About Our Church
LPPC is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and is a voluntary fellowship of men, women, and children united in covenant relationship with one another and with God through Jesus Christ.
LPPC is structured with a Session, a Board of Deacons, and Corporate Officers acting as church trustees. The Session consists of 24 ruling Elders each serving a 3 year term. The Elders are assigned to a committee either as a chairperson or as a committee member. The committees are responsible for the various duties and activities of the church.
Also, Elders are paired with a Deacon to support a parish of church members. There are 24 Deacons each serving a 3 year term. The Deacons also minister to those who are in need, to the sick, to the friendless and to any who may be in distress both within and beyond the community of faith.
Our Vision Statement
“Shining the light of Jesus Christ ever brighter from this hill through love, fellowship and outreach”
Our Mission Statement
For the glory of God and with Jesus Christ as our foundation, Lower Providence Presbyterian Church (LPPC) will nurture and enlighten its members and community through love, fellowship, and spiritual direction.
With never-ending faith in the Lord, LPPC will raise up its members to achieve their full potential. With the Holy Spirit ever present, LPPC will change lives and positively impact the world.
Who We Are
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- Mailing Address: 3050 West Ridge Pike, Eagleville, PA 19403
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Our Worship Service
Worship at Lower Providence Presbyterian Church is an exciting celebration of what Christ has done in our lives and ministries and a source of encouragement and challenge as we pursue the adventure of growing in him and serving him each day.
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LPPC has a long history in the Lower Providence community. Click here to read about our founding in 1730 and continual growth in the service of the Lord.
Parish Care Teams
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