We are a group of believers in Christ in the growing Antelope Valley. Our aim is to give glory to the Triune God in public worship, to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to teach those who profess faith to observe all that Christ has commanded.
Richard C. Barcellos, is pastor of Grace Reformed Baptist Church. He also serves as Associate Professor of Exegetical Theology at International Reformed Baptist Seminary (IRBS). He is author of Trinity & Creation: A Scriptural and Confessional Account and Getting the Garden Right: Adam’s Work and God’s Rest in Light of Christ. He is also the Managing Editor and Book Review Editor for Journal of IRBS.
Grace Reformed Baptist Church is a part of the Southern California Association of Reformed Baptist Churches (SCARBC).
The Constitution of the SCARBC states: “An Association consists of particular churches who have agreed to associate together at stated times, to obey the Word of God, to promote their own interests and the good of common causes found among them.”
The association holds tenaciously to the inerrant and infallible Word of God as found in the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments in the Holy Bible (this being our only source of faith and practice), embraces and adopts the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 as the most accurate expression of that system of doctrine taught in the Bible. That Confession is the doctrinal statement and position (Strict Subscription) of the Association.
The association holds combined Sunday Evening Worship Services at various locations three to four times a year. We also work together on various projects and seek to strengthen one another in the most holy faith.
To learn more about the SCARBC, please visit scarbc.org.
As it is the law of nature, that in general a proportion of time, by God’s appointment, be set apart for the worship of God, so by his Word, in a positive moral, and perpetual commandment, binding all men, in all ages, he has particularly appointed one day in seven for a sabbath to be kept holy unto him, which from the beginning of the world to the resurrection of Christ was the last day of the week, and from the resurrection of Christ was changed into the first day of the week, which is called the Lord’s Day: and is to be continued to the end of the world as the Christian Sabbath, the observation of the last day of the week being abolished.
9:30 am - Morning Worship
12:00 pm - Afternoon Worship
224 W. Lancaster Blvd.
Lancaster, CA 93534