New Covenant Presbyterian Church

Reformed Presbyterian, Missional, Christian Richmond Hill, GA
New Covenant Presbyterian Church

Who We Are

New Covenant Presbyterian Church is church plant of the PCA in Richmond Hill, GA. Richmond Hill is a growing suburb of Savannah, GA. New Covenant is a mission work of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) in Richmond Hill, Ga.

We exist for the worship of the living and true God in spirit and truth. We are eager to proclaim the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ throughout the Coastal area of Southeast, GA. We are committed to the ministry of the word of God and the central place of the preaching of Jesus Christ crucified. We do not exist for political agendas, social activism, or any other causes--no matter how legitimate or good they may be. It is our sincere desire to serve the Richmond Hill community with the pure word of the Gospel and the demonstration of the love of Christ in the good works He has prepared for us. We are an elder led congregation.

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Richmond Hill, GA 31324



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Leadership View all

Nick Batzig

Rev. Nicholas T. Batzig is the organizing pastor of New Covenant Presbyterian Church. Nick grew up on St. Simons Island, Ga. In 2001 he moved to Greenville, SC where he met his wife Anna, and attended Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. In 2007 Nick and Anna had their first son, Micah Gersham Batzig. The Batzigs then moved to Philadelphia where Nick was an intern at Tenth Presbyterian Church. Nick and Anna had their second son, Elijah Alexander Batzig, while in Philadelphia. In November of 2008 Nick accepted the call to be the organizing pastor of the Richmond Hill church plant. The Batzigs moved to Richmond Hill in February 2009 to begin the church plant. In July 2010 they had their third son, Judah David Batzig. Currently Nick is working on a Th.M at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. The subject of his thesis is "The Third Use of the Law in the Westminster Standards." Nick blogs at Feeding On Christ, has written numerous articles for Tabletalk Magazine, Reformation 21, and is published in Jonathan Edwards and Scotland (Dunedin, 2011). You can find several of his published book reviews here. Nick is also a regular panelists on Christ the Center a podcast of The Reformed Forum. In addition, Nick is the host of the forthcoming show East of Eden: The Biblical and Systematic Theology of Jonathan Edwards. You can friend him on Facebook here. Nick is on Twitter @nick_batzig.

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