PEAK is our midweek program that includes something for everyone. We have classes for adults and classes for kids of all ages, in addition to nursery care so parents can attend these classes and know their children are well cared for. Some of the recent PEAK classes we have offered adults are Financial Peace University, Love and Logic Parenting, and various marriage based book studies with discussion groups. Our choirs also meet on Wednesday nights to rehearse, if you are interested in joining them.
Another option we offer on Wednesday nights before our classes is a delicious meal and fellowship at 5:30 p.m. ($3 for adults, $2 for kids under 12). It’s perfect for a busy family! At 6:30 p.m., we disperse to various locations on our campus to learn and serve.
Men's Ministry has a two-part format on Wednesday mornings. They begin at 6:00 a.m. with praise music, prayer and reading of the Word. Part 2 at 6:30 a.m. includes a message, testimonials, discussion and prayer. All men of the church are invited. Coffee, doughnuts and great fellowship await you in the Fireside Room! Men’s Ministry partners with Influences West and the Global Influencers Men’s Ministry.
Be Still is for all women who are seeking a restful experience with Jesus through contemplative prayer. We pray for each other, for the church, for the Kingdom, but first we focus on opening ourselves up to the Lord through resting and waiting on God to initiate communion with us. We meet Saturday mornings 7:30 a.m.- 9:00 a.m. in the Chapel.
Is an open, come-as-you-are, Christ-centered men's group that meets in the John Estelle Room (above the church Narthex) once a week. This group has been meeting for over 20 years and welcomes any men who want to go deeper into their relationship with Jesus. Format is typically flexible and open (no need to share if you don't want to); sometimes they discuss various readings, selected chapters from the Bible, or just make time for support and prayer as needed. Feel free to contact Al Nunez at email@example.com or Mark Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The LCPC Women's Book Club is open to women of all ages. They meet on the last Thursday of the month in members' homes for a time of fellowship and discussion of that month's selection. The books they read are predominantly fiction from a variety of genres, and not necessarily Christian in theme. Members are assigned a specific month to choose the book and host the meeting. The December meeting is typically a dinner meeting at a local restaurant. For more information, contact Sheri Gray at gray.sheri@gmail.
This women's book study meets the 4th Wednesday of the month at 3:30 pm. Contact Nancy Coler (818) 248-2443 for location and information on what book they are studying this month.