Please join the Lincoln Park Praise Band Thursday Night, Mar. 15, at 8:00 pm for a time of Praise, Prayer, and Fellowship. This is a special monthly worship service held on the third Thursday of every month. During this casual worship time, we will sing some songs, say some prayers, hear some devotions, and join in fellowship with one another.
Pastor SunAe Lee-Koo is leading a Bible class on the That the World May Know film series by Ray Vander Laan. The class meets Wednesdays 10-11:30 AM, in the library. Please join and learn more about the living, breathing Word of God.
You are cordially invited to a FREE breakfast and worship service held every fourth Sunday of the month here at Lincoln Park. Join us downstairs in Memorial Hall at 8:45 AM to fill up on eggs, breakfast meats, pastries, cereal, fruit, and much more! At 9:00 AM we will start worship with some songs, prayers, scripture, and of course the message, followed by some casual discussion. All are welcome, and you are encouraged to bring a friend!
The Berkshire Brass will again be our guest musicians at the traditional service. Well-known throughout the area, this group of five brass players will be accompanied on organ for several pieces. The Cherub Choir and the Chancel Choir will present music for this holy day. What a beautiful musical way to honor the Resurrection of our Lord!
Bring Your Easter Basket, Kids!
Our annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held between services on Easter Sunday. Bring a basket for all kids ages 0-12. There will be a sign in the Wagner room asking for donations. Please bring all monetary and candy donations before Holy Thursday.
Sunday, March 18
Reading Philharmonic Orchestra Concert at 3PM.
Come and enjoy The Music We Love, directed by conductor Michael Slechta and assistant conductor, Tyler Readinger. You’ll hear music from Oklahoma, Camelot, Cavalleria Rusticana, and more from composers such as Andrew Lloyd Webber and Leroy Anderson.
This collection of favorites was chosen by members of the orchestra who will share why they selected a certain piece. A free will offering will be received.
Maundy Thursday, March 29
Service at 7 PM
Easter Sunday, April 1
Contemporary Worship featuring the Praise Band and Cherub Choir, plus Flowering of the Cross at 9 AM.
Easter Egg Hunt at 10 AM
Traditional Worship at 11 AM. Special music by the Chancel and Cherub Choirs and the Berkshire Brass. Preludes begin at 10:40 AM.
Sunday, April 8
The youth and children of our church will present a program to our shut-ins and other residents at the Highlands. Everyone will meet at the church at 2 pm to prepare small gifts for our members and will then travel to the Highlands at 2:45.
At this most inter-generational gathering, the ages will range from 2 to 98! Please let Beverly Perella or Kyle Robbins know if your children will be attending.
Sunday, May 13 – Family Sunday
One service at 10 AM
The youth and children are leading worship.
Sunday, June 10 – Music Sunday at both services
Special worship and music by the Praise Band at 9 AM and the Chancel, Bell, and Cherub Choirs at 11 AM.
Please join the Lincoln Park Praise Band Thursday Night, March 15, at 8:00 pm for a time of Praise, Prayer, and Fellowship. All are welcome to come and refresh, relax, and refill!
Thursday Night Live is a special monthly worship service held at Lincoln Park on the third Thursday of every month. During this casual worship time, we will sing some songs, say some prayers, hear some devotions, and join in fellowship with one another. This is a great opportunity for anyone who cannot attend worship on Sunday mornings, or for anyone who would like to supplement their weekly worship with a new experience in a different setting.
A Lenten bible study class, The Path to the Cross, will begin Thursday, February 22, from 6 to 8 PM. A light dinner will be served from 6 PM to 6:30 PM followed by the bible study class at 6:30 PM. The class schedule follows:
In the wake of recent disasters in the United States and internationally, UMCOR (United Methodist Committee On Relief) is working to meet unmet food, clean water, temporary shelter, hygiene supplies, and non-food supplies. While UMCOR is not a first-response organization, we stand ready to accompany communities in need of long-term recovery.
Learn more about UMCOR’s response to current disasters: