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What We Believe | Grace Reformed Church

Out of humble gratitude for the free and undeserved gift of grace we have received through Christ, the mission of Grace Reformed Church is:

To proclaim, with boldness, God’s glory, truth, and love revealed to us in his Word through the Holy Spirit.  We seek to worship Him with our entire lives, being continually reformed to Scripture, our only guide in faith and practice.

 

Being a Reformed church means that we at GRC share beliefs with the reformers of the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. But it also means, above all else, that the Holy Scripture of the Old and New Testaments is the infallible, ultimate authority in our lives, and we are continually being reformed according to them. We, and the EPC as a denomination, adhere to the reformed tradition as summarized in the Westminster Confession and Catechisms.

A part of our constantly being reformed is our re-affiliation in 2014 with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. We insist upon the priority of the Scriptures in ordering how we worship, what we teach, how we live, how we govern ourselves, and how we serve. We are committed to the following Biblical beliefs:

  • Salvation is in Jesus Christ, our only Lord and Savior;
  • Salvation is a free gift of God by grace through faith in Jesus Christ;
  • The Holy Bible is God’s Word and His sufficient revelation to us;
  • The Holy Bible is the authoritative guide in everything we do;
  • God calls His people by His grace to a relationship with Him.

We understand our first priority to be the worship of Almighty God ordered according to the Scriptures. Our response to God’s grace given in worship is to reach out to the world with the Good News of Christ’s singular saving work.

For more information, see the essential beliefs of the EPC, the many resources on the website for the EPC, as well as many sermons and newsletter articles that can be found under media.

FPC's Statement on Marriage and Human Sexuality.

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Grace Reformed Church

834 Wolcott, Casper, WY - MAP
Ph: (307) 237-9509
office@gracereformedcasper.org

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Sermon
Sun. 11/15
The Wind Blows

We return again this morning to the gospel of John, and today we’re going to start chapter 3, which is a chapter containing possibly the most referenced verse in all of scripture—maybe you’ve seen it in the background at a sporting event or on the bumper of a car—that verse that so encapsulates t

Sermon
Sun. 11/22
God's Love, For Real

We return this morning to the gospel of John, in chapter 3. Last week we looked at the first thirteen verses of chapter 3, at most of Jesus’s exchange with the Pharisee Nicodemus.

Sermon
Sun. 11/8
What Is Your Name?

What is Your Name?

 

Originally preached by Interim Pastor Paul Parsons – Ft. Collins Presbyterian Church, June 2015

Preached at Grace Reformed Church, Casper, WY, November 8, 2020

 

Sermon
Sun. 11/1
Better Than You Know Yourself

We return again to the gospel of John, looking today at the second half of the second chapter. Last week we looked at what was the first sign that Jesus did, the first of seven that John refers to specifically to prove that Jesus is the long-awaited Messiah.

Sermon
Sun. 10/25
He's Been Doing This for a Long Time

We return to John this morning, and are now getting to chapter 2. To set the stage a little bit here we should remind ourselves of what we learned in the first chapter, because the things that are here in the second and following chapters are not here by accident.