We are a Reformed and reforming church holding to the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith, characterized by a high view of Scripture with Christ-centered expository preaching and biblical counseling, serious commitment to the local church and strong families. Please come visit us!
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Our adherence to the regulative principle has simplified our church organization and service. Our constitution provides for a plurality and parity of elders (pastors) and deacons. At this time, God has given us one pastor and five deacons. We have a high view of covenantal church membership and discipline. Our congregation of about 50 attending and about 30 members is enjoying strong unity and spiritual intimacy. We are an adult-oriented church, not program-oriented. We love children and do provide a nursery for those under four. We believe each child's parents are primarily responsible for his rearing, including the nurture of his soul. Our public worship services are carefully planned in each element and consist of public Scripture readings with brief expositions, prayers of invocation, confession, illumination, petition, and thanksgiving, intelligent congregational hymn-singing, expository preaching, giving, the ordinances of baptism (as we have opportunity) and the Lord‚Äôs Supper (weekly). We maintain a Bible study hour for all ages led by our pastor instead of an age-segregated Sunday school.
We emphasize Bible teaching and preaching. Sermons are Christ-centered, simultaneously aimed at edification and evangelism, always seeking God's glory above all. Our preaching is Christ-centered, expository, theological, applicatory, and substantial, typically about 45 minutes and full of matter. Audio recordings are available on cassette and digital CD. We offer an assistive listening system to our hearing-impaired congregants.
9:30 a.m. Bible Study Hour
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service
Wed 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting (possibly online, call to confirm)
From Route 95 in NH
Take Exit 2 (Route 101 W) toward Manchester
Pass through toll booth ($0.75), bear right onto 101 West
Follow 101 W for 6.2 miles
Take Exit 9 (Route 27) toward Exeter
After turning left at top of exit ramp, go 1.3 miles
Turn right onto Route 111A (Brentwood Road)
Go 0.3 miles and take second right (Little River Road)
We are at the end of the road
Primary Speaker: D. Scott MeadowsPastor D. Scott Meadows has been an elder at the Calvary Baptist Church (Reformed) of Exeter, New Hampshire, since 1991. Pastor Meadows holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and a master's degree in Christian theology. He left his engineering... | more..