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ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING April 13, 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.

 

cross -brushstrokeCOMMUNITY CROSS WALK:  Share with other Christians in a witness to our faith by carrying a hewn cross through the streets of Langhorne on Good Friday. Gather at Middletown Friends Meeting at 453 West Maple Avenue at 11:45 a.m. for prayer before stepping off on the Cross Walk at noon, rain or shine. Our LPC van will be available to shuttle walkers between the parking lot at Langhorne United Methodist Church (our final destination) and the Meetinghouse beginning at 11:00 a.m.  A light breakfast will be available at the Meetinghouse between 11:15 and 11:45 a.m.
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.
sunrise11cEASTER SUNRISE SERVICE:  Welcome Easter and the risen Lord at 6:00 a.m. at Pavilion #6 at Core Creek Park. Dress casually and appropriately for the temperature and weather conditions. A flashlight is helpful and breakfast treats to share are always appreciated.
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.
HAS 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.
moses7cSIGHT AND SOUND THEATER: The parting of the Red Sea…the Burning Bush…the Plagues…the Ten Commandments…On Wednesday, July 23rd the Congregational Life Team has reserved 25 tickets to see Moses on stage at Sight and Sound in Lancaster, PA.  Following the 2:45 p.m. show, we have 6:00 p.m. dinner reservations for a family-style meal at the Hershey Farm Restaurant, located just a few minutes from the theater.  Cost for the show and dinner will be $70.00 per person.  A deposit of $35 per person will be due by Sunday, April 13th, with the balance of $35 per person due by Sunday, May 11th.  Please contact Kay Brown in the church office, or via e-mail at kay.lpc@verizon.net, if you are interested in participating in this trip.
HPCA 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.
 EASTER: Share the joy and the meaning of the Easter season.  Postcards to mail or give to friends and family members with whom you would like share LPC worship are available in the information racks and tables.  Who will you invite to the Cantata, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter morning worship?
softball PLAY BALL! Anyone 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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