Please join the Lincoln Park Praise Band Thursday Night, Feb. 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!
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:
Please join the Lincoln Park Praise Band Thursday Night, February 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.
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:
Pastor SunAe Lee-Koo will lead a Bible class on the That the World May Know film series by Ray Vander Laan. The class will begin September 20, 2017, 10–11:30 AM, in the library. Please join and learn more about the living, breathing Word of God.
That The World May Know
Join renowned teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan as he guides you through the lands of the Bible. In each lesson, Vander Laan illuminates the historical, geographical, and cultural context of the sacred Scriptures. Filmed on location in the Middle East, the That the World May Know ® film series will transform your understanding of God and challenge you to be a true follower of Jesus.
Classes for nursery, Potter’s Wheel (grades 1-5), and youth, as well as adult classes will begin on Sunday. September 17.
Lessons in the nursery will be taught by our nursery attendants Kathi Ernst and Kris Fedeli during each service and at the regular Sunday School time of 10:10. Potter’s Wheel will be available at 9:15 and 10:10 and will be led by Beverly Perella and Barb Leas during the contemporary service. Additional teachers are needed for the 10:10 lesson. Please offer your help to Beverly. The youth class will be taught by our Youth Leader, Kyle Robbins at 10:10. Adult classes meet at 10:10 downstairs in Memorial Hall and the Perkins Education Building, Room 103.
Our second annual VBS for young children (as young as 18 months and as old as 7) featured the stories of Noah’s Ark, David and Goliath, and Jonah and the Whale. Eleven little ones assisted by 15 of our youth created their own arks, met the “real” David (Adam Gehr) and Goliath (Ken Hoch) as they acted out their battle, and crawled through the belly of the whale after Jonah (Ryan Chadwick) was saved by God. These three tales reminded the children that “God is always with us,” the theme for our program.
Each evening began with a craft followed by the story, a song, a game, and, of course, an appropriate snack including whale gummies! Special thanks to Kim Zachmann, a member of our church and an art teacher, for her skills at creating a walk-through whale, a boat, and the backdrop for Noah’s Ark. Our new pastors Kyung Mo and SunAe Koo offered nightly assistance and assumed the role of photographer, and Barb Leas was my able and willing assistant. Thanks to Lowe’s Home Improvement for the refrigerator boxes and to Jim Gehman for picking them up. I am indeed grateful to all who helped or participated.
The dates for VBS for 2018 are July 24, 25, & 26. It’s never too early to mark your calendar or to offer help!