Mount Zion Biblical Summit and Fall Festival

Mount Zion Reformed Presbyterian Church will be holding a conference in early October on the subject of Covenant Theology. I thought I would post the information on the conference for those in the Greater Moncton area who might be interested in attending. The speaker this year is D. Patrick Ramsey. Here are the details:

Announcing Mt. Zion’s

Biblical Summit and Fall Festival  Oct. 4-6 2013 

“The Structure of Redemption: Covenant Theology and its Applications”


The bible tells the true story of God’s very good creation, the rebellion and fall of man, the redemption of a people through Jesus Christ, and finally a great renewal and glorification of the world together with his people.  This is the big picture, but the plot structure of the bible is undergirded and moved along by God through covenants.  You might say that covenants are the framework upon which the story of Scripture and our understanding of it depends.  Understanding the covenants of the bible in themselves and in relation to how they move God’s plan of salvation along towards its fulfillment in Christ is therefore incredibly important.  To the extent that we understand this framework rightly we are better able to understand what God has done in history for our Salvation as revealed in the Scriptures and its application to us as individuals, families, and churches.  To the extent that we misread this covenant framework we open ourselves up to great misunderstandings of God’s revelation in Scripture and its application to our lives.

In order that we might all better understand, apply, and be built up by the Scriptures the Leadership and members of Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church would like to invite you to join us and Pastor D. Patrick Ramsey for the 2013 Biblical Summit being held in conjunction with our Fall Festival.


Speaker:  Rev. D. Patrick Ramsey

D. Patrick Ramsey is an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.  He is no stranger to the area having been born and raised here in the Maritimes in neighboring Halifax, Nova Scotia.  His Master of Divinity degree was completed at Greenville Theological Seminary and a Master in Theology was done at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia.  Rev. Ramsey served as the pastor of an OPC Church in London, KY for over 12 years.  He has recently been serving the Church throughout the Maritimes through pulpit supply as he works towards the completion of doctoral studies at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa.  On top of all of this he is married to a wonderful wife and has 5 boys to keep him busy.

 2013 Summit Sessions and Schedule:


7:30 PM          Session 1:  Covenant Theology’s Great Expression: The Westminster Standards 



9:30  AM         Session 2:  Covenant Theology and The Old and New Testaments Part 1 

       11:00 AM        Session 3:  Covenant Theology and The Old and New Testaments Part 2 

        12:00 Noon     Lunch

        1:30  PM         Session 4:  Covenant Theology and Salvation Part 1

        3:00  PM         Session 5:  Covenant Theology and Salvation Part 2

        4:00 PM          Q and A

        4:45 PM        Fall Festival



10:00 AM    Session 6:  Covenant Theology and Children Part 1

         11:00 AM    Lunch in Church Hall

         6:00 PM       Session 7:  Covenant Theology and Children Part 2

Registration information:

Cost:  Individually -$15 for adults (students and children free)

 *You may Pre-Register by sending an Email with your family name and # of attendees  to 



Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church is located at 155 Charles Lutes Rd. in Moncton, NB E1G 2R8

Church Phone:  506-853-0544




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