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Please be sure to check the Church calendar frequently for updates.


Worship Schedule


9:30 a.m. Sanctuary Worship

A video recording of the services will be available here shortly after service ends. 

Please help us prepare by signing up here to let us know you will be coming. 


Please help us fill our food pantry on Saturday, December 5th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the church parking lot. Drop off your donations, enjoy some Christmas Carols and say hello to Santa.



Caring For Friends

MEALS NEEDED!!  “Caring for Friends” is a ministry to feed the hungry that LPC supports and participates in.  CFF delivers meals to seniors and isolated individuals throughout the greater Philadelphia area.  You can help!!  If you have left-overs, please consider filling a meal tray, freezing it, and delivering it to the church.  The meal should be simple…..3-4 oz. meat, a vegetable, and a starch. Desserts are optional.  Meal trays can be found on a table next to the Food Pantry collection bin at the rear entrance to the church.  There are also soup containers available, if you like to make soup.  Please, just pick up some trays, follow the instructions & freeze it, then deliver to the church during office hours.  This is a critical time for those who are hungry.  Please help!

Christmas Poinsettia Orders

It is time to order Poinsettias to beautify the church, to the glory of God during this Christmas season. It is also a great way to acknowledge someone God has used to bless your life or to remember a loved one. Poinsettias will be delivered for the December 20th Worship service and may be picked up following service or left to be delivered to a shut-in or someone in need. Orders are due to the church office by Sunday, December 13th. Click here to download the order form.


Are you looking for a meaningful Christmas gift for family, friends or colleagues and don’t want to visit the stores or shop on-line? We have the solution! As an alternative to traditional gift giving, your Mission Committee has established an Alternate Gift Program (AGP). Here is an opportunity to help change the world through charitable gifts to carefully selected agencies serving at home and around the world in the name of Christ. When you purchase an alternative gift, you will receive an acknowledgement of your gift and a unique greeting card that describes the gift you have chosen, and which can be mailed or given to the person you have gifted, creating a shared blessing for you, the person gifted and the recipient mission agency. The AGP brochure listing all gift options and the gift order form is available at If you would like a pre-printed brochure and form, please call the church office and one will be mailed to you. Instructions for ordering your gift(s) are included on the form. This season why not consider giving a gift that will truly make a change. These are gifts of hope and love, empowering the poorest of the poor to sustain life and build a better future for subsequent generations.


Our tech team is looking for support from anyone willing to serve during worship services. No prior experience or knowledge is needed. Training will be provided. Help is needed for video recording, sound, and screen projection. Contact Melynda in the church office.

Faith Acts Online

Join us for this Zoom mini-series on the book of Proverbs. Each week we will dive deeper into the Proverbs taught in the prior Sunday's sermon. We will be meeting on Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:30pm October 29th through December 3rd. We will not meet on November 26th, Thanksgiving Day. A Zoom link will be sent by email to those signed up shortly before each meeting.  

Please sign up here


Food Pantry hours are Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. 

Donations may be placed in the bin in the rear entrance during normal office hours. Please ring the bell to be buzzed in. 

The Deacons thank you for the donations of many of the needed items for the LPC food pantry.  Items needed are Spam, peanut butter, jelly, white rice, red kidney beans, ravioli, juice boxes, individual snacks, breakfast bars, oatmeal, and cereal. 

Occasionally, donations come in that are past the expiration date. In those cases, the Bucks County Housing Group will accept some “recently” expired items; however, it is helpful to check expiration dates before donating.


Thank you to those of you who have continued to support the ministry at LPC financially. The offering of tithes and gifts to the Lord is an important aspect of our Christian worship and helps support the ministry of Jesus Christ to continue in our church as well as our local, regional, and global ministry partners. We have recently added online giving to our list of giving options.

Please click here for more information on online giving or other giving options.

Prayer Chain

“… 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, drop a note in the offering plate or send your requests to


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