The Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) was established in 1936 as a testimony to the Bible when the Bible's authority was being denied.  "Orthodox" (literally, "straight thinking") signifies our holding steadfastly to the inerrancy of Scripture, not in a thoughtless faith, but one that recognizes God's Word as the foundation for the consistent "straight thinking".  "Presbyterian" signifies that we believe the Scriptures to teach that local church elders along with a pastor, form a "session" to care for the spiritual welfare to care for the members of the Church, while not presuming to interfere with their freedom of conscience in matters of Christian liberty.  There are over 300 OPC churchers across the U.S., as well as active mission works in several foreign countries.

For more information about the OPC please visit the denominational website.