Welcome to Park Lake Presbyterian Church . . . where all are loved and called to live for Christ, to reach lives for Christ. We are a local Presbyterian congregation doing the work of Jesus Christ, gathering in this place since 1925. All are welcome to worship here and join our journey with God as we go into the world as disciples of Christ.
Advent Devotions Booklet 2015
Advent is a time of preparation, four weeks modeled after Lent, a season of seven weeks before Easter. Advent means ‘coming’ referring to the coming of the Christ. How appropriate that we consider the ways in which we are preparing for the coming of Christ into our own lives.
Each year, members and friends of Park Lake Presbyterian Church volunteer to write reflections and stories to be used for daily devotions as we approach Christmas. The reflections might be based on the day’s scripture text, which comes from the assigned lectionary readings.
Each writer was asked to consider this year’s theme: Prepare the Way of the Lord. This devotional guide is an invitation for you to take a quiet moment each day in December to slow down, read God’s word, listen to the story of a fellow traveler in this life’s journey, and hear the voice of God’s Spirit to you today.
We pray that you will be blessed and encouraged as you prepare the way of the Lord.
Second Sunday of Advent - December 6
Come celebrate the Second Sunday of Advent with us.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. in Education Building.
Fellowship at 10:00 a.m. in Struble Hall.
Worship at 10:30 a.m. in Sanctuary.
Vespers at 5:30 p.m. in Sanctuary.
angel tree gifts for the russell home for atypical children
Be An Angel…
The Angel Tree, sponsored annually by Park Lake’s Presbyterian Women, is up in Struble Hall. Please pick up an Angel or two and purchase the gift item written on the Angel. Please place your unwrapped gift(s) in the basket under the Angel Tree.
This year, all gifts will go to The Russell Home for Atypical Children and need to brought in by mid December. Thank you for your generosity and sharing the love of Christ with these atypical children!