out in the community

Act of Christian Kindness  

Living Hope Lighthouse wants those in our community to know how much God loves them. We also want people to know how much we truly care about them, so we believe it's important to go out and perform small gestures of kindness with no strings attached. These acts of kindness can be things like giving hot coffee to parents as they wait for their children outside of school on a cold day, handing out hot dogs at the Sunday night concerts in the park, bagging groceries for shoppers at Country Harvest, distributing free bottles of water in the park on a hot summer day, and so on. We even celebrate our annual Acts of Christian Kindness Day on December 18th where we show the love of Christ to those in our own personal mission field during a very sacred time of year. We are committed to training, encouraging and challenging our congregation to share their faith with others. We desire to PACK your life full of love!


Acts of Selfless Service

We long to show God's love through acts of sacrifical service. We at LHL are called to minister and serve our town, senior citizens, children and youth, the homeless, those who may struggle financially and others.  That is why each month we coordinate a service project designed to assist others, whether it is picking up litter on the sidewalks of Palmerton, distributing care bags to local nursing homes, helping our local food pantry or cooking and serving food in soup kitchens. So, if you see a group of people wearing white T-shirts with the LHL logo on them serving the community, feel free to roll up your sleeves and join us! Jesus came to serve us and we want to PASS it on.


Other Outreach Events and Ministries

In addition to these outreach endeavors, LHL facilitates and/or participates in other community outreach events throughout the year. For instance, we host a stand at the Palmerton Festival each year. We also host Narcotics Anonymous (NA) on Thursdays at 7 PM as well as participate in the Lehigh/Carbon IU Work-Based Program.  We also partner with St. Peter's Community Resource Center in Weissport.



Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.  Therefore go and make disciples in all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you."  (Matthew 28: 18-20)