Wednesday, May 3, 5:30pm

Fellowship Dinner

Remembering those who have served in the military.

Hamburgers & hot dogs on the grill.


Habitat Apostles Build Call to Action -The Apostles Build project (including 10 churches) had a kick-off ceremony Thursday, April 20th at The Glen. LPC is to provide two workers familiar with framing that day from 8:00am to noon; we have one, but still need another.  Our first workdays will be May 3rd and May 6th. We will still be framing. Further workdays will be announced as we hear more. A sign-up sheet is located in the Narthex if you are interested in helping at some time during the four months of construction. Contact John Preston, or 678-939-3488 with any questions or to volunteer.  Directions to The Glen from Bluffton: Once over the bridge and onto Hilton Head, at the stoplight on Hwy 278 at Pembroke Drive (just after Wendy’s, before Walmart), take a right on Pembroke.  Follow Pembroke all the way to a roundabout, where you’ll take the 2nd exit onto Leg O’Mutton.  This road will end at Marshland Road where you’ll make a left turn.  Less than a mile up on Marshland, take a left turn onto Alex Patterson and this will take you into The Glen.  The Apostles Build is on Habitat Circle.  There’s a big sign on the lot.


LPC/Temple Oseh Shalom Shoe Project. Please bring gently used shoes, taped with masking tape sole-to-sole, to give to Bluffton Self Help in memory of those who, before perishing in the Holocaust, as a supreme act of love, left to the world their shoes, for those who survived. Please bring shoes on Sunday, April 23, 2017 to add to those donated by Temple members. On Monday at 10:45am we will sort the shoes with our Temple friends in Fellowship Hall and go out for lunch. On Tuesday at 10:45am we will transport them to Bluffton Self Help. If you don't have shoes to donate you may purchase children's shoes. If you can help Sunday, Monday or Tuesday please contact Bill Thorpe at 843-706 -2729 or sign-up in the Narthex. Join our Temple Oseh Shalom friends in a simple but worthy project in “repairing the world” right here in Bluffton.


New Small Group Offering: "Perseverance: A Long Obedience in the Same Direction" by Eugene Peterson, author of The Message paraphrase of the Bible.  The study and discussion in this six week course centers around the question, when the going gets tough, what does a Christian do?  Sign up in the Narthex by Monday March 27th for one of the two times available so books may be ordered: (1) Tuesday 2pm Group for women which begins April 4th led by Sonia Abernethy and others or (2) Wednesday 3pm Group for men and women, which begins April 5th, led by Joe Crowley.

Join WOC for the Second Secondhand Rose Fashion Show and Tea.  All Women of the Church are invited to attend on Saturday, April 29th at 12:00 noon in Fellowship Hall.  You’ll recognize our “runway stars” as women from LPC as they model clothing and accessories they have found at nearby thrift and secondhand shops.  A traditional high tea, including tea sandwiches, scones and sweets, will be served. Tickets are $15.00 and will be on sale in the Narthex following both services on Sundays.  All proceeds benefit the benevolences of WOC.  Be sure to join us!

On Wednesday, May 3, at 5:30pm the Fellowship Dinner Committee and Men of Purpose are combining forces to grill hamburgers and hot dogs as we pause to remember those who have served our country. If you served in the military, please bring a photo of yourself in uniform to church on Easter Sunday, and place it in the basket in the Narthex with your name and branch of service written on back. The photo will be returned.

Tour the Holy Land with a group from the Charleston Atlantic Presbytery September 18th to 27th.  Join Rev. Heather Prince Doss (formerly at Sea Island PC) and Eric Doss on a once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage to the Holy Land.  For more information, go to their website or pick up a card in the Narthex.  Other LPC members are considering going!


The Stardust Orchestra, a lowcountry musical treasure since 2004, will perform in concert at the Lowcountry Presbyterian Church on Sunday, April 30th from 3 until 4 p.m.  Accompanying the orchestra on vocals will be our own Robin Lind!  This concert is open to the community and will feature classic Great American Songbook tunes arranged in fresh, contemporary styles as well as new numbers, all of which are sure to please audiences of all ages.

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