Welcome! You will find all our worship services, including the most recent, right here! Our weekly online service is typically posted by 6 a.m. PST every Sunday.Mid-week Services will post before the online designated time (typically, our mid-week services are at 7 p.m.) Laguna Presbyterian Church welcomes everyone to join us online for worship and adult education during this time of CoVid-19.
May God bless as you join in worship.
Worship Service for Sunday, September 26, 2021
This week we are excited to make a significant transition. We are in the process of moving towards a “live-stream” for Sunday mornings! The service will then be available for you to watch anytime throughout the week or share with a friend!
As we prepare for this transition, we will be uploading previously recorded services for you to watch until our “live-stream” system is up and running and ready to go! Thank you so much for being so supportive as we navigated worshiping online during the Covid-19 pandemic. We have weekly been able to provide a pre-recorded online service to make worship accessible for everyone. We have seen God open up doors for people to join in worship with us from all around the world!
This morning we welcome Rev. Dr. Kathy Sizer to our in-person church services. Pastor Sizer’s message will be from Genesis 16:1-16, “Surprised by Blessing,” as we continue our Stories of Faith: Real People, Real Stories. This story of faith focuses on an Old Testament woman, Hagar, the Egyptian slave-girl of the still childless wife of Abraham, Sarai. It’s quite the story! It’s a real story that may challenge our faith and discipleship as well.
We look forward to worshiping with you this morning, either online (a classic Kathy Sizer sermon from November 22, 2020) or in-person at 9 a.m. in our sanctuary or outside at 10:30 a.m. in our 3rd Street lot!
This sermon, “Hope and Expectation,” was initially preached by Rev. Dr. Kathy Sizer the Sunday before Thanksgiving, November 22, 2020. Jesus’ Matthew 25:14-30 parable of the talents is puzzling. We understand why the master rewarded those servants who used their talents well. But wait, how does the master treat the risk-averse servant who carefully guarded his talent so that it wouldn’t disappear? And why? What is Jesus’ problem with that? Perhaps you feel very blessed, or you think you haven’t got many “talents” in your current season of life. What could Jesus possibly be saying to you–and LPC–from this parable?
Virtual Offering Plate, 2021
To contribute online (Click Here). We are extremely grateful for your partnership in the mission and ministry of Laguna Presbyterian Church. Thank you in advance for your faithful generosity in preparing us for fruitful days ahead.
Commitment 2021, Imagine the Impact: Loving God and Neighbor
We invite you to invest in sharing the good news to partner in ministry with Laguna Presbyterian Church in 2021. Come, imagine what God can do through us! Nothing is impossible with God. (Mark 10:47)
Mindfulness Spirituality Series
Video Posting welcomes all to join in the Adult Education, mindfulness series, and other activities during this time of CoVid-19. Our mission and ministries continue even though we can not physically gather.
This video tells a visual history of the men and women who laid the foundation for Laguna Presbyterian Church. The story is told through the use of historic photos gathered from the 1890s through the 1970s. Added to that collection are many contemporary photos taken over the years of the mission and ministries of Laguna Presbyterian Church and photos from this year, 2017, as we celebrated the 100th anniversary of LPC at various gatherings and through various outreach ministries. We are indebted to Jim Hind, our LPC Historian, Rick Lang, and John Cullings, our photographers by profession and ministry (music credits at the end of the video). Enjoy!