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GATHER - GROW - GO!

We GATHER to worship as a body of believers. We GROW as a fellowship through Bible Study to enable us to GO into our community, nation, and world to share the love of Jesus.

Recent Posts

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For God So Loved

“For God So Loved” This week’s blog post was written by Meredith McGinnis, writer, poet, and friend-a reflection on John 3:16—“For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” For many, this verse is the cornerstone of our faith. I’ve […]

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Lenten FAQ’s: Should I give up stuff?

Lenten FAQ’s:  Should I give up stuff? Lent originally was a time of preparation for baptism. In the early centuries, folks who were attracted to the Christian church began an apprenticeship which involved study and mentoring in beliefs, practices, worship, and prayer. Part of the preparation was fasting-doing without meat or skipping meals. As an […]

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Proud To Be A Tar Heel

I have a friend, a Presbyterian minister colleague, who grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and was a close family friend of Dean Smith. Her blog post Monday was a tribute to the character and integrity of the man–a class act. His record of accomplishments as a coach and contributions to the game of […]

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What’s Up with Lent?

The Christian season of Lent begins this Wednesday, February 18, Ash Wednesday. Most of us know beads and Mardi Gras but putting ashes on your forehead?, changing sanctuary colors from green to purple, deciding what sort of “fasting” you might try, longing for spring and Easter…what does it all mean? The 40 days of Lent […]

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Ash Wednesday Worship

Each year before the Christian Passover (Easter) we remember our redemption through the sacrificial death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus the Christ. Lent is a time of preparation for this celebration as we renew our lives in the mystery of death being overcome with eternal life. We begin the journey to Easter with the […]

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Q & A

If Jesus is THE ANSWER, then what is THE QUESTION? As I’ve been pondering in a mini-series of sermons on the foundational beliefs of reformed theology, and as I begin to wonder about my own mortality, am sensing life’s questions and answers are more about PERSPECTIVE than right and wrong, black and white. Also recently […]

Upcoming Events

Mar
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6:00 pm Divorce Care @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
Divorce Care @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
Mar 4 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Divorce Care @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church | Moore | South Carolina | United States
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10:00 am Small Groups @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
Small Groups @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
Mar 8 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Small Groups @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church | Moore | South Carolina | United States
Sunday Morning Small Groups 10:00 AM  Next Steps, led by Becky Brown Corner Stone, led by Jen Dewyea studying Wired Word. The Mix (7th-12th grade), led by Gerry Cieluch 4-6 Grade Kidz in Discipleship (Check-In Required)[...]
11:00 am Worship Service @ Tyger River Worship Center
Worship Service @ Tyger River Worship Center
Mar 8 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
 
6:00 pm TRPC Youth @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
TRPC Youth @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
Mar 8 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
 
Mar
11
Wed
6:00 pm Divorce Care @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
Divorce Care @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church
Mar 11 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Divorce Care @ Tyger River Presbyterian Church | Moore | South Carolina | United States

Recent Sermons

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Religious, But Not Spiritual

“Religious, But Not Spiritual” Sermon Delivered by Dr. Al Masters Tyger River Presbyterian Church Moore, South Carolina March 1, 2015 Inspired by:  John 3: 1-17-Nicodemus Sermon Jesus is stirring things up in the Holy Land-this Galilean carpenter turned rabbi-preacher is turning the Jewish religious laws upside down. The theme of these first chapters in John’s […]

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A Walk With The Devil

“A Walk With The Devil” Sermon Delivered by Dr. Al Masters Tyger River Presbyterian Church Moore, South Carolina February 22, 2015 Inspired by:  Luke 4: 1-13 Sermon It’s exam time for Jesus, 40 days of fasting in the wilderness following the command of the Holy Spirit —and if that’s not enough, along comes the devil’s […]

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Jesus Christ Reveals God’s Love

“Jesus Christ Reveals God’s Love” Sermon Delivered by Dr. Al Masters Tyger River Presbyterian Church Moore, South Carolina February 8, 2015 Inspired by:  selected verses Sermon This morning we continue a mini-series of messages on the foundational beliefs of reformed theology. Three weeks ago we began with Jesus Christ as the Lord of history and […]

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Election

“Election” Sermon Delivered by Dr. Al Masters Tyger River Presbyterian Church Moore, South Carolina February 1, 2015 Inspired by:  Isaiah 40: 18, 21-23, 25-28 Sermon Two Sundays ago we considered how Jesus, the cosmic Christ as Lord and our personal Lord and Savior, is the foundation of Christian faith. We experience Jesus through the Old […]