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Women’s Retreat Recap

On October 4th and 5th, the LRPCA women gathered at Skycroft Conference Center in Middletown, Maryland for a weekend of learning and fellowship. Among them were women from many other Maryland churches, including Loch Raven’s sister church and partner in the retreat planning, Aisquith. We were warmly greeted upon arrival by the conference speaker, singer/songwriter…

An Update from the Road with Walter Milligan

Pastor David’s oldest son, Walter, is spending the year traveling the country with Life Action Ministries starting revivals in churches. He occasionally sends updates back home. This is the first of those updates. Shared with permission. Dear Friends and Family, It’s now been a full month that I’ve been traveling with Life Action! It’s been…

Welcome to ‘Classical Conversations’

‘Classical Conversations, Parkville Community’ now meets at Loch Raven Presbyterian Church. So what is it? Simply stated, it is a Christian service for homeschooling families. Classical Conversations is a leader in the home-centered education movement. It is a mission: To know God and to make Him known. It is a model: Classical Conversations combines the…

Ecclesiastes and Micro Machines Super Van City

As a result of some good discussion at the young men’s study on a recent Wednesday evening, Justin Sweeney wrote the following as he reflected on the book of Ecclesiastes.  I’m glad he has agreed to share it with us.  Enjoy! The first major meaninglessness of my life… The Micro Machines Super Van City. Here’s…

Sunday School Scoop

I have been reading a book ( after owning it for over 10 years), “The Christian Culture Survival Guide” by Matthew Paul Turner. This is a humorous jab at the peculiarities of Christianity.  Chapter 4 deals with Church Involvement. He talks about wanting to volunteer for the children’s ministry. After speaking with leader, he was…

Reading the Gospel of Isaiah, Wonderful!

This October as we continue with the discipline of daily Bible reading, we delight to read the major prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah as well as the New Testament wisdom of James. Isaiah showcases some of the best known descriptions of the Promised Messiah. How wonderful to read again the prophecy, “For unto us a child…

Welcome to ‘Hope Chapel’

Hope Chapel is a sister PCA congregation of predominantly English-speaking Korean Americans. Because Hope Chapel has outgrown its space in a rent-ed movie theater, they will be worshipping at LRPC on Sunday afternoons at 1:45, beginning October 12. We thank God that LRPC is able to use what God has given to us to assist…

LRPC Servant Spotlight: Barbara Reed

From time to time, the LRPC Press will be featuring one of the behind the scenes servants here at Loch Raven Presbyterian.  Hopefully, these stories will encourage you in your walk with the Lord and perhaps give you ideas of ways you can serve Him either here at LRPC or in the community around us….

‘Back to Church Sunday’ & Pies!

Pastor David, with his kids leading the charge, encouraged the church to invite friends and family to LRPC as part of the nationwide ‘Back to Church Sunday’ initiative on September 21st. While we were thankful enough just to worship along with 5 new families, Pastor David was true to his challenge of 1 pie to…

The Only Way Forward is on Our Knees

We have been emphasizing daily Bible reading this year. We passed out a nifty little guide that takes us through the entire Bible in one year. We spent numerous weeks looking at an Overview of the Bible. And that is absolutely essential and right and good. The Bible is God’s Holy Word; it is the…