This Weekend at Lakewood Presbyterian
June 4, 2023
Please join us this Sunday for worship as Pastor Joy Laughridge brings the Word from the books of Genesis & 2 Corinthians in her sermon We Belong.
Guests are welcome to join us at 10:00 am for worship in the sanctuary or online!
To view the service online click on the "Worship Services" page above and choose the date.
NEW SUMMER OFFICE HOURS
The church office will be moving summer hours beginning Tuesday, May 30 until Friday, August 4.
New hours are:
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Summer Service of Renewal
Summer and refreshment are two things that seem to go together, and this summer you are invited to seek spiritual refreshment in a series of special Services for renewal. These informal services will be held in the sanctuary at 4:30 pm on the 4th Sundays of June, July, and August. The services will include music (led by the praise band), prayers, a brief Biblical reflection, and communion together. These services are being offered to create a sacred space in which we can wait on the Lord, listen for his voice, practice confession, and receive God’s mercy. The seeking, the weary, the hungry, the lonely, the eager, the committed, the curious, the doubters, the debtors - ALL are welcome and invited to join us for this time. Please come!
Lakewood Presbyterian Church has been a part of the Lakewood Community since 1952.
Founded in 1952, Lakewood Presbyterian Church is now in its seventh decade of serving the Jacksonville community. We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and a member of the Presbytery of St. Augustine, which is composed of churches in 14 Northeast Florida counties. The mission of Lakewood Presbyterian Church is to worship the living God as revealed in Jesus Christ, teach the Scriptures, encourage Christian spiritual development, build a fellowship of love and trust, and send forth disciples to serve in the community and the world.
Brian Mitchell, Director of Youth & Christian Education gives his benediction at the end of his service, “Friends, go into your day and your week, knowing that you are a loved and cherished child of God, and then go act like you are a loved and cherished child of God. And go in the name of God the creator, God the son and God the Holy Spirit and go in peace. Amen.”