Men's Study Series
Men's Breakfast
Men’s Breakfasts meet (bi-monthly) on the first Saturday of January, March, May, September, and November. Breakfast starts at 7:30am @ Henning’s Market, 290 Main Street in Harleysville. Cost is $10 for the All-You-Can-Eat breakfast buffet. We enjoy fellowship around tables followed by a speaker or group discussion topic until roughly 9:30am.​ 
33 The Series: A Man and His Fatherhood. Being a dad is one of the most important and influential roles a man could every play in his life. But being a good dad doesn't always come naturally. That's what this volume of 33 Series is all about: setting you up to win as a dad. All six sessions are designed to help dads think strategically about how they play our their important role. It equips you with insights that will help guide you through key decisions and the great challenges of being dad.

This study is for ALL MEN.  Those with children at home will have the opportunity to immediately apply the lessons in their home. Those who desire to have children in the future will lay a strong foundation for future roles. Finally, those with grown children can learn new lessons to benefit their grandchildren and share wisdom with younger guys -- we need you.

By meeting monthly we hope to minimize the strain on family schedule while still providing men with an opportunity to meet together to grow, be encouraged by other men and walk away better equipped to face the challenges we all do as men, husbands and fathers.
Lansdale Presbyterian Church  |  450 Oak Park Road  |  Hatfield, PA 19440  |  215.368.1119  |  lansdalepres@lansdalepres.org
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Monthly Evening Study
4th Monday of each month (Sept. - Mar.)
7pm - 8:30pm
Location: LPC Library
Cost: $15 for workbook
Contact: Pastor Brian Hand
Weekly Morning Study
Wednesdays (Sept - May), starting 9/11
6:00 – 7:30 AM
Location: LPC Library
Contact: Pastor Tom Keane 

Marching to Zion.  Are you looking for good theology made practical for daily living?  The psalms of the Bible arise our of the joys, struggles, doubts, and concerns of everyday life.  But they also reflect the deep truths revealed by God through his words and deeds.  As such they give us a sound model for living out our own relationship with God and with the world in which we live.

To guide us through our study, we will be using a book entitled Marching to Zion: Ancient Psalms for Modern Pilgrims, by PCA pastor Rhett Dodson. In it Pastor Dodson leads us through the sixteen psalms called the Psalms of Ascents (120-134).  

Consider joining us beginning September 11 and each Wednesday morning up to the Christmas holiday.  Each week we'll enjoy a time of fellowship, a continental breakfast, and lively discussion to get your day started.