"Christians and the Internet" newsletter
CATI, Vol. 1, No. 34:  August 25, 2000.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. FREE EMAIL NEWSLETTERS: SOME SUGGESTIONS TO CONSIDER
2. MY NAPARC-PLUS WEB DIRECTORY, PART FIVE: PCA CHURCHES, A-F
3. ADDITIONAL ARP, RCUS, AND RPCNA CONGREGATION WEB SITES
4. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION FOR THIS NEWSLETTER
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1. FREE EMAIL NEWSLETTERS: SOME SUGGESTIONS TO CONSIDER
"CATI" is a free email newsletter devoted to "Christians And
The Internet."  It is hoped that you are finding CATI to be
useful and/or enjoyable, but there are also other newsletters
around that you may also find useful and/or enjoyable.  That
is the topic for this article.
There are so many "free" email newsletters around that there
is no hope of presenting a comprehensive list.  My intention
is simply to say a few general comments about subscribing to
email newsletters and then to suggest a few newsletters you
may want to consider (assuming they cover subjects in which
you have an interest).
Some "free" newsletters are simply "spam," clutter that you
would not want filling up your mailbox.  Even the good "free"
newsletters are usually not entirely free:  they are "free"
only because they carry advertising.  (Unlike such, CATI does
not carry advertising, but CATI is a rare exception in this
regard.)  So you usually (but not always) have to put up with
a certain amount of "commercials" to read (or skip over, if
you prefer).  
So make sure that there is enough really solid content in the
newsletter to make subscribing worthwhile.  Also, when you are
filling out the form to subscribe, if you are asked whether
you would like to receive other related material from time to
time I would recommend that you say "no."  My advice is to
subscribe to newsletters which have a privacy policy that will
give you some assurance that your email address will not be
shared with (or sold to) anyone else.
Finally, I would advise that you use a special email address
just for newsletter subscriptions.  That way if you start to
get spam -- unwanted email -- as a result of subscribing to a
newsletter, it will not get mixed in with your regular email
from family and friends.
It is a good idea to protect the email address you use for
family and friends and to use a "disposable" email address
for other purposes (such as a place to receive newsletters).
If your Internet Service Provider does not offer you multiple
email addresses without an extra charge, there are lots of
other places where you are able to get another email address
at no cost.  That might be a good topic for a future issue
of CATI.  In the meantime, the following site provides links
to many free email providers:
CoolFinder: Free E-Mail Services
  http://www.coolfinder.com/free/freemail.htm
By the way, speaking of possible good topics for future issues
of CATI, another one might be email mailing lists -- also
called listservs or majordomos -- which are like discussion
groups and significantly different from being placed on the
mailing list for a free email newsletter.  But that's another
topic for another time.
The following lists of some Christian and general free email
newsletters are somewhat arbitrary.  This is NOT an attempt to
make a list of "the best newsletters."  Although I hope that
the ones I mention here may be worth your considering (again,
if you're interested in the subject), there may be equally
good (or better) newsletters that are missed here (if so, let
me know, and I may include your suggestion in a future issue).
A Few "Christian" Free Email Newsletters to Consider:
AFA Action Alert (Dr. Donald E. Wildmon)
The "AFA" stands for "American Family Association."  If you
want to support what's family-friendly and boycott what's not,
the AFA Action Alert can be very informative.
  http://www.afa.net/news_issues/Action_Alerts/action_alerts.html
Breakpoint (Chuck Colson)
"A Christian Perspective on Today's News and Trends."  Click
on "Subscribe!" under "TRANSCRIPT" in menu on the left, and
you'll be able to receive daily transcripts of Chuck Colson's
"Breakpoint" radio program in your email box.
  http://www.breakpoint.org/
CO (Christianity Online) Connection Newsletter
"The CO Connection newsletter, delivered via e-mail every
Friday, is one opportunity for you to participate in our
exciting community.... Here are just some of the features
you'll find in each issue:
Open Line: A sometimes lighthearted, sometimes serious,
look at living the Christian life. 
Uplink: Because you can't be everywhere on the Web, our very
own Mike Herman finds and reviews the best Web sites for you.
What's New: The latest FREE articles and special features
from magazines like Christianity Today, Today's Christian
Woman, and Christian Parenting Today.
Vital Resources: Learn about the online communities and
interest areas on Christianity Online. Make some new friends
or learn more about your favorite band. There's something
here for everybody.
Home Page of the Week: We pick a top home page from CO
Hometown every week....
Sign Off: Kids say the funniest things.
And more..."
Click on "FREE Newsletter" under "COMMUNITY" in the menu at
the left on the following page:
  http://www.christianityonline.com/
Hollywood Jesus News (David Bruce)
If you like the movies, you may enjoy this weekly newsletter,
which attempts to critique popular films from a Christian
perspective.
  http://www.hollywoodjesus.com/news.htm
Internet for Christians Newsletter (Quentin J. Schulze)
Also concerned with Christians and the Internet, Dr. Schulze's
newsletter takes a rather different approach than that taken
by CATI.  Since there is little overlap, you may decide that
you would like to subscribe to both.  To subscribe to "IFC,"
click on "Subscribe" at the top of the following page:
  http://www.gospelcom.net/ifc/newsletter.shtml
Rest Ministries Newsletter
A Christian daily devotional intended for those suffering with
chronic illness of chronic pain.  "We offer our newsletter in
two forms. We ... offer a free online condensed version [sent
via email] because we understand that finances can be tight
when you have a chronic condition."  Their statement of faith
is evangelical rather than Reformed, but the work is commended
by such people as Joni Eareckson Tada, who says, "It is such
an inspiration to me to see the work that God is doing through
Lisa [Copen] and Rest Ministries. It is such very important
work and not many people are doing it."
  http://www.restministries.org/res-newsrequest.htm
Spurgeon's Morning and Evening Daily Devotions
"Subscribe... FREE! Get CHARLES SPURGEON by email every day."
Although I am not doing it by email, I am using Spurgeon's
Morning and Evening currently for my morning and evening
personal devotions, and I am finding it to be spiritually
very profitable.
  http://www.devotionals.net/Spurgeon/
A Few "General" Free Email Newsletters to Consider:
Dummies Daily
Yes, these newsletters are brought to you by the same people
who are responsible for the helpful "... for Dummies" books. 
Here you can subscribe to various newsletters in the areas
of Computing, Internet, Lifestyle, Money and Investing, Pets,
or Sports and Recreation.  The newsletters are brief (just a
paragraph long plus advertising), but you do get them daily.
(By the way, if you sign up for one or more newsletters from
Dummies Daily, I advise that you indicate that you do NOT want
them to send you related notices -- see bottom of their signup
page).
  http://www.dummiesdaily.com/
Internet Toolbus (Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispen)
"Net gurus Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispen...explain Internet
technology in plain English, with a dash of humor. Since 1995,
Tourbus riders have been getting the scoop on search engines,
spam, viruses, cookies, urban legends, and the most useful
sites on the Net. So why surf when you can ride the bus? Join
90,000 others from 130 countries, and hop on the Bus today."
Some people may find some articles too "techie" and sometimes
the newsletters may be a but uneven in content, but some of
the articles (such as Crispen's Antivirus Rules) can be very
helpful.
  http://www.tourbus.com/
JokesEveryDay
"If you like jokes then you'll love the JokesEveryDay.Com
mailing list. We send three great jokes directly to your
e-mail every day - for free! Each and every day we supply you
with clean and enjoyable humor. Our over 71,000 subscribers
can't be wrong, so give JokesEveryDay.com a try...."  This
newsletter is better and cleaner) than some joke newsletters,
but you'll get a lot of ads in the newsletter as well.
  http://www.jokeseveryday.com/
LangaList (Fred Langa)
"Is the newsletter any good? Well, it was named one of the
world's top 5 ezines by the eZines database; it's one of the
top 10 most-frequently-recommended computer ezines tracked
by the Recommend-It service; and the subscriber base grew by
almost 500% in 1999!"  Some of the material is for computer
geeks, so this newsletter isn't for everyone, but I find it
to be one of the most helpful newsletters I receive (as you
may know from my fairly frequent references to it in CATI). 
  http://www.langa.com/newsletter.htm
Lockergnome (Chris Pirillo)
"We'll send our e-mail newsletter to you...packed with the
latest Windows freeware, games, multimedia, fonts, Web sites,
tips & tricks, updates, drivers, themes, computer industry
news, and more.... HTML Daily issues are mailed out on
weekdays; they're colorful, graphical, & informational. The
classic Text Weekly is a weekend digest; its contents are
composed of that week's HTML Daily issues.... Every issue is
FREE, fun, and very informative...." Like the LangaList, some
of this newsletter is for computer geeks, but I find it to be
valuable.  If you do subscribe, I recommend the weekend text
digest rather than the HTML daily issues.
  http://www.lockergnome.com/    
Surfing the Net with Kids (Barbara J. Feldman)
"My free semi-weekly newsletter ferrets out the best of the
online world for more than 62,000 kids, families and teachers
worldwide."  The newsletter is available in either text or
HTML.
  http://www.surfnetkids.com/emailedition.htm
If that's not enough to explore, you may want to check out
some of the possibilities mentioned here:
The Web's Best FREE E-mail Newsletters: Page 1
  http://www.thefreesite.com/Email_Freebies/Free_newsletters/index.html
The Web's Best FREE E-mail Newsletters: Page 2
  http://www.thefreesite.com/Email_Freebies/Free_newsletters/index1.html
The Web's Best FREE E-mail Newsletters: Page 3
  http://www.thefreesite.com/Email_Freebies/Free_newsletters/index2.html
Again, my specific suggestions are just a small sample of what
is available.  If you have discovered a free email newsletter
that you really like, tell me about it, and I may mention it
in an upcoming issue of CATI.
Enjoy!
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2. MY NAPARC-PLUS WEB DIRECTORY, PART FIVE: PCA CHURCHES, A-F
As mentioned in four previous issues of CATI, NAPARC stands
for "North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council."  Here
is the basis of the Council:
"Confessing Jesus Christ as only Savior and Sovereign Lord
over all of life, we affirm the basis of the fellowship of
Presbyterian and Reformed Churches to be full commitment to
the Bible in its entirety as the Word of God written, without
error in all its parts and to its teaching as set forth in
the Heidelberg Catechism, the Belgic Confession, the Canons
of Dordt, the Westminster Confession of Faith, and the
Westminster Larger and Shorter Catechisms...."
And here are the member congregations:
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church 
Korean-American Presbyterian Church 
Orthodox Presbyterian Church 
Presbyterian Church in America 
Reformed Church in the United States 
Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America
I'm in the process of putting together a directory of churches
in conservative Reformed denominations (primarily those in
NAPARC) that have Web pages.  To addition to the six NAPARC
denominations, I also intend to include in my own directory
congregations that belong to the United Reformed Churches of
North America, a denomination which holds similar convictions.
The fifth installment to the Web directory of churches is the
first part of a list of congregations in the Presbyterian
Church in America who are on the Internet.  (Please notify me
of any errors that need to be corrected or additions that
should be made to the list.  Thanks!)
Here's the denominational home page for the PCA:
Presbyterian Church in America
  http://www.pcanet.org/
Here is some background on the PCA, taken from the PCA Web
site:
"The Presbyterian Church in America has a strong commitment
to evangelism, missionary work at home and abroad, and to
Christian education. From its inception, the church has
determined its purpose to be 'faithful to the Scriptures,
true to the reformed faith, and obedient to the Great
Commission.'
"Organized at a constitutional assembly in December 1973,
this church....separated from the Presbyterian Church in the
United States (Southern) in opposition to the long-developing
theological liberalism which denied the deity of Jesus Christ
and the inerrancy and authority of Scripture. Additionally,
the PCA held to the traditional position on the role of women
in church offices....
"In 1982, the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod,
joined the Presbyterian Church in America....
"The PCA has made a firm commitment on the doctrinal standards
which had been significant in presbyterianism since 1645,
namely the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms.
These doctrinal standards express the distinctives of the
Calvinistic or Reformed tradition.
"Among the distinctive doctrines of the Westminster Standards
and of Reformed tradition is the unique authority of the
Bible. The reformers based all of their claims on "sola
scriptura," the Scriptures alone....  Other distinctives are
the doctrines of grace, which depict what God has done for
mankind’s salvation...
"The PCA maintains the historic polity of Presbyterian
governance set forth in The Book of Church Order, namely
rule by presbyters (or elders) and the graded assemblies or
courts. These courts are the session, governing the local
church; the presbytery, for regional matters; and the
general assembly, at the national level....
"The PCA is one of the faster growing denominations in the
United States, with over 1400 churches and missions throughout
the USA and Canada. There are almost 300,000 communicant and
non-communicant members as of December 1998...."
  --A Brief History of the Presbyterian Church in America
      http://www.pcanet.org/general/history.htm
Related to the PCA are Covenant Seminary and Covenant College.
Here's where you'll find the Web site for Covenant Theological
Seminary:
Covenant Theological Seminary:
  http://www.covenantseminary.edu/
And here's where you'll find the Web site for Covenant College,
a well-respected Christian college:
Covenant College
  http://www.covenant.edu/
Incidentally, my son graduated summa cum laude from Covenant
College in 1999, with a double major in English and philosophy
and a minor in Biblical studies, and we are grateful for the
quality education he received at Covenant.  (Right now he is
in the process of exploring possible Ph.D. programs in English
literature.  If any CATI readers have any advice to share in
that area, we'd love to hear from you!)
Here's where you'll find a directory of congregations in the
PCA:
Presbyterian Church in America: Church Directory
  http://216.5.214.50/directory.asp
Some PCA congregations do not yet have a Web page, but here
are some I know of that do (ApF, by state):
UNITED STATES
ALABAMA
Auburn
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Auburn
Pastor: Rev. Gary B. Spooner  
  http://covpresbauburn.org/
Birmingham
Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Birmingham
Pastor: Rev. Harry L. Reeder, III  
  http://www.briarwood.org/
Faith Presbyterian Church, Birmingham
Pastor: Rev. J. Alan Carter  
  http://www.faithpcabirmingham.org/
Demopolis
First Presbyterian Church, Demopolis
Pastor: Rev. Thomas R. Carr
  http://www.ForMinistry.com/36732FPC
Enterprise
First Presbyterian Church, Enterprise
Pastor: Rev. James A. Baxter  
  http://www.firstpreschurch.org/
Huntsville
Southwood Presbyterian Church, Huntsville
Pastor: Rev. Michael Honeycutt  
  http://Southwood.org/ 
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Huntsville
Pastor: Rev. Paul H. Alexander  
  http://www.westminster-pc.org/
Montgomery
Trinity Presbyterian Church, Montgomery
Pastor: Rev. Claude E. McRoberts, III  
  http://www.trinitypca.org/
Moody
Community Presbyterian Church, Moody
Pastor: Rev. Burt H. Boykin, Jr.  
  http://www.CommunityPCA.com/
Prattville
First Presbyterian Church, Prattville
Pastor: Rev. Henry Lewis Smith
  http://www.prattville-fpc.com/
Rainbow City
Rainbow Presbyterian Church, Rainbow City
Pastor: Rev. William N. Whitwer  
  http://www.rainbowpca.org/
ARKANSAS
Hot Springs
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Hot Springs
  http://www.covenant-hotsprings.org/
ARIZONA
Peoria
Fellowship of Grace, Peoria
Pastor: Rev. William G. Phillips  
  http://www.neta.com/~fgc/
CALIFORNIA
Anaheim
Sa Rang Community Church (Korean), Anaheim
Pastor: Rev. Jung Hyun Oh  
  http://www.sarang.com/
Artesia
Cornerstone Community Church, Artesia
Pastor: Rev. Mark A. House  
  http://members.xoom.com/Cornerstone/
Bakersfield
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Bakersfield
Pastor: Rev. Doug Van Der Pol
  http://www.geocities.com/purifiedheart/Page_1/CPCA.htm
Calabasas
Church in the Canyon, Calabasas
Pastor: Rev. Steven L. Muzio  
  http://www.instanet.com/~citc/
Concord
Oak Hills Presbyterian Church, Concord
Pastor: Rev. Alan B. Waldecker  
  http://www.jps.net/oakhills/
Elk Grove
Soaring Oaks Church, Elk Grove
Pastor: Rev. Bruce D. Marcey  
  http://www.soaringoaks.com/
Escondido
New Life PCA, Escondido
Pastor: Rev. Dennis Johnson
  http://www.newlife-escondido.org/ 
Trinity Presbyterian Church, Escondido
Pastor: Rev. Ken Wendland
  http://trinitypcaescondido.org/
Los Altos
Peninsula Hills Presbyterian Church, Los Altos
  http://www.PeninsulaHills.org/
North Hills
Valley Presbyterian Church, North Hills
Pastor: Rev. Ronald S. Svendsen  
  http://www.valleypresbyterian.org/
Paso Robles
Covenant Community Church, Paso Robles
Pastor: Rev. Marcus Serven
  http://fp.tcsn.net/barbsbooks/cccpca.htm
Pleasanton
Grace Church of Pleasanton, Pleasanton
Pastor: Rev. David C. Crenshaw  
  http://www.GracePleasanton.com/
Roseville
Valley Springs Presbyterian Church, Roseville
Pastor: Rev. David A. George  
  http://www.valleysprings.org/
San Diego
New Hope Presbyterian Church, San Diego
Pastor: Rev. John D. Tinnin  
  http://www.newhopesandiego.com/
San Francisco
City Church of San Francisco, San Francisco
Pastor: Rev. Fred O. Harrell  
  http://www.citychurchsf.org/
San Ramon
Canyon Creek Presbyterian Church, San Ramon
Pastor: Rev. Martin W. Scales  
  http://www.canyoncreekchurch.com/
Yorba Linda
Rock Foundation Church, Yorba Linda
Pastor: Rev. Tae Shin  
  http://www.rockfoundation.org/
COLORADO
Boulder
Tree of Life Presbyterian Church, Boulder
Pastor: Rev. Richard W. Bledsoe  
  http://www.treeoflife.org/boulder/
Broomfield
Rocky Mountain Presbyterian Church, Broomfield
Pastor: Rev. James M. Talarico
  http://www.rockymtnpca.org/
Castle Rock
Canyon Pines Presbyterian Mission, Castle Rock
Pastor: Rev. Stephen C. Baldwin  
  http://www.CanyonPines.org/
Colorado Springs
Village Seven Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs
Pastor: Rev. A. Joseph Wheat, III  
  http://www.v7pc.org/
Ft. Collins
Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, Ft. Collins
Pastor: Rev. Carter H. Mills  
  http://www.fortcollinspca.org/
Parker
Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Parker
Pastor: Rev. Steve Reese
  http://www.redeemer.to/
Wheat Ridge
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Wheat Ridge
Pastor: Rev. Evan C. Hock  
  http://members.aol.com/covpresden/
CONNECTICUT
Coventry
Presbyterian Church of Coventry, Coventry
Pastor: Rev. Brad D. Evans  
  http://www.integrity.net/pcc/
Groton
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Ledyard Center
Pastor: Rev. David D. Prescott  
  http://www.99main.com/~cpcpca/
New Haven
Christ Presbyterian Church, New Haven
Pastor: Rev. Preston Don Graham, Jr.  
  http://www.yale.edu/cpc/
DELAWARE
Dover
Grace Presbyterian Church, Dover
Pastor: Rev. Jonathan P. Seda
  http://www.gpcdover.org/
New Castle
Heritage Presbyterian Church, New Castle
Pastor: Rev. Bruce B. Howes  
  http://www.heritage-church.org/
Newark
Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Newark
Pastor: Rev. Stephen M. Arrick  
  http://members.aol.com/epcnewark/
FLORIDA
Boca Raton
Spanish River Presbyterian Church, Boca Raton
Pastor: Rev. P. David Nicholas  
  http://www.spanishriver.com/
Clearwater
Christ Community Presbyterian Church, Clearwater
Pastor: Rev. James Mitchell  
  http://members.xoom.com/ccpca/
Ft. Lauderdale
Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Ft. Lauderdale
Pastor: Rev. D. James Kennedy  
  http://www.crpc.org/2000/
Gainesville
Christ Community Mission, Gainesville
Pastor: Rev. William Robert Pendley  
  http://www.christcommunitychurch.com/
Faith Presbyterian Church, Gainesville
Pastor: Rev. D. Marion Clark  
  http://www.fpc-gnv.org/
Jacksonville
Orgega Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville
Pastor: Rev. David L. Burke
  http://www.ortegapres.org/
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville
Pastor: Rev. Stephen Craig Jennings  
  http://www.wpcajax.org/
Lake Mary
River Oaks Presbyterian Church, Lake Mary
Pastor: Rev. John M. Montgomery, Jr.  
  http://www.riveroakschurch.com/
Lecanto
Seven Rivers Presbyterian Church, Lecanto
Pastor: Rev. Raymond A. Cortese  
  http://www.sevenrivers.org/
Margate
First Presbyterian Church of Coral Springs, Margate
Pastor: Rev. G. Michael Potts  
  http://fpcmargate.org/
Palm Bay
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Palm Bay
Pastor: Rev. Dan Hendley  
  http://www.ccs-cpc.org/
Panama City
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Panama City
Pastor: Rev. Robert S. Hayes  
  http://www.covenantpca.net/
Pensacola
McIlwain Memorial Presbyterian, Pensacola
Pastor: Rev. Charles G. DeBardeleben  
  http://www.mcilwain.org/
Rockledge
New Life Church of Central Brevard, Rockledge
Pastor: Brent Drake
  http://www.eolusa.com/newlife/
Sebring
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Sebring
Pastor: Rev. W. Darrell Arnold
  http://covpressebring.virtualave.net/
Tallahassee
Wildwood Presbyterian Church, Tallahassee
Pastor: Rev. Robert S. Evans  
  http://www.wildwoodpca.org/
Venice
Auburn Road Presbyterian Church, Venice
Pastor: Rev. Dwight L. Dolby  
  http://www.arpca.org/
Winter Haven
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Winter Haven
  http://www.cpc-pca.org/
Winter Park
St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Winter Park
Pastor: Rev. Mike Malone
  http://www.stpaulpca.org/
Winter Springs
Willow Creek Church, Winter Springs
Pastor: Rev. Peter A. Alwinson  
  http://www.willowcreekchurch.org/
(to be continued...)
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3. ADDITIONAL ARP, RCUS, AND RPCNA CONGREGATION WEB SITES
The following CATI article included a list of congregations in
the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (ARP) that have Web
pages:
My NAPARC-Plus Web Directory, Part Three: ARP Congregations
  http://www.traver.org/cati/archives/cati32.htm#2
Here are additional Web sites not originally included in that list:
MISSISSIPPI
New Albany
Hopewell ARP Church, New Albany
Pastor: Rev. Steve R. Woods
  www.forministry.com/38652HARPC
SOUTH CAROLINA

McCormick

Pressly Memorial ARP Church, McCormick
Pastor: Rev. R. Eldredge Kelley, Pastor
  http://www.geocities.com/arp29835/
The following CATI article included a list of congregations in
the Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS) that have Web
pages:
My NAPARC-Plus Web Directory, Part Two: RCUS Congregations
  http://www.traver.org/cati/archives/cati31.htm#1
Here's an additional Web site not originally included in that list:
NORTH DAKOTA
Minot
Harvest Reformed Church, Minot, North Dakota
Pastor: Rev. Michael Voytek
  http://www.minot.com/~harvest/
The following CATI article included a list of congregations in
the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA) that
have Web pages:
My NAPARC-Plus Web Directory, Part Four: RPCNA Congregations
  http://www.traver.org/cati/archives/cati33.htm#2
Here are additional Web sites not originally included in that list:
NEW YORK
North Syracuse
Syracuse Reformed Presbyterian Church, North Syracuse
Pastor: Rev. Brian E. Coombs
  http://www.reformed.com/syracuse/
Syracuse
Syracuse Reformed Presbyterian Church, Syracuse
Pastor: Rev. Kenneth G. Smith
  http://www.reformed.com/syracuse/
PENNSYLVANIA
New Alexandria
New Alexandria Reformed Presbyterian Church, New Alexandria
Pastor: Rev. A. Wayne Duffield
  http://www.forministry.com/15670narpc
New Castle
Rose Point Reformed Presbyterian Church, New Castle
Pastor: Rev. Robert Schmidtberger
  http://users.churchserve.com/pa/rprpcofrp
If you know of any other additions or changes that should be
made to any of the lists published thus far in CATI, please
send a note to me at cati@traver.org.  Thanks!
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