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Who We Are

We are a church located in Melbourne, Florida.

We are a young, growing, family-integrated church. Some would call us small, but we will be a little bigger when you come, and there is plenty of room. Our congregation is a member of the Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church (CRPC). We have sister churches in other states and even in Suriname, South America.

The CRPC stands for the Bible as the very Word of God-—holy, inerrant, infallible, and inspired. We also subscribe to the historic Confession of Faith and Catechisms of the Westminster Assembly, an international council which met in London in the 1640s; as well as other creeds of the Protestant Reformation, such as the Heidelberg Catechism. Thus, we have roots that go back to the early church and come through the Reformation. The old-time biblical Gospel is what is faithfully preached each Lord's Day.

The reason that we have two pastors is because our church was begun by families that were involved in overseas mission work and moved to this area together. The ministers often travel overseas related to this mission work and so the work of preaching is shared.

Our church also oversees the work of Reformation Christian Ministries, which itself is responsible for running the mission ministry, a college and a seminary. For more information on this visit the ministry website at and our educational website at www.reformation.ws.

  • We preach from the NKJV Bible.

  • 650 sermons online

Pastor Rudy Poettcker

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King's Reformed Presbyterian Church
1300 E. University Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901

Service Times

10:00 a.m. Worship service
11:45 a.m. Fellowship Time & Meal
12:30 p.m. Prayer, Singing and Discussion Time (Time to ask questions about sermon or other topics)
Pizza & Theology: 6:30-8:30 p.m. on last Friday of every month. Youth oriented discussion time on practical theology and a great time to ask questions in an informal environment. Pizza is free.