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Pastor Tom baptizing his first grandson, Edward Lee Sealing III

 

Thank you everyone for supporting the C.R.O.P. Walk on Sunday! If you were able to join us, you enjoyed a beautiful day with lots of great fellowship! So far, the Hunterdon County C.R.O.P. Walk has raised over $3800 with on-line and day-of donations which will go to support world-wide as well local hunger programs. Praise God! Thank you again for your part in an awesome ministry!

Thank you for those that supported our hot dog sale at the Lebanon Town Wide Yard Sale in September and also for those that made a donation at our Senior Dinner in October.  Between the two events we raised $819 that will be appropriated to Disaster Relief through Church World Services!

Lebanon Boro Town Wide Yard Sale-September 23rd.  Proceeds from the LRC lunch counter benefited R.C.A. Disaster Relief.

Gifts from the Lebanon Reformed Church for the new Grandparents!

 

Lebanon Reformed Church Volleyball Team

 

August 6, 2017-Celebrating Molly’s Baptism

June ’17 Hike

12/24/16 Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

12/4/16 Lighting of the Advent Candle

11/12/16 annual Italian dinner in honor of the Seniors in our community https://photos.shutterfly.com/story/id/30106708271

11/16 Operation Shoebox Collection

Pastor Tom and Daren McCann LRC’s Organist /Music Director image3 - MD

11/22/15 Collection of Operation Shoeboxes

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6/28/15 Confirmation- Congratulations Amanda & Gwen!!

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6/14/15 Holy First Communion  – Congratulations Brooke, Chloe & Zoe!!!

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6/7/15 Nancy & Jamie’s Wedding – Congratulations!!!

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5/2/15 We Shall Over Run 5K/1 Mile Photo Link

5/2/15 – Charlie wins Silver & Gold Medals at Special Olympics!

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Winners announced for student photography exhibition.  First place honors for middle school entrants went to Matthew Valentine, a sixth grader at Lebanon Borough School for House on the Curb. The judges deemed it well composed, reflecting villages that are common in the county.

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Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission Chair Stephanie Stevens (at left) with the six winners,Bethany Bonacorsi, Amy Wain, Isabella Carrega, Finnoula Cahill, Matthew Valentine and Elisa Booth of a student photograph competition honoring the county’s 300th Anniversary.