In 1975 a lay renewal dramatically changed the course of LMPC. These are the stories of the people who experienced it.
Sunday, August 20 – Last Town Hall Meeting on the proposed succession plan
Sunday, August 27 – Congregational Meeting to elect the pulpit committee
Sunday, October 22 – Congregational Meeting to hear and to vote on the pulpit committee’s recommendation
JULY 18, 2017: Our annual WILD & WACKY BINGO event is upon us! Come for the traditional fried chicken picnic dinner and a few games of bingo on Tuesday, July 18 at 6:00 p.m. in the LMPC fellowship hall. Expect lots of wacky prizes which will be selected by the winners of BINGO! RSVP by Wednesday, July […]
Widows Harvest Ministries in Chattanooga is a key ministry partner of LMPC through our Home Missions program. Watch this video to find out more about the development of this relationship.
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Join us for a summer lecture series on racial reconciliation and Jesus with Karen and Carl Ellis on June 25, July 30, and August 20 at 6:00 p.m. in the chapel. The series is entitled “Who Are the People of God?” and each lecture will be followed by a question and answer time. No nursery will […]
Download our prayer guides for “Praying Through the Beatitudes,” “Praying Through the Ten Commandments,” and our “Personal Guide for One Hour of Prayer.”
Prayer groups meet regularly at LMPC. Please join us! To read more about the Ladies Missions Prayer Band, Wednesday evening prayer, Prayer and Bible Hour, prayer for our missionaries, or Sunday Evening Prayer, just click on the title above.
We are honored to pray for our friends and neighbors on the mountain, in our city, in the nation and around the world. If you have a prayer request or would like join the PrayLMPC email group, click on the title of this post above.
Do you want to sing in the choir but cannot commit to a full year? Please see the schedule below for summer choral ensembles.
Lunch at the Buttonwillow Civil War Dinner Theatre in Whitwell, TN Tuesday, June 6 We will travel together to Whitwell to enjoy a lunch matinee at the Buttonwillow Civil War Dinner Theater where we will step back into 1864 and be surrounded by the grandeur of a beautiful antebellum hall at the old Buttonwillow Church. […]