Lord's Day Worship at 10am & 5pm. The sanctuary maintains modified social distancing with reduced front-to-back spacing, while maintaining three center aisles and household groups of four to six chairs per unit. The overflow room accommodates those who prefer a full six feet of social distancing. We will continue to live-stream the service for those who are unable to return to worship at this time
Wednesday evening Bible study at 6pm. We invite all who are able to attend a live class on Wednesday evenings, which will also be live-streamed and recorded for later viewing by those who cannot attend.
Your participation is appreciated
We will ask you to continue wearing a face covering as you enter and exit the church building, while visiting before and after the service with your brethren, when using the restroom, and when coming to the front to receive the bread and wine for communion. You may continue to remove your face covering while at your seat during the worship services.
We will ask you to continue refraining from handshakes and hugs while in the church building, in respect to the conscience and wellbeing of those that have concerns about infection and risks to their health.
What Is Reformation OPC?
Reformation Orthodox Presbyterian Church is a conservative, Reformed, confessional church meeting in Mesa, AZ. Our church was received as a particular congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) in October 2016 and is a member of the Presbytery of Southern California. We are Reformed in doctrine, liturgical in worship, and Presbyterian in governance.
Who Are We?
We are a generationally diverse group of young and old, single and married, couples and families, widows and widowers, mature believers and new converts. We come from a variety of backgrounds and many different religious traditions, but we are united by God’s work of grace in seeking us and bringing us to himself. We share a common faith in Jesus Christ, a common confession that we are sinners saved only by the grace of God who trust in Christ alone for our salvation, and a common commitment to hear, believe, and obey God’s Word, the Bible.
What Is the OPC?
The OPC was founded in 1936 when faithful ministers and elders objected to theological liberalism in the mainline Presbyterian Church. Since that time the OPC has been steadfastly committed to the authority of Scripture, to the purity of the gospel, and to the faithful ministry of the Word and sacraments. You can learn more about the Orthodox Presbyterian Church at opc.org.
Where We Meet
We meet for worship and Bible study at 11556 East University Dr. Apache Junction, AZ 85120
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Worship Services Have Resumed
Sunday School: Suspended
Worship Service: 10:00AM