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Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland (RPCI)
Not a Member of NAPARC
Covenanter Witness, Messenger
The Original Westminster Standards and their Testamonies
Consistent w/ Westminister Directory for Public Worship (1645)
Exclusive Psalmody - A cappella
Lord's Supper (e.g. Wine, Geneva Table)
No holy-days, excepting the Lord's day
Days of Creation
6 day /24 hours
Other Doctrinal Distinctives
(from their website) The Revolution Settlement of 1690 was welcomed by most Ulster Presbyterians as a vindication of their struggle for religious freedom. A minority, however, objected to the disregarding of the Covenants and the absence of any specific recognition of the kingship of Jesus Christ. These `Covenanters', ancestors of modern Reformed Presbyterians, stood apart from the Presbyterian Church and began to hold separate meetings for fellowship. They were dependent on visits from Scottish ministers from 1696 until 1757. In 1763 a `Reformed Presbytery' was formed and rapid growth led to the formation of a Synod in 1811.