Showing posts with label Memorial Day. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Memorial Day. Show all posts

Friday, May 22, 2020

Join Us This Sunday, 5/24/2020, Online for Worship

All are invited:

Come and join us for Sunday worship when we continue our sermon series covering the fruit of the Spirit (this week we're exploring peace and where to find it in turbulent times) and honoring our service men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedoms. Stay safe and join us at www.facebook.com/LansdowneBaptistChurch at 11 a.m. East Coast time.

For all of you who feel the work of this church is vital to the community and the world, we appreciate your financial support of our ministries. To contribute to our mission, you may send checks to the following address: Lansdowne Baptist Church, 17 E. LaCrosse Avenue, Lansdowne, PA 19050. 

God bless you all.  ~Pastor Jeff Snyder

Friday, May 31, 2019

Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast 2019 a Success

We had a wonderful team prepare for the Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast this year. We had cooks, greeters, servers, and those who set up and those who tore down after the event. We got off to a slow start while people enjoyed to parade Lansdowne hosted, including military veterans, the fire department, reenactors, and the high school marching band. We had great seats to watch everyone participating in the parade assemble and begin to march. Once the parade ended, people came by to enjoy our breakfast and donate to the Aaron Royal Scholarship Fund so we will once again be able to offer scholarship money to two deserving graduating high school seniors. We received enough donations to offer one full scholarship, so it was a day of service well spent. We had one gentleman who dropped off a donation, thanking us for all we do, without staying to eat and one graduating college senior who came back to repay a portion of his scholarship money to help support another upcoming student. 

The pastor was a little too busy helping out once our diners showed up to take pictures of them. 




God gave a beautful weather and wonderful neighbors who stopped by and broke bread (well, pancakes and sausage) with us. We look forward to doing it all over again next year. We hope you'll drop by if you're in the neighborhood.