Churches by Denomination
Presbyterian churches are a Protestant denomination, which developed from Calvinist Church doctrines practiced in Switzerland and France. John Knox was the official founder of Presbyterianism in 1557. One of the main distinctions of a Presbyterian church is that the church is governed by a group of elders. Presbyterians are the largest and most theologically liberal of all American Protestant denominations. With issues such as birth control and abortion, they believe that is up to the individual to decide for themselves. Feel free to browse our directory to find a Christian church near you.