Great! The sermon is experimental style...yes like the Puritans.
The Gospel is always offered as well. Odd thing to say about a sermon,
but as is the case with most Churches today, you don't hear the Gospel,
you hear moralism.
The service starts at 2 pm then we have a meal in between and then
worship again at 6pm. If you need further info you can email me
privately at PuritanPresbyterian AT gmail.com
Look forward to meet you.
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> Thanks! I shall definitely visit some time soon. What style of sermon
is preached -- the old, logical style beloved of the Puritans?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
"PuritanoPresbiterinao" puritanpresbyterian@ wrote:
> > Yes, we are close to 4th Presbie. Our congregation is part of the
Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) and is a bulwark of the historic
Presbyterian tradition. We have a very simple worship service. Prayer,
A Capella Psalm singing (using the 1650 Psalter), Scripture reading, and
the preached word. We have the Lord's Supper every quarter (coming in
January). We employ the old 15th/16th Century reformed method in accord
to the Word of God: Fermented wine is served; we all sit at a common
table (no pew communion); drink from a common cup (no little cups). Open
to professed Christians after an interview with the Pastor (Rev. Sherman
Isbell in our case).
> > Come, you will see the HUGE difference between the PCA and our
> > In Christ,
> > Edgar Ibarra
> > --- In email@example.com,
christabella.warren <no_reply@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Edgar:--
> > > Is your church very close to Fourth Presbyterian Church? That's
the congregation that I am with now, but I would be interested in
visiting yours to see if it was even more in the Reformed tradition.
> > >