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Potential URC Church Plant in South Orange County

If you live in South Orange County (San Clemente/Dana Point/San Juan Capistrano) and would like to see a URC congregation planted there one day, a core group is forming with the goal of beginning the work of church-planting.

Here's the announcement from the consistory of the Oceanside URC.

Dear co-laborers in southern California,
The consistory of the Oceanside URC is convinced that south Orange County (San Clemente/Dana Point/San Juan Capistrano) needs a confessionally Reformed congregation. Over the past 6 months we have discussed, prayed, studied, and developed a plan to explore gathering a core group. With that in mind we have commissioned Jon Moersch, who recently sustained his candidacy exam, to do this work. We ask two things of our fellow churches of Classis Southwest: 1) to pray for a core group to develop in this area, and, 2) play an active role by directing any people you know in south Orange County who are not members of a Reformed congregation to check out our website:

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So when are you guys coming to evangelize / rescue the great Northeast?
December 7, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterPB
I wish the URC would start planting in Texas. The PCA came to Texas in the 1990s, but the PCA churches here (with a few notable exceptions) are so structured around mainstream evangelical methods and traditions that you wouldn't recognize them as doctrinally or practically reformed. If anything, they tend toward the Keller/Redeemer model which in some respects starts looking like the seeker-oriented megachurch. There are many reformed believers, weary of always being in the minority and marginalized in matters of polity, who would be excited to find a truly confessional, reformed, and orthodox church home.
December 8, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous in Texas

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