Exalting His Name, Proclaiming His Word.

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


This Sunday

March 24, 2019

Morning Services ⋅ 9:00am & 11:00am

⋅ Dr. Ligon Duncan

Evening Service ⋅ 6:30pm

⋅ Dr. Liam Goligher

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Westminster Brass Feb 28 ⋅ by James W. Hala In celebration of a ministry that has spanned forty-three years, Westminster Brass, in our final season, will present a “Concert of Thanksgiving” at Tenth Presbyterian Church on Saturday, March 30, 2019, at 2:00 PM. We are truly thankful for God’s blessing on our ministry these many years and for all of the friends and acquaintances we have made during our time together. It is out of our affection for God and his people that we present this concert.

Our name, Westminster Brass, is not taken from the Abbey in the borough of London, nor the seminary where two of the members of the quintet attended and later taught, but is an affirmation of what we believe as found in the Westminster Confession of Faith.

Westminster Brass is “a brass quintet performing for the glory of God.” What could have moved a group of young men to make such a bold statement early in their lives? To answer this question you need to know that we, in those earl...
Have Mercy. Follow Jesus.  Feb 26 ⋅ by David Apple “The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end” (Lamentations. 3:22). “Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful” (Luke 6:36). Both the Old and New Testaments contain the truth of God’s mercy and the command to act similarly. For the Hebrew nation, it meant obeying the law and the prophets. New Testament believers were comman...
Seeing God at Work in a Corner Store Feb 21 ⋅ by Holly Favino Last summer a medical and a nursing student walked into a small bodega in the Hispanic neighborhood of Hunting Park in North Philadelphia. They wore scrubs, stethoscopes around their necks, and carried a medical backpack filled with health assessment forms, educational handouts, and supplies needed to carry out basic health screens for reading a person’s blood sugar, blood pressure, and b...
A Window into Adult Bible School Feb 19 ⋅ by Deryck Barson At the forefront of the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) is the exhortation to go and make disciples. Jesus says that the discipling of the nations is to be done by baptizing and teaching them to observe all his commands. In other words, discipleship follows the order of baptism unto instruction and obedience, which is true of all members of God’s covenant household. This is the biblic...
Seeking Hope Feb 12 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker and Seth Humeniuk In April of 2016, Olivia Kong, a junior at Wharton College, took her own life at 40th Street Station. Her death sent shockwaves through the University of Pennsylvania, as students reacted with a mix of horror, sadness, and frustration. Ultimately, her death helped bring further attention to the difficult topic of suicide, which is becoming an increasingly serious problem nationally, and a near ...
Serving God with One Accord Jan 31 ⋅ by Jared Cochrum It’s 2:00 AM, and the sounds of college students are still rumbling through the house. Some are playing a game, some are laughing together as they chat, and all are enjoying the freedom that comes from no class the next morning. Eventually, the group will dwindle down to a few stubborn stragglers who keep talking, while the rest collapse and get a few hours of sleep before the next day of...
Fostering Spiritual Growth  Jan 29 ⋅ by Carroll Wynne The Kingdom Discipleship Commission (KDC) exists “to grow Tenth as a God-centered fellowship of loving disciples in Christ who apply the gospel to all of life and share a total commitment to advance the kingdom of God in our neighborhood, our city, and our world.”

Did you know such a commission exists? Established in ages past (12 years ago?), its charter was to foster ...
God Is at Work in Our Midst Jan 17 ⋅ by Megan Siegle and Pam Nothacker It’s 8:25am on the first day back after Christmas break, and there’s a whirlwind of excitement on Delancey Street. However, no one is more excited than Sam today. It seems like it has been forever and ever since he last saw his friends. But wait! He sees a car pull up and just knows that his friend Sarah is in there. Sam leaps out of his stroller, peers around the car door, and give...
Death Becomes Us Jan 15 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker During my years of study in seminary, I worked at a funeral home. It was the best laboratory in which to learn the Bible and theology. Frequently, I saw dead bodies and attended funerals as I helped direct the families and friends of person after person to a hole in the ground where a once vibrant life would find its final resting place in a cemetery. One night as I was reading through Millard ...

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