|I was hungry and you fed me, I was thirsty and you gave me a drink,
I was homeless and you gave me a room. – Matthew 25:35
At LPC it is our goal to have every member of the congregation to be involved in a Ministry and a Mission. Mission involvement includes both the “home team” and the “away team.” For more information contact the church office. For our current mission opportunities, and how you can participate in them, click here.
Through financial gifts and personal involvement, we support a wide variety of individuals, families and organizations, including:
Promised Land Ministries – Guatemala : PLM’s vision is to assist local and native churches, to reach the lost,to bring relief to the less fortunate and to provide food and education for children. “Go into all the entire world and preach the Gospel to all the creatures”. Mark 16:15
PLM exists to bring the Gospel to all. PLM is committed to working with local churches to reach the lost in their communities within their context. They assist pastors and leaders through training and also provide resources to build up the people.. They believe that children are the future of any nation, so they develop centers where children are being fed and also educated in order to become better citizens with the word of God in their hearts.. Through working together, staff, mission teams and individuals, they meet the needs of the less fortunate in a practical way. Read more about LPC’s Guatemala mission project.
Hunting Park Christian Academy : HPCA provides quality, Christian education to at-risk children from low-income families. HPCA maintains a very low tuition with a good scholarship program so that Christian education can be accessible to the poor in the Hunting Park community. They have tutoring for students who enter the school behind their grade level. The students have made great progress academically since implementing the Foundations and Frame works material into the overall HPCA curriculum in 2006. Since most of the students are not raised in Christian homes, they do all they can to train them up in the ways of the Lord. Many of the students have heard the gospel of Jesus Christ for the first time at HPCA and have come to know the Lord. Some students have been influential in bringing their parents to church. Learn more about the LPC partnership with HPCA.
Please pray for the faculty and students at HPCA. Please visit the HPCA December 2013 prayer letter .
Presbyterian Church of Masvingo, Zimbabwe, Africa – LPC’s sister congregation in south central Africa. The people of Masvingo have endured the incredible hardships of an oppressive government, economic disaster and personal tragedy. Circumstances currently limit LPC’s partnership with Masvingo. Despite the circumstances surrounding this congregation, they have established a Preaching Station in Zimuto, Zimbabwe, which is near Masvingo, to witness to the residents of that area. Please click here to view a crusade recently held in Zimuto.
Bethanna is a Christian organization that provides the highest quality system of care for children and families in order to ensure safety, restore emotional wellness, and build family stability. Core to Bethanna’s mission is providing services with excellence. Embodied in this pursuit of excellence is ensuring that the worth and dignity of each child and family member served is respected and valued. This is reflected in Bethanna’s absolute commitment to implement strengths based approaches in all aspects of service delivery.
Bucks County Housing Group A private, non-profit social service organization that provides a wide range of housing and related social services to homeless and low-income families. Its primary goal is to assist families attain permanent housing and self-sufficiency.
GAiN Global Aid Network is a multi-national network of ministries serving to demonstrate the love of God, through word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects. As the humanitarian aid arm of Campus Crusade for Christ, GAIN spans the globe helping to meet physical needs in areas of poverty and despair and providing hope through evangelistic outreach.
Life Abundant, Inc. is a prison ministry focused on the inmates of the Bucks County Correctional Facility and their families. LAM strives to break the cycle of repeated imprisonment by introducing inmates, ex-offenders and their families to Jesus Christ. Through God’s love and grace inmates overcome their addictions or other problems that were the cause of their repeated incarceration. As inmates, ex-offenders and their families develop Christian principles in their lives as they become productive members of our society.
Medical Benevolence Foundation – For over forty years, the Medical Benevolence Foundation(MBF) has worked to provide hope and healing to those most in need.Working with our international church partners, MBF supports healing ministries in more than 100 hospitals and clinics throughout the world.MBF partners with PCUSA congregations and mission agencies to provide medical supplies and personnel for both long-term and emergency relief.
Dr. John Cropsey – . Dr. John is an ophthalmologist with Hope Africa University and Kibuye Hope Hospital in Burundi, East Africa. You can lean more about his work at the new Kibuye Hope Hospital Eye Unit and the current status of Dr. Cropsey and family here.
Presbytery of Philadelphia – Camp Kirkwood – Kirkwood Camp and Retreat Center, owned by the Presbytery of Philadelphia,consists of 286 acres with such diversity as large meadows for games,a pond for boating, swimming and hiking trails winding through laurel hammocks, piney forests, and stands of hardwood. The highlights of this site include the suspension bridge which crosses Big Pocono creek which is suitable for tubing, fly fishing and environmental studies as well as “the ridge” which gives a majestic view of the Pocono mountains including the Delaware Water Gap. As a camper once said, “Camp would not be camp without a ridge and a bridge”.
Aid for Friends – Aid for Friends’ mission is to serve needy, isolated shut-ins,primarily the frail elderly, with free daily home-cooked meals delivered weekly by volunteer visitors. The goal is to help our homebound “client/friends” maintain their cherished independence and to remain in their own homes for as long as possible and enhance their quality of life. LPC people help prepare Aid for Friends meals as part of the ministry our deacon board.