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WEEK OF July 21st


Summer Worship Schedule
9:30 AM- sanctuary worship service


Summer of Unity:

This summer we worship together as one Body continuing through Labor Day. Our single worship service with Summer Sunday School for children through 4th grade completed will be at 9:30 a.m. Our sermon series will follow the life of David. Worship includes traditional hymns and newer songs as well. 8:01 Adult Chapel Bible Study returns with "A Man After God's Own Heart: The Life of David" looking at stories from I and II Samuel and Psalms. Fellowship Time (10:45 roughly) allows us to linger after worship to catch up with old friends and meet new ones over coffee or lemonade. 

sUMMER 8:01:

"A Man After God's Own Heart: The Life of David" is the theme of this year's Summer Chapel Bible Study. We will be looking at stories from I and II Samuel and Psalms. Pastor Bill Teague leads the class. "Summer 8:01" meets at 8:01 in the Chapel. 

The jugs are back:

Beginning Sunday, August 4th, two five-gallon water jugs will adorn the chancel steps - one blue and one orange - to receive your contributions of those pennies, nickles, dimes, and quarters you may find on your dresser top, under the sofa cushions, or on the sidewalk. We'll put that loose change to work with some friendly competition between the blue side and the orange side of the sanctuary, all our efforts going  to support Plan Padrino, the student scholarship program of Promise Land Ministries in Guatemala. Your generous support of coins and cash will help Guatemalan children attend one of the best schools in their region and learn about and experience the love of God in Jesus Christ. Blue side or orange side, thanks for your generosity. 

Thank you, thank you! VBS thanks YOU:

Wow!! What an amazing week we had at ROAR! Vacation Bible School! Thank you to all who contributed. Thank you, especially to the 60 plus volunteers who gave up a week of their summer mornings to share their faith and love of Jesus with over 140 children and youth.


“… Pray for one another.” James 5:16.  One of the ways that we pray for one another is through the LPC Prayer Chain.  Should you wish to bring a prayer joy or concern to others who will pray with and for you, please complete one of the blue prayer cards in the pew rack in front of you (or on the back table in the Chapel) and drop it in the offering plate. Or send your requests to              


The deacons thank you for the donations of many needed items for the LPC food pantry. We are still low on bags of rice,  individual juice boxes, kidney beans, black beans, soups, canned fruit,  applesauce, breakfast bars, cereal, peanut butter and jelly. We also have several clients who for health. Reasons need Ensure (or equivalent) supplements.  A labeled container for donations is beneath the coat racks in Heritage Hall. Please check expiration dates. The deacons appreciate you contributions. 


LPC regularly provides meals to Aid For Friends with your help. Package up those left-overs or prepare extra servings of your favorite dishes to create an Aid For Friends meal. Soup is also appreciated. Plan ahead today and pick up extra containers from the cabinet in Heritage Hall, follow the instructions and freeze it. Deliver the frozen meals to the AFF freezer in the LPC basement behind the kitchen.