Family Life Ministry
Wednesday Night at LPC (WN@LPC) is the place to be for food, fellowship and fun – and to nurture your learning, your connection to your personal and church family, and your need for laughter and joy. It will also give you a night out of the kitchen as our Kitchen Krew prepares your family’s meal – and cleans up afterwards – no deal or coupon in town like this for $6.00! WN@LPC runs from late August through the end of May. Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m. in Benz Hall. Reservations must be made on the friendship pad in the church pew or by calling or emailing the church office by noon on Monday of each week.
Our Family Life Ministry also includes special events throughout the year such as LPC Night at the Jumbo Shrimp (baseball game), Fish Fry, and Halloween Trunk or Treat.
Sadly, our current season of Wednesday Night Dinners and other events hosted by the LPC Family Life Ministry is on hold during the Pandemic.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
All levels of knitters are welcome to help with the Prayer Shawl/Lap Robe Ministry, If you would like to contribute to this ministry, feel free to knit or crochet a shawl or lap robe. If you need a pattern, please contact Ann Sory Meadows.
Presbyterians Around The Hill (PATH)
This group of aged 30-55 members meets throughout the year for friendship and fun. Watch the weekly bulletins for meeting times.
Progressively Enthusiastic Presbyterian Seniors (PEPS)
For those age 55+, this group meets on the third Thursday of each month. The monthly event alternates between a program and lunch at the church one month and an activity and away lunch the next month. Some away activities have included trips to the IMAX Theater at World Golf Village, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, a tour of the Federal Reserve and an Amelia River Cruise.
For more information, contact the church office at (904) 733-8055. If you would like to join this “peppy” group of seniors, simply sign up to attend their next meeting.
We have many circle groups to meet the fellowship and spiritual needs of women and (despite what the name says) men. A detailed description of these programs may be found on the Presbyterian Women's page.