This Week

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING May 22, 2016

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

(Office hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00)

dinner4TH 5th SUNDAY POTLUCK:  Whip up your favorite dish and bring it to our Potluck Dinner Today, May 22nd at 5:30 p.m.  Due to Memorial Day Weekend, we are having the 5th Sunday Potluck on the 4th Sunday in May!  Be sure to mark your calendar!   The food is always good, and the fellowship is better!
LET’S GET TOGETHER!  On any Sunday, come down to Fellowship Hall between the second and third services, and grab a bagel and a cup of coffee.  Meet someone you don’t know, and chat with many.

On the second Sunday of every month there is a Fellowship time following the first service in the Chapel.  Let’s get together!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS:  In addition to celebrating our graduates, June 12th is the Church Picnic. There will be worship at the usual 8:30 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. services. There will be no Contemporary worship service on June 12th – join us at the picnic instead.

The first day of Summer Worship is Father’s DayJune 19th.  We will combine the two traditional worship services and begin meeting at 9:15 a.m. in the Sancturary. Contemporary worship will move to 11:00 a.m.

On July 30th we have group tickets to go to a Trenton Thunder Game.  Tickets will be sold during the month of June.  Don’t forget the Pig Roast on September 24thLots of good stuff coming up.

grad24c13_webCELEBRATE OUR GRADUATES:  LPC’S Graduate Recognition Sunday is June 12th. We need your help to celebrate these exciting milestones in the lives of your family members. What we need: Name of the graduate, school, major and future plans if known. (This includes graduates from High School, Tech School, Associates Degree, College Degree, Masters Degree and Doctorate). Please email your information to Sally Schulze for the bulletin and Cross Purpose at sally.lpc@verizon.net. Submission deadline is June 1st.
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LANGHORNE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE: LPC will have a refreshment stand at the corner of Bellevue and Gillam avenues for the Memorial Day Parade held Monday, May 30th at 9:00 a.m. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy the sights and sounds!

This has become an annual event for our LPC family, and we need your help! If you could help with set-up (between 7:30 and 9:00 a.m.) and tear down, contact Dan Wiltbank. Food donations are particularly welcome. “Grab and go” individual-sized sealed packages of pretzels, chips or other snacks (no nuts) and bottled water can be left in the Rubbermaid container in the Narthex marked “Parade”. If you are coming to the parade, boxes of fresh donuts to set out are always appreciated.

If you’d like to walk in the parade with the LPC bus and hand out fliers for this summer’s VBS, contact Alex Jacoski. See you at the parade!

 8:01 RETURNS!  Our summer worship schedule begins Sunday, June 19th with Sanctuary worship services at 9:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.  Added to the Sunday schedule is our 8:01 Summer Chapel Bible Study, 8:01 – 9:00 a.m. each Sunday of the summer. Pastor Bill is the teacher and our topic is Women of the WayA Study of Faithful Women from the Pages of Scripture. 
VBS 2016: cave-quest-vbs-logo-HiRes-RGBPreparation is underway for “Cave Quest:  Following Jesus, The Light of the World”.  July 18th – 22nd seems like a long time away, but it will be here before we know it!  Registration forms are available on the information rack in the Narthex, as well as on-line at www.langhornepres.org.  Curious what goes on at an LPC VBS?  Come and help!  It is a ton of fun!  Please contact Kay Brown in the church office with any questions
 LPC PANTRY NEEDS:  Thanks to your contributions our food pantry is well stocked in a variety of soups and vegetables. We are currently in need of jelly and juice boxes. We are always in need of canned meats and canned fruit. Don’t forget to check expiration dates.  There is a labeled blue container beneath the coat racks for LPC pantry donations. The deacons and community thank you for your ministry.
  BECOME PART OF THE TEAM: Ever wondered how you could put all that computer and tech knowledge to use in the church? Why not become a member of our Tech Team? We are always looking for volunteers to run the screens system and the sound board. Volunteers especially needed at the 11:30 a.m. service! For more information, see George Walls or Marcos Ortega.