Men with Young Families & Professionals — A men’s group for guys with young families (20-50 somethings) to connect with other guys, grow in your faith through study & service opportunities, and receive prayer. We are a come as you are, when you’re available group. If you can only join us for one gathering, that’s great! If you come to all of our offerings, awesome! The group meets on Monday nights 6:30pm-8pm from September-May. — Contact Chris Baldwin for information: Chris@LOPC.org
Freebirds — Freebirds is a social group at LOPC for adults not constrained by kids’ schedules, whether you are a new empty nester, been freed for a while or never had kids! It is for adults looking to make a connection with other adults through shared activities such as meals, hikes, social hours and service work. Group members take turns planning the activities that are scheduled monthly from September to May. Contact Sue Nagle for more information — firstname.lastname@example.org
Fourth Mondays Book Club — For many years, this group has been gathering monthly on fourth Mondays from 2:00PM until about 3:30PM. The group reads both fiction and non-fiction books. Visitors and new members are always welcome. For more information, contact Jean Fiske – JDFISKE@GMAIL.COM.
Fourth Fridays Book Club — The Fourth Friday Book Club gathers at 4 p.m. for an hour and a half or two hours. If you are interested in joining, reach out to Catherine Coleman – email@example.com
Knit & Crochet Group — The “Chicks with Sticks” meet for fellowship and knitting/crocheting. Bring your own projects or work on projects underway for newborn babies and the homeless. Tuesdays 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 202. If you are interested in joining, reach out to Dianne Schneider.
Quilters — A dynamic group which joins together for fellowship and sewing. Quilters of all levels are invited. Quilts are donated to local groups which provide comfort to babies and children. Thursdays, 1-4 PM in Room 205.
Science & Religion — The Science and Religion Study Group meets monthly. Attendees are seeking to clarify their own Christian faith and the bridge between science and religion. The programs consist of noted speakers, authors, book discussions, and films. Come with an open mind! 3rd Mondays at 7 PM.
Voyagers — These friendly and open social groups, known as “ships”, offer an opportunity to make friends and to share fun, food, fellowship and service. There are seven ships that generally meet the third Saturday of each month. Planned events cover a wide range of activities, including museum visits, dinners out or in homes, trips to the theater, outdoor activities, service opportunities, and much more. Voyagers also serve the coffee on the LOPC Worship Plaza each Sunday. The ships range in size from 25 to 70 members, and are made up of couples, and singles, 50 years and older. If you have any questions, please contact Bev Fellows.
Young Families Connect — Parents with children (ages infant-4th grade) meet on the back playground letting the kids play and adults enjoy some coffee and donuts. Come out and connect with other families. We meet on the last Sunday of the month between worship services at 10am. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Chris & Brie Riley.
First Friday Forum — Popular series of six engaging monthly speakers that are relevant, timely and of interest to our entire community. 1 PM refreshments in Fellowship Hall. 1:30 PM Presentation in the Sanctuary. First Fridays of the month, January through June.