In 2013, Christ United Reformed Church in Santee, CA, welcomed Mihai and Lidia Corcea, a young couple who had traveled from Romania for Mihai to study at Westminster Seminary California. During 2016, Mihai graduated on May 28, sustained his candidacy exam by Classis SWUS on July 19, and was ordained on July 24. The … Continue reading Church plant takes root in Romania
When NAPARC (North American Presbyterian Reformed Council) met from November 11-13, 2014, new practices streamlined reporting and increased interaction. According to NAPARC Secretary Ron Potter, recent changes to the organization’s constitution and by-laws affected the November meeting in a positive way. Each member church prepared a standard form that included current statistics, significant actions, and … Continue reading By-law changes implemented at NAPARC
A United Reformed Church is being planted in Somerset County, Maryland, where American Presbyterianism first took root. Somerset Reformed Fellowship meets in Princess Anne, MD, under the supervision of Pompton Plains (NJ) Reformed Bible Church. Although the group hopes to soon lease Grace Episcopal Church, most recent meetings have been in Manokin Presbyterian Church—one of … Continue reading Somerset Reformed Fellowship: New shoot from deep root
The biblical concept of meekness is one I often try to define in my speaking and writing. Kevin De Young nails it in his DeYoung, Restless, and Reformed post today at the Gospel Coalition site.