Exalting His Name, Proclaiming His Word.

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


This Sunday

January 26, 2020

Morning Services ⋅ 9:00am & 11:00am

Paul’s Shipwreck and Defending the Faith

Acts 27:39-44 ⋅ Dr. John Fesko

International Service ⋅ 11:00am

Worship the Lord Your God

Matthew 4:1-11 ⋅ Rev. Gavin Lymberopoulos ⋅ Fellowship Hall

Evening Service ⋅ 6:30pm

Worship the Lord Your God

Matthew 4:1-11 ⋅ Rev. Gavin Lymberopoulos

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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 theology, Karl Barth granted that Brunner was right about the tradition: the Reformers and their successors believed that God revealed something of himself equally to all men via nature. But, Barth continued, to avoid veering into Roman Catholic territory, we must not merely “repeat the statements of Luther and Calvin” but make their claims “more pointed.”[1] Solus Christus—Christ alone—is not merely a soteriological principle, but an epistemological one. Apart from Christ, we can know nothing.[2] 

Likewise, the anti-Barth and anti-liberal 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.

A Time for Giving Thanks Nov 26, 2019 ⋅ by James Boice Our lives are filled with many responsibilities. Our days are usually taken up with useful activities. Much of our time is spent working. We have five days a week for that, and for many of us the other days are filled with work too. Sometimes our days are taken up with fighting—not physically for most of us, but for causes or sometimes even against colleagues who want to cut corners or do...
30 Years of God’s Faithfulness Nov 19, 2019 ⋅ by Del Wesley The story of Esperanza Health Center (EHC) is a story of God’s faithfulness, and Tenth Church has been a vital part of this story. Since 2001, Tenth has supported Esperanza for a total of $177,646. The mission of EHC is fulfilled in cooperation with the church and others—this is unchanged in over 30 years of service. No patient is turned away because of inability to pay, and thousan...
2019 Nominees Nov 6, 2019 ⋅ by 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 other, but special responsibilities for service are given to some specifically equipped for the task. 

This year, we have 26 nominees for your consideration, each of whom would be ele...
Of Mercy and Grace Nov 5, 2019 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker Born in the shadow of New York City, David Apple never knew life apart from urban America. As the grandson of Russian immigrants, he quickly learned as a child that life in Patterson, New Jersey, was not for the faint of heart. His high school days at Eastside High School proved to be a challenge from the start. Apple was a bookish sort of young man—always interested in reading and writin...
Justification Finds Its Footing Oct 15, 2019 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker Mention of the Protestant Reformation still evokes passion 502 years after Martin Luther nailed 95 statements to the church door in Wittenburg, Germany. Luther’s “theses,” as they are commonly known, begin with a call to an ongoing personal repentance in the life of every true Christian and end with a statement of assurance grounding believers in the knowledge that “thro...
In the Company of Lepers Oct 8, 2019 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker When Neil White reported to prison on May 3, 1993 after being convicted of bank fraud, he did not realize that Carville, Louisiana, not only housed a penal colony, but also the nation’s only remaining leper colony. Those suffering from Hansen’s disease (the formal name for leprosy) lived their lives in seclusion alongside prisoners—many of whom were convicted of white-collar c...

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