As a Reformed church, our order of worship is grounded in the practices of the early church and the Reformation. Our music is something we share with God’s people throughout the ages – and not something we share with current radio hits. The central elements in our service are not flashy entertainment or gimmicky self-help talks. Instead, we gather together for the simple, ancient, glorious things that God has always used to minister to his people by his Spirit: the Word of God (read and preached), the singing of songs and hymns, and the celebration of the Lord’s Supper.
All those who desire to hear the good news of Jesus Christ are welcome to join us. Our members and visitors come from all walks of life: different ages, different ways of dressing, different personalities. We are saved only by the grace of God, and we strive – though imperfectly – to show that same grace to others.
Come hear, taste, and see that the Lord is good!
We believe that the Lord’s Supper provides real spiritual nourishment for the believer, and as such, we partake each week. Our communion is open to all professing believers.
Children in Worship
We welcome and encourage children to remain with us for the entire service. If you so desire, a parent’s room is located at the rear of the sanctuary. The room is equipped with speakers and a large window looking into the sanctuary, so parents can attend to their children’s needs while still participating in the worship service.
We invite you come to Mariposa Reformed Baptist Church just as you are. The dress and atmosphere tends to be relaxed but reverent. You can wear jeans. You can wear a tie. It’s your decision. We understand that God looks upon the heart, not the outward appearance.
From time to time, following the service, we meet for lunch in the Fellowship Hall. Everyone is invited to join us. Lunches are announce two weeks in advance.