Worship at LPPC - Lower Providence Presbyterian Church
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Our Worship Services

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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Service Schedules
Sunday Worship at 8:30 and 11:00 am with Sunday School for all ages at 9:45.

Summer schedule begins Memorial Day weekend with one service at 9:45 am (no Sunday School) with Fellowship Hour following. We return to the regular schedule Labor Day weekend.

Saturday worship is generally offered at 4:30 pm at the Old Norriton Church on the third Saturday of the month except during the winter. The Christmas Carol Sing & Ring and the New Year’s Eve Candlelight Service are usually held in December.

Sunday School
Sunday School classes for all ages meet each Sunday from the second Sunday in September through the weekend prior to Memorial Day from 9:45 to 10:40 am in various locations. Maps (Floor Plans) are located at each entrance to guide you or simply ask a greeter at the reception desk in the Atrium.

Sermon Archives
Listen to audio recordings from recent sermons.

Our Sunday Services in Detail

The Sunday morning worship services comprise an essentially traditional style with a variety in worship order and music.

The music includes a variety of instruments and choirs including our Chancel Choir and our two bell choirs, the Sonrise Ringers and the Hilltop Ringers.  All of these musicians are led by our organist, pianist and music director, Keith Javors.  Traditional and classical hymns and anthems, along with gospel and contemporary choruses give an opportunity for those whose musical tastes vary to praise God through a variety of forms.

We greatly value the authority of the Scriptures for all teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that all God’s people may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.  (II Timothy 3:16-17).

This includes a brief Children’s Sermon for our younger disciples, usually based on the scripture lesson of the day, in which our children often manage to ask the questions and make the comments that none of us would have the nerve to propose!  In response to the preaching and teaching of the Scriptures, there is a regular celebration of the sacraments of baptism and communion, renewing our gratitude for Christ’s ongoing good work in our midst.

Come and join us for a joyful, invigorating worship experience as we gather together before our holy God.  We will do our best to welcome you warmly and we encourage you to remain after worship for fellowship and light snacks in our Atrium.

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