Sunday, January 31, 2016

Photo Found at Lansdowne Baptist


This old photo, showing a couple from roughly the 1940s, was found outside on the grounds of Lansdowne Baptist Church. The photos of this photo do not do it justice, although it has been worn and weathered by its experience.

If this photo is yours, please give our office a call and we'll be glad to reunite you. Our address and phone number are found at the top of this blog site.

Markings on the back

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Sunday Services for January 24, 2016, Cancelled


Given the blizzard conditions of Saturday and Saturday night, January 23rd, all services at Lansdowne Baptist are cancelled for Sunday, January 24th. Please stay safe and warm in this blizzard. We look forward to seeing you and worshiping together again on Sunday, January 31st, in both Sunday School (9:45 a.m.) and church (11:00 a.m.). 

Also, as a reminder, we are asking all members to attend the annual business meeting to be held next Sunday, January 31st at 12:15 p.m., after worship (see: http://lansdownebaptistchurch.blogspot.com/2016/01/annual-meeting-2016.html for details). 

While worshiping God individually this Sunday instead of corporately, if you feel the need for a sermon this Sunday to help you worship at home, check out the many sermons that are available for you right here.

Your pastor is praying for you. 

Friday, January 15, 2016

Annual Meeting 2016

Just a quick reminder to all members: we will have our annual meeting on Sunday, January 31 at 12:15 p.m. A meal will be provided prior to reviewing the budget and slate of nominees for officers for 2016. We take the moment to thank out outgoing officers who have so successfully finished their terms and provide a hearty welcome to the newcomers ready to step into their very big shoes. Please be sure to attend as this meeting sets the year ahead. See you there.

I Will Be With You





Sermon based on Isaiah 43:1-7, in which the prophet assures the people
of Israel that, despite their exile among the fearsome Babylonians, God
remains with them and will lead them forward. The same applies to the
church today. God is calling us forward into new fields of ministry. To
survive, we must move forward, following God's call, assured that God
loves us and goes with us.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

It's a Trap



Based on Luke 21:25-36, the sermon focuses on not becoming trapped in all the busy activities of the season. Focus instead on the liberating love of God represented in Jesus.