The heart of reformed doctrine is that all things were made by God, for God and through God, and we are to exalt God in everything we say and do. Reformation holds to the historic reformed confession, the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689.
We believe the Bible teaches that the whole church should worship and serve together. The older saints need the strength of the younger, the younger need the wisdom of the older, and the unbelievers need the example of both.
Reformation believes that the church should be a community within a broader community. The church community should be active in demonstrating love to one another, and reaching out to impact those around us.