Westminster Presbyterian Church is a Reformed PCA Church in Kingsport Tennessee
Westminster Presbyterian Church was established in 1973 by a group of believers who desired to have a congregation that believed in the inerrancy, and authority of the Bible, a pulpit devoted to preaching the whole counsel of God, and a congregation devoted to serving the Lord Jesus Christ.
Westminster Presbyterian Church was organized in the Westminster Presbytery with the assistance of Dr. Joseph Morecraft and became a member church in the newly formed Presbyterian Church in America. Its initial pastor was Rev. Pete Hurst. In 1982 Rev. G. Brent Bradley became Senior Pastor and Rev. Steven Warhurst came to serve as Associate Pastor in 2002.
What We Believe
True to the Word of God
We are a reformed congregation which holds to the Westminster standards of the Confession and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms.
Pastors, Elders, and Deacons
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Gathering with the Saints
In worship we bring to God that which pleases Him, not what pleases us. Our worship is characterized by reading and preaching God’s Word, Prayer, congregational singing, and the observance of the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper.
Equipping the Saints for the Work of Ministry
Church life at Westminster is not programmatic. This means we do not schedule events and programs throughout the week other than a bi-monthly prayer meeting. With fewer church activities, families have the opportunity to sponsor and participate in fellowship and ministry according to their gifts, interests, and abilities. The result is a variety of ministries organized and supported by families who have a passion for them.
We believe God has given each member gifts that they can use to build up the body of Christ. So our Pastors and Elders seek to equip these saints to do the work of ministry (Ephesians 4:11-12).
Fulfilling the Great Commission
We maintain relationships with many missionary families around the world supporting them with encouragement, prayer, and giving.