Cambodia Presbyterian Church
Westminster Theological College and Seminary Cambodia (WTCS) has a very high view of the church. The mission of WTCS is to teach and train those whom God has called to be pastors and church leaders, and WTCS is committed to equipping these pastors and church leaders with biblical, theological, and ministerial disciplines specifically in the Reformed and Presbyterian tradition.
The WTCS teaching faculty, who have been ordained as teaching elders of the Reformed and Presbyterian denominations, also acknowledge the urgent calling and special responsibility for training and equipping future pastors and church leaders so that they can serve the Reformed and Presbyterian churches in Cambodia and beyond.
Cambodia Presbyterian Church (CPC) was thus organized in June, 2015 with a sole presbytery, having three initiating members (Rev. David Yuhan, Rev. Sang Park, and Rev. Peter Kong) who represented Westminster Presbyterian Church plus seven other local churches. The purpose of organizing CPC is for the new generation of pastors to be examined and ordained following the biblical and reformed tradition, and also for the seminarians of WTCS to be trained and equipped through field education and ministry experiences in the biblical and reformed tradition.
CPC ordained eight pastors: Rev. Pheak Ny and Rev. Atoka Swu on February 16, 2016; Rev. Sarath Sous on March 20, 2017; Rev. Silong Oum, Rev. Sokah Chan, and Rev. Sophal Uk on November 20, 2017; Rev Vuthy Chun on March 18, 2019; Rev. Robert Il Kwon on March 9, 2020, and they are all currently serving local churches or Westminster Seminary Cambodia.
Any church which is firmly based on the biblical principle and on the reformed theology is welcome to join CPC (contact: 017-450-042).