Believe in the Hope and Love of Jesus Christ!!!
A Church Community for All Who
But he answered, “It is written, “‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.’”
YOU ARE WELCOME
Whether you are exploring Christianity for the first time, or its been part of your
life for many years, we welcome you to Lake Village Presbyterian Church. A church family that can share in your joy, sorrow, love, hope, fears and peace as we walk together on this journey called life.
"For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”
Response to COVID-19
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
The church is not about a building, but about the people who serve God in it. We serve a Living and Loving God. We may not be able to gather now, but we can come together
as one body serving others as Christ would do. We “Welcome You” to join us for Sunday Worship on Facebook and through encouraging devotions.
Little Help Food Pantry is open 10am - 12pm. We are currently using a Drive -in style. We have recently moved into our NEW Food Pantry Shed. Please pull up at the west-end of the church to park. A food pantry volunteer will come to your car for registration and groceries will be brought out to you. We serve patrons who live within the North Newton school corporation, Shelby and Schneider in Lake County. Please stop in if you need some groceries.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, all attendees are asked to please wear a mask and to social distance while attending a church gathering or worship.
Please join us every Sunday as we worship God in-person at 10:30am with the church doors opening at 10am. Weekly devotions will also be posted on Facebook on Sunday mornings.
At this time we have temporarily suspended all Sunday School classes.
He-Brews Cafe' Fellowship
gather every Tuesday and Thursday from 9am - 10am for coffee and conversation.
Open to men and women.
Please join us in praying for the health and safety of our family, church, community, nation, it's leaders and beyond. We encourage prayers against fear as well as those for the sick, especially during the pandemic. We gather in the church sanctuary on Wednesday morning at 9:30am for one half hour of silent prayer.