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Join Us for Worship This Sunday - 10:30 AM

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What to expect If You Are Visiting For the First Time

What can you expect if you come to worship at LPPC? You can expect a worship service that is:

Intimate - we are a small congregation and we make no apologies;

Relevant - you will not hear the sermons your parents heard; and

Meaningful - what we do in worship connects to the rest of our lives.

The hope is that what happens in worship energizes us and prepares us to live in the world throughout the week as followers of Jesus.


Worship Times

Sunday services are held at 10:30 AM.  Everyone is welcome and we really mean it.  We value diversity, including age, abilities, cultures, race, gender identification, sexuality, class, marital status, and anything else that might keep you from being accepted elsewhere.  Please leave time after worship to connect with our congregation and have food together


Communion Service

Communion is celebrated each month, usually on the first Sunday and children are included.  Lincoln Park Presbyterian church celebrates open communion and all are invite to share in this celebration.


Family Sundays

Family Sundays take place every 4-6 weeks. Family Sundays are a time when we ask the children to stay for the whole worship service and we try to do some creative and movement oriented activities in worship.  

We want our children to experience worship and understand how to worship while they are children so we don’t just expect them to know when they get too old for Sunday school.

We also have a family pick-up choir that meets that morning to learn a song and sing it in worship that day.  With adults and children singing together, we have had some fun!


Kidspace

KidSpace 

KidSpace, our version of a one-room Sunday school that meets for the last 40 minutes of worship.  Children begin in worship and then following a Time with Children, they go out to KidSpace.  On Family Sundays, which we publish in advance, we do not have KidSpace so the children can stay in worship.


Religion is like going out to dinner with friends. Everyone may order something different, but everyone can still sit at the same table.
— The Dalai Lama