Rio Grande Primitive Baptist Church


Elder Conway Wood

 

VFW Post 5890

76 Unser Blvd

Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124

United States of America

 

Schedule of Services

Staff Directory

About Albuquerque Primitive Baptist Church

Scriptures of interest

Directions to Church and map

Other Sites of Interest

Articles of Faith

Phone Number

Main Telephone Number

505-890-8509

 

 


Schedule of Services

 

Day

Time

Event

Scheduled Preacher

Second Sunday

10:30 AM

Sunday Service

Elder Conway Wood

Fourth Sunday

10:30 AM

Sunday Service

Elder Conway Wood

Fifth Sunday

10:30 AM

Sunday Service

Elder Conway Wood

 

We are currently meeting in the VFW Post 5890

76 Unser Blvd

Rio Rancho, New Mexico


Staff Directory

Name

Position

E-mail

Conway Wood

Pastor

None

David E. Hunnicutt

Deacon

david@hunnicutt.com 

Mary E. Hunnicutt

Church Clerk

mehunnicutt@msn.com

 


Rio Grande Primitive Baptist Church

The Rio Grande Primitive Baptist Church, established in 2008, serves the central New Mexico area.
 


SCRIPTURES OF THE DAY

Ephesians 5:6 - 8...11, 12

6: Let no man deceive you with vain words for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience.

7: Be not ye therefore partakers with them.

8: For ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord walk as children of light

11: And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.

12: For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret.


Church Address and Directions

Our Church meets in the VFW Post 5890 which is located at 76 Unser Blvd, Rio Rancho, New Mexico.From the intersection of I40 and I25 go North on I25 to the Paso Del Norte exit turn west and proceed west across the Rio Grande to Golf Course Road in Rio Rancho.Turn right onto Golf Course Road; continue to Southern Blvd, Turn left onto Southern Blvd.Proceed to Unser Blvd, Turn right onto Unser Blvd.The VFW is on the Left side of Unser


Other Sites of Interest

Sharon Primitive Baptist Church (St. Louis, Missouri)

David E. Hunnicutt's Professional Home Page

Primitive Baptist Web Station

 

 

Created on Monday August 11, 2008 at 16:48:04


ARTICLES OF FAITH FOR THE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH OF ALBUQUERQUE

1. We believe in one true and living God, and the trinity of persons in the GodheadĖ Father, Son and Holy Ghost, and yet not three but one God.

2. We believe that the whole human family were created in Adam, their seminal head, and that all alike fell in him by his transgression of the law, and all partake of his sinful nature.

3. We believe in the covenant of redemption by the Holy Trinity and that a definite number of the fallen sons and daughters of Adam were chosen in Christ before the world began, and they should be holy and without blame before Him in love.

4. We believe that all chosen in Christ shall be called, regenerated and sanctified by the Holy Spirit, and that they will all be justified in the sight of God by the righteousness of Christ imputed to them by faith and will be preserved through grace and never fall finally away.

5. We believe that eternal life is the gift of God, and good works are the fruit of faith, and justify us in the sight of man and Angels as evidence of our gracious state.

6. We believe that all the spiritual blessings that are essential for consummation of the eternal salvation of the elect were given them in Christ before the world began, and in time bestowed upon them by virtue of His atonement for them.

7. We believe that baptism and the Lordís supper are ordinances of Jesus Christ and that true believers are the only subjects of baptism and that immersion is the only apostolic mode.

8. We believe that washing the saintís feet is a duty enjoined by Jesus Christ, and should be done in church capacity.

9. We believe that no minister has any right to administer the ordinances of the gospel, but one who is regularly baptized and called of God, and has come under the imposition of the hands of presbytery.

10. We believe that none but regularly baptized believers have a right to commune at the Lordís table.

11. We believe in the resurrection of the just and unjust and that the vile bodies of the saints shall be fashioned like unto the glorious body of Christ and the felicity of the saints and punishment of the wicked shall be everlasting.