As Reformed Presbyterians we are unreservedly committed to the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the divinely inspired Word of God. We accept them as the only infallible rule of faith and life.
We believe, in broad summary, in the one sovereign, triune God; that he directly created the world from nothing; that he directly created mankind as a unique being, in communion with God; that mankind broke that communion by sinning against God, and earned eternal punishment; that in grace God responded to that sin by establishing a covenant to send his Son, Jesus Christ, to save his people from their sins; that Jesus came, died in the place of sinners, and earned eternal life for all who believe in him; and that Jesus was resurrected to life, ascended into heaven, and will come again to judge the world and receive into the presence of God forever all who have believed in him. We rejoice that our full salvation is secured by Christ. Salvation is not because of what we do; it is all by God's free grace, received by faith in Jesus Christ and based on his work on our behalf.
A fuller explanation of these beliefs can be found in the Westminster Confession of Faith, the Larger Catechism, and the Shorter Catechism. These "secondary" standards (secondary because they are subordinate to the Scriptures) are received and adopted by our ministers, ruling elders, and deacons "as containing the system of doctrine taught in the Holy Scriptures."