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ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING January 25, 2015

Please direct any questions to LPC secretary, Sally Schulze at 215-752-3200

(Office hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00) or Email Sally.

   

annmtgcAnnual Congregational Meeting, Sunday, February 1, 2015 1:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary All are encouraged to attend, to be informed, and if listed on the roll of active members, to vote. The purpose of the meeting is to: Elect elders, deacons, and trustees; Elect an auditor; Elect members-at-large to the 2015 Congregational Nominating Committee; Review and receive the 2014 Annual Reports; Receive the 2015 Annual Budget; Consider amendments to the Pastor’s Terms of Call; Conduct any other business properly coming before the Congregation or corporation.
STAY FOR LUNCH: Following the 9:45 a.m. worship service on Sunday, February 1st, the Work Camp Team will prepare and serve a meal before the annual meeting. Funds raised will support the 2015 Work Camp. Luncheon will be served at 11:15 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. The Annual Meeting begins at 1:00 p.m.
SOUPEsoupPot__219R BOWL OF CARING: The Souper Bowl of Caring movement has transformed Super Bowl weekend into a youth-led weekend of giving and serving, positively impacting communities by collecting money or food for a local charity. On Sunday, February 1st, our LPC youth are collecting funds in large soup pots. All financial donations will go toward supporting our ministry during the 30Hour Famine.  Thanks in advance for your generosity.
NEW FAITH ACTS CLASSES: Faith Acts has kicked back into gear with three brand new classes! Classes run through February 12th.  If you missed last semester, you still haven’t missed out!   You can join Bill Patterson in the Chapel as he explains how to be a Contagious Christian, a class designed to help everyday Christians to confidently and effectively spread their faith to people they know.     You can explore the attributes of God in Becky Teague’s High King of Heaven.  The more correctly and fully we know God, the richer will be our worship and prayer life, and the more able we will be to live a life that is pleasing to him. Join Becky in Room 6.   You can enroll in Paul 101 and meet the Apostle in an introductory course taught by Eric Baldwin in the Library. The class will use texts from the Bible (Paul’s letters and the Acts of the Apostles written by Luke the Physician) to learn about Paul’s life and teaching.     Be a part of the fun at Faith Acts!Our home-cooked dinner is at 5:15 p.m. and classes start at 6:15 p.m. Hope to see you there!
WOMEN’S RETREAT: The 2015 Women’s Spring Retreat, April 24th-26th at Kenbrook Retreat Center, will to be a great time of learning, fellowship, and fun. You’ll gain new skills, knowledge and appreciation for God’s Word as well as a deeper love for the Lord Jesus through some interactive instruction from our Bible teacher, Paige Britton.     We expect to fill up fairly quickly. Cost for this spiritual getaway is $185 and includes five meals.  Detailed registration forms are located in the literature carousels in the Chapel and the Narthex.  Please give your completed registration form and payment to Lisa Woods or place it in the Women’s Retreat mail slot located in the office hallway
 SAVE THE Dmen's retreatATE – MEN’S RETREAT: The 2015 Men’s Retreat is coming!Be a part of an incredible weekend at The Tuscarora Inn & Conference Center, May 1-3, 2015. Be encouraged and refreshed by fellowship, worship, teaching, and always great food and games. This year we will be led by Rev. Dan Morrison, Pastor of Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church, as we explore the Christian understanding of Faith. Make sure to reserve your spot now! So that we can make sure we have enough room, please let us know that you’re planning on coming by December 15th. Space is limited and sure to fill up! For information, grab a flier in the narthex; contact Doug Jenkins at (215) 439-8260.
 ARE WE snow shovelingHAVING CHURCH? Should you be uncertain about whether to head out to worship some snowy Sunday please: Use your own best judgment.  Don’t venture out if you don’t feel comfortable doing so. Watch the television or internet for warnings of unsafe conditions. Don’t venture out if the authorities have asked us to stay at home. Check langhornepres.org or your email. We will do our best to put an announcement on the homepage and send an email letting you know if we have plans to cancel worship
 YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS: Stay in the loop about what’s going on for the teens and young adults at LPC! Like us on Facebook at LPC Youth and Young Adult. Follow us on twitter at LPCYouth@YouthLPC.

 

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