Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church
1865 Knoxlyn Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325

(717) 642-5332

Click on Calendar for current months events

 

 

 

Contact Information:

      (717) 642-5332

     

lmcoffice@pa.net

 

Hold cursor over text to pause!



Questions about Christian faith or mission....our worship service....church membership? You may contact the pastor from a link on the Pastor's Page. Thank you.

Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian is not just a Church, but a Church founded in 1748, and since that time has been "A family where Christ is head, and the entire Congregation are ministers," located in a grove of trees near the Civil War battlefield at nearby Gettysburg, PA.

Celebrating Over 267 Years of Service to Our Lord in the Fairfield-Gettysburg Community ...Since 1748


Rev. Troy Morgan

Communion Dates 2016

Feb 14th, Mar 23rd

Mar 27th, May 15th

Aug 7th, Oct 2nd

Nov 27th, Dec 24th

CLICK HERE to see requirements for the position of Director of Congregational Care and Christian Nurture

Click here to see the final copy of our Church Mission Study !

Prayer MeetingsPrayer Meetings are being held every Wednesday evening at 7:45 in the fellowship hall. All are welcome to come for prayer or to pray for others.

Pastor’s Sunday School Class

The pastor’s Sunday school class meets in classroom
#4 every Sunday from 9:45—10:45.

The Seekers Class

meets in the youth room (in the basement of the sanctuary) every Sunday from
9:45—10:45 AM. They are currently studying the book of Luke. Talk to Mike Orleski or Dennis Ryan for more information.

Wednesday Night Book/Bible Study

The Wednesday study is currently reading another Max Lucado
Book,
When God Whispers Your Name. The study begins at 6:30 PM each Wednesday. Questions? Ask Fredda Kilgore or Susan Nunamaker.

 


 Sunday Morning Worship

  Worship hours are are 8:30 and 11:00am

Sunday School for All Ages is 9:45 to 10:45

  Nursery is provided for Sunday School

 and the 11am Service only. 9:30am to 12:15pm

 

**** SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE SUPPER IS CANCELLED for the safety of our parisheners. ****

There will be a Big Coffee Hour after both services on Sunday, April 3rd. See you there!

**** SNOW CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENT*****

Church Services will be cancelled if Gettysburg or Fairfield declare a Snow Emergency. Please listen to 107.7 and/or WGAL for updates. Stay Safe!

Food Pantry

Every time there is a can sale or BOGO, I hope and pray that everyone thinks about helping out their neighbors by buying that additional item to donate to the Fairfield Food Pantry. Just a reminder to check to make sure your donated items are not outdated. Those that receive these items are very appreciative of your loving donations.

— From Our Daily Bread –
Father, open my eyes to those struggling to
have enough food, enough love, enough hope, then open my heart to find ways to help them receive love, using my hands in service to them and through them to you.

SOUP KITCHEN

Our next dates and meals will be:
March 4 — Chicken Crunch Supreme
April 1 — Hearty Ham & Rice Bake
If you are interested in helping make a casserole or in helping to serve, just sign up on the sheets located in the Fellowship Hall bulletin board, near the restrooms. Each month there is a list of what we are preparing and leave a recipe for you to follow. The recipe
should be enough to feed approximately twelve people. The casserole needs to be delivered to 22 West High
Street at 10:30 AM

Where Did Your 2014 Shoebox Gifts Go?
Children in 118 countries received shoebox gifts through Operation Christmas Child, including millions children! 7,991,643 shoeboxes were collected in the United States, and another 2,448,690 from Austria, Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, all given in the name of Jesus. The Greatest Gift , a book which introduces the Gospel, was handed out in with every shoebox.
In December 2014, Samaritan’s Purse airlifted gifts for 60,000 children living as refugees in northern Iraq. These children and their families were among hundreds of thousands of refugees driven from their homes by ISIS terrorists.
Your shoebox brought joy to the ends of the earth. Thank you!

 

Check the calendar page on the bar above or your copy of L'il Ripples Newsletter for more information on all LMCPC activities!   Thank you.


 

 

 


    

Hit Counter by Digits