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Invitation to the RPTS Virtual Support Dinner (Sponsored)

Typically each year in March, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary hosts its Annual Support Dinner in the banquet room of a nearby hotel in the Pittsburgh area. Usually 250 or more of our friends and supporters join us for that special evening. Indeed, in 2020, we were able to have this banquet the night before the government shut the restaurants down. With all things Covid still swirling around us, RPTS is doing something different this year. Please consider the following an invitation to join us for a unique dinner!

On March 12 at 6:30, RPTS will stream a video program across its Facebook and YouTube channels. The program will include encouraging updates of RPTS, a virtual tour of Rutherford Hall highlighting recent improvements, testimonies from our students, and the presentation of our annual Faithful Servant Award to Pastor Bob McFarland. Afterward, we will have some rooms open on Zoom so people can virtually greet Bob or ask questions of some of the staff at RPTS. We are asking friends to form or join a watch party together of this special evening.

RPTS would also like to treat you to dinner! If you sign up by February 22, we will send you ready-to-eat meals delivered to your home. All you’ll have to do is heat the meals and enjoy!

So please consider joining us that evening individually, as a family, or perhaps a larger group in your church's fellowship hall.  The smallest meal shipment is four, so if there’s a meal or two left over, that is no problem as you can just enjoy it later. Please go here if you would like more information or to this link if you want to go ahead and sign up. To view a personal invitation and further explanation from President York, go here. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at (412) 731-6000.

Barry York

Barry York

Sinner by Nature - Saved by Grace. Husband of Miriam - Grateful for Privilege. Father of Six - Blessed by God. President of RPTS - Serve with Thankfulness. Author - Hitting the Marks.

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