New Morning Sermon Series This past Lord's Day morning, Pastor Shaw began a new sermon series which will take us through the dark days of Joshua and Judges and will end with the promises in Ruth. Judges in particular is a bleak period of...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
What stood will stand, though all be fallen, The good return that time has stolen, Though creatures groan in misery, Their flesh prefigures liberty To end travail and bring to birth Their new perfection in new earth. At word of that...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Join us each Wed. night at 7:00 p.m. for a study of church history, from the time of the apostles up through the reformation, using a teaching series by John Gerstner. Pastor John Shaw will lead discussion following the video lesson.
We begin the video series "How Should We Then Live?" with Francis Schaeffer, about the rise and decline of Western thought and culture from a Christian perspective. The series is divided into twelve thirty-minute episodes: The Roman Age, The...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
We have finished our study of Reformed Theology and will be beginning a study on "The Bible and the Christian Life" with a video series by John Stott. Join us on June 6th for a time of learning and discussion Wednesday nights starting at 7:00 p.m....[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Come learn why so many Christians move towards reformed theology when they study the Bible carefully. We will view a DVD series by master-teacher, R. C. Sproul, explaining the basic distinctives of reformed/covenant theology followed by a question...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
John Shaw studied politics and economics at Geneva College and then pursued a successful career in politics and government before attending Reformed...
Come join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 for a class on the Psalms, followed by the morning service at 11:45. Our new evening service time is 6:00 where John Shaw begins a new sermon series on "The Church."
We will be celebrating our first Lord's Supper at Mission Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on Sunday evening, July 31, 2005. Professing Christians who fully trust in the Lord Jesus Christ and who have examined themselves may...[ abbreviated | read entire ]