Immanuel Presbyterian Chapel (RPCNA) – Dayton, Tennessee

Courthouse in Dayton, TN (photo source: Wikipedia).

Immanuel Presbyterian Chapel has recently become a work of the RPCNA.  Dayton, TN is a small town about 40 miles NE of Chattanooga.  It is also well known as the site of the famous Scopes Trial.  Just as a faithful witness was needed in 1925, so it is important today.  Let us ask God to bless this congregation that, among other things, desires to practice true Biblical worship.

Map: Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America

Map: Exclusive Psalmody Churches (North America)

Nashua Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Western Pennsylvania

I have added a listing for Nashua Orthodox Presbyterian Church, which meets in Pulaski Township, Pennsylvania.  Pulaski Township is near the Ohio/Pennsylvania border and is about an hour’s drive NNW of Pittsburgh.  This brings the count to six OPC congregations that are known practice exclusive psalmody.

Map: Orthodox Presbyterian Church – exclusive psalmody congregations

Map: Exclusive Psalmody Churches (North America)

Meeting place of Nashua OPC congregation (photo source: http://www.nashuaopc.org).

Liberty & Grace Reformed Church (Culpeper, VA)

I have made a change to reflect the current meeting location of Liberty & Grace Reformed Church.  The congregation is now meeting in Culpeper, Virginia.

Map: Independent Exclusive Psalmody Churches

Map: Exclusive Psalmody Churches (North America)

Tri-Lakes Reformed Church in Colorado

Tri-Lakes Reformed Church is a daughter church of Springs Reformed Church.  Located in Monument, Colorado, this work is roughly half-way between Castle Rock and Colorado Springs, just a little North of the Air Force Academy.  It is good to see church plants happen in this way, where an established church plants another work that is fairly close, in this case only 20 miles up the road from Colorado Springs.  This has also been done in locations such as Indianapolis and Pittsburgh.

Map: Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America

Map: Exclusive Psalmody Churches (North America)

Welcome sign in Monument, Colorado (photo source: Wikipedia).

Welcome sign in Monument, Colorado (photo source: Wikipedia).

Casper Reformed Presbyterian Fellowship in Wyoming

For the next few posts, I will be writing on a few newer works in the RPCNA that have not yet been listed.  Some of you already know this news, but it is important that it is represented on this website as well.  Casper RP Fellowship is the second work in Wyoming.  This location forms the Northern end of a string of Psalm-singing churches that stretches South along the edge of the mountains, all the way to Colorado Springs.  Casper is the second largest city in Wyoming, after Cheyenne.  Please pray that this ministry would be blessed!

Map: Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America

Map: Exclusive Psalmody Churches (North America)

Casper, Wyoming (photo source: Wikipedia).

Casper, Wyoming (photo source: Wikipedia).

Brand new website for Santa Fe, TX Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland

The FPCS congregation in Santa Fe, Texas now has a nice looking website, which I am sure will be added to as time passes.  There are not too many church websites yet in this denomination, so it is great that the Texas congregation now has a web presence!  These folks are providing a great witness in the area, being located roughly between Houston and Galveston, TX.

Map: Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland

Map: Exclusive Psalmody Churches (North America)

The new website for Santa Fe FPCS.

The new website for Santa Fe FPCS.

New meeting location for Presbyterian Reformed Church in Jasper, Indiana

The PRC congregation in Jasper, IN now has a new meeting location: 1330 3rd Avenue.  God has been faithful to this congregation.  Please pray for this work, and give thanks for recent visitors.  There are two PRC congregations in Indiana.  You can visit my map to see the up-to-date location.