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

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



pig outlinePIG ROAST: Saturday, October 11th is our 1st Annual Pig Roast from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.  We will gather in the grove for delicious food, fun games and amazing fellowship.  Tickets may be purchased in advance in Fellowship Hall following all services on Sunday, September 28th and Sunday, October 5th.  Tickets will also be available for purchase on Thursday, October 2nd during Faith Acts dinner.  Arrangements may be made to pick up advance purchase tickets in the church office Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., by contacting Kay Brown at 215-752-3200.  Advance tickets are $4 for children age 3 years through 12 years, $6 for age 13 years and older, or $18 per family.  Advance tickets must be purchased by Sunday, October 5th.  Tickets purchased after this date will be $6 for children age 3 years through 12 years, $8 for age 13 years and older, and $20 per family.  Get your tickets early. It is going to be a fun day!
FAITH ACTS RETURNS: A new semester of Faith Acts is here! Come out Thursday nights at 5:15 p.m. for a wonderful meal of home-cooked food, joyful conversation and powerful learning. Chris Casten and Lynn Likens are leading “The Family Project” and Marcos Ortega is teaching a class on the Bible called “Walking with the Word”. It’s sure to be a great time. We hope to see you there! For information, see Don Reimold or contact Marcos Ortega at the church office.
THE MARRIED LIFE: This couples Bible study starting September 14th will explore how to build a Christian marriage around the person of Jesus Christ and on the foundation of Scripture. Younger couples will have an opportunity to learn from and alongside couples whose marriages have lived through the ups and downs of life. The study will begin with a walk-through of Tim and Kathy Keller’s “The Meaning of Marriage”, available on Kindle, iBooks, and Nook, as well as in hard copy. Meet every 2nd and 4th Sunday from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Childcare available!  Hope to see you there!
CupcakeBAKELESS BAKE SALE: No muss, no fuss, no baking, no calories! Help support the Women’s Ministries’ Bakeless Bake Sale during the month of September. Please place your envelopes in one of the designated displays located near the Chapel after the 8:30 a.m. worship service, Fellowship Hall after the 9:45 a.m. service, or in the “Bakeless Bake Sale” mail slot by the office. If you prefer to mail your donation, please mail it to the church office. Please make your checks payable to LPC and write on the memo line “Bakeless Bake Sale”. Thank you for your support.
CRAFT AND CHAT: On Saturday, October 4th, from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m., the Women’s Ministries hosts the first of four Saturdays for you to spend some time crafting and chatting with others. Meet fellow crafters in Rooms D & E. Maybe you will be inspired to finish that project that has been sitting for years or be introduced to something new.
CROP WALK IScropwalk_4243c COMING, OCTOBER 12th: Get out those walking shoes and head to Core Creek Park in Langhorne on October 12th for a great family time and an opportunity to help supply our local food pantries. Meet at Pavilion #1 off Tollgate Road. Registration opens at 12:30 p.m. to take those first steps at 1:00 p.m. – rain or shine. Church World Services’ annual CROP Hunger Walk is about raising money to combat hunger, locally and globally. 25 percent of what is raised through the Lower Bucks CROP Walk is returned for disbursement to six local food pantries, including the Bucks County Housing Group pantry in Penndel. Globally, CROP monies are available to quickly respond to emergencies such as Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy and the earthquake in Haiti, and to address hunger-related poverty through education and farming provisions, digging wells and providing refugee relief supplies. Materials for walkers are available in the literature racks in the Narthex, the Chapel and Fellowship Hall. Please pick up a sponsor sheet, collect money from your sponsors before the walk and turn in all money at registration. Be sure to sign the waiver at the bottom of the form (parents must sign for anyone under age 18) in order to walk. If you can’t walk, consider sponsoring someone else at an amount of your choosing. Donations may also be made online at www.cropwalk.org – Lower Bucks CROP Walk. Our county’s food pantries are currently in great demand and every step, every dollar helps.
FRIDAY WITH THE GIRLS: Our first FWTG is October 17th at 7:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. Child care will be provided. We meet the third Friday of each month to explore how God is at work in the different seasons of our life. Our text this year is Ecclesiastes 3. Each session includes a Bible lesson (no homework required), combined with plenty of fun and time for fellowship. You don’t need to bring anything except an open heart and a desire to connect and grow.
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.
FAMILY PROJECT COMES TO FAITH ACTS: Follow a journey to discover God’s view of the family Thursdays at 6:15 p.m. in the Chapel. The Family Project is designed as a 12-session small group experience that explores the theological, philosophical, and cultural underpinnings of the traditional family, and combines that information with inspiring stories and practical steps to help 21st century families thrive. At LPC, we are experiencing the Family Project as a larger group and inviting “critical thinking” and reflection in that larger group.     The Family Project offers a hope filled, optimistic antidote to the current landscape of family breakdown, sending a clear message that returning to the time-tested, historical model of the family is where so many of our culture’s wounds begin to heal. It’s designed to develop a new appreciation for why family matters….based on a bigger understanding of who God is in His character and why He created humanity the way he did. Equipped with this information, viewers are exposed to a wealth of hands-on tools and resources to help them embrace those values within their own families and pass them along to future generations.


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