Trinity Reformed Church confesses Jesus Christ as the only Savior and the Sovereign Lord over all of life. We are fully committed to the Bible in its entirety as the Word of God, without error in all its parts, and to its teaching as set forth in the historic Reformed standards: the Three Forms of Unity and the Ecumenical Creeds.
The Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed date from the early centuries of the Christian church. Creeds, also called “symbols of faith,” are concise and authorized statements of the essential tenets of the faith. The believing community employs these creeds for testimony, instruction, and worship—including setting forth normative expressions of Christian truth and serving as the standard for theological inquiry. Although many kinds of creeds exist, the ecumenical creeds have the broadest recognition within the Christian church. They are called “Ecumenical” because they have been approved and accepted by a large portion of the churches of Christendom.
Three Forms of Unity
The Three Forms of Unity is a collective name for the 'Belgic' Confession of Faith, the Canons of Dort, and the Heidelberg Catechism, which are accepted as official statements of doctrine by many of the Reformed churches, including Trinity Reformed Church