What We Believe
The Orthodox Presbyterian Church believes that the Bible is the authoritative Word of God, the only infallible rule for our faith and conduct. At the Rio Rancho congregation you will find that the Bible alone gives us the correct knowledge of who God is and how we may please him. The Bible teaches that God the Father gave up his Son Jesus Christ to death on the cross to pay the penalty for the sins of his people. We want to share with you the joy that comes from a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ.
Every Sunday we meet for worship at 11:00am.
We use piano accompaniment with traditional hymns from the Trinity Hymnal and some modern hymns. We strive to respond to God’s call for worship with reverence, joy, and simplicity.
During the school year (September – May) we have Sunday School at 10:00 am with the exception of the first Sunday when we have our Hymn Sing. Our adult class is currently exploring what Reformed Theology is. Our children also meet for Sunday School at the same time.
Next Sunday's Schedule
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In the Bible, Christians are connected to a community of believers in the Lord Jesus who love God and His Word, pray and worship together regularly, eat together frequently, take care to watch over each other’s needs and together demonstrate the love of Christ to the unbelieving world.
When God saves us by His grace, He also adds us to the church, His people, the body of Christ. The church, then is not something additional or optional. It is at the very heart of God’s purposes. Jesus came to create a people who would model what it means to live under His love and rule.
If you are interested in learning more about church membership in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, please see one of the elders.