Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the
Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you...” (Matthew 28:19-20)



  Growing in love for Christ and for our neighbors through worship, community, and service. 



♥♥♥LCPC offers indoor worship along with live streaming ♥♥♥



To all the fathers, grandfathers, and men who have made a positive difference in our lives! 
Thank you.



This Sunday marks the first day of summer and with that comes a season of change. With COVID restriction being lifted it means that many of us will be taking vacations and changing our routines, but even with all the different directions we may be going, it will be good for us to stay connected as a church family.

This summer I want to encourage you to join me as we pray together as a church family.

For the next 12 weeks of summer, I want to invite you to pray three times per day:

  • In the morning when you awake, a Prayer of Relinquishment.
  • At mid-day (at 12:12pm, so we can remember, The Lord’s Prayer.
  • In the evening, an adapted Prayer for Unity that Jesus prayed in John 17.


You can receive a copy of these prayers at church or they will be posted on our social media pages and on our website. Each of these prayers are a jumping off point for other prayers. It is my hope that we would be praying that God would be moving in our lives and in the lives of people that we know.

So grab a prayer sheet (or two) and place it where you will be reminded to pray.

The when or where of your praying isn’t important, the important thing is to pray! I hope that you will join me in praying these prayers this summer and let’s see what God has in store for us and for our church.

God bless and I am looking forward to praying with you this summer.



Beginning June 20th

Fellowship time will take place BEFORE our Worship Service! Come for coffee, donuts, bagels at 9:30 am. Spend time talking, relaxing, and preparing your hearts before Worship.

Worship service will begin at 10:00 AM.




Do you need a ride to Sunday Worship, or would be willing to be a driver? . If so, please contact the office.  Masks properly worn will be required  in the car.



If you would like to honor, remember, or celebrate a loved one or a special occasion, sign up to bring flowers on Sunday. Please sign the flower calendar located in the narthex/foyer, and notify the church office: 619-443-1021.



Are you a Pickle Ball player or would you like to learn to play? Pastor Tim is looking for anyone that would like to play pickle ball on our church courts. Any skill level is welcome. Contact him by email to let him know your interest:



Questions or needing spiritual support. Please email us at,

call us at 619 443-102, or complete an online prayer request.


We have plenty of room in the sanctuary, so why not ask a friend to join you at the service?


Rather than passing the plate, there will be a box to safely make donations or consider using our online Giving page. Whichever method you choose, please know that your tithes and offerings are important for the continued operation of our church in order that we can further His Kingdom in Jesus’ name.



Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; 

for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18


Please visit our prayer page and lift up the prayer requests sent to us via our website then click on the praying hand to encourage those seeking our good and gracious Father through intercessory prayer by the people of God.


If you would like prayer, after the worship service, Elders and Deacons will be available for prayer.




  at 11:30 AM

  Do Christians place their hope in a lie? Is the resurrection of Jesus simply an ancient hoax invented by the church? Many people hold that view today. But those who reject the empty tomb fail to make sense of the unavoidable evidence from both Scripture and history. The verdict is in: Christ is risen, and our lives will never be the same. In this teaching series, Dr. Gabe Fluhrer makes a compelling case for Christ’s victory over the grave. Not only is His resurrection a historical fact, but it presents the true answer to our deepest questions and provides every Christian believer with undying hope.

Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus
Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into
a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ

1 Peter 1:1-3




1st & 3rd Monday of the Month

7 PM Rooms 1 and 2 (masks required).

Study: The Measure of a Man, twenty attributes of a godly man


The Choir – practice Thurs. @ 7:00PM -Choir Room (social distance & masks mandatory)  Please contact our Music Director,  Ron Hilley for more information7
Jr. Praise Band- practice Wed. @ 3:15 PM- Choir Room 
Children’s Choir rehearsals – Wed.@ 4PM Room 1 & 2 
 LCPC’s provides a free HOT lunch for EVERYONE in the community.
This is a multi-generational free meal and fun time, on the last Sunday of the month at 12:15pm
in  Fellowship Hall (in the back building/preschool area).
We open with prayer, small devotional, lunch, followed by BINGO or entertainment.
This is a time to make long lasting friendships, be a part of a community.
EAT & Greet is currently gearing up – and will begin soon.


(on-campus Worship service)

To ensure LCPC takes the utmost care and precautions for the safety of all, attending the worship service will require everyone’s cooperation.
  • Review Questionnaire regarding Covid-19 risk (see below)
  • Mandatory Masks – properly worn for those two (2) years and older.  
  • Temperature check by a volunteer Greeter using a digital touchless thermometer
  • Sign-in, provide your first & last name only, to a volunteer Greeter.  
  • Volunteer Ushers will escort you to a pew or if outdoors the ushers will escort you to chairs set up in the grass, or sidewalk for handicap.
  • Social Distance when entering and departing 
  • Congregational singing with masks on is permitted for outdoor services only.  
Questionnaire – If you answer yes to any question, we kindly request you remain at home until all responses are “no”.  
  1. Have you or anyone in you household had any of the following symptoms in the last 14 days: sore throat, cough, chills, body aches for unknown reasons, shortness of breath for unknown reasons, loss of smell, loss of taste, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting or diarrhea?
  2. Have you or anyone in your household have a fever at or greater than 100.4 F in the past 14 days?
  3. Have you or anyone in your household care for an individual who is in quarantine or is a presumptive positive or has tested positive for Covid-19?
  4. Do you have any reason to believe you or anyone in your household has been exposed to or acquired Covid-19?
  5. To the best of your knowledge have you been in close proximity (6ft) for at least 5 minutes to any individual who tested positive for Covid-19?

Questions were derived from the CDC, Mayo Clinic and the American Medical Association