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 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


Earth Day weekend: Beach Sweep and special worship service – April 21-22 – click for details

LPC is an Earth Care Congregation

LPC is an Earth Care Congregation

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The True Meaning of Easter
(Hint: There’s a whole lot more than candy and spring break.)

by Pastor Ford
Click here to read

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Thursday, 29 March 2018
Musical Enactment of Jesus’ Last Days:
Once Upon A Tree”
By Pepper Choplin

Lincroft Presbyterian Church. One performance only.

Once Upon A Tree

Once Upon A Tree

 

The chamber choir of Lincroft Presbyterian Church offered to the community a musical enactment of the last days of Jesus’ life.  The story was narrated by a disciple of Jesus, the “Physician Luke.”

 

The choir, accompanied by Bob Sammond, began 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?”

 

Captions:

Top: The LPC choir with narrator, Luke, at left

Upper Middle: The Choir sings with the three crosses in the background

Lower Middle: The removal from the cross as Mary sings with the choir

Bottom: Narrator, Luke (Phil Telman)

 

Click here for a video excerpt

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LPC Newsletter:

 April 2018

March 2018

 

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  1. Pastor Diane Ford

    Greetings, All! This summer is a new beginning at Lincroft Church — new pastor (me), new ways to serve the community, and new ways to support the spiritual lives of all who visit us. We are a visitor-friendly place and want to share this great faith community. Contact us or just come by!

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