We believe Christian Worship is the celebration of God’s salvation and victory. It involves the people of God coming together in His presence in order to declare His praise and to hear God’s voice. We listen to God speak through reading His Word, the Bible, and preaching that explains and applies God’s Word. We respond to Him in our prayers and singing. When you visit the Stillwater Reformed Presbyterian Church you will notice an emphasis on reverence in worship. Our worship is distinct. Commitment to the Word of God not only shapes our preaching, but also our praise. We sing from God’s Word, from the Book of Psalms, each week, letting these Biblical hymns form our praise. You’ll also notice that we ourselves are the choir as we sing together in worship. Worship services begin each Sunday at 10:45 a.m.
At SRPC, there is no dress code. Some men wear suits and ties, others wear khakis and polo shirts, while others wear blue jeans with a casual shirt. Some women wear dresses or skirts, while others wear pants. We are concerned about you, not what you wear.
SRPC meets for worship in the gymnasium/auditorium of the Sangre Ridge Elementary School at 2500 S. Sangre in Stillwater. There is an entrance into the auditorium from the parking lot in the center of the building. There will be someone at the door ready to help/direct you and provide you with a bulletin for the service.
We invite you to worship together as families, including your children! We provide child care for the littlest ones during the service that allows parents to more fully focus on the Lord, but a little background noise does not bother us. The nursery is in the music room, just outside the auditorium.