If you're not 'Presbyterian', 'Reformed', from a Christian background, or even know what these terms mean that doesn't matter. You're very welcome.
Presbyterian means that we are governed by a team of elected "elders", rather than a single figure of authority.
As a "Reformed" church, we celebrate most of all, the truth known as "justification by faith alone". This means that we are made right with God by trusting only in what Christ has done, not what we have done. Our sin is counted to Jesus in His death and His perfect goodness is counted to us.
The word "Reformed" comes from the "Reformation" of the church in the 16th century. At this time God's people rediscovered the truth of God's Word, that salvation is:
by Christ alone
by grace alone
through faith alone
as recorded in the Bible alone
to the glory of God alone
By "Reformed" we do not mean that we have arrived! As individuals and as a church, we are always reforming!