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We would be thankful to hear from you.
We also invite you to gather with us to worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, each Sunday.
*New City Catechism
*Advice on Hearing Sermons - John Newton
*Marks of a Faithful Church Member - Joel Beeke
*Study: Christian Basics
Why We Need Jesus Christ
"...in respect of our ignorance, we stand in need of [Christ as our Prophet];
in respect of our alienation from God, and imperfection of the best of our services, we need [Christ as our Priest] to reconcile us and present us acceptable unto God;
in respect to our adverseness and utter inability to return to God, and for our rescue and security from our spiritual adversaries, we need [Christ as our King] to convince, subdue, draw, uphold, deliver, and preserve us to his heavenly kingdom." (London Confession 8:10)
What is the Gospel?
"The gospel of Christ in general is this: It is the good tidings that God has revealed concerning Christ.
More largely it is this: As all mankind was lost in Adam and became the children of wrath, put under the sentence of death, God, though He left His fallen angels and has reserved them in the chains of eternal darkness, yet He has thought upon the children of men and has provided a way of atonement to reconcile them to Himself again... Namely, the second person of the Trinity has taken man's nature upon Himself, and become the Head of a second covenant, standing charged with sin. He answered for [sin] by suffering what the law and divine justice required, and by making satisfaction by keeping the law perfectly, which satisfaction and righteousness He tenders up to the Father as a sweet savor of rest for the souls that are given to Him...
And now this mediation of Christ is, by the appointment of the Father, preached to the children of men, of whatever nation or rank, freely offering this atonement unto sinners for atonement, requiring them to believe in Him and, upon believing, promising not only a discharge of all their former sins, but that they shall not enter into condemnation, that none of their sins or unworthiness shall ever hinder the peace of God with them, but that they shall through Him be received into the number of those who shall have the image of God again to be renewed unto them, and they they shall be kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation." (Jeremiah Burroughs)
The Priorities of Church Ministry
"...the key things that the church can do in order to help people know God and grow in their knowledge of God are: First, emphasize the public reading and preaching of the Word; second, emphasize the confirming, sanctifying and assuring efficacy of the sacraments, publicly administered; and third, emphasize a life of prayer, especially expressed corporately in the church. (Ligon Duncan)
Lord's Day Worship Services
10:00 am and 6:30 pm
We meet at
26 Agassiz Dr
Winnipeg Mennonite Elementary School
(off Pembina Highway, onto University Crescentside, left onto Wedgewood, right onto Agassiz, side entrance.)
"By this faith a Christian believes to be true whatsoever is revealed in the Word for the authority of God himself, and also apprehends an excellency therein above all other writings and all things in the world, as it bears forth the glory of God in his attributes, the excellency of Christ in his nature and offices, and the power and fullness of the Holy Spirit in his workings and operations: and so is enabled to cast his soul upon the truth thus believed; and also acts differently upon that which each particular passage thereof contains; yielding obedience to the commands, trembling at the warnings, and embracing the promises of God for this life and that which is to come; but the principal acts of saving faith have immediate relation to Christ, accepting, receiving, and resting upon him alone for justification, sanctification, and eternal life, by virtue of the covenant of grace."
(London Confession 14:2)
Repentance Unto Life
"Repentance is an evangelical grace [i.e.: produced by the gospel], whereby a person, being by the Holy Spirit made sensible of the manifold evils of his sin, does, by faith in Christ, humble himself for it with godly sorrow, detestation of it, and self-abhorrency, praying for pardon and strength of grace, with a purpose and endeavour, by supplies of the Spirit, to walk before God unto all well-pleasing in all things."
(London Confession 15:3)