June 19th - Sept 1st - Summer Worship: 10:00 AM
Worship 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Church School 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Worship 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Nursery Care is provided from 8:15am to 12:15pm for infants to age 3.
Church School is offered from 9:45am to 10:45am for children age 3 to 6th grade. Godly Play is offered from 11:20am to 12:00pm, for children age 4 to 3rd grade. Godly Play provides age appropriate worship for children. At the 8:30am and 11:00 am services, we ask children who are in 4th grade and up to remain in the sanctuary to participate in worship.
Operating as usual
What is one thing you are thankful for?
Help us send some cheer to your student this year!
If anyone is watching our online services looking as nice as Dr. Wimberly, we want to know about it!
washingtonpost.com “I started hearing from people everywhere who said my photos made them smile,” said La Verne Ford Wimberly, 82.
Join us for Easter worship with the Rev. Dr. Lisa Rzepka
Liturgists: Chuck & Wynne Rodgers
Children’s message from Stacie Markel and Carson Rich
Music from Jim Moon, Jim Barnes, Chayton Rhodes,
Judith Beck, Jeremy Palmer, Gary Pritchard, Kathy Pritchard, Laura Renauld, Paul Ritsema, Carolyn Sassano, and Nancy Thomas
Mail your special donation for the One Great Hour of Sharing to the office or give online using our secure giving link:
List "One Great Hour" in the memo line.
Why does Carson Rich look nervous?
What is Stacie Markel up to?
Join us for Easter tomorrow and find out!
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The hours of noon to 3 p.m. are particularly significant as these commemorate the time Jesus hung on the cross. It is an especially important time to pray for the church and the world for whom Christ gave his life.
#HolyWeek2021 #Lent2021 #GoodFriday #PCUSA
Leesburg Presbyterian's interim minister the Rev. Lisa Rzepka leads a Maundy Thursday service.
Please prepare your communion elements for this service.
Join our new interim minister, Rev. Lisa Rzepka today at 1:00 PM for a Maundy Thursday service. Music from Jim Moon & Jeremy Palmer
Be sure to have your communion elements ready before the service!
Service will be posted on YouTube, Facebook, our Website and sent by Mailchimp!
Last week to donate for One Great Hour of Sharing! Mail checks to 207 W. Market Street or simply use our secure giving link, https://www.lpcva.org/Giving either way, please add "One Great Hour" in the memo line.
Tired of the same ol same ol?
Take a few minutes and check out these bird sounds! I bet many of you will recognize the audio before the visual!
Many of these birds have been seen in Loudoun County too!
dnr.state.mn.us This interactive illustration will help users identify and listen to 24 birds common to Minnesota.
Happy Tuesday! We are grateful for you!
Liturgists Sally Kellogg, Robert Martin and
Vickie Gasperini with acolytes: Conner and Tyler Colavita
The message is brought to us by
Elder Frank Gasperini
Music led by Jim Moon
We are very pleased to welcome the Rev. Lisa Rzepka as our interim pastor, starting April 1. Pictured here with her husband, John, Lisa is already preparing an online Maundy Thursday communion service for the evening of April 1. Her first online Sunday worship service with us will be on Easter Sunday.
Got five minutes?
What will you do to encourage someone else today?
Reminder for LPC families, we are offering your family their very own Easter Egg Hunt. If you want your yard to be included, click the link below to sign up!
Sign up must be received by Friday 3/26 at 12 PM.
* Families, Youth, Singles, Couples *
Reminder we are collecting short video clips of you gathering up or displaying palms in preparation for Palm Sunday!
Kindly email your short video by close of business Wednesday, to Robin - [email protected]
This week's message comes to us from Dr. Brian K. Blount, president of
Union Presbyterian Seminary.
Liturgist: Susan Joyce and acolyte Nathan Renauld
Music from Jim Moon, Craig Hollenbach. Judith Beck, Jeremy Palmer, Gary Pritchard, Laura Renauld, Nancy Thomas, and Paul Ritsema.
Hang in there, it gets better soon!
Please join us for worship.
Liturgist: Jim Barnes, acolyte Brooke Cumiskey, Jamie Van Hook (interim pastoral search update), Jay Colavita (finance update)
Music from: Jim Moon, Judith Beck, Gary Pritchard, Nancy Thomas,
Laura Renauld, Paul Ritsema, Wayne Helge, Mary Alyce Wicks and Debra Dalby
We can not believe it was one year ago that we stopped having face to face church services. Stacie Markel forwarded this beautiful prayer we wanted to share.
A Prayer Marking One Year by Tracey Smith used by permission www.traci-smith.com
God you are with us all the time. All the time you are with us.
Today we remember. We remember how things used to be. We remember how many things we have gone through. We remember things we missed and people we lost.
Today we hope. We hope for healing. We hope for vaccines. We hope for wisdom.
Today we share. We share smiles with one another. We share our joys and our sorrows. We share or dreams for the future.
God you are with us, all the time. All the time, you are with us. Be with us as we remember, hope, and share. Amen.
Every woman deserves celebrating, especially the one that doesn't believe she does! Girl, yes you! You are valued, you are loved!
March is also Women's History Month, let's celebrate all the women in history who stood up to make a difference!
Please join us this third Sunday in Lent with our guest minister the Rev. MaryAnn McKibben Dana, liturgist Frank Gasperini, and acolyte Spencer Sweeney.
Our music features Judith Beck, Gary Pritchard, Laura Renauld, Nancy Thomas, Wynne Rodgers, Paul Ritsema, and Jim Moon.
Join us for worship this second Sunday in Lent.
Guest minister: MaryAnn Mckibben Dana
Liturgist: John Niccolls
Acolyte: Elias Brock
Music from Jim Moon, Jim Barnes, Barry Simpson, Margie Lang-Garnhart, Mitchell Palmer, and Paul Ritsema.
Permission to reprint, podcast, and / or stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license #A-737747. All rights reserved.
Thank you to the LPC Youth Group for this wonderful message for the Rev. Debbie Dodson Parsons!
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Mark your calendars and plan to join us. #PCUSA #BlackHistoryMonth
Thank you so much Rebecca Brock for sharing your poem for Debbie Dodson Parsons with us during Sunday's service.
It's worth listening to again!
I cannot begin to express my overwhelming sense of joy and gratitude for yesterday’s outdoor celebration! Thank you Karen Hickman, Sheri Nelson, Wynne Rodgers, Nannette Morreau, and Krista Ritsema for thinking up such a creative, fun and sweet celebration with happy surprises all along the way! The frigid weather was no contest to the warmth of love blanketing the Parsons’ family and all gathered. Muchisimas gracias!
Godspeed Pastor Debbie Dodson Parsons...we love you ❤️ and wish you and David all the best in Texas
Join the Rev. Debbie Dodson Parsons with liturgist Jim Barnes, Shawn Simms, and acolyte Caleb Beard.
Music from Interim Music Director Jim Moon, Eric and Alana Nanz, Jeremy Palmer, Renata Neely, Paul Ritsema, and Wynne Rodgers.
Thank you Meredith Hickman for this peek at Saturday afternoon's good-bye to Debbie.
Leesburg Community Church has been an integral part of Leesburg and Loudoun County, VA since 1884. We are a growing, evangelical congregation with a passion for serving each other and the surrounding community in the name of Christ Jesus.
A body of Christian women, with a mission to grow together in Christ; building a foundation of Sisterly Love through Unity, Trust & Loyalty.
We are a group creating face-to-face spiritual community in Loudoun County, meeting in Leesburg, and affiliated with Centers for Spiritual Living.
The Little Church with a BIG heart
We are becoming followers of Jesus-One with God and each other-Ministers to all the world.
LCC en Español 835 Lee Ave. SW, Leesburg, Virginia 20175 703-973-7501
We're a traditional Baptist church family in Leesburg, Virginia that seeks to live out the Gospel and the Great Commission each day by following the example of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun is a liberal religious community located in Leesburg, VA.
Helping those in the Leesburg ward come together!
Saint John The Apostle Roman Catholic Church maintains a rich history in Leesburg, Virginia. We are proud of our 142 year long presence where the image of the Twelfth Station of the Cross reminds us of our patron saint.
Somos la Iglesia del Avivamiento. Una iglesia que busca la Presencia de Dios y equipa a las personas para el ministerio.