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, April 9, 10:00 am – Palm Sunday Worship
Process from LPC parking lot into the Narthex waving palms.
Friday, April 14, 7:30 pm – Good Friday Tenebrae Service
A solemn service on Good Friday evening.
Sunday, April 16, 10:00 am – Easter Sunday Celebration
Lincroft Presbyterian Church Hosts “A Path Through the Wilderness” Lenten Labyrinth
Weekdays through April 13, 2017, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sunday, April 23, 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM at Lincroft Presbyterian Church
Free family movie night screening of Before the Flood, the award-winning PG documentary about climate change with Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, followed by a discussion on actions we can take locally.
Serving light refreshments.
In Memory of Guy Geoly
November 12, 1937 – March 10, 2017
We lost a devoted husband, a loving father and grandfather and a fierce friend last Friday. Guy Geoly passed away after a hard-fought battle with congestive heart failure. He departed this world on his own terms, with a belly full of fresh trout and a glass of good wine after having lunch with Charlotte and some dear friends. He is survived by his beloved wife Charlotte Runyon Geoly and three children Paul Geoly, Pete Geoly and Jean Geoly Armstrong. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Katie Armstrong, Alison Armstrong, Mia Geoly, Nik Geoly and Maria Geoly. He lived with Type 1 Diabetes for almost 70 years. In lieu of flowers, please make a memorial donation in Guy’s name to JDRF to help support type 1 diabetes research.
Guy Geoly and family were members of LPC for many years. —– Obituary
Lenten history for Presbyterians
For some Presbyterians, celebrating Lent is not intuitive — it may not have been part of their family’s pattern growing up. It is, however, connected to the way in which the Christian celebration of Easter evolved.
“The Epistle” newsletter from LPC for March is now online
The LPC “Epistle,” a monthly newsletter that has been published for many years on paper, is now online.
Click here to read
Special Past Event at LPC
A New Orleans Jazz Service
Verses, Vibes & Vittles
To Benefit Family Promise of Monmouth County
Fair use audio clips from the Jazz Service:
Special Past Event at LPC:
A Community Anti-Racism Workshop
with Alonzo Johnson and Mark Koenig
February 10 – 12, 2017
February 10 – S. African Apartheid: A Success Story
February 11 – Definitions, Discussion, Tools, Options
February 12 – Worship Service at LPC with Rev. Alonzo Johnson