Every Sunday from 10/06/2019 to 11/11/2019
Join us for Worship
Our All In sermon series comes to a close in November. Our study of the early Church in The Acts of the Apostles has helped us see God’s mission in a new light. In these next four weeks, we’ll focus on unity in the church, how to share the Gospel in love, how
to speak the Gospel in a culture that’s different than our own, and the power of love the binds the Church together. We hope you will be praying that God will use you to reach out beyond the walls of the Church to impact the world around you.
THE LORD’S SUPPER “All In: Finding Unity in Mission” For Personal Study: Acts 15
Message by Lee Cook “All In: Prison Ministry” For Personal Study: Acts 17
ONE SERVICE ONLY AT 9:00 AM FOLLOWED BY AN ALL-CHURCH BRUNCH
Message by Lee Cook “All In: The Gospel for Philosophers” For Personal Study: Acts 18
Message by Lee Cook “All In: Paul’s Goodbye” For Personal Study: Acts 2
NEW SONG WORSHIP (CONTEMPORARY), SUNDAYS AT 9:00 AM
Our 9:00 a.m. service is led by our Praise Band. Each week the band might be different, but usually we have guitars, drums, keyboards, bass guitar and singers. We strive to provide an opportunity to experience God's deep love in a way that connects with everyday life. Our music often sounds similar to the music you'd hear on the radio, but the message is profoundly different. Our band seeks to lead in worship not perform. So each week we invite you to be "in the band" by singing, clapping along, or even dancing.
SERVICE OF PRAISE (CLASSIC), SUNDAYS AT 11:00 AM
Our traditional service in the main Sanctuary features our Cathedral Choir along with organ, piano, hymns, praise songs, and special music. Periodically there will be performances given by the 5:19 Praise Band, Cathedral Bells, Children’s Choir, and special music performed by members of our congregation. Our 11 a.m. Traditional Service honors the traditions that have bound Christians together for centuries and have been practiced at LCPC for over 130 years. Come hear The Lord's Prayer, the Apostles' Creed, and great hymns of the faith led by our wonderful Cathedral Choir and the 5:19 Praise Team, fill the Sanctuary. The voices of the choirs and the sound of the organ create rich harmonies and textures that transport worshipers into His majestic presence.