Jan 01


Welcome to Lincoln Park Community United Methodist Church!

Searching for meaning and direction in life? We can help! Come, experience Lincoln Park United Methodist Church! Come, experience God!

We are a small community church where people of all ages join together to worship and share fellowship with one another. Come experience Lincoln Park Church, we look forward to seeing you soon!

We offer a Contemporary Praise Worship Service at 9:00 a.m. every Sunday featuring our Praise Band plus a rich multimedia experience. We also offer a Traditional Worship Service at 11:00 a.m., as well as Sunday School classes for all ages at 10:10 a.m.

Professionally-staffed childcare is available during both Sunday morning worship services and Sunday School hour.

Oct 01

Thursday Night Live

Thursday-Night-Live-alter“It’s Thursday Night Live!”

Please join the Lincoln Park Praise Band Thursday Night, October 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.

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Lincoln Park Praise Band

Sep 01

Jeff Krick Gospel Concert

jeff-krickJeff Krick will present a Gospel Concert at Lincoln Park church on Sunday, Oct. 18th at 7 PM. Doors open at 6 PM, and it is open to the public. There will be a freewill offering and light refreshments. Please come and invite your friends for an evening of inspiration and entertainment as Jeff sings many of the gospel songs Elvis Presley recorded. We are expecting a great turnout.

Call Michele Bausher at (610) 587-0327 for info or if you would like to volunteer to help make this program at great success. We need greeters, ushers and baked goods.

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Sep 01

Free Breakfast + Worship

WHEN: Every Fourth Sunday of the Month

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!

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Sep 01

Confirmation 2015

methodistfrom Pastor Dave

This year’s Confirmation Class, for children in sixth grade and up, will begin on Wednesday night, October 7, from 6:30–8:00 pm, in the Wagner Room. Classes will continue to be held on Wednesday nights throughout October, November, and December.

Please note that, as part of the Confirmation experience, Confirmands are asked to attend a Confirmation Retreat at the United Methodist Gretna Glen Retreat Center, in Gretna Glen, PA, the weekend of Oct. 9-11. If you’d like your child to participate in this year’s Confirmation Class, please contact me at the Church Office, 610-777-1422.



Sep 01

Thinking Out Loud – September 2015

Pastor DaveFrom Pastor David McMillan

Consider this question: If you were to describe the condition of your spiritual health and the spiritual well being of our church family here at Lincoln Park UMC, what would you say?

As a pastor, I’ve often wondered and prayed over the spiritual condition of my flock. I’m together with folks on Sunday mornings, for evening meetings, and for a small weekly Bible study, but I’ve often wondered about the spiritual health of my congregations throughout the week.

Do they have a vital relationship with God? Do they start and end each day with prayer? Do they read their Bible or spend a few moments each day meditating upon The Upper Room or The Daily Bread? Are they aware of the grace of God in their lives? Do they seek to love their neighbor, family members, co-workers, and strangers as Jesus loves them? Do they talk about their faith with others? Are they going on to be “perfected in love?”

Standing at the front door of the narthex shaking hands and exchanging pleasantries as members of my flock head out the front door and into the world to raise families, work, and pay bills, looking in their eyes, I have often wondered How is it with their soul?

In his letter to the church in Rome, the Apostle Paul recognized how easy it is to become distracted by the cares of the world and to lose sight of our soul’s aim, which (according to the Westminster Confession) is “to glorify God and enjoy him forever.” So he warns us, Do not be conformed to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind so that you might discern what is the will of God-what is good, acceptable and perfect.” Romans 12:2

In a world of distractions and competing claims upon our time and allegiance, we are constantly in need of the renewing of our mind — which is, of course, the work of the Holy Spirit, working from the inside out. To this end, this fall we’ll take on, as a congregation, a short-term spiritual growth campaign entitled Transformed: How God Changes Us.

If, like me, you had to pause for several moments to contemplate the condition of your spiritual health and the spiritual health of our church, I take this as telling: There is still work to be done, a growing in grace that requires our full attention.

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