About Us

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by Beverly Perella, Music Director

What Does Lincoln Park Offer?

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. Our Thursday Night Live worship is held every third Thursday of the month at 8 pm.

You can discover more information about our Youth Group, grades 6–12, on our Youth page.

What Should I Expect?

You probably will be offered a handshake as you enter, often followed by a hug as you leave. We not only worship and serve together—we really like, respect, and love each other! The coffee hour that follows both services offers another opportunity for fellowship, and . . .

I would describe our community as a medium-sized congregation with a huge heart for sharing God’s love and message. We are small enough to be a true, concerned, and supporting family, but large enough to meet your needs and desires. There is truly a ministry within the church for everyone. God has given all of us gifts to be shared, and we have an outlet for you to use those personal gifts. But we won’t ask you to commit your time and talents until you are ready!

Get to know us, and know that we are sincerely dedicated to seeking a better understanding of our Lord, and then sharing it with others. Our church building and our facilities are great, but it is our people who make this a dwelling place for God, our Father.


When someone inquires about our church, one of the first questions usually is, “Do you have a parking lot?” I answer honestly and enthusiastically, “No, but yes!” “How can that be?” is the puzzled response. “Well, there is no designated parking lot, but the on-street parking directly around our church is just about limitless.” I remind people that they are willing to walk from the far end of a shopping mall parking lot to make purchases; so why aren’t they willing to walk a half block to enter a church where they will find a community of welcoming, sincere believers?

So whether you enter on Jefferson Blvd. through the red doors, or down the driveway at the side on Carlisle Avenue (This is the handicapped entrance where the lift to the sanctuary is located), or through the door at the educational wing on Cambridge Avenue, a warm welcome awaits you.