The LPC Bell ringers under the direction of our own Marcus Schlegel went to the Memory Care center to share their gifts during this Advent season. Christmas favorites were beautifully played for their audience. Their next stop is the Grace Fellowship Church. We are so lucky to have such a dedicated and talented group.
Lots of things are happening at LPC this month… Bell Choir caroling : singers are welcome to join us Dec 4 Make a boxwood tree: Dec 5 Caroling to church families: Dec11 JOIN US for some holiday fun!
Join us for a Celebration of World Communion Sunday Oct 2nd at 10:30 a.m. Originally called World Wide Communion this special service was first celebrated at Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, PA, in 1933 where Dr. Hugh Thompson Kerr served as pastor. Dr. Kerr first conceived the notion of World Communion Sunday during his year as moderator […]
Look for photos of our congregation NOT GOING to CHURCH!! Last week, 9/25, was our annual Mission Sunday! Knotted blankets and a lunch were made for the homeless at church. Diapers, school supplies and pet care supplies were sorted at the Regional Food Bank.
July 31 at 6:30 LPC will be hosting the Chester, Va. United Methodist Church Chancel choir concert. This is a FREE concert featuring this wonderful group. So mark your calendars and join us!!
ONLY 16 days until LPC’s VBS begins… Registration is open to all children entering Kindergarten to those completing 6th grade. Cave Quest VBS will take us on an amazing adventure, “spelunking” through dark caves with Jesus as our light. Campers will learn that Jesus is the solid foundation of God’s love, who lights our way and gives us Hope, […]
ONLY 35 days until LPC’s VBS begins… Registration is open to all children entering Kindergarten to those completing 6th grade. Cave Quest VBS will take us on an amazing adventure, spelunking through dark caves with Jesus as our light. Campers will learn that Jesus is the solid foundation of God’s love, who lights our way and gives us […]
On June 19 after church, we will have our annual picnic on the church lawn. Burgers and dogs will be provided. Looking for a sunny day; but if it’s not; we’ll bring the fun inside.
It was WET and COLD but that did not stop a group of LPC walkers from joining other community members on the CROP walk. Young and old showed their desire to end world hunger. Thank you to all who participated ! Photos in the gallery
Beginning this Sunday, May 1, Sunday school will be held during the church service (10:30) in the Pine Room. Thanks to Ryan D. and Pete M. who have volunteered to start us out on this new adventure. Hope to see you there!