Lyndhurst Community Presbyterian Church



We claim education at LCPC is the faithful formation for the practice of life. Thoughtful spiritual formation allows us to claim a love that has the power to shape and transform us. All of us, from pre-schooler to faith leaders, long time members to confirmands, all are encouraged to come and see God alive in our world. 

Summer Arts Camp                                                       June 26 - 29

Be inspired with the stories Jesus told his friends on the hillside,                                    to love in new ways, bringing out God’s colors in the world.         
Art camp is for children ages 4 - 8.

Arts Camp Registration Form

Mini Mission Day Camp                                               July 26 - 28

Summer is a great time to get out and discover details about God's world you may have never thought about.  This small group of youth will travel about Cleveland with a mission; to see God through another's eyes.  Our tour guide will be art of the present and the past.                                                                                                     Mini Mission is for children ages 9-12


Children and Youth

Summer Worship begins Sunday, May 28. LCPC weekly formation classes will resume on Sunday, September 17. 


Front Door: Ages 3 to 2nd grade - meet in Bloomfield Hall

The stories of the Bible capture the imagination and shape the beginning of faith. At LCPC we believe God is very much a part of who we are and is well at home in our heart. In this class children are invited to throw the door to their heart wide open and allow God to settle in.

Mid-Youth: 3rd - 6th grade - meet in main building, lower level

This class openly enters into scripture to find personal meaning in the unfolding story of how the generations have experienced God.

Formation Discovery: 7th grade and up - meet in the Montage Room, main building 3rd floor.

Students have learned the story of faith, formation discovery ask the next question - How do we live the story? The class draws on the wisdom of Christian spiritual practices and makes use of relevant social media technologies to help students grow into their story through application, practice, imagination and sharing.


- Developed by students at the Excel TECC ITP Program