Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology (PCRT)

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First held in 1974, the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology is the nation's oldest, continually operating, Reformed conference. Its purpose, according to Dr. Boice, is three-fold:

  • Awaken interest in biblical theology and the doctrines of grace.
  • Establish a forum at which men and women in the Reformed tradition might meet and be encouraged.
  • Marshall resources to strengthen the Church.

Since that time, tens of thousands of Alliance members, as well as noted pastors and teachers, have been gathered around the country to study and be encouraged by God’s Word. PCRT remains the most potent of all Reformed conferences, lacking the air of a convention but instead cultivating an intense combination of worship and Word. While PCRT is grateful to have inspired many imitators, it remains the original and authentic Reformed conference. We purposefully hold our conference in churches to encourage a worshipful and intimate setting where attendees can fellowship with one another and the speakers.

Note:  The above descriptive information came from the event's home page.