Grace & Truth

Reformed Presbyterian Church

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Planting a church in the Shenandoah Valley.

Order of WorshipSermons

Sunday School – 10:00 am
Worship Service – 11:00 am

Good Shepherd School
342 Neff Avenue
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801

Psalm Meditation

On the first Lord’s Day of every month we hear a meditation on our psalm of the month. These meditations help us to understand the “songs” that God has given us to sing in His Word. We especially focus on the work and ministry of Christ in the Psalms.

Meet Our Pastor

The Lord's Supper

Here at Grace & Truth we celebrate the Lord’s Supper quarterly (typically in the months of January, April, July, and October) during our Lord’s Day afternoon worship service after a fellowship meal.

JOHN 1:17 “…GRACE AND TRUTH CAME THROUGH JESUS CHRIST.“

Welcome!

We welcome you in the name of Jesus Christ to the Grace & Truth website. We are glad that you found us and hope that this site may be of some benefit to you as you seek to faithfully follow Christ and grow in your knowledge of Him.

Grace & Truth is a congregation of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America. We are fully committed to the principles and doctrines of the Reformation as they are stated and expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith and Larger and Shorter Catechisms. As a congregation of the visible church of Christ on earth we hope to be the salt and light that God has called us to be in the community of Harrisonburg, VA. We would be honored to have you join one of our services!

If you have questions about the Christian faith in general or questions about our church in particular, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you so much for taking time to visit!

Prayer Meetings

  

Bible Study

 

Psalm Singing

  

Westminster Confession

 

If it be inquired, then, by what things chiefly the Christian religion has a standard existence amongst us, and maintains its truth, it will be found that the following two not only occupy the principal place, but comprehend under them all other parts, consequently the whole substance of Christianity, viz., a knowledge, first, of the mode in which God is duly worshiped; and, secondly, of the source from which salvation is to be obtained. When these are kept out of view, though we may glory in the name of Christians, our profession is empty and vain.

– John Calvin