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7220 Highway A12, Montague, CA 96064 U.S.A.

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Visiting Our Church

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Our Church Officers

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Pastor: Rev. Nollie Malabuyo Email: dvopilgrim@gmail.com Associate Minister, Trinity United Reformed Church, Visalia, CA, 2008-Present M.Div., Westminster Seminary in California, 2005 B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of the Philippines, 1973 Missionary, Wycliffe Bible Translators, 1993-2008 Steering Committee: Ken Joling, Chairman Secretary: Jeanette Kinkade Email: kinkadejeanette@gmail.com

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Our Story

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Where We Meet

7220 County Highway A12 Montague, California 96064 Tel. No.: (530) 598-7584 Directions: Northbound: From I-5, take US-97 N (Weed Blvd), and follow for 4.7 miles. Turn left onto Big Springs Road, and drive 11.6 miles. Turn left onto County Highway A12 (99-97 Cutoff), and drive 0.4 miles. The church is on the left. Southbound: From […]

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What We Believe

The great ancient ecumenical creeds – Apostles’ Creed, Nicene Creed, Athanasian Creed, Definition of Chalcedon – are excellent statements of faith regarding the Holy Trinity, Christ, and the essential Christian Gospel. We confess and believe all that is taught in the Old and New Testaments, the inspired, inerrant, infallible, sufficient and authoritative word of God. […]

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“What is the Reformed Faith?”

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By Dr. Michael S. Horton © 1993 Modern Reformation Magazine How do I go to God?”, someone asked the Scottish Presbyterian, Horatius Bonar. The parson answered, “It is with our sins that we go to God, for we have nothing else that we can truly call our own.” Much like Lutheranism, the Reformed tradition was […]

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“What is a Reformed Church?”

© 2008 by Daniel R. Hyde. All rights reserved A Reformed church is Christian, Protestant, Confessional, not Catholic, not “dead, traditional, or ritualistic.” We believe that sinful humans are saved by grace alone, from eternity past to eternity future, and that we experience this grace of God as the Holy Spirit uses certain means that […]

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A Brief Walk-Through Our Worship Liturgy

Because of Christ’s work in offering himself as a sacrifice to cleanse us of our sin, we are fit to enter the heavenly Holy of Holies to worship the Triune God. “Your worship service looks and feels like Roman Catholic.” This is a typical comment heard from first-time visitors to our church. Our worship service […]

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Our Typical Lord’s Day Liturgy

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§ * All those who are able, please stand. Coming Into His Presence Welcome and Announcements * Call to Worship: Psalm 95:1-7a * Opening Prayer * Invocation (Psalm 124:8) and God’s Greeting (1 Peter 1:1-2) Service of Reconciliation Reading of God’s Will for His People: 1 Peter 3:8-17 Prayer of Confession Promise of Forgiveness: Psalm 34:8-9 Hymn of […]

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Why is Our Worship So Serious?

© 2004, 2008 by Daniel R. Hyde. Originally published as “Why is Reformed Worship so Serious?” in The Journal of the Church Music National Conference (Winter 2004): 3–6. Here in San Diego county we have a weekly magazine called The San Diego Reader. It is a magazine primarily concerned with the cultural scene in the […]

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