In Australia Presbyterians and Reformed Churches Move Closer

The Aquila Report | 9/19/2019 | Staff
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This agreement can be seen as a long-delayed response to the Presbyterians who decided not to enter the union that produced the Uniting Church in 1977. That led to the re-emergence of the Presbyterians as a more conservative church. The CRCA was founded by Dutch migrants in 1951. They had no desire to form a new church but found the old PCA was too liberal for them, and other Presbyterian churches had forms of worship (such as restrictions on music) that were too strict for them.

Here’s a promise of greater unity in the conservative reformed part of Australian Christianity. Two church groups – the Presbyterian Church of Australia (PCA) and the Christian Reformed Churches of Australia (CRCA) have signed an agreement to work more closely “together in God’s Kingdom”.

Week - Memorandum - Understanding - PCA - CRCA

This week a Memorandum of Understanding between the PCA and the CRCA was signed on behalf of both denominations by...
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