Ministries - Lower Providence Presbyterian Church
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Children’s Ministries

  • Club 45  (Fourth & Fifth Grade Fellowship). This group provides fun, fellowship and growth in Christ. The Fourth & Fifth Grade Fellowship meets once a month on a Friday in Room 205.
  • Confirmation
  • Sunday School
  • VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL ages 4 through completed 4th grade

Contact MaryAnn Alderfer, (610) 539-6635 x25 or malderfer@lppcmin.org for complete details on all of our children’s and family ministry programs.

Youth Ministries
The Youth Ministries at Lower Providence Presbyterian Church are designed for youth who are in grades six through twelve. The programs strive to provide a safe, supportive atmosphere where young people will feel comfortable to be themselves. To learn more about our Youth Ministries contact Rev. Ted Mingle.

Young Adult Ministries
Cross Point Fellowship is for post high school young adults. It provides a generational link between our younger youth groups and our older adult activities. Our mission is to share and grow our faith through worship and fellowship. Social activities will include, but not be restricted to, bowling, movies, eating out, day trips and possibly a Get-Away Weekend and a scaled down version of Work Camp. This group is open to members of LPPC and non members and we encourage friends to participate. Please contact contact Rev. Ted Mingle.

Adult Ministries

Contact the church office at 610-539-6635 for more information on the following ministries.

  • The Presbyterian Women of Lower Providence
  • Presbyterian Seniors
  • Women’s Lunch Bunch
  • Men’s Breakfast
  • Men’s Basketball
  • Bible Studies
  • Sunday School

Music Ministries
Music is an integral part of glorifying God in Worship. At LPPC, we’re blessed to have a gifted, dedicated, active, and inspirational music ministry! All of our groups eagerly welcome new members. Please contact Dr. Keith Javors for additional details at kjavors@lppcmin.org or call (610) 539-6635 x28.

Deacons
Mary Raudenbush, Moderator

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