The Presbyterian Church of LaPorte
Friday, March 27, 2015
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Join us for Palm Sunday this Sunday, March 29, 2015

This week's message will be given by the Rev. Dr. Sally Wicks

The title of her message will be "Restored in Christ: Broken Majesty".

The Sermon text is Mark 11:1-11, & March 15:6-15 




What is Palm Sunday? 



The start of Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday as we remember Jesus TRIUMPHANT entry into JERUSALEM, riding a donkey over a carpet of palm branches laid by the people as they cheered Hosanna! Hosanna!



We will celebrate the day with palms!






Everyone will receive a palm stem. The children will sing during the traditional service and process with the choir. Everyone will also learn how to make a cross with the palm. Worship times are at 9: 00 a.m. (contemporary) and 11:00 a.m. (traditional).



The Children's Choir form our Wednesday Kid's Club will join us in the 11:00 a.m. service. 

During worship we have a Children's Message.

Following that, children 3 years to 3rd grade are invited to attend

Children's Church for a worship experience just for them.

Childcare is available in our nursery for children under 3 years old. er


For the latest information about the 2014-2017 Ministry plan click here!

Bethlehem Bound
A Christmas pageant held by our
Children & Youth Ministry
December 14, 2014
 Thank to all who came to our for our
We had a great time!                       

"Restored in Christ: Broken Spirit" with Rev. Dr. Sally Wicks
 March 15, 2015 Sermon


February 8 , 2015 Sermon: "What I Came to do"  with Rev. David Lawrence

We're already looking forward to VBS 2015!! Hometown Nazarath will be our theme.
Here's what we did last year. 
     Here's a video to share of our recent vacation bible school! This year's VBS was a 5-night event filled with new surprises and activities. Each day the children got to experience the journey of the people of Israel as if they had traveled back in time! They got to hang out with Moses and several Israelites who taught them important life lessons as well as some skills like butter making, weaving and even some Hebrew! Needless to say it was a wonderful week! Next year there's more!


Consecration Sunday: November 9th Sermon: "But Do I Have To?" with guest preacher
Rev. Dr. Ericka Parkinson Kilbourne