreme standard for belief and practice is the Bible, received as the inspired and inerrant Word of God. In common with all Reformed Faith Presbyterian churches, the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms are held to be a systematic and accurate summary of the teaching of Scripture. These documents are the subordinate standards of the denomination.

Our theology is apostolic, Protestant, Reformed (or Calvinistic) and evangelical. There is a desire to maintain in its depth and purity the Christian faith handed down from the beginning. The basic principles of the denomination are not different from those held by many other churches. Such distinctives as there are lie in the application and implementation of these truths.

In particular, Reformed Presbyterians give prominence to the kingship of Christ. This has implications for human life in all its spheres. Areas which have received special attention are Worship, Education and Health. Words from Colossians 1:18 express the core of Covenanting theology: ‘that in everything he (Christ) might have the supremacy’.

02The Bible
03Sacraments
04Worship
05 Church and Community
06Relationship with other churches

Articles of faith

... The Supreme Standard for Belief and Practice is the Bible Received as the Inspired and Inerrant Word of God.

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Contact Us

    • Jitegemea House Muhoho Avenue, South C
    • P.O Box 27573 - (00506)
    • Tel: 254-020-6003608 / 6008848
    • Email: info@pcea.or.ke
    • Phone: +254722205051 / 0734333040