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“The grass withers, and the flower falls, but the word of the Lord remains forever.”
[1 Peter 1:24-25]
Mid Cities Presbyterian Church exists to glorify God. This church has been called into existence by God to worship Him. As a congregation of Christ’s church, we worship God during our Lord’s Day services through the reading and proclamation of the Word of God, in song and prayer, and through the administration of the sacraments. We also seek, through the ministry of the Word, to call all men everywhere to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ, so that more men, women, and children might become worshipers of God.
Mid Cities Presbyterian Church began as a mission work of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in January of 2005. The church is located in north Texas, nestled between Dallas and Fort Worth, adjacent to the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport and surrounded by the cities of Hurst, Euless, Bedford, and Grapevine. The church is Reformed in doctrine and Presbyterian in its church government. The congregation is a maturing body of all ages, currently with three ruling elders and two deacons elected by the congregation. You will find the Mid Cities OPC congregation to be concerned with thinking Biblically coupled with a commitment to care for hurting people. We strive to be serious Christians who love one another from a genuine heart.
You are cordially invited to visit Mid Cities Presbyterian Church.
Joe Troutman graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, where he received a Master of Divinity Degree. He completed his undergraduate studies at Montreat-Anderson College in North Carolina. Joe and his wife Jennifer are parents to Elisabeth, Anna and Jacob.
The pastor along with the elders and deacons are servants who provide spiritual nourishment and oversight to the congregation through teaching, praying, and visitation.