Friday, December 18, 2015

EVENT:  LRC Christmas Caroling ... 12/16/15
 
Every year, members and friends of the Lebanon Reformed Church walk from house to house near the church to sing Christmas Carols to our neighbors and their children.

Friday, September 25, 2015

EVENT: Gospel Forum in NJ
Sept. 25-26th, 2015

This conference was held to invigorate Christians to activate the Holy Spirit within them to perform healings, signs and wonders, as we were commanded by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.



Wednesday, December 17, 2014

EVENT:  LRC Christmas Caroling

Every year, members of the Lebanon Reformed Church walk from house to house in the neighborhood near the church to sing Christmas Carols to our neighbors.

Friday, November 28, 2014

EVENT:  LRC "The Hanging of the Greens"

Every year on the day after Thanksgiving, members of Lebanon Reformed Church get together to hang decorations in the sanctuary in preparation for Christmas. Afterwards, we all sit to enjoy a relaxing lunch. God bless everyone.

This event is called "The Hanging of the Greens"





Thursday, November 27, 2014

EVENT: Thanksgiving Feast at St. Magdalen's in Flemington, NJ



Saturday, November 22, 2014

EVENT:  LRC Fall Cleanup

Every fall, members of the Lebanon Reformed Church get together to clean-up, rake and trim the church outdoors. At the end of the event, we all sit to have a peaceful lunch.  
God Bless everyone.




Sunday, December 22, 2013


EVENT:  LRC Sunday School Christmas Play (12/22/13)
. . . DeJesus Inspires provided the roles of the two narrators:

LEBANON (NJ) — The Sunday School children were major players in a special performance that was at the heart of the Sunday morning service today, Dec. 22, at Lebanon Reformed Church.
In this good-natured retelling of the Christmas story, two adults provided the narrative and commentary. Jaime De Jesus played the role of someone in the pre-belief mode with regard to Jesus' birth, while Nancy McCauley walked him through the events of more than 2,000 years ago. Robed children equipped with a baby doll and a couple of toy sheep retold the story of Jesus' birth, and erased the doubts of the doubter. (Hunterdon County Democrat)