Living for the glory of God and showing His love to others

Seattle Reformed Presbyterian Church

The Seattle Reformed Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA) in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle. As a church, we live under the Kingship of Christ and hold the Holy Scriptures to be the infallible Word of God. In worship, we praise our God with the “fruit of our lips” (Hebrews 13:15) by singing the 150 Psalms without the accompaniment of musical instruments. In life, we seek to glorify God in every thought, word, and action as we look forward to the day we get to enjoy Him forever!

The word "Reformed" in our name refers to our adherence to biblical principles set down in the Protestant Reformation of the 1500's by our spiritual fathers, including Martin Luther, John Calvin and John Knox. "Presbyterian" refers to our form of church government; each congregation is under the oversight of multiple elders, who also participate in the higher levels of our church in Presbyteries (regional) and Synod (national).

We have enjoyed ministering to the Seattle area since 1892 when we were first organized as a church of the RPCNA! We also hope to have the opportunity to minister to you personally and encourage you to join us for the worship of our God on Sunday. Feel free to contact us for more information.

Sunday bible class
Sunday morning worship
Sunday evening meeting (worship, prayer or Psalm singing)
Wednesday bible study
24 May, 7.00pm
North Bible Study
24 May, 7.30pm
South Bible Study
24 May, 7.30pm
East Bible Study

Strength in Affliction »

Series: 1 Thessalonians

Paul told them affliction would come, in his concern, he sends Timothy to strengthen their faith.

  • May 21, 2017
    Morning worship
  • Pastor Ryan Hemphill
  • 1 Thessalonians 3: 1-5

Mission statement

Living for the glory of God and showing His love to others

We, the Seattle Reformed Presbyterian Church, are a congregation of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America and are committed to the standards and government of that body. As a distinct group of God's people, our purpose and ministry include the community of the Seattle church, the neighborhoods in which we live, the places where we work, and the type of work in which we are engaged. Read more

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Upcoming church events

Sunday School

28 May, 10.00am

Morning Worship Service

28 May, 11.00am

Evening Psalm Sing

28 May, 6.30pm

North Bible Study

31 May, 7.00pm

Catechism: Question 104

Q: What do we pray for in the fourth petition?

A: In the fourth petition (which is, "Give us this day our daily bread") we pray, that of God's free gift we may receive a competent portion of the good things of this life, and enjoy His blessing with them. Matthew 6:11; Proverbs 30:8,9; Genesis 28:20; 1 Timothy 4:4,5.