If you missed our Grand Opening and the Dedication Worship Service on January 31, you’re in luck. The whole thing was captured on video! Even if you were there, you’ll want to see the beginning and end for aerial views of the church–it’s quite impressive. Plus, you can see many of the more than 450 people who attended. Enjoy!
Our new church building is now complete–and we showed it off to the community on Sunday, January 31. More than 400 people attended the event! We ate and laughed and enjoyed seeing the miracle God has accomplished here.
The new church building will be dedicated this Sunday. We’d love to see you here. We’ll be giving tours. There will be activities for the kids. And food! You can also join us for our Dedication Worship Service at 11 a.m.
We celebrate Thanksgiving every year with a turkey feast at our church. We pick a date between Canadian Thanksgiving and U.S. Thanksgiving. This year it was October 28. What a wonderful time we had in our new building! We had so many RSVPs we filled almost the whole building with tables. Thank you to all the workers who pulled it all together!
We have witnessed many miracles this year. God has been incredibly gracious to us. We are very thankful today.
We’re almost there! Just a few more months and we’ll have the second half of our new building in Riberas finished. You can see that the boveda ceilings on the first floor are complete. That’s a huge accomplishment, because the metal beams are the most expensive part of the construction.
Come to Lakeside Presbyterian Church from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, August 22 and 29 and we’ll show you how to build your own tissue-paper hot-air balloon and launch it at the Ajijic Regata de Globos on September 12.
Take a look at some pictures we took at the Regata a couple of years ago.
It costs just $30 pesos for your supplies. Bring your friends! It’s all for fun.
Ross is beginning a new series of lectures on World Religions. The first lecture is on August 21 — and will continue every Friday morning at 10 a.m. for 8 weeks. Here’s the schedule:
We haven’t posted here in a long time. It’s been nice to sit back and just enjoy our new building. BUT we’re not quite done. In the background, workers have been continuing to build. Still to come is a courtyard, a fellowship hall, a big kitchen, several classrooms, a prayer chapel, even a laundry room. Here are some pictures of what’s been going on during the past three months since we moved in.
We had a wonderful worship experience in our new church on Palm Sunday — our very first regular worship service there. (We had a special service on Christmas Eve.)
We took far too many pictures. Most of them were taken during our coffee hour after the service.
Photos from today aren’t quite as colorful and fun as yesterday’s . . . but how amazing that almost everything arrived in the new church by noon! This was thanks in large part to our construction crew, who changed job descriptions for a day and became movers.
People are now working hard to unpack and get everything in place for our Palm Sunday service. We know we’ll have plenty of kinks to work out — but the move starting out well.
Here’s the almost empty old building: