Anchored in God’s love, we are a community of believers worshiping in the Reformed tradition, committed to sharing the Good News through Christian education, discipleship, fellowship, and mission. ~ PCLT Mission Statement God’s greatest commandment is to love – to love God and to love one another. Relationships are at the heart of our life […]
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PRAYER for MEMORIAL DAY
Lord God, until there is war no more and you wipe every tear from every eye, we will remember. We will remember those who have served and died for the sake of something greater than themselves. We will remember and give thanks for the men and women who knowingly put themselves in harm’s way so that others might be safer. We will remember the families who grieve this day and every day for brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers, daughters and sons, friends and spouses, who lost their lives while wearing the uniform of our country.
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Adult Christian Education
9:30am – 10:30am
“Resurrection Hope and The Book of Revelation”
The Revised Common Lectionary offers scripture passages from the Book of Revelation for study, reading, and reflection during the Easter season. These scriptures from this very strange and confusing final book of the New Testament resonate with the themes of resurrection, new life, eternal life, and especially HOPE – how we imagine life with the Risen Christ! Look here for the weekly topics and readings.
Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) Project Coordinator – Check here for the position description.
A Congregation in Missional Transformation
“It has taken us decades to realize that mission is not just a program of the church. It defines the church as God’s sent people. Either we are defined by mission, or we reduce the scope of the gospel and the mandate of the church.”
~ Derek Guder, Missional Church
Like many churches, PCLT recognizes the need to move beyond walls of our building into the world around us. Our church has always been focused on and committed to serving God and our neighbor. And God is always sending us to new places. Join us as we continue to discover, through prayer and creative discernment, ways in which we can build relationships and partner with others to be part of the God’s mission of mending of the world.
“I was glad when they said unto me,
Let us go into the House of the Lord.”
for all those who saw God at work among us
and joined in that work,
we dedicate this building and its grounds
TO THE GLORY OF GOD.
May God bless this Church Home
and use us in ways beyond our imagination
for the coming of Christ’s Kingdom
here on earth as it is in Heaven.”
June 2, 2013