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Christian Reformed Church in the Philippines

Christian Reformed Church in the Philippines
Classification Protestant
Theology Reformed
Governance Presbyterian
Associations World Communion of Reformed Churches
Region Philippines
Founder Vince and Lucy Apostol
Origin 1962
Branched from Christian Reformed Church in North America
Congregations 50
Members 5,000

The Christian Reformed Church in the Philippines is a Protestant Reformed denomination in the Philippines, founded by American missionaries in the mid-1900.

Contents

  • Origin 1
  • Theology 2
    • Creeds 2.1
    • Confessions 2.2
  • Seminary 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Origin

The church was organised by missionaries Vince and Lucy Apostol of the


  • www.glimlpc.yolasite.com, Christian Reformed Church in Las Pinas City
  • Facebook site

External links

  1. ^ http://www2.crcna.org/pages/crwm_glance_philippines.cfm
  2. ^ http://www.reformiert-online.net/adressen/detail.php?id=1455&lg=de
  3. ^ http://www2.crcna.org/pages/crwm_glance_philippines.cfm
  4. ^ http://www.wcrc.ch/node/164
  5. ^ http://www.reformiert-online.net/adressen/detail.php?id=1455&lg=de
  6. ^ www.reformedreflections.ca/missions/history-of-reformed-sim-in-.pdf

References

The Reformed Institute of Theology was founded in 1969 to provide theological training of the Philippian Christian Reformed Church. On January 1970 the opening ceremony was held with 50 men and women. On June 1975 it become the Genevan Reformed Seminary. Finally it become the Christian Reformed Seminary and Bible Institute. It is a growing institution, located in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental.[6] The bible school in Bacolod City is non-operational as of this time.

Seminary

Confessions

Creeds

Theology

The Christian Reformed Church in the Philippines is a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches.[4]

[3] Now the church has over 50 congreagations and 5,000 mermbers.[2][1]

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