The Lord's Day - I was glad when they said to me, Let us go into the house of the Lord. (Psalm 122:1)
Morning Worship - 10:30 AM. It is both our privilege and duty that on the Lord's Day, the Christian Sabbath, the saints gather together for corporate worship. We worship the Triune God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - and are strengthened by the ordinary means of grace in being attentive to the reading and preaching of God's Word, going before the Throne of Grace in prayer, singing Psalms, partaking of the sacraments and receiving God's benediction (blessing). The Lord's Supper is observed each Lord's Day. The Lord's Table is open to (1) members of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America in good standing, (2) as well as visitors who have been interviewed by the session. Please arrive before 10:15 AM if you desire to be interviewed by the Session for admission to the Lord's Table. Visitors who either are not members of the RPCNA or who have not been admitted by the elders to the Lord's Table are asked to refrain from the Lord's Supper. To learn more on our denomination's practice of fencing the Table (commonly called Session-Controlled Communion), please see This Pamphlet. Currently, the alternating preaching series are through the books of Psalms and 1 Thessalonians.
Fellowship Meal - 12:15 PM. Following our morning worship, we have a time of fellowship and eating together (where families bring food to share with one another) around the table, that we might encourage one another in the Lord.
Afternoon Bible Study & Prayer Meeting - 1:30 PM. Following our time of fellowship, we continue to call the Sabbath a delight together in being attentive to the means of grace by holding a time of in-depth Bible Study, extended congregational prayer and the singing of Psalms. Currently, we are going alternating series through Exodus and the Ten Commandments. Following the afternoon service, many of us will continue fellowship in our homes or in acts of mercy.
Wednesday - Pray without ceasing. (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting - 7:00 PM. Our mid-week meeting consists of singing the Psalms; followed by Bible Study; and then a time of corporate prayer, during which we gather before God's throne of grace bringing before Him our praise and petitions.
Finding Our Meeting Place
Services are held at: 1316 Watts Street
Durham, NC 27701
We are located northwest of downtown Durham, near the Duke East Campus and can be easily reached from I-85, as well as from NC-147. Our building is handicap accessible.