What is the Reformed Faith?
The Reformed faith can be summarized by the Five Solas of the Protestant Refomation. The Reformed doctrine of salvation can be summarized by the Five Points of Calvinism represented by the TULIP acrostic. These doctrines are taught in the Bible and have been affirmed by the mainstream of Bible-believing, grace-loving Christians down through the ages.
Our main objective is not to be Reformed but to be faithful to God's word. In the spirit of Sola Scriptura, the Protestant Reformers called the Church back to the Bible as the final authority for what Christians are supposed to believe and how they are supposed to worship and live. That's our spirit as well. We want to proclaim and live out the teachings of the Bible in the context of our generation and culture. On the last day, that's what God will require us to give an account for.