Orthodox Presbyterian Church Worship Snapshot
A Guide to Worship Resources
The Orthodox Presbyterian Church was founded in 1936 by J. Gresham Machen, previously an outstanding theologian of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. The church is a member of the International Conference of Reformed Churches.
Official Documents on Worship
Key Worship Resources
- Reports of the Committee on Song in Worship, 1946-47
- Report of the Committee on the Involvement of Unordained Persons in the Regular Worship Services of the Church, 1991
- Trinity Hymnal, Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 1961
- Trinity Hymnal, Great Commission Publications (in collaboration with the Presbyterian Church in America), 1990
General Background and Statistics
Website: Orthodox Presbyterian Church
Associations: North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council, International Conference of Reformed Churches
Origin: June 11, 1936
Separated from: Presbyterian Church in the USA, 1936
Separations: Bible Presbyterian Church, 1938
College: No denominationally-affiliated colleges.
Seminary: The Orthodox Presbyterian Church does not have a denominationally-affiliated seminary, nor does it require attendance at any particular seminary.
Congregations: 270 (Association of Religion Data Archives)
Members: 20,555 (Association of Religion Data Archives)
Publication(s): New Horizons, Ordained Servant Online: A Journal for Church Officers
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