Jan 26

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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Praise Band

Jan 01

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.

Nov 01

Family Christmas Party 2017

From Beverly Perella

Sunday, December 3, 5–7 pm

Come and enjoy the season with us! As in past years, we’ll do some community service projects first, followed by a dinner. The main course and beverages will be provided. What can you bring?

  • A side dish or dessert.
  • Cookies that we can package for the residents at Hope Rescue Mission in Reading.
  • Extra Christmas cards that we can address for our shut-ins and the men at the Mission
  • Toiletries for New Journey Community Outreach — shampoo, toothpaste and brushes, lotion, combs, deodorant, washcloths and hand towels.

The youth group, Summit, will present a Christmas program in the sanctuary after dinner.

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

Nov 01

Be an Angel Again This Christmas

Angel TreeWhen we set up our Angel Tree after Thanksgiving, you’ll be able to pick a tag (or two?) to buy gifts for others not as fortunate as we are. For many years, through the Salvation Army’s Adopt-a-Family Program, Lincoln Park Church has helped (usually three) families, with gifts and more.

The tags on the tree are requests for items like winter clothes, boots, simple toys or crafts for children, and household items. Gift cards to Giant and Wal-Mart have also been purchased through your donations. Your generosity makes Christmas a bit better for those whose needs are so great.

Thank you!

Nov 01

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas ChildThe Power of a Simple Gift

Join what God is doing and pack a shoebox! says Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization, led by Franklin Graham. At LP Church, generous participants since 2002 have filled 1,000 shoeboxes for children in need in over 130 countries. Many have never received a gift before.

Brochures in the Wagner Room give ideas on what to buy and how to pack your box. 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.

The ministry not only provides smiles and gifts, but reading materials and follow-up to introduce children to Jesus Christ.

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.

Boxes are due in the Wagner Room by Sunday, November 19. Give Your $9 Donation Online to Track the Destination of Your Shoebox Gift! The amazing journey of a shoebox begins with you!

Sep 01

UMCOR Responds to Current Disasters Around the World

UMCOR Responds to Current Disasters

Updated: September 26, 2017

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:

 

If you would like to donate to UMCOR’s efforts:

• Donations may be placed in the offering plate any Sunday or dropped off/mailed to the office. Please mark the envelope and/or memo line UMCOR.

• To donate by mail, please make your check payable to Advance GCFA and the Advance #901670 on the memo line and mail to:

Advance GCFA
PO Box 9068 GPO
New York, NY 10087-9068

• To donate by phone, please call 1-888-252-6174.

• To donate online, go to the UMCOR website.

Sep 01

Wednesday Bible Class

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.

Sep 01

Sunday School 2017

A Return to School = a Return to Sunday School.Sunday School

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.

Women's Sunday School Class

Women’s Sunday School Class

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