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The Presbyterian Church of La Porte 

Worship services outreach is starting to expand. Beginning Sunday at The Presbyterian Church of La Porte the early worship service on Facebook at laportepresbyterianchurch goes back to being live-streamed at 9.30 a.m. CST. The parking lot service will be at 11:30 a.m. Elder Leigh Morris will preach with the sermon “And Then God Smiled.” Sandi Keller will record a trial livestream of the 11:30 a.m. service, with the aim of posting that service on Facebook as well.

John Gouwen’s carillon recitals will resume Sunday immediately following the parking lot service. The bulletin and recital program are at

St. John’s Lutheran Church

Located at the corner of Monroe Street and Kingsbury Avenue, St. John’s Lutheran Church has resumed worship services.

The Saturday evening service (traditional worship) will be conducted in the sanctuary of the church at 6 p.m. Worshipers will enter by the door under the portico (roofed) entrance or the double doors by the ramp on the Kingsbury Avenue. These will be the only two door available for entrance. Attendances will be taken at the door and offerings will be received there. Social distancing will be observed and hand sanitizing stations will be available.

The Sunday morning service (“CONNECT” service) will be conducted in the school cafeteria. Attendances will be taken at the door and offerings received there. Hand sanitizing stations will be available. Worshipers will then proceed to the cafeteria for the service, seated in chairs with social distancing in place. Be mindful that if response to this service is greater than the capacity available, additional services may have to be planned in the future.

For more information please contact the Church Office at 219-362-3726.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Mother Michelle Walker, Priest-in-Charge of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, has announced that there will be two worship options: in-person and online. With careful planning and a downward (or stable) trend of new COVID-19 cases in LaPorte County, we are ready to begin offering both in-person and online worship.

There will be in-person for our 9 a.m. service. Masks are required. Social distancing will be enforced. Frequent hand sanitizing is encouraged. And please only attend if you have no signs of illness. If you do plan to attend, please register here. (Due to limited seating, we are registering people. Registration will close in the event we reach out seating capacity.) We also request that you review our regathering guidelines and take a peak at our seating capacity chart so that you may be best prepared to enjoy our service.

We are equally thrilled to share that we plan to continue live streaming. If you’ve already logged into and enjoyed our live streamed services, feel free to continue to worship with us that way. We realize not everyone is ready to be in public and we’re happy to offer our live stream option indefinitely. You can find us at St. Paul’s Facebook for LIVE from St. Paul’s on Sunday mornings beginning at 8:50am for our organ prelude and at 9am for Morning Prayer.

Holy Eucharist will be offered.

We also offer weekly:

Sunday 10 a.m. Virtual Coffee Hour via Zoom (connection details available from

Thursday 9 a.m. Morning Prayer & Bible Study via Zoom (connection details available from

Daily Office offerings at the Diocesan Virtual Worship Facebook Page, St. Paul’s Facebook

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.

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