This Week

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING February 14 , 2016

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

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

missn24cGUATEMALA HOME TEAM PRAYER GUIDE: Please remember to keep our Mission “Away” Team in your prayers as they minister in Guatemala this week, returning February 20th. A Prayer Guide is available in the Narthex and Chapel as well as online. See the home page www.langhornepres.org.
PREPARE YOUR HEARTS:  Lenten devotionals, Mercy, Passion and Joy, reflections on the writings of C.S. Lewis, are available in the Narthex and in the Chapel. If your child did not receive a Lenten devotional in Church School, please contact Kay Brown.
THE GATEWAY CLASS – WHO ARE WE? Are you considering becoming a member of Langhorne Presbyterian Church? Maybe you’ve never considered it but would like to learn more about it. Saturday, February 20th is the date for our next Gateway Class. We will gather in the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 a.m. to learn about the things we believe, what we’re passionate about, and how you can be a part of this serving community! For more information, contact Marcos Ortega in the Church office.
SWING YOUR PARTNER DO-SI-DO:  Do you like to Square Dance?  Have you ever Square Danced?  Whether you have or haven’t, come out and give it a try!  Saturday, February 20th, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., callers from the Buckaroo’s Square Dance Club of Warrington will be here leading a Square Dance in Fellowship Hall.  Save the date!  More details to follow.
 30-hr famineADULTS NEEDED – 30 HOUR FAMINE:  Please take the time to check the adult sign-up sheet in the Narthex to assist with the 30 Hour Famine, February 26 – 27.  If you are not available on those dates, donations and assistance are also needed before the event.
 LIKE TO DRIVE? Why not become an LPC bus driver? No special license required! Every Sunday morning, LPC provides a bus for students at Cairn University. If you’d be interested in serving the LPC and Cairn communities in this way or if you’d like more information, call Marcos Ortega in the church office (215-752-3200).
 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.
 WOMEN’S 2016 RETREAT: Get “theologically fit” with writer, blogger and “ordinary mom” Aimee Byrd, April 22-24, at Kenbrook Bible Camp in Lebanon, PA. This weekend is for all women who want to hold fast to their faith without wavering, even during the ups, downs and irritations of ordinary life. Get ready to embrace your faith in a fresh, invigorating way. Enjoy a time of fun and fellowship – take time out for yourself, make new acquaintances and rekindle old ones, bring a friend. Spaces are filled first-come, first-served. Registration forms with details are available in the Narthex and Chapel turnstiles.
snow shovelingARE WE HAVING CHURCH? Occasionally winter weather plays havoc with our Sunday schedule. Should you be uncertain about whether to head out to worship some snowy Sunday please: Use your own best judgment. You know the street conditions outside your house and your comfort level with driving in snow and slush. 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.