Pastor Pat continues our Grace4all series on Exodus with this message on Exodus 6:1-9.
Pastor Patrick Weston continues our series on Acts with this message from Acts 3.1-26.
Pastor Pat continues our Grace4all message series on the book of Exodus with this message on chapter 3.
Pastor Patrick Weston, our Pastor of Next Generation Ministries, gave us a message from Genesis 29:15-35 as part of Youth Sunday. This passage has become a favorite amongst the Youth Group in recent times.
Elder Patrick Weston wraps up our sermon series on Galatians, looking at Gal. 6.7-10.
Patrick received his Master of Divinity degree from Covenant Theological Seminary in May of 2007. Patrick and his wife Jeannie have two children, Zach and Amara. He serves our church by overseeing the youth and childrens' ministries, providing congregational care and serving in many other ways. After starting as Director of Congregational Care in August 2012, Pat was ordained and installed as Pastor of Next Generation Ministries on August 4, 2013.
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Everyone has a hunger for worship—and everybody worships something, whether it's God, or their job, or their family, or their possessions. At Grace Church we believe that it is only in worshipping God through the person of Jesus Christ that we find the answer to the deepest questions and longings of our souls.
Grace Presbyterian Church of St. Charles County is a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). The PCA is a denomination of nearly 1600 evangelical churches, and one of the fastest-growing denominations in the United States. As Presbyterians, we consider the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms to be a faithful explanation of what Scripture teaches. These are time tested documents, written by men who loved God, and who sought to bring some specificity to their understanding of the Scriptures. Some of our core beliefs can be found in shorter form, however, below.
Worship is one of the most fundamental things we do as people. And as the Church, this is particularly true. I mean, what are we as Christians, if we aren't, first and foremost, people who are worshipping God together through the person of Jesus Christ? It is our hope that you will find Grace Church to be a community of people who love to worship God together””and in order to help you join in that worship, we think it is helpful to share with you some of the values that shape how we approach this most central part of our life together as Christians. Grace Presbyterian Church is committed to a “blended” or “integrated” style of worship. What is that, you ask? A good question! By “blended” worship style, we mean that Grace Church seeks to incorporate gospel-driven, Christ-centered music from a variety of styles and generations. New, old, traditional, classical, folk, contemporary. Whatever words or categories you might use — we believe that any and all of these can be used (maybe even in the same worship service) in a God-honoring way to worship our Creator and Redeemer.