From time to time the leadership of LPC will publish essays on biblical theology for the life of the church. These are intended primarily to help members of LPC think through our doctrine and practice, but can also be informative to people considering visiting our church.

The featured essays can be found below or through this link, with the articles listed at the bottom of the page. 'Theology Shorts', smaller articles previously published in LPC's newsletter, can be read by selecting the "All Posts" button or by following this link.


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Why a Sunday Evening Worship Service?


Calling the Sabbath a Delight: Sunday Evening Worship "If youcall the Sabbath a delight and the holy day of the Lord honorable; if you honor itthen you shall take delight in the Lord and I will make you ride on the heights of the earth." Why should a church consider having two Sunday worship services, one in the morning and the other in the evening? The answer lies in th...

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A Theology of Time and the Church Calendar for LPC

Good Friday

How should the church think about the liturgical calendar? As history reveals, the influence of tradition and culture establishes the necessity of discernment for Christians seeking to worship in spirit and truth. For churches in the Reformed Protestant tradition like Langhorne Presbyterian Church, the answer to that must always begin by asking first another question: Wha...

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A Theology of Tithes, Offerings, and Alms for LPC


A Theology of Offerings, Tithes, and Alms for LPC How should the church think about money, especially when it comes to acts of giving in worship and honoring God with our resources? These are two inter-related questions: How should the church collect money? and What is God's expectation for giving? What follows is a sketch of the biblical summary on these topics along wit...

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