The Dallas Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPCNA) has moved to a new location in McKinney. As of March 4, the new address will be:
1008 West Erwin Avenue, McKinney, TX, 75069
Worship services are held in the back building (fellowship hall) of Victory Christian Church.
Who we are
We are a congregation of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in North America. In 1743 the first Reformed Presbyterian congregation was organized in North America. We have sister churches in Ireland, Scotland and Australia.
Our congregation’s story begins in 2012 when a group of families with a deep love of Christ and convinced of the distinctives of the Reformed Presbyterian Church reached out to the Midwest Presbytery of the RPCNA. The Lord was pleased to bless these families with wise, godly, and nurturing elders, who then oversaw the formation of this little church. Our congregation was organized as a mission church in 2014. With the election, ordination and installation of our own elders and deacon, we became a particular congregation of the RPCNA on March 6th, 2015.
Lord’s Day Schedule
||Lunch (always plenty for guests)
A new EP congregation is now meeting in San Antonio, TX. The Reformed Presbyterian Church in San Antonio is now meeting for worship. From their website:
“Welcome to the Reformed Presbyterian Church in San Antonio (RPCSA)! We’re a new outreach of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, an old branch of Reformed and Presbyterian Christianity. We aspire to be a vital, growing community of Christian households who love our Lord Jesus Christ and covenant together to live in Biblical fellowship, so that in every relationship and endeavor, we honor him who loved us and gave himself for us. Risen from the dead and ascended on high, he now reigns as mediatorial king over all things. By the proclamation of the gospel he calls men and nations to repent of our lawlessness and trustingly obey him. We live in joyful anticipation of His return in glory.
“Behold, how good a thing it is, and how becoming well
When those that brethren are delight in unity to dwell.”
Psalm 133:1, The Book of Psalms for Singing
We meet at the Quality Inn, NW Loop 1604 and La Cantera Parkway, San Antonio, Texas 78209.
Link to Google Maps
We meet each Lord’s Day (“Sunday”) according to the following schedule:
RPCNA Committee on the Signs of the Times (1869): And while we cheerfully admit there are very many of the Lord’s people in all the evangelical churches, and rejoice in all they have done and are doing for the salvation of sinners, and the extension of the kingdom of Jesus Christ, both their Lord and ours, we mourn over their indifference to and disregard of many important and precious truths of God’s word, and the substituting of human inventions for divine institutions in the worship of God. Especially is the praise of God corrupted by human hymns, which in the matter of many of them, as well as in the want of divine appointment for all, are unfit for the worship of God—and also choirs and instrumental music in the place of congregational singing. The whole service of praise seems to be arranged as a mere theatrical performance, and intended to please man, not God. By ignoring scriptural and important doctrines, and by not exercising discipline for popular sins, and arranging the worship of God to gratify the carnal mind, the church has been brought down almost to the level with the world, or changed into a worldly sanctuary. And the popular way for the union of all the churches in one organic body, proceeding, as it does, upon the false assumption that the great principles which have heretofore divided, and still divide, the several churches, are of no value, and unworthy of any regard, is a lamentable evidence of the general decline of the life and power of true religion in these times.
Portion from the Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter Magazine of 1870, page 22.
A cordial informative edifying discussion/debate on the Question: Should we sing psalms exclusively in worship?
Dr. T. David Gordon, Grove City College Prof, takes the negative.
Dr. Dennis Prutow, RPTS Emeritus Prof, takes the affirmative.
Opening Presentations (20 Minutes Each)
Rebuttals (10 Minutes Each)
Debaters Examine Each Other (10 Minutes Each)
Rebuttals/Closings (15 Minutes Each)
Audience Q&A Not Recorded
From their website:
“Las Vegas Reformed Presbyterian Church is a growing body of worshipers consisting of believers and their children officially taken under care of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA) in late 2012.
As part of the RPCNA, we enjoy the supervision and support of the Pacific Coast Presbytery, the regional body of churches to which we belong. We are directly overseen by the session at All Saints Reformed Presbyterian Church in Brea, CA.
At present we are a fellowship, or a church in the making. We have not called a pastor as of yet, faithful pastors and teachers of the Reformed Presbyterian Church visit from week to week to dispense the means of grace to us.
COME WORSHIP WITH US!
8237 Golf Club Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89145Gate Code:
key key 0053
11:00am – Morning Service
12:30pm – Fellowship Lunch
2:00pm – Afternoon Service
Call us 702 606 9286