Welcome to LRBC!
Inside you will find some things about us; who we are, where we are, and why we meet together. We emphasize three areas of the Christian life that enable each of us to grow individually and corporately as a church body.
(in the Word)
We learn together as we study God’s word.
We live together as we become involved
in the community of small groups.
We serve together as one body
when we reach out to others.
Monthly Potluck Meal
Since Living Rock started in 1999 we have enjoyed our monthly potluck meals together. We stay after church and enjoy food and fellowship as a family, a church family. Please bring a main course and a side dish to share and participate in this great opportunity to get to know and fellowship with others in the church. Our next one will be on Sept. 11th in conjunction with a baptism service at French Creek Park!
We have Sunday School classes weekly for school aged children and adults from 9:00-9:45 am! Come and visit so we can learn from God’s Word together!
Saturday Sept. 17th
Ice Cream Social 6:30-8pm
Our Food Cellar is open on Thursday evenings from 5:30-6:30pm. If you are going through a hard time and in need of food, please come around to the back of the church during that time. We typically have sandwiches, salads, fresh fruit, pizza, calzones and chicken along with other items as available from the Harvest ministry we participate in. If Thursday evening isn’t good for you, consider coming to our service on Sunday morning at 10am. Food will be available after the service. If you would like to donate food please some contact the church or if you have questions or concerns. 610-286-3633.
We celebrate communion together every 4-6 weeks. After celebrating communion together we take a benevolent offering and use that money to help people within our congregation and locally that need some assistance. October 16th is our next scheduled time.
Gator Wilderness Camp Missions Trip
A group of individuals went to Gator Wilderness camp in Florida the first week of February 2015 where they helped support the camp by helping make food for a fundraiser that served 800 people and other jobs around camp such as electrical work and weeding. What a privilege to support the leadership team there that seeks to provide help and hope to boys 10-15 years of age who are struggling to be successful in the traditional educational model in the Punta Gorda section of Florida. Check out gatorwildernesscamp.com. We hope to take another trip there. Maybe you would like to join us?