Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Note From Current Officer Mark Hausam:

I regret to say that I will not be able to run for office in the Council of Officers for the 2015 term.  The reason is that I am currently switching denominations from the Orthodox Presbyterian Church to the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, and, as of now, I have only adherent (non-communicant) membership status in the FPCS and no longer any status in the OPC, and therefore do not qualify for office (or even to be a voting member) in the Party.  I have felt for some time the need to make this switch, as I believe the FPCS's distinctive stands to be more biblical than those of the OPC--in areas such as exclusive psalmody, the Establishment Principle, etc.  I believe that it is important to join with that denomination whose distinctive stands give it an adequate warrant for continued separate existence from other denominations.

I continue to wholeheartedly endorse the foundation and goals of the Party, and look forward to continuing to work in partnership with all the members and officers of the Party to further those goals from the position of my new status.  And I recommend to other members of the Party who meet the qualifications (http://reformationparty.org/about.php) that you consider whether this might be a good time for you to run for office in the Council of Officers yourself.


Mark Hausam

Monday, July 28, 2014

Now it is time to begin to prepare for the 2015 term.

We are thankful our God has been blessing the Reformation Party during term of operation in 2014.  Now it is time to begin to prepare for the 2015 term.  Each annual term we need voting members willing to serve on the Council of Officers.  If you are a qualified voting member and would be willing to serve on the Council for the 2015 term, please submit your name and information as a candidate soon to info@reformationparty.org.  This information will be posted at http://www.reformationparty.org/candidates.htm .  Subsequently there will be election of officers by voting members.
Also, if you are not sure whether you are registered as a member of the Reformation Party, please feel free to email your inquiry to info@reformationparty.org.   We want to make sure our Party membership records are complete.  For those of you who have "liked" the Reformation Party on Facebook, in order to be a member of the Reformation Party you still need to register as a member by emailing your information to info@reformationparty.org.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Resource: The Establishment Principle (External Link)

The Establishment Principle

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Signing of the Reformed Party covenant

We are presently organizing gatherings around the United States for the signing of the Reformed Party covenant (an optional covenant).  If you are interested in being a signer, please email us and let us know.  Also if you are a Pastor or Elder which want to have a covenant signing at your church, contact us and we'll seek to work with you.   Contact us at:  info@reformationparty.org

For your reference:  Reformation Party Main Blog: Reformation Party Covenant

Saturday, April 19, 2014

New Tracts for Your Church's Booktable

The Reformation Party is excited to provide local churches tracts which they can be printed and left on a display table.  See Link:  The Reformation Party