The Chancel Choir will present its Easter Cantata at 8:30 & 10:30am Sunday, April 2: the first 5 movements of Gabriel Faure's Requiem.

The Chancel Choir will be singing the first 5 movements of Gabriel Fauré's Requiem on Sunday, April 2 during both services.  Syd Small will accompany the choir.  Guest musician, Karen Bartlett, will be playing the harp on one of the movements and Carole Owen will be the guest soprano for the Pie Jesu.

Worship with the Community in Lent.  Join our brothers and sisters at St. Andrews UMC on Rt. 170 in Bluffton at noon Wednesday the 29nd.  A simple meal will follow. 

We are conducting our 6th GED Course, which continues to April 21st . Volunteering is not only for tutors; we would love more volunteers for administrative and hospitality functions. If you would like to volunteer for the GED Program, please contact Janit Maguire: (845) 527-6409 or janitmaguire@gedbluffton.org.

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.

We are invited to join the Temple for their next class on Saturday, March 18th at 10am.  The topic from Rabbi Ron Symons from Pittsburgh will be: "The God I don't believe in has a long white beard. How about you?"  When it comes to thinking about God, do we all have to believe the same thing?  Is there room for divergence?  Come join the conversation in our sanctuary and get to know our Jewish neighbors.

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!

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 www.progressivepilgrimage.com/cap or pick up a card in the Narthex.  Other LPC members are considering going!

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