How We’re Launching Missional Communities

How We’re Launching Missional Communities

Our long awaited missional communities are starting! The first few months of 2017 have brought several exciting new “firsts” for Saint Mo’s. Because you have been praying and giving to make this possible, I want you to hear some of what God is doing. Later this month, Pastor Sam, will be leading a pilot Neighbor Group, […]

What a joy it was to celebrate the holidays together as a church family!

What a joy it was to celebrate the holidays together as a church family!

Many of you joined us for our bonfire Carol Sing on Christmas Eve.  Parts & Labor Restaurant, adjacent to the theatre where we worship, has a large outdoor fire pit and chimney. They kindly let us hold a community carol sing around the fire and even supplied us with hot cider! We are blessed to […]

Two Months In

Two Months In

A lot has happened at Saint Mo’s since our official launch, just less than 2 months ago.

We spent 3 weeks unpacking our Core Values once more, this time discovering how each one of the values grows naturally out of the main movements of the Christ event (e.g. Hope from the Resurrection).

Next, we jumped into a study of Matthew’s Gospel that will last us through Easter, with a break for Advent, Christmas and January. Our sermons now are regularly available on the sermons page of the website.

Sam & Esther Park

Sam & Esther Park

Sam, Esther and their boys are moving to Baltimore City to play a critical role at Saint Mo’s. As part-time Discipleship Pastor, Sam will give shape to missional small groups, adult education and outreach.

Replicable Hospitality

Replicable Hospitality

When you walk in my door—whether it’s because your kids are coming to play, or I’ve invited you over for coffee, or we are having a party, or you are just dropping by—there are a few things I can pretty much guarantee you’ll notice right away. First, I am probably going to be covered in flour. My house will be a mess—papers all over the table, dishes all over the counters, and our most recent meal all over the children and/or floors…

This is getting real.

This is getting real.

Within the next couple of months, we’re building a group of committed, invested people we can begin to call Saint Mo’s Church. For my family, for Central Presbyterian (the primary mother church), and for many of you, the dream of Saint Mo’s is about to start impacting our lives much more.

Ken and Allie McFadden

Ken and Allie McFadden

Kenneth and Allie McFadden have been called to Baltimore, Md, to help start St Moses Church. Kenneth will pastor college students and young adults as well as launch outdoor-discipleship programs and have administrative responsibilities.

Core Values

Core Values

We’re stuck on Jesus. We don’t ever want to move beyond the true story that God became a human being, then lived perfectly and died sacrificially and was resurrected bodily on behalf of humans.

Why Saint Moses?

Why Saint Moses?

Why would we name a fresh, non-denom, church plant after a saint?

Beliefs

St. Mo’s is an evangelical (currently non-denominational) church, consciously standing within the deep center current of historic trinitarian Christianity. It is our first priority to remain true to orthodox faith as recorded in the Scriptures. We believe this orthodox faith is articulated faithfully in the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds. The officers of the church assent […]

Skip to toolbar