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    Los Angeles RPCNA Sings Psalm 119W in Book of Psalms for Worship (119X in BOPFS)

    Here's a link. Enjoy some of our congregation singing the psalms after a fellowship meal this afternoon!

    YouTube - Los Angeles RPCNA Sings Psalm 119W
    Pastor Nathan Eshelman
    Los Angeles Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPCNA)
    Master of Divinity, Master of Theology (candidate) Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
    Doctor of Ministry, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary
    Gentle Reformation
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    Wow! It was shot, not in wide-screen, but tall-screen!

    Thanks for posting this, pastor!
    Tim Lindsay
    member, Southfield RPCNA, Southfield, MI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    Wow! It was shot, not in wide-screen, but tall-screen!

    Thanks for posting this, pastor!
    It was shot on my phone and I should have turned it on it's side. :P
    Pastor Nathan Eshelman
    Los Angeles Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPCNA)
    Master of Divinity, Master of Theology (candidate) Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
    Doctor of Ministry, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary
    Gentle Reformation

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    A good sound recording, but a very weird picture!
    Jonathan Hunt

    Pastor, Morton Baptist Church Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, United Kingdom since 2012

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    Lovely. Was that a rehearsal or congregational worship?
    CJ Rice
    Member Christ RPCNA
    East Providence, RI
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    What's with the woman with the Muslim headdress. I believe in headcovering but that was first for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seajayrice View Post
    Lovely. Was that a rehearsal or congregational worship?
    Just a psalm sing following a fellowship lunch.

    ---------- Post added at 11:15 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:14 AM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by C. M. Sheffield View Post
    What's with the woman with the Muslim headdress. I believe in headcovering but that was first for me.
    I believe that she was cold. She does wear a headcovering, but not a "headdress".
    Pastor Nathan Eshelman
    Los Angeles Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPCNA)
    Master of Divinity, Master of Theology (candidate) Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
    Doctor of Ministry, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary
    Gentle Reformation

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