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Current Series



September 10 - October 1, 2023

This series is meant to set the tone for the coming ministry year at Lincoln Road Chapel. We are collectively being invited into remembering that the Christian faith plants seeds within us which are meant to transform who we are but that they will also bear fruit beyond us that bless and enrich the world around us, both within the church and our broader community.

In this, Mark’s first recorded miracle of Jesus, we find a group of friends committed to helping their paralyzed friend. Jesus is drawn into their collective faith, from which He responds. The critical piece of the healing is also Jesus challenging the religious assumptions of His day, as He shows both a power to forgive sins as well as a power over physical brokenness. This story encapsulates our series, that faith in Jesus begins on the inside but will eventually bear fruit on the outside. - Mark 2:1-12

The invitation to belong to Jesus is a matter of grace, but it does invite us to be changed as a result. Paul opens this rich chapter of Romans by reminding us of God’s great mercy and how it ought to propel us forward to becoming the kind of people He intended for us to be by giving ourselves over to Him completely: body, mind, and spirit. - Romans 12:1-2

The Christian life is not simply an individual and internal life but is an invitation into community, to find and use our gifts for the sake of others. A life that is being formed by love will be outward focused. - Romans 12:3-13

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Past Series

Psalms for the Summer

Psalms for the Summer

July 2 - September 3, 2023

The book of Psalms are a prayer and songbook which reveal to us the majestic nature of God. In the psalms, we are invited to remember and to rejoice. We find words that meet us in all parts of our life - the good and the bad - and are called to see that God is still good, still at work, and faithful to complete what He has promised.

Volunteer Appreciation

Volunteer Appreciation!

June 25, 2023

1 Corinthians 12 says, "The body is a unit, though it is made up of many parts; and though all its parts are many, they form one body. So it is with Christ." We have all been gifted and made unique with a part to play in God’s mission in the world. This Sunday, we celebrate the many volunteers at LRC who use their gifts, ability and time in serving the church and its community. In our acts of service, we are not just doing things that are practical, we are participating in God’s work among us. Whether behind the scenes, in an upfront role, regular involvement or jumping in where there is a need, we give thanks to each volunteer for serving Christ by serving His people. We are so thankful to be on the journey of life with each of you!

So... What Next?

So . . . What Next?

April 16 - June 25, 2023

Every Easter we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus - an unexpected, profound and powerful event that reshaped everything for the people of God and the hope of the world. But what happened next? What did this event do to shape the lives of Jesus’ first followers, and who did it call them to become? In this series, we will look at a handful of texts from the book of Acts, which outlines the start of the Church: the community of Jesus people who spread the news of His resurrection across the known world. Empowered by His Spirit, followers of Jesus engaged in His mission in the world, an invitation we are each invited into as well today.