Ordinary Sunday Schedule
10:30 AM – Public Worship (w/communion)
12:00 M – Fellowship Luncheon (bring a lunch)
12:30 PM – Singing & Congregational Prayer
1:00 PM – Video Curriculum on the Puritans
We are a community of conservative Christians who worship God in the spirit, rejoice in Christ Jesus, and have no confidence in the flesh. Our doctrine is Reformed, our form of government is presbyterian, our delight is in the Law of the Lord, and if you don’t understand what all that means, that’s OK because there’s always time to learn…
You must have questions. Good. We have a few of our own…
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Building relationships is just as important as embracing sound doctrine…
Visiting a new church can be intimidating, but it shouldn’t be. We want you to know exactly what to expect…
The Holy Bible is God’s Word. Nowhere else will you find answers to life’s many questions. Why don’t you start reading it right now?
Good. We love kids. In fact, our church has a unique persepctive when it comes to children…
Something to Ponder
We believe in God, not chance.
This browsing session is no accident. God led you here with good reason. Maybe you need us. On the other hand, maybe we need you. Either way, we thank God for his providence in causing our paths to cross today and trust he will make known his purpose in due time.
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Need a ride to church?
Attending worship each week is essential to your spiritual well being. If you want to come but don’t have transportation, we can help:
1. Call Reedsburg Cab @ 768-1144
2. Plan to arrive by 10:20 AM
3. Our deacons will pay the fare
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Earthly kingdoms come and go, but God’s kingdom is forever. The prophecy of Daniel not only proves this, but it also provides practical advice to...
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God commands us Christians to pray without ceasing (1 Thess. 5:17). How do we do this? By always thinking prayerfully; not only when we are kneeling in some secret place of prayer, but also when we are out in the world engaged in business, or at the university studying science, or in a theological seminary working at New Testament textual criticism. Wherever we are and whatever we are doing, our thinking must always be prayerful.
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