Lincoln Christian Church
204 N. McLean

Preaching minister:
John Castelein

  8:30AM & 11:00AM


Trinity Episcopal Church
402 Pekin St., Lincoln
Pastor: James Cravens

 7:30 & 9:45AM Sunday
 9:00AM Tuesday-Friday


Kingdom Life Ministries
620 Pulaski St., Lincoln
Pastor: Joe Bennett
 10AM & 6:30PM Sunday
 7PM Wednesday

Lincoln Bible Church
2316 N. Kickapoo St., Lincoln   217-735-5959
Pastor: Don Hoover, phone 217-735-4641
Worship: 10AM Sunday
Sunday School:  9AM 
Home Bible class: 6:30PM
Overcomers in Christ:
 7PM Tuesday 
Teen Club (7th-12th grade); Kids in Christ's Service (1st-6th)
 7PM Wednesday 

Lincoln Church of Christ
800 Pulaski St., Lincoln
Minister: Harold Driskell
 11AM & 6PM Sunday
Bible study:
 10AM Sunday
 7PM Wednesday
TV program, "In Search of the Lord's Way," Channel 19 WHOI
 7:30AM Sunday


Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Association of Free Lutheran Congregations
1140 N. State St., Lincoln
Pastor Roger David
 10:00AM Sunday
Sunday School:  

Immanuel Lutheran Church  ELCA
1409 Pulaski St., Lincoln
Pastor Dan Wissman
 9:00AM Sunday

Zion Lutheran Church
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod
205 Pulaski St., Lincoln
Pastor Mark Carnahan
 8:00 & 10:30AM Sunday
Radio, WLLM-AM 1370:
 8AM Sunday
TV, Cable Channel 15:
 10:00AM Sunday
 5:00PM Monday

United Methodist

First United Methodist Church
302 Broadway St.,  Lincoln
Pastor:  Jame Hahs

 8:30AM Traditional
 11AM Contemporary
Sunday School:
 9:45 AM


To inquire about listing your congregation's worship information, please e-mail us at or call us at 217-732-7443.



LCCS professors contribute to book

[JULY 6, 2002]  Essays written by Dr. Robert Kurka and Dr. Robert Lowery, professors at Lincoln Christian College and Seminary, are featured in a book from InterVarsity Press titled "Evangelicalism and the Stone-Campbell Movement." Kurka’s and Lowery’s contributions are among the 14 chapters comprising this significant volume that engages key thinkers from the Churches of Christ (a cappella) and Christian Churches (independent) with some of the leading theological minds in the greater evangelical community, such as Mark Noll, Craig Blomberg, H. Wayne House and Stanley Grenz. The book is edited by Dr. William R. Baker, professor of New Testament at Cincinnati Bible Seminary and a Lincoln alumnus.

In his forward, noted historian Noll of Wheaton College writes: "The Restorationist tradition enjoys a long and honorable heritage of vigorous Bible scholarship. It is all to the good — for the Stone-Campbell movement as also for the broader evangelical community — when Restorationists once again join the kind of vigorous public discussion that Alexander Campbell himself did so much to promote."

In this groundbreaking book, Kurka offers an essay on "The Role of the Holy Spirit in Conversion: Why Restorationists Appear to be out of the Evangelical Mainstream" (with a response from Denver Seminary’s Blomberg); whereas Lowery writes on "Biblical Models of the Church: Contributions of the Stone-Campbell Movement to the Church of the Twenty-First Century," with Faith Seminary’s Wayne House providing the "Evangelical Response."

"Evangelicalism and the Stone-Campbell Movement" sells for $23, and is available through the bookstore at LCCS or in other retail outlets that carry InterVarsity publications.

[LCCS news release]


First Presbyterian ice cream social

[JULY 9, 2002]  The annual pork barbecue and ice cream social at First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 17, in the educational building adjacent to the church, 301 Pekin St.

Anyone participating can dine in or carry out.

Tickets are $5 per person and will be available at the door.

The event is sponsored by the churchs board of deacons.





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