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Loving God and loving our neighbors. (Luke 10:27)

Welcome to Lincoln Park! We offer two worship services every Sunday. Our Contemporary Service starts at 9 AM and our Traditional Service starts at 11 AM. Both services are family-friendly and we have a professionally-staffed nursery available for your little ones. If you can’t make it in person, we also livestream our services on Facebook. We would love to have you join us!

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Free 4th Sunday Breakfast – June 2024

June 23, 2024 from 10 AM – 11 AM | EVERYONE IS WELCOME so invite your friends and neighbors!

VBS 2024 – SCUBA

July 15–19th from 6–7:30 PM | Join us for a fun-filled week as we dive deep into an amazing undersea adventure where your child will experience the ever-flowing, never-ending love of God.


One Matters Award Presented to LP Leaders

Pastor Quentin Wallace and Church Council members accept the One Matters Award from District Superintendent Evelyn Kent Clark at First UM Church, Fairless Hills, Bucks County, during the Conference annual awards ceremony on April 6.

Missions Update May 2024

Thanks for the outpouring of items for the Hope Rescue Mission Clothing Drive. The Mission Committee would like to support The Children’s Home of Reading (CHOR) for its next project.

Prayer Support Lifts the Arms of our Leaders

Godly leaders have great responsibility, but they are not called to do it alone. Prayer and encouragement are the greatest supports we can offer for those who lead us. Therefore let us “lift the arms” of our leaders with our support, and we’ll find that, with God, we’ll win the difficult battles that arise.

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