Recent Sermons

Sermons (586)

The Vows of our Lives

Psalm 119:105-112 (Part of the Miscellaneous series)
Preached by Joseph Pipa on December 30, 2018 (Sunday Evening)

Christian's Purpose in the New Year

Psalm 67:1-7 (Part of the Miscellaneous series)
Preached by Joseph Pipa on December 30, 2018 (Sunday Morning)

Light Has Come into the World

Isaiah 8:16-9:7 (Part of the General series)
Preached by John Belden on December 23, 2018 (Sunday Morning)

A Woman Made Whole

Mark 5:21-34 (Part of the The Miracles of Jesus series)
Preached by John Belden on December 16, 2018 (Sunday Evening)

God is Our Refuge and Our Strength

Psalm 46:1-11 (Part of the The Psalms of Lament series)
Preached by John Belden on December 16, 2018 (Sunday Morning)

Do Not Fear, Only Believe

Mark 5:21-43 (Part of the The Miracles of Jesus series)
Preached by John Belden on December 9, 2018 (Sunday Evening)

The Joy of Forgiveness

Psalm 32:1-11 (Part of the The Psalms of Lament series)
Preached by John Belden on December 9, 2018 (Sunday Morning)

Jesus Makes us Human

Mark 5:1-20 (Part of the The Miracles of Jesus series)
Preached by John Belden on December 2, 2018 (Sunday Evening)

Cast Your Burdens on the Lord

Psalm 55:1-23 (Part of the The Psalms of Lament series)
Preached by John Belden on December 2, 2018 (Sunday Morning)

Restoring Mercy to the Sabbath

Luke 6:1-11 (Part of the The Miracles of Jesus series)
Preached by John Belden on November 25, 2018 (Sunday Evening)

Worship With Us

    Sunday Worship Times

  • 09:45am – Sunday School for children
  • 09:45am – Corporate Prayer Meeting
  • 11:00am – Worship
  • 06:00pm – Worship

A Congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) worshiping at: 58 W. High St, Metamora, Michigan 48455 (click for map)

Rev. John Belden: johnwbelden@gmail.com
Church Phone: 810-678-2171

Pilgrim Presbyterian Church is located in the Village of Metamora, Michigan, and since 1878, this church has worshiped the Living God in spirit and in truth, preached the Good News of Jesus Christ, and sought to be a vibrant and loving witness to our neighbors.