CLP eNewsletter

April 16, 2021

Sanctuary Seating Update

Thank you so much for being respectful of and patient with the implemented protocols on campus. It has not gone unnoticed or unappreciated. Our hope is always to keep people as safe as possible when they are on our campus. We would still appreciate it if you could help us out by registering your attendance in advance using the link provided on the website. Also, beginning this Sunday we are increasing the capacity in the sanctuary from 75 to 125 (excluding those who are serving/leading in worship) and removing the tape and signs from the pews. Facial masks will still be required and we ask that you continue to assist our deacons and ushers with social distancing measures.

Thank you and blessings,

Pastor Lynne

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The annual meeting for the church has been rescheduled for Sunday, April 18, at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary and Souers Hall. Proposed changes to the by-laws were mailed to members. An updated proposed budget and revised Nominating Committee Report are now included in the Revised Annual Report that was sent electronically (there are limited copies available in the back of the sanctuary). While visitors may attend, only members may vote. We will be installing new deacons, voting on new officers, by-law changes, the 2021 proposed budget and hope to present the Campus Master Plan.

Please mark your calendar to attend. Your attendance is important. You will need to register by clicking the link below.

Childcare will NOT be provided this year.

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If you are considering joining our church family or simply want more information about The Church at Litchfield Park, please come to our brief membership orientation in Fireside Room, Sunday, April 18, immediately following the 8:00 a.m. service. To ensure safe distancing can be maintained, please contact the church office to sign up to attend. New members will be received the following Sunday, April 25, at the 9:30 a.m. service. If you have already been to an orientation session and would like to join or if you have any questions about the process, please contact Sarah Pearson at:


For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.” Matthew 18:20

Men’s Life Group – Led by Greg Clement will be held on Tuesday, May 11. The Men’s Life Group will be meeting in Souers Hall at 6:00 p.m. Dinner included and held in the courtyard. Guest speaker will be Lowell Easton. His topic will be “Prayer”.

La Loma Life Group will be starting soon. Virgil and Fran Grumbling will be hosting a Bible Study at La Loma community. Please call the church office at (623) 935-3411 for more information and to sign-up.

Women’s Life Group – Led by Carol O’Connor for women 65+ age group. Starting date and topic to be announced.


Please continue to pray as conversations continue with potential Associate Pastor candidates. We would also appreciate your prayers as we continue conversations with potential Children’s/Youth Ministry Director candidates.

Children's Ministries


Gather your family and enjoy our Virtual Family Devotional. Every Wednesday our Children’s Ministry Team sends out a family devotional via the Children’s Ministry eNewsletter. This is a time for you to gather with your family, read the devotional, explore the scriptures, and pray together. If you do not currently get the Children’s Ministry eNewsletter let us know or check out the link on the church website.


Every Sunday our Children’s Ministry Team sends out Virtual Video Sunday School lessons. These lessons can be viewed when it is convenient for you and include a Bible story, craft, prayer, and a whole lot of fun. View them in the Children’s Ministry eNewsletter on our church website.


Join us on April 18, at 2 p.m. to visit with friends and teachers, learn about God’s love, get creative with a craft and share your “MIGHTY MOMENT.” You will find the link in the Children’s Ministry eNewsletter. Parents, please call the church office to register if you have not previously attended. We look forward to visiting with you.

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Lecture Series - Luke Air Force Base

Created from desert scrub and farmland in less than a year, construction on Luke Air Force Base began March 31, 1941. Named Luke Field after World War I hero and triple ace, Frank Luke Jr., some of the base’s first class of pilots went on to fly during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Over the years, Luke has been home to fourteen primary fighter aircraft, graduated over 60,000 students, and accounted for millions of training flight hours. Of the pilots who trained at Luke Field, a number became aces, including the all-time United States leading ace, Maj. Richard I. Bong. Most years, Luke Air Force Base is home to more fighter aircraft than any other base in the United States.

The Church at Litchfield Park, in partnership with the Litchfield Park Historical Society, will host Luke Air Force Base historian, Mr. Rick Griset as he highlights some of the of the history of the base on Tuesday, April 27 at 10:00 a.m. in Souers Hall. He is the author of the Images of America Book, Luke Air Force Base, which draws from extensive historical photographic archives and narratives from those with a deep knowledge of the base to create a visual flight through Luke’s history. Copies of his book will be available for purchase.

This is a hybrid in-person/online presentation. To attend in person, visit the church website to register or email to confirm your spot and receive a Zoom link to watch online.

A House of Prayer for All People


8 a.m. & 9:30 a.m. in Sanctuary and Souers Hall


Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Friday, 9 a.m. - Noon

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Click here to watch CLP Worship Services on YouTube!

Our weekly 9:30 a.m. worship services are now viewable on both YouTube & Facebook.

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