Sunday Morning Formation
Share in Sunday morning groups at 10:00 a.m., between our two worship services.
LCPC Small Groups
Seeking new and deeper knowledge of God’s presence and sharing the experience is the power of a book group. An informal book group met throughout the year on Wednesday evenings enjoying a variety of titles. Content and discussion gave way to impact worship, church vision and our very identity, such is the power of a book.
Recent Book Discussions:
- Topics on Privilege and Race: Putting faith into action, letting the reality of a living God shape the course of our daily tasks, can be reasons why we call ourselves Christian. Faithful living sometimes asks hard questions, the spirit nudging, moving, provoking. More than political rhetoric or media hype, wrestling with racism and the truth of white privilege has deep implications for us all. These are big topics that must be approached earnestly; with honest and vulnerable discussion. Our book discussions have been just that.
The Confession of 1967 and The Confession of Belhar
Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism – Drew G.I Hart
Facing Racism: A Vision of the Intercultural Community Antiracism Study Guide from the Presbyterian Mission Agency
- Toxic Charity, How Churches and Charities Hurt Those Try Help – Robert Lupton
- Chasing Francis, a pilgrim’s tale – Ian Morgan Cron
- Laudato Si, On Care For Our Common Home – Pope Francis Encyclical Letter