Good Shepherd Reformed Bible Study Launches in Richmond Near Katy

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Richmond, Texas — The Good Shepherd Bible Study joins a limited number of Reformed bible studies and churches in the Greater Houston area. Meeting every Sunday evening in a private home in Richmond, the study anticipates becoming a new church in time, planted by the OPC (Orthodox Presbyterian Church) Bible believing denomination. The study is said to offer “a place for purpose in life, growth, sharing life, and finding hope.”

A Place For Growth

The Good Shepherd Bible Study holds faithful to the Biblical concept that God is one God in three persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and that God has shown us truth and love in His Son, Jesus Christ. “At The Good Shepherd Study we seek to apply God’s Word to every area of life.”

A Place For Sharing Life

The Good Shepherd Bible Study welcomes children of all ages, and provides childcare for little ones, infants, and toddlers. “Being able to care for each other’s children is one of the ways we take great joy in serving and caring.”

A Place For Hope

The study leaders also hold to the Biblical truth that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. “He is our Living Hope. Jesus alone offers forgiveness and peace. At The Good Shepherd Study, we know that Jesus is our Good Shepherd who cares for us, his sheep.”

You’re Invited!

  • Sunday Evenings, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
  • Enjoy friendship and food
  • Childcare is provided
  • Growth in God’s Word, the Bible

Contact: Rev. Mark Sumpter
Regional Home Missionary
Presbytery of the Southwest (OPC)
541-450-1982
Email

www.SouthWestHoustonReformed.org

www.Facebook.com/SHReformed

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