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ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING April 20, 2014

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

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

 

scienceHAS SCIENCE BURIED GOD?  On Thursday, April 24th, Faith Acts presents Has Science Buried God? Join us at 6:15 p.m. as we watch Dr. John Lennox debate Dr. Richard Dawkins at Oxford University. Lennox, an Oxford trained Doctor of Mathematics and devout Christian, debates Dawkins, also Oxford trained and figurehead of the New Atheist movement, on whether scientific discoveries have disproven the existence of God. This one-time event is sure to spark lots of discussion and teach us how we may share the Gospel with our atheist friends and family members.
ONE GREAT HOUR OF SHARING: This year’s OGHS mission offering will be equally divided between Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Samaritan’s Purse and World Vision. These organizations provide life-giving physical support in times of absolute disaster and life-saving knowledge of the love of God through Christ. The offering will be collected on Easter, April 20th.
Hunting Park CAHPCA RACE FOR EDUCATION: Hunting Park Christian Academy (HPCA), located in Philadelphia, is our primary local mission partner.  HPCA’s 2014 Race for Education will be held Wednesday, April 30th at the newly refurbished Hunting Park – about 3 blocks from the school. How can you help to support this race and HPCA? You can be a “Special Runner” – a non-student runner who raises funds for HPCA by getting sponsors for your run/walk/jog (you can run/walk/jog locally or at Hunting Park), volunteer to help at the Race on April 30th.
CONCERT OPPORTUNITY: Keith and Kristyn Getty who wrote “In Christ Alone” perform “Hymns for the Christian Life Tour” May 3, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church in Lansdale. Purchase tickets at www.gettymusic.com under the “tours” tab.
NEW BIBLE STUDY IN RUTH:  Ladies! You are invited to a new Women’s Bible study beginning April 30th  at 10:00 a.m. Our study is called “Poverty to Plenty”, a walk through the story of Ruth with a special look at how our spiritual poverty can be turned into spiritual plenty through Jesus Christ. Come Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. in Room 6 for an engaging time of fellowship and Bible Study! If you’re interested or have questions, contact Kay Brown in the church office at 215-752-3200, or via e-mail at kay.lpc@verizon.net.
kirkwood CCCKIRKWOOD CAMP WORKDAY: Summer camp is just around the corner and Kirkwood could use extra hands to get ready. Workdays are April 26th and May 17th. Lunch is provided. Youth and families are welcome. Needed are painters, window washers, cabin cleaners, gardeners, and so much more – winter has taken its toll. Please contact joseph.arico@verizon.net or 610-405-5309 if you plan to attend.
IRREPLACEABLE – A ONE-NIGHT DOCUMENTARY EVENT:  On Tuesday, May 6, Focus on the Family will unveil its first-ever, in-theater documentary, Irreplaceable. This feature-length film explores answers to the important questions “What is family?” and “Does family still matter in today’s society?”  You’ll join host Tim Sisarich, former Executive Director of Focus on the Family New Zealand, as he travels the world on a quest to explore what family really means and why it’s important to humanity. While on the journey, he discovers why all humans have a yearning to be in a family and to be a part of something bigger than themselves. He also explores the forces contributing to the breakdown of family, including the decline of marital commitment, the prevalence of “anything goes” sexuality, and the rise of fatherlessness. Visit IrreplaceableTheMovie.com for tickets, trailers, and other information. Contact Chris Casten at 215-579-8558, if you have any questions.
 PLAY BALL! softballAnyone interested in playing men’s softball this year, please contact Steve Cook at 215-791-2102 or at scook6558@verizon.net. Games are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings starting at 6:30 p.m. We are seeking men who desire fun, fellowship, and exercise regardless of skill level.

 

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