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Adult Ministry

Christ gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God's people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.

Ephesians 4:11-13

In adult ministry, our aim is to help every member of the congregation experience the love of God and mature in their relationship to Jesus- becoming more like Him each day. As we mature, the Holy Spirit empowers and send us out to make God's love known in our community. Each follower of Jesus uses their own unique giftedness to serve alongside others to bring glory and honor to God. Jesus called us his disciples. Jesus not only makes it possible for us to know the love of God, but He also teaches us how to live in that love. Adult Ministry offers opportunities to learn how to grow in our faith, use our gifts, build one another up, and help others know the love of God.

Adult Ministries



Our Fellowship Ministry at LCPC is the church’s unofficial party planners. Throughout the year, Fellowship hosts numerous events on and off-campus to give our church and community the opportunity to joyfully do life together. Fellowship aims to provide fun and friendly interactive times for all generations through monthly events that could look like our annual Dodger Night, Game Nights, Chili Cookoffs, All-church picnics and more! Fellowship Ministry also hosts Wednesday night dinners for PEAK and the weekly “Party in the Breezeway,” a fellowship time between the 9am and 11am services for all to visit, snack and sip coffee together in fellowship with one another. To see what's going on in fellowship, check out the "Events" page on the website.


Cruisers are our beloved 50+ group at LCPC. Our Cruiser group has monthly gatherings on the first Tuesday of every month with special programming, and our monthly Bistro 50+ luncheon is open to anyone, especially those over 50 years old. For more info, please email Nancy at nancy@lcpc.net.

Small Groups

We have an incredibly active pool of Small Groups for you to choose from! We invite you to try any of: -Tuesday Evening Men's Small Group (In-Person)
-Wednesday Morning Men's Bible Study (Zoom) -Thursday Morning Men's Bible Study (Zoom)
-Saturday Morning Women’s "Be Still" Prayer Group (Zoom) -Wednesday Morning Women's Book Club (Zoom)
-Monday/Wednesday Zoom Bible Study with Lee on Facebook Live For more info on where small groups meet, you can email Nancy.


All of the ministries at LCPC are guided by committees, which are overseen by Session. If you'd like more info about open committees and their meeting times, you can email Nancy.


Andy Wilson
Senior Pastor
 Andy Wilson has been serving as pastor at LCPC since 1999. Prior to LCPC, he served as youth pastor at Village Presbyterian Church in Prairie Village, Kansas for seven years and at Fairmont Presbyterian Church of Cleveland Heights, Ohio for seven years. He and his family also served as short term mission workers in the Dominican Republic. A native of Southern California, Andy studied philosophy at Pomona College and later received a Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut. Andy’s wife Mary is very active in the church and leads a weekly Bible study and the mid-week children’s ministry called SPARKS. They have two young adult daughters. In his spare time Andy enjoys backpacking, mountaineering, travel, photography, music and a good book.
Email Andy.
Lee Cook
Director of Spiritual Formation
Lee Cook is originally from Moss Bluff, Louisiana and felt his calling to the ministry at the age of 17. He attended Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas and later received his Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary in New Jersey. Lee’s varied duties at LCPC include leading the contemporary service praise team every Sunday at 9:00 am, teaching classes on the Old and New Testament, and preaching at the majority of Sunday services at LCPC. Lee enjoys running, playing guitar and watching the New Orleans Saints and the Andy Griffith Show. He and his wife have two children. Lee Cook has been a featured writer on the InterVaristy Press website and records a podcast where he digs deeper into the material from Sunday's sermons. You can listen to them here.
Email Lee.