Our main purpose, as individuals and as a congregation, is to glorify and enjoy God. The Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the only rule to direct us how we may glorify and enjoy Him. The Bible is our only rule for faith and practice.
Although we are located in Germany, we are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America. As such, we hold to the Westminster Confession of Faith, with its catechisms, as our statement of what the Bible teaches.
As the name of our church suggests, we are covenantal in our theology. We believe that the infinite, eternal, holy God condescends to humankind and establishes fellowship with us by way of covenant. Since the fall of mankind into sin, covenant relationship with God is only possible through Jesus Christ, our divine Mediator. The whole Bible, both Old and New Testaments, is an expression of how God's plan for His covenant people has unfolded.
We also place a high priority on fellowship. It is in the body of Christ that His people use their gifts to build up one another in the faith. We meet together to learn about God's Word and to worship Him, but also to encourage one another. God's covenant people have always been a gathering people; worship of the true and living God has always been a a holy convocation. The church is a body, a community, a family.