Pastoral Letters

A pastoral letter is intended to shine the light of God's word broadly on a general area of concern to the Church. Requiring the approval of only one General Assembly, it is not as definitive as a Position Paper, which requires the approval of two General Assemblies (including a minimum of one year circulation among the presbyteries). The primary purpose of a pastoral letter is to guide churches within the EPC rather than to identify our positions to the world. (Act of Assembly 97-13).

AIDS/HIV  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Use of the Catechisms  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Children and the Lord's Supper  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Civil Disobedience  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Domestic Abuse  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Open Theism  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Organ Donation and Transplantation  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Receiving and Adopting the Westminster Standards  Btn-Print Version - button print version
Evaluating Membership in Secret Fraternal Organizations  Btn-Print Version - button print version