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Christ The King Presbyterian Church (OPC), LONGVIEW, Texas

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Address: 5648 Hwy 300
LONGVIEW, Texas  75604  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 30
Number of People Being Served: 500
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Mission Statement


1. To offer God biblical worship that is both reverent and joyful. 2. To make known by word and deed that salvation is found only in Jesus Christ. 3. To build up one another in the faith through mutual love, prayer, and service. 4. To provide faithful pastoral care for each member of our church family. 5. To promote the serious study and practical application of the Bible. 6. To assist parents in raising children who love and obey God. 7. To establish new churches that are faithful to the gospel of Jesus Christ. 8. To make disciples of all nations by supporting and equipping the existing church and by sending missionaries to proclaim the gospel.

Description


Evangelical and Reformed Church committed to the authority of the Bible, making disciples of all nations, reaching the lost, and loving one another as we have been loved.

Evangelical and Reformed Church committed to the authority of the Bible, making disciples of all nations, reaching the lost, and loving one another as we have been loved.

Mission Statement: 1. To offer God biblical worship that is both reverent and joyful. 2. To make known by word and deed that salvation is found only in Jesus Christ. 3. To build up one another in the faith through mutual love, prayer, and service. 4. To provide faithful pastoral care for each member of our church family. 5. To promote the serious study and practical application of the Bible. 6. To assist parents in raising children who love and obey God. 7. To establish new churches that are faithful to the gospel of Jesus Christ. 8. To make disciples of all nations by supporting and equipping the existing church and by sending missionaries to proclaim the gospel.

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Program Type:


Housing Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No