Let me introduce myself – I am Pastor Chris Moulton, the mission pastor called to begin a RCUS church plant in the Denver area, now known as Mercy Street Reformed Church. I am 59 years-old and for the past 8+ years I have been the pastor of Reformation Presbyterian Church in Sheboygan, WI. I have a Masters of Divinity degree from Mid-America Reformed Seminary in Dyer Indiana, having graduated in 2009. Prior to that I was a school teacher, primarily teaching Physical Education and Biology and I also coached various sports including football, basketball, softball, and track.
My wife’s name is Carole and together we have four daughters, one adopted son, and eleven grandchildren. I spent the first 30 years of my life in the Denver area, graduating from Columbine High School on 1977 and from Metropolitan State University (then College) in 1989.
Having been called to plant a church for the RCUS (Reformed Church in the United States), I am excited to see what the Lord will do as we prayerfully move forward as His humble servants. Unless the Lord builds the house (including the house of the Lord, the Church) we labor in vain, and so we look to Him to grow this church plant while seeking to remain faithful to His holy, inerrant, inspired Word.
If you are not familiar with the Reformed Confessions (what we believe and confess the Word of God to teach), in particular the Three Forms of Unity, please take a look at the link on this website.
We are currently hosting three Bible studies: one on Tuesday evening which has to do with the subject of evangelism, one on Wednesday evening and another on Thursday morning both of which are going through the Book of Ecclesiastes. If you are interested in joining us please use the email form on this website to contact me.
One final thought – our ‘church-plant-verse’ is Micah 6:8 – ‘He has shown thee, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?’ Lord willing I will have future ‘Moulton’s musings’ on what that verse means but for now, let me assure you that the goal we have for ourselves and for all that are involved with Mercy Street Reformed Church is that we might live out those very things which God has shown to be good in His sight.