Sunday, January 10, 2021
You will find the Sunday worship service on the Lansdowne Baptist Church Facebook page: www.facebook.com/LansdowneBaptistChurch. The sermon begins at 26.00 through the service. The sermon title is "Beginnings" and it is based on Genesis 1:1-5.
Sunday, January 3, 2021
Sunday, December 27, 2020
Prophets Speak is the sermon for Sunday, December 27, 2020, and is based on Luke 2:22-40. It is the story of two prophets of Israel who recognized the infant Jesus and how profoundly Jesus would reshape the world. It also speaks to the changes we are facing in the world today, particularly Lansdowne Baptist Church itself, and how we respond to the challenges those changes involve. All are welcome to watch.
Sunday, December 20, 2020
Sunday, November 15, 2020
This is the sermon for Sunday, November 15, 2020, based on Matthew 23:1-12. This sermon speaks to the need to remain humble and ever ready to learn, to remain lifelong students set on following Jesus' example and serving others. Come and watch. Will you accept this challenge?
Sunday, November 8, 2020
This is the sermon for Sunday, November 8, 2020, based on Matthew 25:1-13, the story of the wise and foolish bridesmaids. This story gives us compelling evidence on why we should choose the path of the wise, and what that means for our walk in faith. Come and watch. All are invited.
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Come worship with us on Sunday morning, October 18, 2020 at 11 a.m. Join us on our LBC Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LansdowneBaptistChurch
This Sunday's live stream will come from the sanctuary to ensure all our equipment works properly in that location. Please join us online as we aren't ready for the congregation to join us just yet. However, if you'd like to join us out on the lawn after the service for a time of socially-distanced, mask wearing fellowship in the open air, we'll see you there around 12:30 when we have our equipment taken down.
This Sunday's sermon will be based on Exodus 33:12-23 where we see how Moses rebuilds a shattered covenant with God and what that means for us. Sing favorite hymns with Sherry. Add to the comments your joys and concerns as you arrive or just say hello so we know who's here.
There are two ways now to send in your offerings to support the ministries of Lansdowne Baptist Church. You can use the PayPal Donate button located on the right at the top of the panel where new material appears. Or you can make out a check to Lansdowne Baptist Church and send it to Lansdowne Baptist Church, 17 E. LaCrosse Ave., Lansdowne, PA 19050. We could not continue to provide online worship or help to our community and the world without you. God bless you all.
See you Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Have a blessed week. ~Pastor Jeff
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
This is the sermon for Sunday, October 11, 2020, based on Matthew 22:1-14. It is a complicated story of an invitation to a wedding feast, refusal, and repercussions. It calls us to live a certain way, strongly. Come and see. All are welcome.
Sunday, October 4, 2020
This is the sermon from October 4, 2020, based on Matthew 21:33-46. This is Jesus' parable about the landowner who builds a vineyard and the troublesome tenants who will not give the owner the part of the harvest that is due to him. It has a lot to say about us, about our relationship with God, and what God expects from us. Come and watch. All are invited
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Sunday morning sermon for September 27, 2020, dealing with hard questions challenging Jesus' authority presented by the Temple leaders in Jerusalem, Jesus' hard question in return, and the parable that broke the impasse. This parable challenged the leadership's perceptions and challenges ours today. Come and watch.
Thursday, September 17, 2020
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Paul is speaking to a divided people when writing to the church in Rome. Jewish Christians and Gentile Christians are divided for many reasons. Paul advises them how best to bridge that divide, and his recommendations still work for us today. Paul also warns the time to act is now. Procrastination will not help. Come and watch. All are welcome.
Sunday, August 30, 2020
The sermon for Sunday, August 30, 2020, is based on Romans 12:9-21. Learn to love, rejoice, and overcome in an age of division. Paul lets us all in on the secret. Let that secret change your life. Come and watch. All are welcome.
Sunday, August 23, 2020
Sunday, August 16, 2020
Sunday, August 2, 2020
Sermon from August 2, 2020, based on 1 Corinthians 13:1-8. We will explore love and our need for it from Paul's perspective and, as this is part of our summer superhero sermon series, from the perspective of the Star Sapphires. There's plenty worth learning here. Come and watch. All are invited.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Monday, March 16, 2020
Sermon for Sunday, March 15, 2020, based on John 4:7-14, the most complex story in the book of John, in which Jesus meets the Samaritan woman at the well. Life application connections made to the current coronavirus pandemic facing us all. This was an experiment (as so many pastors were making that Sunday) using Facebook Live for the first time. The recording you see here was made in parallel with that recording. That's why the angle and you see me looking between my computer screen (with camera and microphone) and my iPad with my sermon notes.
Saturday, March 14, 2020
We will not be meeting in the sanctuary tomorrow to keep safe during the pandemic and give the medical community a chance to get ahead of the virus. I will preach the sermon tomorrow on Facebook Live at 11 a.m. for anyone who wishes to worship with us from their homes. God bless you all and stay safe. You can view the live stream on the Lansdowne Baptist Church Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LansdowneBaptistChurch/?notif_id=1584314652248250¬if_t=page_fan
If you want to see the actual live stream from Facebook, follow this massive link: https://www.facebook.com/LansdowneBaptistChurch/?__tn__=kC-R&eid=ARD2KJ-hSavSf9BZguqWEl4-WvNnGv9qTIRJ-KmnEwRP_20Gtgi1zcy6v3rSguSffRJ6dZFTgSLt0fBx&hc_ref=ARTm4WzxFy3PLHIR180Uwpr6V9_1EzR0uX_qJfJMTDlyw8iFtRCyucjToizKV3J2p_c&__xts__=68.ARDSLGhV68B8FVnh0cSJY5-4zH08GUi3mfZXjGdkMoOgAy6wGyNLN72qg4TnIqZCeNYyjZXjQbUWWQN1NWDCbJxOUrIT1gbweQv2jsSb9-9Qlk-fJUec2wQCFtcJ--Vp3gxCsBQeACX0dUnslPmm2k4yG0FyA0GKThs8ia4kCnIPDc7mhk1pSLDAhd2LwEmeGTd-3qlWltR6aQzWGtA1k4oNt6jSEZaY97BcJQhiaZKJEXNdWatjrlelHCWxU7B9iZANRUY7VXO5XwtdBAedcHxmAuAqLmGzWBMwmJy2I95UmTixQJIUmJp2oGhzh_G5q7azpgGIJlk94FxzXwtsGeUyJph0KjWH5f0CwA
Friday, March 13, 2020
This is the sermon from Sunday, March 8, 2020, based on Matthew 4:1-11. This is the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness and how that experience applies in our lives today. Really, the title says it all. Everyone is invited to watch.