Lake Osborne Presbyterian Church (LOPC) was originally a local mission effort by Memorial Presbyterian Church of West Palm Beach, Florida to the growing community of Lake Worth in 1956.

History

Originally meeting on Thursdays in a home on Sunset Drive, the mission church eventually grew established enough to begin a Sunday morning worship service and was constituted as an official church in 1957.

LOPC went on to purchase a permanent site at its current location, the corner of Sunset Drive and Sixth Avenue South, using the two-story house on site as its place of worship.  In 1961, construction began on a new building, which served as the sanctuary until 1985.  The original, two-story house on site continued to serve LOPC in a number of capacities including as a youth center, coffee house, and multi-purpose space until it was demolished in 1984 to make room for the current sanctuary that sits on the house’s former site.

No church, LOPC included, is defined by its buildings however, but by its people and its ministries.  Started as a mission church itself, LOPC has long existed for the good of its community and the world – having participated in the planting of several churches in Palm Beach and Martin counties, as well as continuing to support mission work both nationally and abroad.

Come and partner with us as we work to further Christ’s kingdom into the future.

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