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“The United Presbyterian Church under GOD is committed to knowing CHRIST and to let HIM be known through: True Worship and Fellowship, Prayer and Bible Study, Witness and Outreach, Care and Support.”
A Church for Everyone
William Jones, Jr., Pastor
June 18, 1954 - May 4, 2020
We regret to inform you of the passing of Rev. William Jones Jr. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Rev. Jones, please visit Rev. Jones service site.
Due to N.J. Govenor's COVID-19 orders, person-to-person and group Sunday services are suspended until further notice.
Every Sunday at 11AM
The Presbyterian Church of Teaneck Virtual Service
Listen to God's Word by The Rev. Dr. Gloria Tate
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With God at our side, this pandemic shall pass!
UPC is an ecumenical Church (a universal church). It is one way of being a Christian. As Presbyterians, we believe we are part of God's household. As human beings, we are "reformed, and always being reformed according to the Word of God." We are forever a work in progress, always seeking to better understand God's will for us, and to respond accordingly.
We are a connectional Church. Being Presbyterian means that we believe we need others to discern God's will. We need others to do just about anything. The reason we do almost everything by committee is that we think the Church makes a lot more mistakes when too few people have too much power.
We are a missional Church. We as Presbyterians do not exist to maintain itself, but to embody Christ's love, mercy, justice and peace in the world.
We are a confessional Church. We as Presbyterians have a Book of Confessions, a collection of theological documents written at different times through the years when questions within the Church or circumstances beyond it made it necessary to state publicly (or "confess") our basic understanding of God, the Gospel, and how we are to live as a Church as a result.
While being Presbyterian may not be a question of life or death, we need each other and how we help each other to live the Christian life faithfully and well.