I will make Your name to be remembered in all generations; therefore the people shall praise You forever and ever. (Psalm 45:17)
Who are we?
We are a young congregation that began meeting with three families in 1997 and are now comprised of about twenty households.
Our goal as a congregation, is to find our joy in God by living beautiful, joyful lives for His honour and glory. We believe that this is our highest purpose. We can not live this way on our own though. Christ's redemption and the Spirit's working in us is the only way that we can live for God's honour and glory.
The Christian's joy comes both from living a redeemed life, and witnessing the atoning work of Jesus Christ our savior, and the work of the Holy Spirit. We love to see more people hear about the work that God has done.
What does Presbyterian and Reformed mean?
Our church is Presbyterian in government, meaning we have elders who shepherd and care for the congregation. We are Reformed in doctrine, meaning we hold to a biblical view of Scripture and salvation. We confess the historic Christian faith as expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith with its Larger and Shorter Catechisms, and as expressed in the Apostles’, Athanasian, and Nicene Creeds.
How should I dress?
Our clothing style ranges from semi-formal to informal. There are suits and ties, as well as tee-shirts and shorts. What matters most is that our hearts are ready to come before our mighty God.
Come and Praise our God
for He has done marvelous things
We invite you to join us for worship on Sundays at 10:30 AM and 2:00 PM.
Children are more than welcome in all our worship, but, if you need it, childcare is available. We also have a nursing room for mothers with small children.
Morning Worship: 10:30 AM
Fellowship Meal: about 12:15 PM
(immediately following Morning Worship, all are welcome)
Prayer Meeting: 1:25 PM
Afternoon Worship: 2:00 PM
What do we believe?
We believe that there is one Triune Creator-God. We believe that Man rebelled against God, and is guilty before Him. We believe that God took the penalty for our rebellion upon Himself in His second person and that all who believe in Him are freed from all guilt and will be raised at the last day to everlasting perfection to dwell physically, enjoying all the good gifts of creation as they were designed to be used.
We hold the three great ecumenical creeds of the church as our boundaries of Christian fellowship, and we hold to Reformation doctrine as expounded in the Westminster confession and catechisms. We also acknowledge the Continental Three Forms of Unity as good and godly confessions.
Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church
2063 Parker Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Sundays: 10:30 AM and 2:00 PM
(In the Seventh Day Adventist building)