Organized in July 1998, the Protestant Reformed Fellowship Of Pittsburgh is affiliated with the churches known as the Protestant Reformed Churches In America.
The Protestant Reformed Churches in America (PRC) is a Fundamentalist denomination established in 1924 currently comprised of 27 churches with over 7,000 members. Their beliefs can be traced to the great Protestant Reformation of the 16th century led by men like John Calvin (1509-1564) and Martin Luther (1483-1546).
The PRC believes that the Bible is the infallibly and inerrantly inspired word of God and opposes various concepts such as common grace or divorce. Members find comfort in the truth of God's sovereignty and the certain salvation of those who are His people in Jesus Christ. The PRC's creeds are based upon God's Holy Word and are, therefore, God-centered. They are known as the Three Forms Of Unity Of The Reformed Churches: The Belgic Confession, The Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons Of Dordt.
Members of the Protestant Reformed Fellowship Of Pittsburgh worship in a handsome, red brick building in the Forest Hills area of Pittsburgh. The interior has a simple, elegant welcoming character.
Varies per program.
Free, on-site parking is available behind the church building.