Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly

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The Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly is a very conservative American Reformed Denomination, which hold steadfastly to the Bible and the Westminster Standards. It can be regarded as an Orthodox Calvinist Church. It strongly opposes all forms of liberalism.

In 1983, a few churches in the North Georgia Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America withdrew from the denomination over purity of doctrine and ecclesiastical practices, calling themselves Covenant Presbytery. Thus the RPCGA was formed. Today, there are 11 congregations in this denomination.