What We Believe

God is personal and loving

  • We seek to know and love God: the Father, Son and Holy Spirit

  • We make time for reflection ad go to God in prayer

  • We seek to learn and understand more about God’s instruction and discern God’s guidance through worship, Bible study and Christian education

  • We support and encourage each other, no matter where we are on our faith journey

Jesus is Savior and Lord

  • We find our hope and salvation through Jesus Christ

  • We acknowledge that we are saved by God’s grace, not by our works. Our works are a response to God’s grace, not a means by which to earn it. 

  • We embrace the life and teachings of Jesus and strive to live by His example

Worship is the center of our life together

  • We seek to experience God’s presence and Word in worship

  • We practice intergenerational worship to include and inspire all ages

  • We are refreshed by worship, which prepares our hearts and minds for the week to come

The Church is the Body of Christ on earth

  • We are called to be a faithful, loving community

  • We actively encourage and invite others to find a faith home at LPC

  • We gratefully respond to the distinctive gifts of time, talent and treasure that God has given each one of us by offering a portion of these gifts in service as Christian disciples

  • We recognize the worth of every individual, affirming that everyone has something to offer and we try to help all find ways to share

  • We are proud of our Presbyterian heritage and support the work of the Presbyterian Church (USA

We love our neighbors as ourselves

  • We follow Jesus by practicing compassion, generosity and forgiveness

  • We seek to do God’s work in the world

  • We reach out in love to one another and the broader community, making a difference in people’s lives by sharing and caring and being active in the mission field

Membership is an important step toward authentic discipleship. Membership is an act of the individual and the community. Membership involves an individual making a public commitment of his or her life to Christ and the church, but it also involves our church family committing to each other’s Christian care and nurture.