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Mission Opportunities

Our current mission opportunities are listed below. We invite you to explore and participate in one or several of these events. If you would like more information about any of these opportunities please contact the individual listed or the church office.


The Promised Land Ministries’ Spring of Hope Mission in Guatemala operates a school sponsorship program, called Plan Padrino, to enable local children in the villages surrounding Lake Atitlan to attend school and receive an academic education that would otherwise not be available to them. The cost to sponsor a child for the academic year (January – October) is $150 for children in kindergarten through 6th grade and $300 for children in grade 7 and higher in public schools and $300 per year for all students enrolled at Spring of Hope mission school.  This provides school supplies, backpack, shoes, gym uniform, school tuition and registration fees. For many of the children in this area of Guatemala, this is the only way that they could receive an education. For more information about the school sponsorship program, or to sponsor a child for the next school season (2013-2014), please contact Chet Marshall at 215 638-9035 or Lee Thomas at 215 357-5323.



LPC’s next mission trip to Guatemala is set for February 13 -20,  2016. We will be working with our partners, Promised Land Ministries, in serving the people of the Lake Atitlan region of the country. The main focus of this trip will be improving the living conditions of some of the families living around the lake. Read more about this project here. There is also an opportunity to be involved in a children’s VBS type ministry and assisting in the medical clinics conducted in the villages around the lake. The need is great, and it feels great to be able to help fill the need of those of God’s children who have so little in the way of material possessions or financial means. If you would like to participate in this  mission trip as a member of our “away team”,  of if you are willing to  be a part of the LPC “home team” in support of this trip, please contact Pastor Bill at the church office, or call Chet Marshall at 215 638-9035. Here is the  Guatemala Handbook – 2015 and the 2015 Mission Team Information, Application and Covenant. The 2016 handbook and covenant will be available later in the year.


Hunting Park Christian Academy collects used inkjet cartridges for recycle and credit for school supplies. In addition, HPCA’s “Wish List” includes: School Supplies: pens, pencils, calculators, chart paper; Art Supplies: construction paper, glue, washable tempera paint, watercolors, oil pastels; Office Supplies:clear tape,HPCA First day of school staples, paper clips, White-Out,dry erase markers, post-its; Modern Computer Equipment:laptops, Windows XP; School Furniture: tables,chairs, bookshelves, student and teacher desks; Gift Cards: Our teachers could always use gift cards to Staples, Office Max, and Wal-Mart: You may place your used inkjet cartridges, or other items you wish to donate, in the marked box in the LPC Heritage Hallway. For ongoing volunteer activities and other ways to help HPCA, visit  the HPCA website or call Lee Thomas at 215 357-5323

Your prayers are needed. Please visit the HPCA March 2015 prayer letter.


Both church and community members rely on LPC’s food pantry to help feed their families. Please help out by bringing non-perishable items such as: Creamy peanut butter, jelly, 100% fruit juices, canned meats (particularly chicken and ham),  canned meals (spaghetti, ravioli and stew), boxed cereals, meal helpers, rice and potatoes. Donations can be put in the appropriate box under the coat rack in Heritage Hall or dropped off at the church office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.


The LPC “Ground Transportation Department”  is looking for a few drivers who could help pick up men and women from Twining, Attleboro, Bucks County Red Cross Shelter or points in between. If you are available to cover one Sunday a month, please contact Wayne Jamison at 215-741-0292 or 609-203-2780.


Got leftovers? Why not turn your leftovers into meals for our Aid For Friends ministry? You can find foil meal trays or soup containers in the LPC Narthex and in the Chapel. Please feel free to take as many as you can fill with a balanced meal or a hearty soup, freeze and return to LPC. Meals are collected the second Sunday of each month, but they can be dropped off any Sunday morning when the kitchen is open or during church office hours, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information on how you can help, contact Deacon Tom Brown at 215 750-9265.


The LPC Board of Deacons works with the Bucks County Housing Group to maintain an apartment for families attempting to obtain permanent housing and become self sufficient. Kitchen utensils, pans, pots, and baking pans as well as general cleaning products and laundry detergent are needed. Non-perishable food items are also needed for the Food Pantry. If you can donate any of these items they can be placed in the blue plastic container in the Heritage Hallway. For information on how you can help contact Charlotte Hayn at 215-688-7734.  LPC volunteers help in the BCHG food pantry on the third Thursday of every month. If you would like to volunteer to work at the BCHG Food Pantry please call Alex Jacoski at 215-750-3736.


LPC hosts regularly scheduled American Red Cross blood drives.  . Donors are always urgently needed. If you are a frequent donor, or have never been a blood donor, please consider this opportunity to give the gift of life. For further information, or to set up an appointment, please call Peg Donnelly at 215 943-4052 or the church office. Walk-ins are also welcome!


GAiN provides many ways to become involved through their Mount Joy, PA distribution center as well as numerous other mission opportunities. Please visit the GAiN web site for more information on this mission opportunity as well as other current GAiN missions, or contact Claire Johnson 215 639-8980.


Do you need more room in your closet? The Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission can help. This mission provides meals and overnight shelter, helps women with transitional housing, and has a men’s recovery program. This is also an LPC youth ministry site. The mission now has a thrift shop in Penndel at 71 Bellevue Ave.  The thrift store accepts laundered clothing in good condition, furniture, household goods, laundered bedding and linens, books and small kitchen appliances in working condition Monday-Friday, 10am to 5 pm and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm. For additional information click here or contact the church office.

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