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Protected: Prayer Notes

Protected: Prayer Notes

"Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus." (Philippians 4:6-7) This...

O come, let us worship

O come, let us worship

  Grace Reformed Church of Reedsburg, WI invites you to worship the Lord in spirit, truth, and the beauty of holiness. Here are some details: Location - The service will be held at 148 N. Park St. in Reedsburg. Time - Worship begins promptly at 11:15 AM (most...

Psalter Hymnal Fund

Psalter Hymnal Fund

At our congregational meeting of January 7, 2018, we voted to purchase new song books. The Trinity Psalter Hymnal is a joint-project between our denomination and the United Reformed Churches of North America. This new book will include settings of all 150 Psalms and...

Sermons: Genesis 1

Sermons: Genesis 1

Here is a dirty little secret that many churches are keeping from their membership: They no longer believe in the historicity of the Book of Genesis. Even those which do (at least on paper), seem to lack the courage of conviction. When is the last time you heard a...

The Attributes of God

The Attributes of God

"GOD" - Everyone uses the term and there used to be a time when most people knew what it meant. Sadly, that time is long past. God wants us to know him and has graciously revealed himself to us through the holy scriptures that we might have hope. We invite you to join...

What is Presbyterianism?

What is Presbyterianism?

At the root of Presbyterianism is a view of the Word of God that controls its every expression. Presbyterianism unfolds from this central idea as a flower from a bud; it emanates as ripples from the splash of a stone tossed into a pond. This germ of Presbyterianism is...

Sermons: Revelation 12

Sermons: Revelation 12

"Silent night, Holy night, all was calm, all was bright."  Really? While the night of Jesus' birth was most certainly holy, it was by no means calm. Revelation 12 gives us a glimpse of what was happening "behind the scenes" in Bethlehem on the night Jesus was born and...

Marriage: Civil or Religious?

Marriage: Civil or Religious?

Question: I would like to know the origin of the Christian marriage. Is it required to be married by a pastor and what is the bible reference. Answer: Christian marriage is marriage after the pattern of the first couple—Adam and Eve (Gen. 2:21-25). That makes marriage...

The Athanasian Creed

The Athanasian Creed

The Athanasian Creed is one of the "Ecumenical Creeds" of Christendom (i.e., a statement of faith that has been universally accepted in all Western churches). It is much longer than the other two Ecumenical Creeds (i.e., The Apostles Creed and Nicene Creed), but that...

“You who fear the Lord, trust in the Lord; He is their help and their shield.” (Psalm 115:11)

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