It’s pretty much a word for word copy of the Westminster Confession of Faith, with the sections on Baptism and the Church reworded.
I sang in the FPC choir in Odessa for a time, their church put me more in mind of an Episcopal church with its elevated altar table with cross and candles, and pulpit on the side than any Baptist church.
I never heard of TULIP or predistination from the pulpit or in suinday school. Their thinking on the sacrament of the altar was more Zwinglian that Calvinistic. I had studied Calvin.
Ultimately I tired of the worship and went back to a liturgical church.
Presbyterian churches are more apt to be liturgical than a Reformed Baptist church. Some Presby churches are very high church, relatively speaking. Just depends on the congregation and how obsessed they are about the regulative principle. Reformed Baptists tend to be. Their statement in the London Confession on communion is Calvinistic, but yes, there is a Zwinglian strain in there. Depends on the church and how closely they follow the Confession. Some Reformed Baptists don’t follow the London Confession. Those tend to be more Zwinglian.
Do Reformed Baptists speak of sacraments, or ordinances?
Thier is a RB congregation in El Paso?
Nope. There is one in New Mexico, in Santa Teresa, never been there though. I’ve been in El Paso since 2010, because it’s where the Army stationed me. I was already Lutheran at that point. I am a CA native, and attended an RB church there.
The only churches I have worshipped at there are St George Orthodox and St Albans Episcopal.
Only one I’ve been to here is my parish, Grace Lutheran, over on the northeast side of town. I was going to go to St. George’s Sunday but missed it. Definitely this week though!