Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church holds that the Word of God is immutable, inerrant, and the final authority on issues of life, faith, and practice. Since, however, there are many churches that claim the Word of God to be their only rule of faith and practice yet disagree on what it teaches, Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church subscribes to and affirms the following standards to represent the fullest expression of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church subscribes to and affirms the following creeds called "Ecumenical", and holds them to be accurate and succinct statements of biblical orthodoxy.
The Three Forms of Unity
In addition to the Westminster Standards and the Ecumenical Creeds, we at Covenant Reformed also admit our indebtedness to the Three Forms of Unity which provide a very pastoral method of presenting the truths of the orthodox and historic Christian faith.
Constitution of Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church
The Constitution of Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church was ratified on July 21, 1996 with the express purpose and intent of submiting to all those principles regarding church order which are clearly required by Scripture, or required by deductions from Scripture which can be understood through good and necessary consequence. We desire to operate in terms of a sanctified Christian prudence, with all things done in good order and biblical decency. At all times, we seek to submit to the Scriptures and to reflect the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.
John Knox Presbyterian Church Book of Church Order
This book of order first sets out what the JKPC believes the basic principles to be and then what it considers appropriate to its needs and what most appropriately expresses the fundamental principles. Part one covers these principles and the specific application of them. Part two covers the procedures currently adopted or gives guidelines as to procedures.