Presbyterians are a group of protestants whose denomination is a form of Christianity, democratically organized to embrace the faith common to ALL Christians.
Each church is governed by a “Session,” a group of church members voted into their positions by the church members. Other church duties are carried out by Deacons, as well as various other committees, with each reporting back to the session. Fun fact – The United States government was based off the structure of the Presbyterian Church.
A Presbyterian must:
Confess to the Christian faith
Trust in Christ as our forgiving savior
Promise to follow Christ and Christ’s example of living
Commit to attend church and become involved in God’s work
Presbyterians share the same beliefs as ALL Christians. They believe in: