Each Sunday we hold a "second service" following the break after the first service.
This service is our "teaching" service,also known as the Catechism Service.
We live in an anti-intellectual day that is more interested in how we feel than what we think.
Increasingly, it is being noticed that the American church is an ignorant church, almost
completely uninformed of the great doctrines of the faith. Many Christians have bled and died
for the faith “once delivered to the saints;” the very faith that many of us are unaware.
The Catechism Service is a serious attempt to reclaim the content of the faith in a systematic
and orderly manner. Each Lord’s Day (Sunday), the instruction is focused on one of the
foundational truths of our salvation in Christ, usually from one of the historic Reformed Doctrines,
Confessionsor Creeds. (i.e. Canons of Dort, Belgic Confession, or Heidleberg Catechism).
One of the questions from the Heidleberg Catechism is, “What is true faith?” Do you know the
The liturgy of the Catechism service is similar to but shorter than that of the Worship service.