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PC(USA) Book of Order

Churches of reformed tradition celebrate two sacraments: Baptism and Communion (Lord's Supper.) We affirm these 2 sacraments ordained by God and instituted by the Lord Jesus Christ

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) recognizes all Baptisms administered by other Christian churches.

Our Congregation is part of the Presbyterian Church (USA.) Our identity is a secure hope in the grace of God in Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit empowers us to live a of gratitude.

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Baptism enacts and seals what the Word proclaims: God’s redeeming grace offered to all people. Baptism is God’s gift of grace and also God’s summons to respond to that grace. Baptism calls to repentance, to faithfulness, and to discipleship. Baptism gives the church its identity and commissions the church for ministry to the world.

Baptism is a corporate or communal event in the Reformed tradition—not a private occasion or family affair but one that is witnessed and celebrated by the whole church in the presence of God. In Baptism we are incorporated into the body of Christ, becoming members of Christ and of his church throughout the world. Therefore, the local congregation has a vital part to play in extending the love and welcome of Christ to the newly baptized. The Christian congregation continues to nurture those who are baptized throughout the lifelong journey of faith, always reminding them of God’s promises and holding them accountable to their own commitments to live as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.



All the baptized faithful or those who are being instructed in the ways of faith, are welcomed to the Table, and none shall be excluded because of race, sex, age, economic status, social class, handicapping condition, difference of culture or language, or any barrier created by human injustice.

Communion takes place the 1st Sunday of the month and is practiced in 2 different ways (alternating months):

1. Where individuals come up to receive.

2. Passing of the plates in the pews.

For those who are not able to receive at the front, passing of the plates is always available during communion. 

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