Welcome

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.

Family Christmas Party 2018

From the Nurture Committee

Sunday, December 2, 5–7 pm

Come and enjoy the season with us! As in past years, we’ll do some community service projects first, followed by games, and food with a Southern flair.

Santa’s Workshop will be open again where kids can shop for Mom and Dad and have their gifts wrapped.

This year, our service projects will be:

  1. Wrapping books for some of the kids in the Reading School district.
  2. Making cookies for the Hope Rescue Mission
  3. Writing Christmas cards for the Hope Rescue Mission and the Shut-Ins

Our meal has a Southern theme, and we’ll provide the main course of fried chicken, ham, and applesauce. What can you bring?:

  • A side dish or dessert (with Southern flair?)
  • Cookies that we can package for the residents at Hope Rescue Mission
  • Extra Christmas cards that we can address for our shut-ins and the men at the Mission

So, set aside these two wonderful hours to join your church family in preparing for our Lord’s birth. This simple evening is filled with laughter and fellowship.

Family Christmas Party 2016

Thursday Night Live

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

Please join the Lincoln Park Praise Band Thursday Night, November 15, at 8:00 pm for a time of Praise, Prayer, and Fellowship. All are welcome to come and refresh, relax, and refill!

 
 
 

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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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Thursday Night Live – Third Thursdays

Salvation Army Adopt-A-Family Angel Tree

Angel TreeOur Salvation Army Adopt-A-Family Angel Tree will be up the Sunday after Thanksgiving – November 25. Gifts will be collected up to Sunday, December 16. We plan to assist two-three families, totaling around 10 folks.

The Missions Committee and Salvation Army want to thank our church family for their response to the Angel Tree last year. We helped two families, totaling nine individuals. One family was a widowed mother with three boys, living with her mother. The other was a newly single mother with three girls, one of whom had taken a job to help with bills. Gift requests were daily needs items like winter clothing, boots, simple toys or crafts for children, household items. All items placed on the tree were taken by generous folks who wanted to help make the season a little better for those whose needs are great. In addition, individuals who made donations for gift cards to Giant and Wal-Mart allowed these folk to make some choices of their own.

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas ChildThe Power of a Simple Gift

It’s time to fill a shoe box! Since 2002, generous participants at our church have filled some 800 boxes with small gifts for children, many of whom have never before received a gift. Check the Wagner Room for brochures explaining the ministry, suggested gifts, and instructions for preparing the box. Even non-shoppers like myself have found this to be fun and rewarding. Some boxes will be provided in the Wagner Room. Note that a plastic container may be substituted for a shoe box.

How to Pack a Shoebox brochures can be found in bulletins or in the Wagner Room. Take note in the brochure of prohibited items, especially all foodstuffs, toothpaste, liquids, which had been permitted in the past. Also, at samaritanspurse.org, you can read much more about the program, print labels that will allow you to track your box so you know what country it goes to, and even pack a box online for $25.

If you have extra shoeboxes, you can bring them to our Wagner Room for others to use, and plastic containers can also be substituted for a shoe box.

This ministry not only provides smiles and gifts, but reading materials and follow-up (by Samaritan’s Purse ministry founded by Franklin Graham, son of Billy) to introduce children to Jesus Christ, in over 160 countries. Over the years they’ve distributed over 157,000,000 gift boxes. An online feature allows you to trace where your box goes.

Give Your $9 Donation Online to Track the Destination of Your Shoebox Gift! The amazing journey of a shoebox begins with you!

Baptism Bible Study – Fall 2018

From Pastor SunAe Lee-Koo

Baptism is a Christian Initiation Rite that signifies the beginning of one’s journey as a Christian. Our baptism certifies our Christian identity – that we belong to the Universal Church through our local church membership among various denominations. There are people who think comfortably that her/his soul has secured a heavenly place through the Rite of Baptism. However, I am afraid that their misunderstanding may lead them to go astray from the Church, from their Christian faith and from their wishful destination.

Through Bible study on Baptism, I hope to enlighten your understanding of Baptism, and I hope that the Holy Spirit may empower you to live according to your Baptism in the name of the Trinitarian God. Please come and join us for our Wednesday Morning Bible Study starting Wednesday, the 17th of October, 2018. We will meet in Room #101 of the Educational Wing.

Children’s Sunday School

SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Starting Sunday, October 7, 2018, the Potter’s Wheel class for children from Kindergarten–Grade 3 will be held from 10:15–10:55 in Room 101 in the education wing. We are asking for volunteers to teach this class. The lessons will still be prepared by Beverly Perella, Coordinator of Children’s Ministries.

Why are we doing this?

We want to offer Sunday School for kids at the same time we offer classes for adults. Thus, parents and kids can attend at the same time. We have children in this age bracket who attend both services. So it seems like this is the right time to combine the kids and offer one lesson for both groups at 10:15.
Our nursery attendants will continue to offer a lesson at 9:00, 10:15 and 11:00 AM as needed for infants through pre-kindergarten.

Please call Beverly Perella with any questions or to volunteer to teach.