Exalting His Name, Proclaiming His Word

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

This Sunday

March 3rd, 2024

Morning Services ⋅ 9 & 11AM

Reversals of Fortune

Psalm 126 ⋅ Phil Ryken

Afternoon Service ⋅ 2PM

Jesus Has Overcome the World

John 16:25-33 ⋅ Enrique Leal ⋅ Series: John

Evening Service ⋅ 6:30PM

The Sin Within

Matthew 15:1-20 ⋅ Tim Geiger

Small Groups Nearby


Tenth Press

Families in Worship Jan 16 ⋅ by Kelci Rose

“Let the little children come…” (Matthew 19:14). Though important religious leaders, government officials, and all manner of adults crowded and pressed in day after day, Jesus opened his arms to the littlest and welcomed and blessed them. At Tenth, we desire to have this same heart. For in a real sense, they are our children. At baptism, we as a congregation receive and acknowledge them as part of our covenant community. Further, we commit to aiding the parents in their […]

Redemption’s Happy Dawn Dec 19 ⋅ by Colin Howland

Perhaps more than any other holiday, Christmas gives us an opportunity to share the good news of Jesus Christ with those we know. The mass marketing of Christmas items, the holiday meals and gatherings in our homes and workplaces, the opportunity to give gifts and cards, these and many other things present openings to invite people to consider Jesus. Think about it, how often will someone ask you in the next several weeks, “what are you doing for the holidays […]

Getting into Tenth’s Core Commitments Nov 14 ⋅ by Colin Howland

If your life could be defined in answer to one question, what would that question be? For some it might read something like this: “How can I live as happy and as pain-free a life as possible?” For others it might be: “how can I influence this world for good?” For still others it could be: “what do I want to be remembered for after I die?” For those of us brought up in the Reformed faith we might say: […]

Human Sexuality Oct 10 ⋅ by Josiah Vanderveen

The Session of Tenth Presbyterian Church recently adopted the report of the Ad Interim Committee on Human Sexuality to the Forty-Eighth General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America (2019-2020) as an official and faithful summation of what we believe and confess the Bible teaches regarding human sexuality. Furthermore, we embrace the twelve statements of this ecclesiastical report as an executive summary of our beliefs. We encourage all congregants to take the time to read these twelve statements and prayerfully […]

Reaching the Unreached Oct 3 ⋅ by John P

The Global Outreach Commission is happy to announce that our Global Outreach Conference is just around the corner. It will kick off with our Flag Parade at the morning services on Sunday, October 29 and will run through Sunday, November 5. This will be Tenth’s 85th missions conference, and we are excited to hear about what God is doing around the world through our global partners and others.  Our main speaker will be Dr. Lloyd Kim, Coordinator of Mission to […]

Bible School for Adults Sep 19 ⋅ by Michel Hatem

As Reformed Confessional Presbyterians, we believe that the Word of God, which is contained in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, is our rule of faith and practice. Subordinately, we receive and adopt the confessional standards summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith (WCF), the Westminster Larger Catechism (WLC), and the Westminster Shorter Catechism (WSC), as containing the system of doctrine taught in the Holy Scriptures. In obedience to the scriptural mandate, as uttered from the lips of […]

Consideration of Service and Leadership: A Biblical Foundation Sep 5 ⋅ by Alexander Lin

Prior installments of this series on the next generation of leaders focused on the qualifications of officers of the church, as well as on the importance of prayer in the process of considering and selecting our next officers at Tenth. As the Nominating Committee approaches the latter stages of this year’s work, beginning to interview potential officers and awaiting decisions, we acknowledge common questions and themes that come up in our conversations: the busyness of daily life, the difficulty of […]

Faith, Fellowship, and Fruit Aug 15 ⋅ by Julia K.

A mango fell, bounced of the roof of the Sunday School classroom, and rolled across my toes as I stood in the courtyard of Los Olivos Church in Barranquilla, Colombia waiting for the Bible conference to begin. The moment the mango fell, Alfonzo picked it up and ran off to grab a knife to cut some for everyone. As we stood together eating mangos in the church courtyard, I was struck by the hospitality of the church and the familial […]

Qualifications of an Officer Jul 4 ⋅ by Anne Lehman

In the first part of this series on the next generation of leaders, elder Russell Pfeifer asked the congregation to join the Nominating Committee and current leadership in fervent prayer and reminded us that, “primarily, officer selection is a work of the Holy Spirit and that it is to be founded on earnest prayer.”  As we pray for God to raise up new leaders, we are prompted to remember and give thanks for the men and women whom God has […]