Exalting His Name, Proclaiming His Word.

You have exalted above all things your name and your word.

This Sunday

December 16, 2018

Morning Services ⋅ 9:00am & 11:00am

The Herald of the Lord
Matthew 11:1–11 ⋅ Dr. Liam Goligher
Series: Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus

Evening Service ⋅ 6:30pm

Joy in Song
Luke 1:46–55; 1:67–79; 2:29–32 ⋅ Rev. Carroll Wynne
Series: Advent

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Tenth Press

Spiritually Informed Dec 11 ⋅ by Carroll Wynne What a perfect place to be spiritually informed: your own church on a Sunday morning as you are coming to worship! For those new to the faith as well as those who have been Christians for some time, there are a variety of classes to strengthen and encourage you in your walk with Christ.

This past quarter a class considered “Who is Jesus?” It navigated through the myths and misconceptions of who Christ is said to be, while pointing us to our matchless Savior as we grow in our knowledge of him.

For the winter quarter, a survey study will cover the Pentateuch, which are the first five books in the Bible. This survey is a rich look at the first ways in which God reveals himself to humankind, and traces how these truths develop through the rest of the Scriptures.

Then, we have a class on Daniel, who was not only a teenage war refugee, but a man of godly character, whom God used to interact with significant kings and rulers. Delving into ...
Tenth Women’s Committee Dec 4 ⋅ by Phil Scribano and Earline Schmid As men and women of Tenth, let us “Glorify the Lord with me: let us exalt his name together” (Psalm 34:3). This past November Session meeting, a motion was passed to establish a women’s ministry upon the recommendation of a Special Session Committee on Women’s Ministry, in partnership with an ad hoc Committee for Women’s Ministry. The purpose was to establish a vis...
Incarnation Matters Dec 1 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker No more let sins and sorrows grow, Nor thorns infest the ground; He comes to make His blessings flow far as the curse is found. —Isaac Watts

Jesus entered the world during a time of violence and terror as the wails of mothers whose children were murdered for political expediency surely still echoed across the nation. Government oppression and taxation bore down on those who...
Comfort & Joy Nov 28 ⋅ by Colin Howland “Their plane is missing.” It was the end of June in 1989, and I was reveling in the joy and excitement of having just graduated from the Curtis Institute the month before. Earlier that day I had played an organ concert at Wanamaker’s (now Macy’s) and a guest at the organ console asked me if I knew the whereabouts of Keith Chapman and his wife Sally. Keith was the head or...
Christian Gratitude Nov 22 ⋅ by Dan Kunkle Romans 1:21: “For although they knew God, they did not honor him as God or give thanks to him, but they became futile in their thinking, and their foolish hearts were darkened.”

This verse is not a traditional Thanksgiving Day verse. Yet, there is something fundamentally important in this text about Christian gratitude. Paul is describing the marks of those who are su...
Learning with Thanksgiving Nov 21 ⋅ by Anne Harlow This post was originally a letter sent to our pastors by a member. 

Here are some of the many things that I have learned at Tenth.

1. I learned that our minds and our intellects are gifts from God and are to be used to worship, glorify, and grow in love for him. One of the many aspects of Tenth Church that my husband, Rich, and I loved when we first came was that...
Surprised Foreigners Know About It Nov 15 ⋅ by Gavin Lymberopoulos After a foreign preacher presented the gospel to a group of people in Asia, a local pastor asked if it might be better to train an indigenous person to preach to his countrymen. The pastor went so far as to express his desire for “believers in [Asia] to think of the gospel as uniquely their own and to be surprised when they learn that foreigners also know about it.” [...
After Ethnicity Nov 6 ⋅ by Liam Goligher What has really been happening these last few weeks? I believe that we have been engaged in an exercise in corporate sanctification. Why corporate? Because most of the New Testament epistles address the body of Christ, the church, as a whole. In fact, the Lord has been addressing corporate sin in the body of Christ that goes deeper and broader than the headline issue on the table.

Electing Nominees Nov 2 ⋅ by Though only days away from our governmental midterm elections, we are also approaching the annual election of elders, deacons, and deaconesses to their various posts in our church. 

As a Presbyterian church, our leaders are elected from a pool of nominees to represent and serve the members of the church.  All Christians are to be engaged in service to the world and each o...

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