Lebanon Lutheran Cooperative Ministry is a cooperative of four historic congregations in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, serving Christ and our community in a new way for a new day. Click the links above to learn more about our shared ministry and the ways we seek to grow in faith and love to share Christ with the world!
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Lebanon Lutheran Cooperative Ministry Joint Worship Service
The Co-op will hold a single worship service on Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Salem at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Jennifer Richards.
The CROP Walk will be held on Sunday, October 15th and it will begin and end at St. James. Registration for the walk will be at 1:00 pm and the walk will begin at 1:30 pm. Please sponsor one of our walkers today! Those who are hungry and living in poverty are counting on us. Thank you.
Small Group Study: Lutheran Trump Cards
As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this October, our next small group series will examine some of the core insights of the Lutheran theological tradition, and what difference they make for us today. The study will be based on the book “Lutheran Trump Cards: Playing Our Best Hand” by the Rev. Dr. Dave Daubert. Pastor Daubert is the lead consultant and managing partner for Day 8 Strategies, a church consulting firm focusing on congregational renewal, and serves as pastor of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Elgin, IL. This thirteen-week study will look at thirteen key elements of the Lutheran tradition.
Sunday, 6 pm, at Hill
Wednesday, 2 pm, at Saint James
Wednesday, 7 pm, at Salem
Thursday, 7 pm, at Salem
Sunday, 10:30 am, at Saint James
Covered Over with God’s Love
A Co-op Reformation Challenge – 500 Blankets for those in Need
2017 is the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, an event that changed the world with a new vision of a loving God. As we celebrate this event, let’s reach out with the warmth of that love by providing blankets for those in need.
The blankets can be new or gently used (just make sure they are washed and ready to use). Monetary donations will be used to purchase new items. The blankets will be distributed through the Little Pantries and homeless agencies in our community.
In Lebanon County: 253 school children are homeless
12.7% of the population live below the poverty line
733 people accessed the HOPES Resource Center
We can help. Share the warmth of God’s love!