It’s been said that “Vision Leaks.” That axiom is especially appropriate for 2020. While leaders everywhere were using the 20/20 wordplay for last year, no one anticipated the yearlong disruption of the pandemic. If there is ever a time that we need fresh clarity about life and the mission of the church, now is that time.
So this Vision Sunday, we will be refocusing attention on what God has been doing, how He has been speaking and where we sense His guidance for our future at Life Christian Fellowship. In both the 9:00 & 11:00 AM Sunday Celebrations, we will reflect and cast vision. Then we will gather for a membership meeting which includes a light lunch following the second service.
You can sign up for the lunch on Sundays on the Connect Card or email info@LCFconnect.com to let us know you will be attending. We will also provide online participation for those who are gathering with us virtually.
Hospitality begins before you step foot inside the door at Life Christian Fellowship. Our prime location on a busy road has it's drawbacks, but our ushers are available to help families cross the street, or find parking in the lot.
Once inside you will find a friendly face with our weekly bulletin of information and message notes. Everything is at close quarters - the coffee bar, restrooms, and doors to the Sanctuary for the main service.
Our services usually start with music. Singing praises to the Lord is a display of honor and love - carrying a tune is optional. Our worship team guides the congregation through a variety of contemporary songs, and traditional hymns.
Senior Pastor, Bob Novak usually preaches from the scriptures, but some weeks you might hear from a missionary or guest preacher. Our sermons are characterized by relevant, applicable wisdom, revealed in the scriptures.
At the close of each service, before heading for cookies and coffee in the lobby, you are invited to get prayer. Church leaders are available at the front of the sanctuary for partnership in prayer.
Families are at the heart of Life Christian Fellowship, and we believe
children can develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ at a young
"...children are the kingdom’s pride and joy.” (Luke 18:16 MSG) So
because kids matter, we want to make their church experience engaging, relevant
and memorable. We have several age-based children's groups during our
Sunday Celebration services:
- Childcare for infants and toddlers, from 3 months to 3 years old
- Pre-School class
- Kids Powerzone for elementary age children.
Each of our classrooms have trained teachers and assistants who love God and love kids. They are ready and prepared each week to teach them and love them!
For more details, please visit our LIFE Kids ministries page by clicking HERE!
5/6 RISE is a new children's ministry group for the older elementary children.
5th and 6th graders will use the preteen component of our Orange curriculum, 252 basics. While they will continue to have a monthy Life App and Bible verse, we’ll be focusing on age appropriate topics and concepts as well. After our Large Group Bible lesson and worship time, we’ll break out into small groups to discuss what they’ve learned at a deeper level.
On Sundays, high schoolers attend Sunday Celebration, and have the opportunity to serve on one of the teams, such as audio-visual, worship, and ushers.
For kids in middle school, during the 9:00am service, there is Grounded for Life! The 7th and 8th graders join the main church service for worship, but during the transition to the sermon, they leave to meet in the Life House for the "Grounded for Life" group. It's a fun and relevant learning environment to encourage youth in their faith journey. They will learn how to discover who God is and who we are in Him, establish a deep rooted bible foundation in their lives and build community and personal character within and beyond the group.
All youth (7th-12th grade) are welcome to Life Christian Fellowship on Thursdays at 7pm for Youth Night. For more details, please click HERE.
At Life Christian Fellowship we believe in the power of prayer. We need you to pray. We need one another in prayer partnership. So we pray together. We hear one another pray. Our children hear us pray and we hear our children pray. Prayer is the love language of the church and it shows up in giving thanks to God and in the “asking” in prayer.
In addition to making prayer a part of each Sunday Celebration, we have a team of faithful prayer partners, committed to praying for the prayer requests that are submitted in church or sent to email@example.com.
If you are struggling, or simply seeking an answer, through prayer, let us pray with you.
We will continue to post an online service, until further notice, so worship at home continues to be an option. If you are sick, or have been in contact with anyone who is, please make use of the online option until you are feeling better.