Effective immediately, the Session of ROPC has suspended all corporate, in-person gatherings of the church until the end of March. This includes our Lord’s Day assemblies for worship, Sunday School, and midweek Bible classes, fellowship meetings, and small groups. We will be providing resources for private worship and encourage all households to set aside dedicated time on the next two Lord’s Day to worship our God through song, prayer, and the reading and contemplation of Scripture. I will be in contact with member households by phone to answer any questions you may have and to offer encouragement and prayer. Each of you will also be receiving a suggested order for family/private worship, including songs and readings and recorded teaching that you may access online. This will enable us to “worship together” by praying, singing, and meditating upon the same texts and themes, albeit asynchronously and distributively. (See the Full Letter)
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.