The Theology of the Westminster Confession

Our adult Sunday School class is studying the theology of the Westminster Confession, one chapter at a time.  We hope these slides will stimulate your own study of this great Reformation-era confession of faith.  New slides for subsequent chapters will be posted on this page throughout 2017.  Below the introduction & orientation slideshow are links to class slides for individual WCF chapters.

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Class Introduction & Orientation

Chapter 1: Holy Scripture

Chapter 2: God and the Holy Trinity

Chapter 3: God’s Eternal Decree

Chapter 4: Creation

Chapter 5: Providence

Chapter 6: The Fall of Man, Sin, and the Punishment Thereof

Chapter 7: God’s Covenant with Man

Chapter 8: Christ the Mediator

Chapter 9: Free Will

Chapter 10: Effectual Calling

Chapter 11: Justification

Chapters 12-13: Adoption & Sanctification

Chapters 14-15: Saving Faith & Repentance unto Life

Chapter 16: Good Works

Chapter 17: Perseverance of the Saints

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An Evening with David Aikman

Listen to the interview here.

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Two Ways To Live

twtlOur evangelism training class slides, using the program “Two Ways to Live

Introduction & Orientation

Session One

Session Two

Session Three

Session Four

Session Five

Session Six

Session Seven

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PCA General Assembly 2016 Report

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Bible Day Camp 2016

BDC2016Heritage Presbyterian Church, Cristo Redentor, and Warrenton Bible Fellowship are pleased to host Bible Day Camp 2016 at Crockett Park, July 12-14 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.  Join us as we celebrate The Miracles of Jesus.  Pre-register online or when you arrive.

Crockett Park, 10066 Rogues Rd, Midland, VA 22728

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The Syrian Refugee Crisis

As our country continues to debate how to respond to the Syrian Refugee Crisis, many are asking how Christians might think about and respond to the issues in biblically informed ways.  The session of HPC offers the following articles for your consideration.  They are written by leading pastors in the PCA, and in our judgment, wisely acknowledge both the complexities involved and the responsibilities of Christians, churches, and the State.

May God grant us wise minds, compassionate hearts, and strong hands as our government and churches wrestle with this important topic.

Immigration Policy Must Be Based on More Than an Appeal to Compassion, by Kevin DeYoung

A Refuge and Refugees, by Harry Reeder

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Bible Day Camp 2015

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PCA 2015 General Assembly Report

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Boardwalk Chapel 2015

0704150933b-lowresLast Saturday HPC’s Boardwalk Chapel mission team returned from a week of evangelism and ministry in Wildwood, New Jersey.  Each year we sent a team of youth and adult chaperones to serve on the “front lines” of cultural engagement.  The team comes prepared after months of practice with skits, songs, sermonettes, and testimonies.  These contribute to the Chapel’s evening program that presents the gospel to the public in an open and inviting setting–free of charge.  Additionally, the team studies the Bible each morning, and receives personal evangelism and worldview apologetics training from the excellent Summer Chapel Staff.  This year’s trip was a huge success.  Thanks to the chaperones that endured the kitchen and supervision duties with grace, humility, and always a smile.  Many thanks to the behind-the-scenes folks who contributed food, other necessities, prayer, and encouragement to the team.  Your support was absolutely vital to the spread of the gospel on the boardwalk.  Please pray God would sustain and bless friendships, the summer staff still in Wildwood, the people with whom we shared the gospel, and for the ministry of the Boardwalk Chapel (Facebook page).  See below for a slideshow of photos from the week.

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Announcing HPC’s 30th Anniversary-Reunion

Please plan to join us at the 30th Anniversary-Reunion for Heritage Presbyterian Church, Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11, 2015. We will be having two great events for everyone to get a chance to celebrate God’s faithfulness.

  1. Saturday, October 10 at 6:00 p.m. – Light Dinner followed by Variety/Talent Show
  2. Sunday, October 11 at 10:00 Worship Service with nursery available, followed by Fellowship Luncheon

All ages are invited to participate in the Variety/Talent Show. If you would like to share your talent, whether it be singing, dancing, a skit, monologue or some other special talent or ability or there is something you have always wanted to do but haven’t given it the chance – well, now is the time!

If you think you would like to be a participant in the Variety/Talent Show, please notify us no later than September 26, 2015. Please be sure to give contact information, along with type of entertainment you wish to provide and whether you will need any props or accompaniment. Or if you would just like to be part of the evening by helping with refreshments, stage crew, lighting, sound or serving at the “Cabaret”, just let us know.

***Dress Rehearsal -Friday night, October 9th ***

Please RSVP to one of the people listed below by September 26, 2015 even if you only would like to join us to be part of the audience on Saturday night and/or at the Luncheon on Sunday OR visit the Event link on our Heritage Presbyterian Facebook.

***Babysitters will be provided for the Variety/Talent Show night. To be sure we have enough babysitters, please notify one of the people listed below if you will be in need of this service.


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Jeanette McCall – email hidden; JavaScript is required

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