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Presbyterian refers to our form of church government.  A "presbyterian" church is simply a church that is governed by a group of "presbyters" or elders.  This group of elders is made up of the pastor(s) of the church and scripturally qualified men who are elected by the congregation.


Traditionally a reformed church is one that holds to the "solas" of the Reformation:

The authority of Scripture: sola scriptura (Scripture alone)

The basis of salvation: Sola Gratia (Grace alone)

The means of salvation: Sola Fide (Faith alone)

The merit of salvation: Solus Christus (Christ alone)

The goal of salvation:  Sola Deo Gloria (God's glory alone)