We invite you to visit us if you are seeking a church, or simply “seeking.” Our mission is to Share Jesus Every Day in All Ways because our members embrace real faith in action. Our purpose is to serve with people in our community and those within our church to lovingly support each other in our joys and challenges. We welcome each person and celebrate our differences as part of God’s rich design. — Sunday Worship: 10:00 AM – Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday March 11
The True Meaning of Easter
(Hint: There’s a whole lot more than candy and spring break.)
For some, the images of Jesus’ death on the cross and the empty tomb are powerful reminders of how God works in our world — bringing life out of death, bringing hope amidst despair, bringing new life out of stale survival.
For some, the death and rising of Christ shows them the power of living a life of compassion and service.
For some, the resurrection is a reminder of the dying and rising we do in our own lives, including the dying and rising we are reluctant to go through.
For others the most important aspect of Jesus’ death is that by his act of sacrifice, we are forgiven and called children of God.
For some, Jesus Christ’s rising from the dead means victory: death has been conquered, and eternity with God is our inheritance as children of God.
For many, betrayal and death fill their lives, even for generations. The resurrection of Christ after his betrayal and death brings them not only hope, but a close companionship with Jesus.
The Spirit of God meets each of us where we are. What is God telling you about Easter? LPC explores the dimensions of Christ together. We ask tough questions of God, and are suspicious of pat answers.
If this kind of exploration sounds inviting, take a step of faith this Easter season. Visit us on Sundays at 10 a.m. Meet our pastor and hear the stories from others on the Christian journey of faith.
Lincroft Presbyterian Church has been certified as a
First Year Earth Care Congregation for 2018
The Earth Care Congregations program was started in 2010 by PC(USA) Environmental Ministries.
The goal of the program is to inspire churches to care for God’s earth in a holistic way through integrating earth care into all of their church lives. The Earth Care Congregation certification honors churches that make that commitment and encourages others to follow their example.
We are proud to be recognized for our continuing efforts of good stewardship of our Earth and for our role as educators in our community for environmental and climate healthcare.
28 March, 2018 – Maundy Thursday
7:30 – 8:30 pm
“Once Upon A Tree“
One performance only
The chamber choir of Lincroft Presbyterian Church offers to the community a musical enactment of the last days of Jesus’ life. The music is a work by Pepper Choplin, “Once Upon a Tree,” and is narrated by a disciple of Jesus, the “Physician Luke.”
The choir, accompanied by Bob Sammond, begins the evening singing, “Once upon a tree, a good man died, and though He did no crime, He was crucified. If the story ended there, I would have no song to share, but my heart will ever sing the story.” Jerusalem is visited, noting the danger of that city, and the boldness of Jesus’ preaching. After the last supper and time of praying in the garden, the music climaxes as Jesus is arrested, as Peter strikes a soldier’s ear. The story continues, with Jesus’ body being taken from the cross as Mary sings. The heart of the story is the inner life of the narrator, Physician Luke. He speaks of his experiences with the sick and dying as he reflects on the death of his master. Because of Jesus wondrous resurrection, Luke has given his life to the telling of the story. He asks us, “what will you do with the story?”
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