WHO WE ARE


​REFORMED We hold to the Reformed faith summarized and represented in the Westminster Confession of Faith with its Larger and Shorter Catechisms. We belong to the North America Presbytery in the KAPC. 

We continue in the spirit of the historical Reformation, abiding in the principle that "the Reformed church is always reforming (ecclesia reformata semper reformanda)” according to the unchanging Word of God in the changing world.

​We live out the implications of the Presbyterian principles – plurality of leadership, centrality of the Scripture, the Lordship of Christ as the Head of His Church, and the out-working of the sanctifying Spirit in the life the saints – in all areas of the church life.


​JUBILEE Inside the Liberty Bell, which is safely preserved near Independence Hall in Philadelphia, is inscripted these very words from Leviticus 25:10: "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the Land unto all the inhabitants thereof." This particular verse is written in part of a larger section describing the year of Jubilee, the fiftieth year when all things are reset. Here, the rich share their belongings with the poor, and the poor are made rich through these means. Thus, the name Jubilee functions for two purposes: (1) to depict our service as servants for the greater Philadelphia area and (2) to represent our belief in the gospel message, where weak become strong and poor become rich. This freedom given to us comes through "our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich" (2 Cor 8:9).


INTER-GENERATIONAL We are conscious of the importance of the Lord's presence with each generation that comes. In Jubilee, we delight to see families of multiple generations worship together in spirit and in truth as one body of Christ. With such, there is a heavy emphasis upon raising up the future generations with sound doctrine and correct nurture and care with love from gospel principles. The hope is that the Lord will delight in seeing families of faith come to worship him and serve to love the community.