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Thanksgiving Bread Feast

There will be a special time of fellowship after the Thanksgiving service to be held on Wednesday, November 7, at 7:00 p.m. This year we will enjoy delicious homemade breads and toppings. If you plan on attending the Thanksgiving service and would like to donate a loaf of homemade bread (such as cranberry or pumpkin)…

Pilgrims on Our Way

“And if you call on him as Father who judges impartially according to each one’s deeds, conduct yourselves with fear throughout the time of your exile, knowing that you were ransomed from the futile ways inherited from your forefathers, not with perishable things such as silver or gold, but with the precious blood of Christ, like that of a…

Thanks for a Wonderful Harvest Party!

I wanted to express my sincere thanks to everyone who came and enjoyed a very pleasant evening last Saturday night. Not only were we blessed with such a mild evening, we were truly blessed with an evening of fellowship and outreach with so many members and their families and friends. I especially wanted to thank…

An Evening of Worship | November 16th at 7PM

Please join us on Sunday, November 16th at 7PM for an intimate and relaxed evening of worship. This time will include worship through music, prayer, and a brief message. Our prayer focus will be on our surrounding neighborhood and schools (in light of American Education week). There will be an ‘open mic’ opportunity for you…

An Appeal from the Tech Team: LRPC Needs YOU

We would love to have you join us in this tangible ministry opportunity of providing visual and audio services to the LRPC congregation, primarily for Sunday morning worship, but also for occasional special events throughout the year. Some technical aptitude is required. But specific prior knowledge is NOT needed – just a willingness learn. We…

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…