Pastor’s Note 08/25/22


I hope that you can join us this Sunday at our 9:45am worship service as we have a special “Gospel Sing Sunday” with plenty of fun music that you will want to sing and clap along with. We will be continuing our sermon series in the Gospel of Mark as we look at the pinnacle of Jesus’ ministry when He is “transformed” on the mountain in Mark 9.


This Sunday we also have a Family Ministries meeting right after church in the Sanctuary, talking about our ministry to families and students in the months ahead. If you have children in your family or a grandchild that you would like involved then come to this meeting.
We are also having Eat & Greet this Sunday at 12:15pm so come as we share a meal together as a church family with our community.


Be looking out for the September LCPC Connections Newsletter. We have some upcoming ministry events that you won’t want to miss! It should be coming to your email inbox next week or you can pick up a copy on the first Sunday in September.


Have a great rest of the week and I hope to see you on Sunday.


Pastor’s Note 08/18/22


It was right around this time last year that we cancelled our worship services for two Sundays because of an outbreak of COVID from a few of the regular attendees of our church who had been together. It felt like a step backwards in the midst of our church’s life.


Now, a year later, it feels like things are in more of a normal time and normal routine. Not exactly like it was before COVID but families have returned from long overdue vacations and schools are back in session. There are still some cautionary protocols and everything isn’t back to the way it was pre-COVID (it might not ever get back to that way!) but it is good to be back into the routines of late August and September.


At church, we are making plans for the Fall and the 2022/23 year that feel a bit more normal too. Ministries are preparing for events and Bible studies are starting back. I am also excited about a theme that we will have throughout the year. That theme is Prayer. You will learn more details about what we in Session have been discussing and some of the things that will be taking place but for now, know that prayer will be an important part of our church’s life throughout the rest of 2022 and into 2023. Be looking out for the September LCPC Connections Newsletter for some of the events that will surround this theme.


That’s it for now. I hope that you are having a good week and know that I am praying for you.