Welcome to the homepage of Midlane Park Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.
We invite you to worship with us Sunday mornings at 11 AM. From our
you will note that our service is focused on being biblical and reverent when we enter into worship before God. We emphasize Christ-centered preaching, and we respond in worship through God-honoring music in the singing of psalms and hymns.
We are part of a denomination that is gospel-centered, Reformed, and confessional. We believe in biblical inerrancy, support worldwide and domestic missions, and contribute to the local community.
The ARP denomination is committed to strong pastoral leadership, prayer, and the growth of Christ’s church.
Please join us for worship this coming Lord’s Day!
If you have further interest or questions, use the contact form at right, directed to our pastor.
Antioch, Syria, was the starting point for three of Paul's missionary journeys. After his first and second, he also returned there to report the progress. The term Christian was first used at Antioch, and the church there was considered as the "mother church" of Gentile Christianity. It did not lose its importance until the Arab conquest restored Damascus to the chief city of Syria in the 7th century (biblestudytools.com). Of the final leg of the first journey, when Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch, the Scripture says, And when they were come, and had gathered the church together, they rehearsed all that God had done with them, and how he had opened the door of faith unto the Gentiles.
A FLICKR MOMENT:
The Flickr photo shows Antioch today, a town with only a few thousand citizens. James Crouchman on Flickr
Bible Quiz: Who were Barnabas and Paul mistaken for when they preached in Lystra? (click for answer)