I am so excited to announce that we will be starting a daytime Bible study next Thursday, October 20th!! This is the first time since I have been at LCC that we have had a daytime study, and although we realize that it is inconvenient for many people, we also recognize that there are several women at our church who are available at this time of day and are hungering for growth and fellowship. Marion Hunt decided to take the bull by the horns and start a study for those who are in that boat. (Thanks, Marion!)
The Bible study will be each Thursday morning from 9:30 – 11:30 AM. We will be studying Beth Moore’s Stepping Up: A Journey Through the Psalms of Ascent, and the study will be at Hope Warfel’s house. There will be child care available for a fee.
At the first meeting on October 20th we will introduce the study, have some light refreshments, discuss child care costs, ordering books, etc. If you are interested in attending the Bible study (or even think you might be!), please email Marion Hunt today. We need to know how many child care workers to hire, how many books we are likely to need, etc. Marion’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you can join us as we dive deeper in God’s word and GROW!!
Click on the video above to hear Hope talk about the two reasons why you need to attend Fall Fest this year!
LCC’s annual Fall Fest will be November 5, 2-5 p.m.! It will be at the same location as in past years, 1054 Barnes Road, Antioch. Please, please, please invite people you know to come meet our church family! It is a safe and fun event worth bringing your friends to!
Life Community Church celebrated it’s 10 year anniversary on September 11. Breakfast was served, old friends united, and many great moments were remembered.
This slideshow contains photos from LCC on September 11th, 2011.
This slideshow contains photos from LCC’s past 10 years.
On Saturday, August 27th, about 20 women from Life Community got together for a beautiful morning of food and fellowship. The theme was “seasons” and each table was decorated for a season of the year. We watched a video about women in different seasons of life, and we celebrated that God never changes, regardless of the season in which we are living.
The fall holds a lot of fun activities and events for women’s ministry. We can’t wait to see what God has in store for the ladies in our church!
Filed under EVENTS, Women
Jesse and Kylie Johnson dedicated their sons Dylan and Ryland to God on Sunday, August 28. Watch this video to hear them talk about their hopes and prayers for their sons.
Fall is inching in upon us, and that means that Community Groups have returned as well. Hurray! Our kickoff day is in two Sundays on August 28th. Obviously, if your group is not meeting on Sundays then the date of your first meeting will be different: Monday the 29th or Wednesday the 31st.
For those of you who are not yet in a community group but want to be; I’d love to help you find the one that best fits your schedule. We presently have 5 groups, 4 of which meet in the homes of other LCC people, and one, which meets Sunday mornings @ 9AM @ Shayne Elementary. My email address is email@example.com. Please contact me if you want to get involved.
This semester (from August till Christmas), we will be reading and interacting with a book, “The Prodigal God” by Tim Keller. Our goal in reading and discussing this book is not simply to fill up our calendar with more stuff to do. We believe that Keller’s book provides the careful reader with a right perspective on a well known story, and consequently, it clearly and simply lays out the teaching of Christ both in the historical and modern context. So, the goal of each community group is to work together at understanding and applying the truths behind this biblical parable to our lives. And all the while, building friendships with each other for support and prayer that will continue to exist outside the structure of Church-planned functions. Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions; I’ll be glad to answer them.
Calendar for Fall Community Groups: