We started as a small home group in 2014 and came under the supervision of the OPC in 2016. We are a small congregation made of several young families with plenty of children who sit with us during worship. We hope you’ll join us for a Sunday morning.

First time visitor? Check our Welcome Guide for an overview. Be sure to pick up a Bulletin at the entrance table, as it will contain the liturgy and hymns/psalms to be sung. There is also a suitable place for nursing mothers, and fussy infants should the need arise.

CDA North Idaho Coeur d'Alene Reformed Church OPC Orthodox Presbyterian Church

We are a church plant of the OPC denomination (Orthodox Presbyterian Church) meeting each Sunday in Coeur d’Alene. We are under the care of the Presbytery of the Northwest and receive oversight by OPC elders from across the Pacific Northwest. CDA Reformed Church will become an official church when ruling elders are elected from our local church members currently in “elder training” and our plant no longer requires interim ruling elders.

Our Doctrinal Views

  • Orthodox

    We are steadfastly committed to the correct teaching and doctrine of the divinely inspired, infallible, and inerrant Word from God – the only rule of faith and godliness


    We hold a Covenantal perspective of scripture. This perspective determines how we read and hear God’s Word. We are not distant from it but we are made participants in the drama of the Bible.

     Learn more about Covenant Theology and the OPC.

CDA Reformed Church Ruling Elders

Elders responsible for general oversight.

An Ohio native, Rev David Graves moved to CDA in 2016 to shepherd the growing church plant at CDA Reformed Church. Reverend Graves received his doctorate degree in Old Testament Theology and Exegesis at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He and his wife Bekah have been married for 20 years and have five children.  

Rev. David GravesPastor / Teaching Elder

Pastor Calvin Malcor is a retired minister in The OPC and has pastored eight congregations on the West Coast and in the Midwest.  He is a graduate of Westmont College, Santa Barbara, and Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia.  He was the organizing pastor of the CDARC in her initial months of 2015-16, prior to the coming of Pastor Graves.  Presently he resides in Medford, Oregon, with his wife, Nancy, where they attend Trinity OPC.  He continues active in that congregation, pulpit supplies, and several local ministries.  He serves as moderator of the OPC Presbytery of the Northwest.  The Malcors have two daughters and five grandchildren (three married)….and one cat.

Rev. Calvin MalcorRuling Elder

Jeff Scott, his wife, Dawn, and their five children came to Roseburg in 2013 to pastor Covenant Grace Church. Raised in North Idaho before and attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, where he completed a degree in Biblical Languages and met his wife. Jeff also graduated from Mid-America Reformed Seminary in Dyer, IN.

Rev. Jeff ScottRuling Elder
Mr. Mark McConnellRuling Elder
Mr. Curtis SommerfeldRuling Elder
Mr. John DeiblerRuling Elder

About Elders

The spiritual care and oversight of a local congregation is provided through elders (including ruling elders, elected from the membership of the local church, and ministers, either pastors called by a local congregation or evangelists or teachers, called to serve in a broader capacity).  In fact, our name reflects the practice of oversight found in the book of Acts.  Paul, on his missionary journeys, made sure that elders were chosen to oversee and nurture the newly planted churches (see Acts 14:23; 20:17-25; 1 Timothy 3:1-7).  The Greek word for “elder” is presbuteros or “presbyter.”  Similarly, matters that concern the regional church are handled by the ruling elders from the local churches and ministers, assembled in a meeting of presbytery.