Home
 Missions Conference, June
 21
‐
23
, 2013


The annual Home Missions Conference has a two-pronged emphasis:

  1. Helping the members of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) to see more clearly what they can do to help existing mission works, and what role they might play in starting a new OPC congregation
  2. Helping people who are not currently members of the OPC but are thinking that they might be interested in starting an OPC mission work to understand what is involved.

Schedule

Friday, June 21

  • Evening – “Striving Together for the Faith of the Gospel” (Phil 1:27-30) – Dick Gerber

Saturday, June 22

  • Morning 1 – “Is the OPC a Good Fit?” – Steve Doe
  • Morning 2 – “Not in Any Way Terrified” (Phil 1:27-30) – Dick Gerber
  • Evening – “Looking beyond the Four Walls” – Steve Doe

Sunday, June 23

  • Sunday School – Questions and Answers with Steve and Dick
  • Worship – Steve Doe, preacher

Speakers

Richard Gerber

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Richard Gerber

Richard R. Gerber serves as the Associate General Secretary for the Committee on Home Missions and Church Extension of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He has served in this position since 1999. He lives in suburban Philadelphia with his wife, Rita, and daughter, Michelle. Dick has served two pastorates in the OPC: Calvary OPC in Wildwood, New Jersey (‘71 –’79) and Westminster OPC in Hamden, Connecticut (’79-’99). He served as the moderator of the General Assembly in 2006. He is a 1971 graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Dick and Rita have been married for forty-four years and have four children.

 

Stephen Doe

Photo of Rev. Stephen Doe

Stephen Doe

The Rev. Stephen D. Doe began serving as Regional Home Missionary for the Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic in October, 2012. Prior to that he served as pastor of Bethel Reformed Presbyterian Church, Fredericksburg, VA, for over 10 years. Since his ordination to the gospel ministry in 1977 he has also served Orthodox Presbyterian congregations in California, Nebraska, and Vermont. Steve married the former Joan Elzey in 1971. They have four children and five grandchildren and continue to live in Fredericksburg.

 

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