A “Reformed Baptists church” is distinct from other Baptist churches. Read about the distinguishing theological identity markers of a Reformed Baptist church.
Confession of Faith
In 1677 Reformed Baptists first published the Second London Confession of Faith. In 1689 the Second London Confession was republished. Today it is called The 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith, or The Second London Confession and summarily contains the doctrinal beliefs of Reformed Baptists.
The gospel is of first importance. The death, burial, and resurrection of Christ must be preached, received, and held fast for it is the power of God for salvation.