The Christmas Eve service will begin at 7 pm. This year the service will tell the story of Jesus’ birth using scripture and carols. Music will play a major role in the service through carols, choral pieces(one featuring Izabel as a soloist) and a solo of “O Holy Night”. Join us as we celebrate Jesus’ birth […]
This Sunday, the 21st, we light the candle of JOY! JOY because a little baby was born in Bethlehem to be our Messiah. Share our JOY and listen to Zabeth as she sings to us that story as it is reenacted. Hear the children tell us how M&Ms remind them about the story. Join us at 10:30 […]
Our mitten tree will be up soon and ready to have its branches filled. So,please bring in hats, scarves and of course, gloves and mittens to fill our tree. Our tree’s bounty will warm the hands and hearts of students at Martin Luther King Magnet School.
On December 5th at 6 pm, we will gather at Ambiance Florist to create a traditional boxwood tree. This is a fun evening to share with family and friends. Rides are available. See Liz for additional details.
EVERYONE is welcome to join us on December 14 after our “JOY” service to spread Christmas joy through song to our church family and friends who look forward to our visit each year. The only requirement is that you bring your smile!
On November 30th, we will be filling boxes for our college students. Please bring in individually wrapped treats that will ship well. Our students will be receiving these boxes during exam week . We hope that they will feel our prayers and love during this stressful time.
The Advent season begins Sunday, November 30th. Our themes this year will be “Knowing Hope”, John the Baptist”; Knowing Peace, Joseph”; “Knowing Joy”, Mary and “Knowing Love”. This is a very exciting and joyful time of anticipation. Come and join us!
On Friday, November 21st there will be a delicious turkey dinner with all of the Thanksgiving extras. We will gather together at 6pm in the Pine Room. Bring the whole family!!
On Sunday, Oct. 26, a group went to the emergency housing shelter, Schuyler Inn, to bring the children a day of Halloween fun. Games were played, prizes were given, snacks were eaten and lots of laughter and giggles were heard. Look for photos in the gallery.
Instead of attending service today, LPC DID service. Congregants of LPC could be found serving others by working in the Northeast Regional Food Bank, doing yard work, making lunch for the homeless, making a meal for Ronald McDonald House and writing letters to urge US officials to get involved in returning the kidnapped Nigerian girls […]