Welcome to Our Site!
Welcome to the website of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia. We are a Presbyterian church, constituted as several congregations along the east coast of Australia, whose aim is to faithfully proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, in the tradition of the Protestant Reformation. We believe the truth of the Holy Bible as expressed in the Westminister Confessional Standards as originally adopted by the Reformed Church of Scotland.
Knox and Church Order
One of the primary documents of the Scottish Reformation is The First Book of Discipline. It is a document for the ordering of the life of the Reformed Church in Scotland drawn up at the dawn of the reformation in Scotland. This document, together with The Book of Common Order, formed the original Church Order of the Reformed Church of Scotland in the days of John Knox. The First Book of Discipline was the work of five other Scots’ reformers in addition to John Knox. Knox also with the help of others in Frankfurt compiled The Book of Common Order. These documents and the times in which they were written also show us the close connection especially between the Reformed Church of Scotland and that of France and Geneva.  This is seen in the close contact and communication between those Churches on the matter not only on the ordering of the Church, but also all matters of doctrine, worship and government.
Our Christian Psalms ~ 17

As The Apple Of Your Eye.

Psalm 17 recognises that believers can come into desperate straits. David was in deep waters when he penned this Psalm. He was surrounded by personal attacks and spiritual temptations . He likens himself to a hounded animal that has been brought to bay by a pride of hungry lions; they have stalked him, encircled him, and are now crouching, eyes locked onto his every move, preparing to launch the final assault (v:4, 9-14).
Vital Truths - How Can I Be Saved?

God, in the Bible, gives a very clear answer: “Testifying both to the Jews, and also to the Greeks, repentance toward God, and faith toward Jesus Christ,” (Acts 20:21.) God’s way of salvation is through faith and repentance.



When the Prophet says, by the breath of his lips, this must not be limited to the person of Christ; for it refers to the Word which is preached by his ministers. Christ acts by them in such a manner that He wishes their mouth to be reckoned as his mouth, and their lips as his lips; that is, when they speak from his mouth, and faithfully declare his Word (Luke 10:16).  John Calvin, Commentary on Isaiah 11:4 


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