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The Presbyterian Church of La Porte

Sunday, June 7, is Trinity Sunday, an affirmation of the triune nature of God in Christianity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Rev. Peggy Huston’s sermon, “Never Been Kissed,” will be based on 2 Corinthians 13:11-13.

The first Sunday of each month communion is offered. Those worshiping via a live Facebook feed at presbyterianchurchoflaporte at 9:30 a.m. need to have bead and wine or grape juice ready at home. Those worshipping at the parking lot service at 11:30 a.m. at 307 Kingsbury Ave. can bring their own elements or take one of the self-contained communion cups. Bring juice, not wine, to the parking lot service.

The Pentecost offering will continue to be collected for another few Sundays, with 40 percent of the offering to stay in La Porte for children and youth at risk.

The mission team continues to collect food donations for the in a box by the church door and collects books for children for Dunebrook.

La Porte New Church
While the La Porte New Church, located at the corner of Indiana and Maple Avenues, is closed during this cautious Covid-19 time, Sunday services are being held via Zoom online at 10 a.m. All are welcome.
Contact Rev. Kit Billings via email ( or phone/text (219-480-4682) to receive the Zoom invitation.
Rev. Billings is available by appointment for phone or online meetings for information on grief support, weddings, or anything else related to the New Church.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
St. Paul’s continues to offer only one online service at this point, a 9 a.m. morning prayer service on Thursdays via the church’s Facebook page (
In addition the judicatory, the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Indiana, offers four online services daily,  Monday through Saturday, in addition to a Sunday morning service.  Those services can be found at

“As time  continues without in-person services, we may decide to add more locally.  Until then we are relying on our Diocese, and other parish, to share their resources and creativity,” said Mother Michelle Walker, the priest at St. Paul’s.

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