“Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!” ~ Revelation 4:8
Worship is the central activity of God’s gathered people and will continue to be so into eternity (Revelation 4). As such it is central to our life at Sovereign Grace. We strive to bring our whole hearts into worship and take a full blessing from it. Our worship is simple and suffused with the Word of God from the opening call to worship to the closing benediction. It is here that God most peculiarly comes to His people in this life and it is here that we look for the greatest blessings from Him and one another (Matthew 18:20; Hebrews 10:19-25). To learn more of our worship at Sovereign Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church, view a recent worship bulletin.
The Lord’s Day
The Lord’s Day is a often neglected gift from God to His people. It is a day given to rest from the world and to enjoy the nurture and fellowship of God and His people. At Sovereign Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church we seek to encourage the priority and centrality of the Lord’s Day in the life of the church particularly our worship together. We believe that the single greatest opportunity for the Christian both to glorify God and to grow in grace is found in the assembling of the saints for worship on Sunday. For this reason, we appreciate the long-standing precedent in church history for holding two services of worship each Sunday, by which we frame the day and keep it holy.
How can a person know how to live in our confusing world? There are a thousand opinions and philosophies competing for our attention — with so many voices speaking, who should we listen to? The promise of the Bible is that the sheep of God will hear their Shepherd’s voice (John 10:16). The Shepherd is Christ and His voice is heard through His word read and preached (1 Thessalonians 2:13; Psalm 119:9). Thus at Sovereign Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church our practice is to give serious, thoughtful attention to the preaching of the Bible. Christ has said that all of it speaks of Him (Luke 24:44) and we seek to see and hear Him in all parts of the Scripture (2 Timothy 3:16). Our normal practice is to work through books of the Bible from the opening to the closing verse (for that is how they were written) explaining and applying the meaning of the text. To listen to sermons preached at Sovereign Grace, click here.
God has not called us to be hermits or Lone Rangers, but a part of His body (Romans 12:4-5; 1 Corinthians 12:12-27). We need one another for fellowship and accountability (1 Thessalonians 5:14-15). At Sovereign Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church it is our desire to build up one another through formal and informal ways of encouragement and instruction. We wish to be led in this by the godly example and gracious ministry of elders who provide biblical oversight to the flock through ongoing prayer and visitation among the members.