Our Denomination

The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is a growing denomination with over 1,450 churches and missions throughout the USA and Canada.  "Reformed" defines the theological beliefs of the PCA, which is best summarized in the churches' overtly biblically supported confession, the Westminster Confession of Faith.

The PCA's presbyterian leadership is biblical, accountable, and transparent.  Churches are governed by trained elders elected by the individual congregations.  The local churches comprise the regional presbyteries, which facilitates connectionism to the national General Assembly.  This connectionism promotes a bond of union between and among all the churches.

Our Presbytery

The Presbytery of the Northwest is the collection of PCA churches in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Idaho.

Our Campus Ministry

Reformed University Fellowship is the campus ministry of the PCA with Northwest affiliates at Boise State University and the University of Washington.

Our Partnering PCA Congregations

  • First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, MS

  • First Presbyterian Church, Hattiesburg, MS

  • First Presbyterian Church, Kosciusko, MS

  • Covenant Presbyterian Church, Cleveland, MS

  • Catalina Foothills Presbyterian Church, Tucson, AZ

  • Covenant Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, AL

  • Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, AL

  • Christ Presbyterian Church, New Haven, CT

  • Chehelam Valley Presbyterian Church, Newberg, OR

Our Networks

The Northwest Church Planting network is a collection of PCA churches throughout the region committed theologically, prayerfully, and financially to planting churches.


Mission Anabaino is a diverse church planting collaborative that originated out of Christ Presbyterian Church in New Haven, CT, intent about fostering “Total Christ” Churches.

Spanish River Network is a delightful network intent on aiding in the educational development, encouragement, and financial investment in church planting around the world.


Cahaba Park Cohort is a gathering of church planters for mutual encouragement and planning hosted by Cahaba Park PCA in Birmingham, AL.