Sheffield Presbyterian Church
The supreme authority of the church is the Old and New Testaments, comprising the sixty-six books of the Bible. A valid question is: ‘How do you interpret the Bible?’. Our theology is summarised by the Westminster Standards (Westminster Confession, Shorter & Larger Catechisms). Unlike the Bible, these standards were authored by men, but we believe they are a faithful summary of what the Bible teaches.
The government of each congregation within our denomination is made up of elders. These elders, which includes a minister (a teaching elder), together form the presbytery. The presbytery is the regional expression of our authority structure and there is great benefit to each church in terms of encouragement, prayer, accountability and unity.
It is our sincere desire that our church members sense that they are cared for spiritually, practically and pastorally.
We would be delighted if you were to join us on any Sunday, to worship the Triune God in the name of the only mediator between God and men, our Lord Jesus Christ.