Lakewood Presbyterian Church

Lakewood Presbyterian Church is a member church of North Texas Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America.  The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) was formed to be a denomination that is "Faithful to the Scriptures, True to the Reformed Faith, and Obedient to the Great Commission."

Sunday Schedule:

9:30am - Songs of Praise

9:50am - Prayer

10:10am - Sunday School and Adult Bible Class

11:00am - Morning Worship

5:30pm - Evening Worship

Order of Morning Worship: 

March 22, 2020


Greeting and Announcements

Return, O LORD, unto the many thousands of Israel.

Prayer for the Church



Call to Worship                       Psalm 135:1-3

*Psalm 34



*The Law of God                   James 4:7-10

*Psalm 7

*Psalm 11



*Prayer for Illumination         Psalm 139:23-24

The Word Read                      Isaiah 1:1-20

                                                2 Corinthians 4

                                                Matthew 12:33-37

The Word Preached                Jesus on Judgment

Pastoral Prayer

The Offering                           Psalm 116:12-14


GOD  SEALS  US                 

*The Lord’s Prayer                 Matthew 6:9-13

*Confession of Faith               The Nicene Creed

Reception of New Members

*Psalm 25 (vv. 1-4)

The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper



*Psalm 25 (vv. 5-9)

*Commission                          Ezekiel 18:30-32

*Benediction                           Psalm 5:11-12


Rise up, LORD, and let thine enemies be scattered,

And let them that hate thee flee before thee.

Order of Evening Worship:

March 22, 2020



 Call to Worship                                               Psalm 134




Psalm 96


Scripture Readings                                   Genesis 1:1-2:3

                                                                          Luke 23




The Word Preached                    The Sabbath:  Remember




Psalm 29


Benediction                                            Numbers 6:24-26





The  Westminster  Larger  Catechism



Q. 116  What is required in the fourth commandment?


A. 116  The fourth commandment requireth of all men the sanctifying or keeping holy to God such set times as he hath appointed in his Word, expressly one whole day in seven; which was the seventh from the beginning of the world to the resurrection of Christ, and the first day of the week ever since, and so to continue to the end of the world; which is the Christian sabbath, and in the New Testament called the Lord’s Day.


Q. 121  Why is the word Remember set in the beginning of the fourth commandment?


A. 121  The word Remember is set in the beginning of the fourth commandment, partly, because of the great benefit of remembering it, we being thereby helped in our preparation to keep it, and, in keeping it, better to keep all the rest of the commandments, and to continue a thankful remembrance of the two great benefits of creation and redemption, which contain a short abridgment of religion; and partly, because we are very ready to forget it, for that there is less light of nature for it, and yet it restraineth our natural liberty in things at other times lawful; that it cometh but once in seven days, and many worldly businesses come between, and too often take off our minds from thinking of it, either to prepare for it, or to sanctify it; and that Satan with his instruments much labor to blot out the glory, and even the memory of it, to bring in all irreligion and impiety.