The church building is at the corner of Oswego Street (Rt. 57) and Tulip Streets in the village of Liverpool, only a few blocks from the NYS Thruway. See the map on the Home page.
If you are coming for the worship service at 10:15 come through the sanctuary doors in the front of the building. There is a lift for those who cannot manage stairs off the Oswego Street entrance.
Complete a Connection Card to stay in touch with us.
Hearing devices are available from an usher.
Restrooms located through the left hand door at the front of the sanctuary and at the bottom of the stairs at
the rear of the sanctuary.
The bulletin will list the components of worship and its order. You will receive a bulletin from an usher when you enter the sanctuary. Large-print hymnals, bulletins, and hearing devices are available. Restrooms are available through the left hand door at the front of the sanctuary. A diaper changing station is in the restroom at the bottom of the stairs at the rear of the sanctuary.
No. LFPC is an intergenerational church with a worship service that connects people of all ages and backgrounds in a welcoming environment. You will find a variety of dress from our diverse congregation—from formal suits and dress to jeans and t-shirts!
YES. LFPC welcomes families with young children to worship. Children are invited to stay with their adults in
the sanctuary. Activity bags are available from an usher. Diaper changing stations are located downstairs and in
the nursery. The nursery for young children is available through the right hand door at the front of the
sanctuary. It is not currently staffed so we ask that at least one parent or guardian stay with their child. Please
help one another stay safe by wearing masks in the nursery including children over the age of 2. You will be able
to watch our live stream worship in the nursery on the TV. Please let an usher know if you need help in setting
All are welcome who accept the invitation to the Table. Those who come need not be concerned about their personal appearance or aptitude. What matters is that the love, the grace and the hospitality in God the Holy Spirit create unanimity among us. This meal is provided, not because we have earned the right to eat and drink with Jesus, but simply as an act of divine love. Communion, also known as The Lord’s Supper, is served on the first Sunday of every month during worship.
In the pew there is a connection card for you to fill out that will let the pastor know you would like to be contacted. You can call the church at 457-3161 to talk directly with Rev. Anderson. You can also talk to an elder or deacon before or after the worship service.
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