Covenanted Reformation Church


“Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth…” (John 17:17).


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A Reformed Church in Hebbronville, TX

Our church is deeply committed to adoring King Jesus and aims to embody the worship principles outlined in the Bible. We honor both the traditions of our Reformed faith and our historical commitment to His glory. We pledge wholehearted adherence to the Scriptures, the 1647 Westminster Standards, and the Canons of Dordt. Our goal is to emulate the exemplary practices of esteemed Reformed churches throughout history in terms of doctrine, worship, discipline, and governance, holding our standards without exception.

We foster a community of fellowship and unity, united under the sovereignty of Christ, the foundational truth of the Scriptures, and the profound theological legacy represented by our confessional documents. Read more here.

Biblical Hallmarks

Biblical Hallmarks of Covenanted Reformation Church, Hebbronville, TX

Our church is deeply committed to centering our worship on the true Messiah, Jesus Christ, and relying on Scripture as our sole biblical authority. We strive to be filled with God’s abundant grace, diligently working for the Kingdom of God through faith so that everything we achieve glorifies God alone.

The Covenanted Reformation Church is a Reformed, Christ-centered community, adhering to the historic doctrines of grace. Our Lord’s Day service reflects historic Christian worship practices, guided by the Regulative Principle of Worship. This includes biblical preaching, faithful administration of the sacraments, and the exclusive singing of the God-inspired Psalms a cappella.


The Synod of Dordt

Formally Titled, “The Decision of the Synod of Dordt on the Five Main Points of Doctrine in Dispute in the Netherlands.” One of the best orthodox creeds available on the doctrines of grace, or that which is known as TULIP.

The 1647 Westminster Standards

The 1647 Westminster Standards are the best orthodox confessional documents ever produced. Thoroughly Biblical, and thoroughly Christian. Here you can download everything, and read through all the available Westminster Standards.

Psalmody in Our Worship

The Scottish Psalter was approved by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland for use by the church in 1650. This “songbook of God’s word” for church worship has been in continuous use since its initial publication, and has remained unaltered, from its original wording.


Articles and Books from Our Church and Denomination

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The Reformation marked a pivotal revival of Augustinianism, centering on the merits of Jesus Christ. It emphasized the foundational slogans of grace: sola gratia (grace alone), sola Christus (Christ alone), sola fide (faith alone), soli Deo gloria (glory to God alone), and sola scriptura (Scripture alone). This period also spotlighted the doctrines of grace, as clearly defined by the Synod of Dordt, alongside the regulative principle of worship and the vital role of the preached word. For a deeper understanding of how these principles reflect God’s work and providence to glorify King Jesus, the Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics (CRTA) and offer extensive resources. At CRTA, explore our blog for the latest news, updates, insightful articles, books, and a wealth of resources on various topics.

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Covenanted Reformation Church is located in Hebbronville, TX, and we are considering a church plant in Corpus Christ, TX as well. (If you desire to visit or attend, send us an email and we will gladly give you directions to our location.)

Lord’s Day Worship: 11am

Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 5:30pm

"In the worship of God there must be nothing but what God commands"


Jeremiah Burroughs, Gospel Worship

“The lack of mercy sends us to prayer; the enjoyment of mercy sends us to praises.”


Samuel Bolton, The Wonderful Workings of God for His Church and People, (Crossville, TN: Puritan Publications, 2022), 13.

Christian holiness is an art of doing more than knowing God’s will, remembering it, and temporarily purposing to do it. It is a continual obedience to God’s word and sacraments through repentant faith.


Daniel Burgess, et al. A Biblical Guide to Hearing and Studying the Word of God, (Crossville, TN: Puritan Publications, 2021) 148.

Every preacher ought to adopt these words of Paul; they are the Christian preacher’s motto; he is to know nothing but Jesus Christ.


Alexander Vinet, Homiletics