SOLA SCRIPTURA  Scripture Alone    SOLA GRATIA  Grace Alone 
   
SOLA FIDE  Faith Alone         SOLUS CHRISTUS  Christ Alone 
 
SOLI DEO GLORIA  Glory to God Alone

Come worship with us at 10:20 am

333 Bryce Avenue,  White Rock, New Mexico 87547

Worship and Adult Bible Study are being streamed live on our YouTube page

Link to Google Maps

Phone:  505-672-3364      email: info@brycepresbyterian.org

Alerts regarding schedule changes will be posted here

To all who are spiritually weary and seek rest; to all who mourn and long for comfort; to all who struggle and desire victory; to all who sin and need a Savior; to all who are strangers and want fellowship; to all who hunger and thirst after righteousness; and to whoever will come — this church opens wide her doors and offers her welcome in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Who We Are

 

We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America, a Bible-believing, confessional, and evangelical Reformed denomination founded in 1973. As a church, we strive to be, faithful to the Scriptures, true to the Reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. We invite you to learn more about our faith and our mission.

Our Pastor is Zachary Garris. He is married to Sara, and they have one son, David. Zachary holds a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson) and a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School. Prior to pastoring, he practiced law and taught at a Christian school. He enjoys reading, writing, exercising, and traveling with his family.

Pastor Garris can be reached at the church office at 505-672-3364 or
pastor@brycepresbyterian.org

BAPC is also governed by a board of elders and a board of deacons.  Our ruling elders are Charles Bell, David Finnegan, and David Forslund.   Our deacon is Mike Inbody. Elders and deacons can be contacted at office@brycepresbyterian.org.

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Our purpose can be summarized by the statement:

To exalt the Lord Jesus Christ and make Him beautiful and glorious in the eyes of men and to promote the increase of repentance, faith, and holiness upon earth. - J.C.Ryle

 

Upcoming Events

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Memorial Service - 
Marilyn Finnegan 

Saturday, Oct 8

11:00 - 12:00

Bryce Avenue Presbyterian Church

Trail Life USA
and American Heritage Girls

Thursdays in October

(10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27)

6:30 pm

Bryce Avenue Presbyterian Church

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Women's Bible Study

Tuesday, Oct 4, 18

7:00 pm

The Finnegan's home

Thursday, Oct 6, 20

1:30 pm 

The Finnegan's home

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Koinonia Dinner

Sunday October 23rd 

12:00 pm

Bryce Avenue Presbyterian Church

 

Contact us:

333 Bryce Avenue,  White Rock, NM 87547

Phone:  505-672-3364      email: info@brycepresbyterian.org

 
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Founded in 1975

Bryce Ave Presbyterian Church was founded as Sangre de Cristo Covenant Church in August of 1975 as a particular church of the Presbyterian Church in America. The founding pastor was the Reverend Wayne A. Buchtel.

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Cross Installation

The church moved into its current facility in January of 1977. Covenant Christian School (K-12) was run by the church in its facility starting in 1980.

Covenant Christian School

Covenant Christian School

1986-1987

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In 1985, the church changed its name to Bryce Avenue Presbyterian Church. In the fall of 1986, the Reverand LaVerne Donaldson became the interim pastor, followed in the spring of 1987 by the Reverend Henry Fernandez.

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Henry and Cindy Fernandez

The church facility was rebuilt in 1992 following a major fire. Throughout the decades of challenge and change, God’s faithfulness has stood as a testimony to His grace and love.

The Covenant Christian school was closed in 1997.

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Sanctuary after rebuilding

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2018 Christmas Carol Sing

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2019 Guest Speaker Simonetta Carr

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2020 Coronavirus Pandemic