Matthew Sermon on the Mount Sermons 

“Lord, Teach Us to Pray”

  Nehemiah 1:5-11; Matthew 6:5-8 April 29, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Dear Congregation of Christ: The Christian media is full of books, articles and quotes about prayers. I will mention a couple of quotes: First, “Do you realize that movements on earth govern movements in heaven? Do you realize that a child of God in prayer affects decisions in heaven? We must depend on His Word, pray the promises of God, and then watch what happens. The Word spoken through your lips releases angels.” This is one of…

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Psalms Sermons 

A True Sinner’s Prayer

  © September 20, 2015 • Download PDF sermon Readings: 2 Samuel 12:1-15; Psalm 51:1-19 (text); Luke 18:9-14 Congregation of Christ: I’m sure you’ve heard this very common prayer many times: Lord Jesus, I need You. Thank You for dying on the cross for my sins. I open the door of my life and receive You as my Savior and Lord. Thank You for forgiving my sins and giving me eternal life. Take control of the throne of my life. Make me the kind of person You want me to be.…

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Pastoral Prayer Based on Our Lord’s Prayer

  Today, I used the Lord’s Prayer as a pattern of the long prayer in our worship service. The Heidelberg Catechism Q&A 116 gives us a summary of why prayer is necessary for Christians: Q. Why is prayer necessary for Christians? A. Because it is the chief part of thankfulness which God requires of us, and because God will give His grace and Holy Spirit only to those who earnestly and without ceasing ask them of Him, and render thanks unto Him for them. And this is the prayer that our Lord Jesus…

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Christmas Sermons 

Our Only Comfort and Joy

  Readings: Isaiah 40:1-5; 42:5-7; Luke 2:22-35; 2:29-32 (text) December 24, 2014 • Download this sermon (PDF) Finally, the promised Seed of the Woman, the Offspring of Abraham who would be the Blessing to All Nations, the Prophet greater than Moses, the Son of David who would be the Everlasting King, has come! He was born of a woman, but conceived by the Holy Spirit. Although “in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell” (Col 1:19), because of God’s love for his people, he came down from…

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Our Church Officers

Pastor: Rev. Nollie Malabuyo Email: Associate Minister, Trinity United Reformed Church, Visalia, CA, 2008-Present M.Div., Westminster Seminary in California, 2005 B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of the Philippines, 1973 Missionary, Wycliffe Bible Translators, 1993-2008 Steering Committee: Ken Joling, Chairman Secretary: Jeanette Kinkade Email:

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Our Story

We are a group of believers that Christ has called out of the world and joined together so that we might worship and serve Him. We sincerely strive to be a church that is faithful to God’s Word, filled with the Holy Spirit and living in obedience to Jesus Christ. We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, inerrant and infallible in its entirety, unchanging, and God’s revelation of Himself. In our teachings, we subscribe to these Reformation creeds which constitute our statement of faith: the Heidelberg…

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Contact Us 

Where We Meet

7220 County Highway A12 Montague, California 96064 Tel. No.: (530) 598-7584 Directions: Northbound: From I-5, take US-97 N (Weed Blvd), and follow for 4.7 miles. Turn left onto Big Springs Road, and drive 11.6 miles. Turn left onto County Highway A12 (99-97 Cutoff), and drive 0.4 miles. The church is on the left. Southbound: From I-5, take exit toward Grenade/Gazelle. Turn left onto County Highway A12 (99-97 Cutoff), and drive 7.2 miles. The church is on the right. Location Maps:

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About Us 

What We Believe

The great ancient ecumenical creeds – Apostles’ Creed, Nicene Creed, Athanasian Creed, Definition of Chalcedon – are excellent statements of faith regarding the Holy Trinity, Christ, and the essential Christian Gospel. We confess and believe all that is taught in the Old and New Testaments, the inspired, inerrant, infallible, sufficient and authoritative word of God. We are committed to the whole of Scripture, and to the systematic exposition of biblical truth known as the Reformed faith. In addition to the Three Forms of Unity (Heidelberg Catechism, Belgic Confession of Faith,…

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“What is the Reformed Faith?”

By Dr. Michael S. Horton © 1993 Modern Reformation Magazine How do I go to God?”, someone asked the Scottish Presbyterian, Horatius Bonar. The parson answered, “It is with our sins that we go to God, for we have nothing else that we can truly call our own.” Much like Lutheranism, the Reformed tradition was forged out of the mighty storm known as the Protestant Reformation. John Calvin (1507-64) was a Frenchman who, through his own study of the Scriptures and reading the tracts of Luther and other older Reformers,…

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