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The Coming Lord's Day in Worship
Pastor Brian Hart will continue his series on the Gospel of John in a sermon titled "A Choice?" based on John 5:1-9.
Scripture Memory - John 5:24:
Truly, truly I say to you, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life.
How to Find Us
Reformed Baptist Church of Pittsburgh meets every Lord's Day at
908 Ann St., Homestead, PA 15120.
Please note that we are located within the Homestead United Presbyterian Church building at the corner of 9th & Ann Streets. Our separate entrance is at the rear of the building on Ann Street where you see our sign as in the photo to the right. On entering, follow the sign to the second floor.
Parking is available on local streets, and some parking is available in the Verizon parking lot on the opposite corner of 9th & Ann. Please do not use the Homestead Presbyterian Church lot on 9th Avenue or any neighboring church parking lots.
What is a "Reformed Baptist Church?"
Christian in Faith.
We believe in one Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. One God, who created mankind in His own image and planned for our salvation from sin and death from all eternity. We believe in the virgin birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. We believe in His death and resurrection and affirm that He is seated at the right hand of God the Father and rules and reigns over all. We believe in the one Gospel of Jesus Christ as revealed in God's Holy Word.
Reformed in Understanding.
By "Reformed" we mean that we believe that the Bible is the only rule for faith and life. In the 16th and 17th centuries, men of faith who believed this simple truth sought to reform the Roman church. This group, collectively known as Protestants, formed churches teaching five doctrines that became known as the "Doctrines of Grace." We affirm all of these essential teachings of Christian faith and for this reason identify with the Reformers calling ourselves "Reformed."
Baptist in Practice.
The Bible teaches that Christian baptism is a sign that a believer has undergone death, burial, and resurrection in Jesus Christ. This is symbolized by total immersion in water at the time the believer makes a personal confession of faith, shows evidence of regeneration by the Holy Spirit, and accepts the Lordship of Jesus Christ. For this reason we join with all those believers who call themselves "Baptists."
Partnering in Baptist Theological Education
RBCP is committed to theological education in western Pennsylvania through the work of the Baptist Institute of Pittsburgh. Learn more by visiting the Institute's website.