Church membership is one of the more important aspects of maintaining and protecting a healthy Christian life. There are no lone ranger Christians … at least not healthy and surviving ones.
Acts 2:41 ‘So the people who received his word were baptized, and there were added that day about three thousand souls.’
American Christianity has devolved into generating the commodity of personalized worship experiences. You enter a theater complex to perform and be pleased, but you are entirely free from any engrafting into the community. There are no commitments in either direction; you to them, or them to you.
Is this biblical and what God wants? Is this what our souls need for the pilgrim life? At Covenant Reformed, we believe this gospel-lite, community-lite, approach to Christ and his body will only offer a cotton candy gospel. It will tickle your tastebuds, but it will not endure, and you will desperately long for substance during the varied seasons of life.
At Covenant Reformed, we want to be a biblical community modeled on the normative and prescriptive practices of God’s word. Yes, we think the Bible is still relevant and authoritative. Therefore, we believe in and practice church membership because Christ died to save sinners and to unite a community to receive his grace, help, and protection (Eph 2:19–22).
Being a Christian is more than being a pew-slider. There is more for you in Christ and his body than merely slipping in, grabbing a bulletin, and sliding out. So, come and join Covenant Reformed to partake of a biblically guided community seeking to know and enjoy Christ.