WHAT CAN I EXPECT?
Visiting a new church can be intimidating, we know. So, here are a few things about LFCC that we think will put you at ease.
On Sundays at LFCC you can:
- Expect to experience a relaxed & friendly atmosphere. (Everyone is welcome at LFCC. We don’t care about your background or how you dress).
- Expect to connect with people from different walks of life. (Our members include families, singles, teens, kids, and even newly-weds. And while you’re in worship, your kids will make friends and learn about God’s Word in our children’s classes).
- Expect to enjoy authentic worship. (Our worship services last about an hour. And while you won’t see flashy lights, you will sing vibrant worships songs and hear a message from God’s Word that is both relevant and biblical).
WHERE & WHEN DO YOU MEET…& WHAT ABOUT THE YOUTH?
We hold Sunday morning (10:30 am) worship services at Rhema Christian School located at 1301 Coraopolis Heights Rd, Coraopolis, PA 15108. We hope to see you this Sunday!
We have a student group (6th-12th grade) that meets at 9:15 am. We also have a grade school group (1st-5th grade) that meets during the worship service.
During the worship service we offer a preschool & nursery ministry, so that you can experience the worship service knowing that your little ones are in a safe environment receiving & learning about the love of God.
WHAT’S A CHURCH PLANT?
What’s a church plant? Simply put, a church plant is a new church. So, while we might be smaller than your average church size, it certainly doesn’t mean we’re boring. And as we grow together in our faith by impacting our community, we grow in number too. This journey of growth is exciting, and we hope you’ll join us!
Why join a church plant? As a church plant, we’re able to focus on a few ministries and do them very well. At Living Faith Community Church, we are passionate about sharing the Gospel and impacting our community (and the world) through families. So, at LFCC you’ll find encouragement and empowerment to live out your faith at home and in your neighborhood. Plus, by joining a church plant, you’ll quickly form meaningful relationships with other believers and find your place to serve.