Christian Church of Orlando was born on April 2006 where we start to get together in Central Orlando area. After one year God gave us an opportunity to buy a building in the same area so that we would have a permanent home in which to meet. Since then, God has been guiding us to form a group of people committed to live meaningful lives with Jesus Christ.
On the year of 2010 we started to identify ourselves with the Historic Reformed stream of faith. The more we studied the Bible, Theology and Church History the more we understood about Justification by Faith Alone - The sole ground of our justification is the merit of Jesus Christ alone. After a while the church name was changed to "Reformed Christian Church of Orlando
Reformed Theology is God-Centered and the structure of the biblical Covenant of Grace is the framework for this theology. As Martin Luther said to his examiners: Here I (We) stand!!
Our mission is to glorify God and let His name be known by anyone willing to find life in Jesus. We seek our deepest delight in Jesus Christ and acknowledge that we can do nothing apart from him.
Specifically, we encourage people to focus on their families and maintain them in a Christ-centered way. This is essential to implement God’s plan for all of us.
We have been privileged to see many families joining together as one body and family drawn “...from every nation, from all tribes, and peoples and languages.” Rev. 7:9
Our Pastors have a call to support themselves through the talents and skills that God has given them. Like the Apostle Paul, who was a tentmaker (Acts 18:3; Acts 20:33-35; 1Thes. 2:9; 2Thes. 3:8) and regards his keeping himself independent as its own reward, because it means that: “I may present the Gospel free of charge, so as not to make full use of my right in the Gospel.“ 1Co.9:16-18
In short, we exist in order to accomplish the Great Commission to make disciples through the means Christ ordained: The preaching of the Gospel and the administration of the Sacraments. We give all glory and honor to God for his continued blessing on this local congregation of his kingdom.
Soli Deo Gloria