What Type of Church is Meadowview Reformed Presbyterian Church?
Meadowview Reformed Presbyterian Church is a congregation of Reformed believers which seeks to glorify God and make Christ known. We are a member Church in the PCA (Presbyterian Church in America). The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in America, which is subject to and subordinate to the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, the inerrant Word Of God, consists of its doctrinal standards set forth in the Westminster Confession of Faith, together with the Larger and Shorter Catechisms, and the Book of Church Order, comprising the Form of Government, the Rules of Discipline and the Directory for Worship; all as adopted by the Church.
WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE SERVICES?
Sunday morning services start at 10:30 AM.
Youth Bible Hour meets at 9:15 AM.
Adult Bible Hour Classes meet in the Adult Wing from 9-10 AM.
Beginning June 20, 2021, we will have Children’s Bible Hour from 9:00 – 10:00AM.
Meadowview Reformed Presbyterian Church meets at One Grace Way Drive, Lexington, NC 27295.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
We encourage people to come as they are and dress in what feels most comfortable. You’ll see people wearing everything from nice jeans and nice shirts to suits.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I ARRIVE?
When you are arrive on our campus follow the drive to the middle front of the Worship Center. There are visitor parking spots in the circular drive for your convenience. Walk up to the Worship Center. There will be someone there to open the glass doors for you and to answer any questions. Once in the Narthex (the entrance way to the church), you’ll receive a bulletin/worship program. As you enter the Sanctuary there will be ushers to help you find a seat or you can seat yourself.
Youth and Adult Classes are held at 9am in the right wing of our facility. (The building on the right)
Nursery and Children’s ministry are in the left wing of our facility. (The building on the left)
WHAT IS A SERVICE LIKE?
Join us as we reverently and joyfully worship our God through prayer, singing, Bible reading, and preaching. We endeavor to have everything we do in worship point to the Glory of God and the Beauty of His Son by whom we have life.
Logistically speaking though:
At 10:30 am we’ll have some announcements, then our worship service will begin with a Call to Worship and an Opening Prayer. There are typically 3 Worship songs. There is usually a Declaration of Faith and/or a Confession of Sin through prayer and an Assurance of Pardon read from Scripture. Then, we’ll have an reflective Offertory time. Scripture will be read and the Word of God is then Preached. The service will close with a closing song and a Benediction, usually by 11:45.
HOW CAN I MEET OTHERS AND GET CONNECTED?
Meadowview Reformed Presbyterian Church is all about connecting with God and each other. Take a look at the links in the main menu for ministry and outreach opportunities. But loosely speaking, here are the ways to get plugged in.
- Sunday Mornings
- 10:30 am- Worship with Us Sunday Mornings
- 9:00 am – Come to Classes, Groups, or Fellowship with us
- Life Groups
- Life groups are an important part of the life of Meadowview.
- Learn more about Life Group – (Life Group Link)
- Monthly Events
- We have regular fellowship events and events to serve.
- See the Serve Menu above. See the Church Calendar (Links)
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
As a church, we invite children of all ages to be a part of the growing, thriving ministry of our church. With spaces for newborns and toddlers in our nursery and classes for preschoolers and elementary school every Sunday morning, we welcome your entire family to take part in learning and growing towards Christ as a part of our covenant-community.
Our Children’s wing is on the left side of the worship center. Beginning June 20, 2021, the following programs will be available for children:
- Nursery – Birth through age 3, available from 9am – 12pm
- Children’s Bible Hour – PreK to 5th Grade from 9:00 – 10:00am
- Children’s Worship Training – Ages 4-7, dismissed just prior to the Sermon.
You are welcome to keep your kids with you in the Worship Service.
Rocking & Nursing Rooms: If your young kids get antsy during worship, you are welcome to use the nursery rooms at the rear of the Sanctuary to give your kids the space they may need, or to nurse in privacy. There is 1 way glass and speakers in both rooms so you can see and hear what is going on in the Service.