Reformation Presbyterian Church is a local congregation of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). The worship services of Reformation Presbyterian Church are held at 11:00 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. on the Lord’s Day (Sunday) at 925 Dogwood Road, Snellville, Georgia 30078.
Following the morning service, there is a meal at the church, with the families of the church bringing food to share. Visitors are invited to be our guest at this meal. Following the afternoon worship service, a brief fellowship time, a Westminster Shorter Catechism class, and a congregational prayer meeting are held.
Reformation Presbyterian Church has been located in metropolitan Atlanta since its inception in 2004. Initially established as a Preaching Station with Rev.Warren E. Gardner appointed as the residential pulpit supply, the mission was organized as a Congregation in 2006, and Rev. Gardner was elected the minister. The congregation, which was initially established as Free Church Atlanta, is now known locally as Reformation Presbyterian Church.
We are a Presbyterian church adhering in worship and doctrine to the position adopted by the Church of Scotland at the Reformation. At the Disruption of the Church of Scotland in 1843, the Free Church of Scotland carried forward the spiritual identity, succession, and constitutional principles of the church of the Reformation. We believe that the religious truths espoused in Scotland and in many other places at the Reformation are faithful to the Word of God, and therefore are unchanging truths.
As Americans, we labor to promote the sound doctrine, biblical patterns of worship and faithful spiritual principles of the church of the Reformation within our own land, and to develop church structures here which are committed to these truths by constitutional pledges. Other American congregations of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) are located in Greenville, SC; St. Louis and Columbia, MO; and Mebane, NC.
While the Presbytery’s congregations are located in the United States, the Presbytery operates under the oversight of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) in Edinburgh, Scotland. Our connection with the church in Scotland is a tangible expression of our historical continuity with a tradition of faithful adherence to sound doctrine and to biblical patterns of worship.
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