Exalting His Name, Proclaiming His Word.

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

This Sunday

March 1, 2020

Morning Services ⋅ 9:00am & 11:00am

Profile of a Servant

Nehemiah 1 ⋅ Dr. Liam Goligher
Series: No Small Endeavor

International Service ⋅ 11:00am

If It Is By Grace, It Is Not By Works

Romans 11:1-10 ⋅ Dr. Enrique Leal ⋅ Fellowship Hall
Series: Romans

Evening Service ⋅ 6:30pm

Family Dinner

Matthew 5:3-12 ⋅ Rev. Gavin Lymberopoulos
Series: Matthew

Small Groups Nearby


Tenth Press

How Are We Made Whole? Feb 25 ⋅ by Kelly Kapic and Brian Fikkert On March 20 & 21, join us as Brian Fikkert shares insights from his books at the Mercy Conference.  Learn more from this video of Fikkert and Kelly Kapic describing the books, and register for the conference here.  The video is transcribed below. 

About ten years ago, Steve Corbett and I had the privilege of coauthoring the book When Helping Hurts and God blessed that book beyond our wildest imaginations.  But despite that, we continue to pepper with all kinds of questions—very specific questions.  Missionaries will say, “some worm has infested our village in Africa, what do we do?”  A daughter will say, “I’m giving money to some ministry in Tibet, should I keep giving them money?” A church will say, “we don’t even have any relationships with poor people what do we do?”  All these very specific questions.

The challenge is, people think they want answers to the...
Opioid Overview Feb 20 ⋅ by Woody Chipman As believers, we often dream of doing great things for God’s kingdom here on earth. We want to be part of something much bigger than ourselves. And many times, this dream causes us to look to some future time or large ministry as the solution. However, Jesus often spoke of looking to the needs of our neighbors and those most vulnerable as some of the highest callings for his disciples.
A Vision Feb 5 ⋅ by Liam Goligher For the last two decades, downtown Philadelphia has experienced a renaissance. Individuals from numerous ethnicities are putting down roots near the church by seeking advanced degrees, establishing careers, and in some cases starting families. Real estate prices, high ranking public elementaries, and new skyscrapers serve as constant reminders of change. 

With all of this said...
True Paideia For Your Soul Feb 5 ⋅ by Gavin Lymberopoulos We live in a culture obsessed with productivity books. If you want to use time or money more wisely, there are endless resources available. None of this is a surprise. We all feel the demand on our resources, and we want to be more disciplined in how we approach life. There is great wisdom to be found in these books, but they only discipline our actions or at best our thoughts. When we receive ...
The Importance of College Fellowship Jan 23 ⋅ by Jared Cochrum One of my favorite parts of working in college ministry for Tenth is that there is no gap between Tenth College Fellowship (TCF) and the church where students are able to encounter and worship the living God. This kind of proximity between campus and worship is essential to the discipleship and growth of the students who are a part of our congregation and who are becoming true worshipers of the...
The Importance of Internationals Worship Jan 23 ⋅ by Enrique Leal The universal church is a clear demonstration of God‘s sovereign power. Think about this for a moment.  People from all nations gather together on the Lord’s Day with the same purpose, to worship God. Though we have various expressions of worship around the world, the Holy Spirit has the sovereign power to keep us together in one mind, which is to give glory and honor to the gi...
On Nature and Nature’s God Jan 7 ⋅ by Onsi A. Kamel The twentieth century was unkind to classical Reformed theology. While theological conservatives often blame liberals for undermining traditional Protestant doctrines, the staunchest conservatives and the neo-Orthodox also revised several key doctrines. One such was the doctrine of natural revelation. In his otherwise thunderous “Nein!” to Emil Brunner’s defense of natural the...
Worship Conference Jan 2 ⋅ by Gavin Lymberopoulos Join us for the 2020 Worship Conference as we learn from Dr. John V. Fesko, Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary. Dr. Fesko will guide our thoughts as we consider how the worship of God should motivate our apologetic. In addition to Dr. Fesko’s lecture, we’ll have workshops on prayer, Biblical exposition, and the sacraments. Dinner will be...
Venite Adoremus Dec 22, 2019 ⋅ by Colin Howland How does Christmas motivate you? How does it shape your calendar during the final weeks of the year?  Is it a time filled with activity, or a time for you to stay out of the fray? Each year when Christmas is on the horizon, we anticipate the emotions which come with the season. We see Christmas in our future, and what we foresee Christmas being like determines much of what we do.

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