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What will the service be like?

Our services include a combination of music, video and a message about a specific topic and what the Bible has to say about it. It isn’t stuffy and we don’t expect you to recite anything. You’ll always have something you can walk away with that will make a difference in your life on Monday. That’s our commitment to you.

What should I wear?

Really, it’s up to you. For the most part, we dress pretty casually. Our pastor usually wears converse while he’s preaching, if that tells you anything. Some people prefer to dress up a bit, but we don’t place much importance on what you wear. God isn’t concerned about what you wear either, so wear something comfortable.​

How long will the services last?

The service will last just a little over an hour, about 75 minutes. It’s long enough for us to have a great time together and you’re allowed to bring our free coffee in to the service with you. We take your time very seriously and we work hard to make sure our services are practical and relevant to your life. 

How do I get connected to people?

For thousands of years, followers of Jesus have gathered in small-sized groups to study the Bible together and build relationships. We have several options to help you with this. The simplest option is to show up on Wednesday Nights for C.O.W. (Connect on Wednesdays)!


Here’s how C.O.W. works: At 5:30pm we host a catered dinner and then Celebrate Recovery (a weekly gathering for those of us brave enough to admit we have hurts, habits and hangups) begins at 6:15pm. At 6:15pm, fun environments for your youth and kiddos age infant through high school begin. Also we offer all sorts of great small-sized group environments where you can meet more people, learn more about the church, (and most importantly) learn more about Jesus! If you are interested in meeting in a small group at a different time during the week or learning about our other ministries for adults, please contact: Gary ArnTessoni - Discipleship Pastor -

Where do I go if I have questions?

There’s an Information Center in the lobby staffed by our Great Welcome Team. They can answer any questions you have and help you find your way around. And, you’ll find that the vast majority of people at CLC are friendly. Then again, nobody's perfect. If you’re feeling lost, just ask someone or linger for a cup of coffee after the service.

What do you have for my kids?

It is important here at the CLC that kids feel like they have a place where they belong.  We offer several programs for a variety of age groups, designed to be interactive and engaging for kids as they learn about the God who created them, loves them, and who sent his one and only Son to save them. Here are some of the programs that we offer:


Saturdays and Sundays. Each Weekend, the kids' lessons are aligned with the sermon series so that as kids and parents head home, the can continue the conversation about what they have learned at church.  Kid Zone is for kids age 0 through 5th grade, and meets during the Saturday 5pm Sdervice and then Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45am services.  For our middle school students in grades 6-8 we offer Pursuit: A Middle School Bible Study, which meets during the 9:00am service on Sunday.


Wednesdays. Wednesday nights kids go deeper. They are challenged to learn more about the Bible and how to apply it in their lives.  Our kids' programs take place at the same time as our adult classes, so there is something for everyone of all ages.  Kids age 0-5th grade meet together for Kidz Connect in our children's area, and middle school students meet upstairs in Room 221 for Thrive.  Doors open at 6:15pm for kids to enjoy some free time together, and the programs run 6:15-7:35pm.  


Check-in for all kid's programs (age 0-8th grade) is at the entrance to the children's area.  If you are checking a child in for the first time, we have greeters who are glad to help you through the process and to direct you to your drop-off and pick-up locations.  


For student in 9th through 12 grade, we offer a ministry called CLC High School Ministry that meets on Wednesday nights from 6:15-7:35pm with a meal starting at 5:30pm. Check out the "How do I get connected to people" question for more information on Wednesday's meals and Connect on Wednesday (C.O.W.).

Questions? Planning a visit? For more information contact: Jeannette Bowdle (Family Ministry Director) at

Ben Dieterly (Outreach Pastor) at

Weekend services:

Online Services:

Sundays at 9AM, 10:45AM, and 5PM

Live Drive-In & Indoor Service:

Sundays at 9AM 

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125 Saginaw Road

Lincoln University, PA 19352



125 Saginaw Road

Lincoln University, PA 19352

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