Families are encouraged to arrive at 10:00 am.
Service begins at 10:30 am.
Fellowship meal after conclusion of service.
4372 Casa Brazilia Dr
St Louis, MO 63129
We are located in the Brazilia Plaza Building – at the corner of Kinswood Lane and Forder Road.
We welcome you to our website in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our goal at Reformation Christian Assembly is to glorify and worship our true, living and holy Triune Lord.
- We desire to present Christ-centered preaching and teaching based upon the Scriptures which is the infallible Word of God.
- The purpose of the church is to glorify God by submitting to His Word; therefore we seek to build up the saints through the doctrinal preaching of the whole counsel of God.
- We believe that God’s sovereign grace alone saves us as sinners therefore our righteousness is found in Christ alone.
- We believe that Scripture shows us that we should worship as families so we encourage family members to sit together as families for the worship of our Lord.
Text: John 1:14-18
#3 in John Series
This week as Andrew Esping continues in the book of John, verses 14-18 of John’s prologue we will continue to focus upon the fullness of time. John’s prerogative here is to draw our attention to the significance surrounding Jesus’s entrance into humanity, His entrance into a fallen realm. Specifically, we will examine how John continues to highlight the humility of John the Baptist and how Jesus continues to serve in His role as the One who makes the Godhead known to mankind. John 1:14-18
Text: Luke 22:1-6
#87 in Luke Series
In Luke chapter 22 we are presented with a conspiracy that was formed against Jesus by Satan, Judas Iscariot, and the leaders in Jerusalem. This begins Luke’s account of what many Christians call the “passion narrative” in which Jesus makes His way to the cross. This Sunday Mr. Ford’s sermon will address the plot to betray Jesus by one of His own disciples, and how God used that act of treachery in His plan to save us from our treason against Him. Luke 22:1-6
Text: Timothy 2:1-7
#6 in I Timothy Series
Chapters two and three of 1 Timothy have been deemed by many as a manual on church order. It’s important for us to see these guidelines in the historical context in which the Apostle Paul was living. These guidelines are not cultural but eternal and were written so that Christians would know “how to conduct themselves in the household of God.”
In his sermon, Mr Martin looks at verses 1-2 of chapter 2 – a call to prayer and we will look at the different kinds of prayer Paul mentions, and the impact that praying for the salvation of others can have on a culture. I Timothy 2:1-7
Text: Hosea 13:1-16
#15 in Hosea Series
The life of a Christian is a life of faithfulness to our Triune God – we are to know no God but Him. When we forget God, we start to backslide into sin – which opens the door to follow after idols and other “gods.” We then end up sinning more and more. Our God is a jealous God. Therefore, He will judge His people and discipline them when they fall into sin. He will bring us back to Himself. Our help is from the LORD. There is no Savior besides Him. Hosea 13:1-16
Text: I Peter 1:1-3
#1 in I Peter Series
The book of I Peter preaches what the Gospel alone can produce in a human soul: a life-giving and life-transforming hope. A “living hope” so alive that life circumstances – and even death itself – cannot kill it. The beacon of our eternal hope shines before us, and its light not only guides our way, but also challenges us in the way we see ourselves, how we view the world, and in how we live our lives at every level of human interaction on this side of eternity.
Before we dive in, we’ll set the context for the rest of the book by looking at the “envelope” of Peter’s letter. We will also look at how each member of the Trinity works together for our salvation, with the hope that our grace and peace would be multiplied to us. We conclude with practically applying this salvation – and the hope that it produces – to our lives. I Peter 1:1-3
Text: John 1:6-13
#2 in John Series
In Andrew Esping’s previous sermon on John’s prologue, we considered who Jesus is. Namely, that He is an equal member of the Trinity and is the Person by which God makes Himself known to humanity. He is the “The Word/Divine Communicator.” Now that we have established “who” Jesus is, we will contemplate “what” Jesus does in His role as “The Word/Divine Communicator” that directly impacts us as sinful humans. John 1:6-13
“The City of God” by St. Augustine
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 – 6:30pm
Men’s Study: Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, February 7, at 6:30 pm. As we continue in our study on knowing Christ in the book “Ichthus” please read chapter seven: “The Tomb – Resurrection” (pages 105-128) in preparation.
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