The purpose of Springton Lake Presbyterian Church is to be a local church that follows Jesus Christ for the good of our community, region and world for today and future generations. Our vision is to see people find a relationship with God through saving faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. By this we are changed as God does amazing works of forgiveness and healing in our personal lives, our families and the world.

You are most welcome to join us! If we can help you in anyway, contact us at office@slpca.org.

Rick Marshall, Pastor

Building For The Future (BFTF)

During the worship service on Sunday November 16th, the focus was on our Building For The Future (BFTF) project in the context of lessons learned from the book of Nehemiah. Our financial needs were presented by Mike Carr, Chairman of or Deacons, and a testimony by John Chung, Elder and BFTF Team Leader. Also a packet with important material was distributed to everyone present containing a Letter from our leaders; Options for Giving; a Financial Commitment Survey and Summary of the Project. Please note that this material is available by clicking on the images below. The Financial Commitment Survey can be returned by e-mail to Ed Mohoric at: ed.mohoric@verizon.net.

Let’s trust God together with a dedicated heart – He can do this!

Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labor in vain. Psalm 127:1

SLPC Building Project
SLPC Building Letter

WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDIES   The Women’s  Morning Bible Study meets Wednesdays throughout the year from 9:30-11:00 a.m. here at the church. We are studying the exciting and foundational book of Genesis, using a Community Bible Study guide that will allow us to dig into God’s word in a powerful way.   Coffee, tea, a light snack as well as a children’s program are all provided.  Contact Jill Sprik with questions.

Our evening Bible study for women is held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, from 7:30-9:00 p.m., at the home of Nyla DiGiorgio, continuing in The Gospel of Mark.  Women are welcome to bring needs, share concerns, and be changed by letting God speak to their hearts and minds.  All women who would like to attend are invited to join us.

CHILDREN’S CHURCH   Those in Pre-School through grade 4 are welcome downstairs during the pastor’s message every Sunday all year long for Children’s Church!  Those in grades 5-8 are welcome downstairs during the pastor’s message every Sunday for our REVIVE program.  Infants and Toddlers are welcome in our Nursery during the Worship Service and during Sunday School every Sunday throughout the year.

SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL    Stop in at 9:00 a.m. any or every Sunday morning to jump into our Sunday Explorers classes for Pre-K through grade 5,  plus classes for Middle School,  High School, Young Adult,  Marriage & Parenting, Women  and Adult.  Classes run through Father’s Day in June.

YOUTH GROUP ON SUNDAY NIGHTS    All those in grades 6-12 are welcome to bring friends on Sunday nights throughout the school year,  from 4:00-6:00 p.m., for food, fun and games plus discussion on things that matter.

YOUNG ADULT FELLOWSHIP is open Sunday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. upstairs in the church.  Y0ung adults working in the area, attending college or home from college are welcome to stop in any or every Sunday night to get to know new faces, share concerns and join in a discussion.

HE BREWS COFFEEHOUSE opens Saturday, January 10 in fellowship hall from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Bring a friend and enjoy live music, food and hot drinks, and good conversation.  HeBrews is free of charge, but we encourage people to leave a tip for the performers.  Young adults, college students and high school students ages 15+ are welcome (older adults are also invited to this month’s HeBrews).