It is our goal to provide the congregation of LCC with a variety of Bible studies, as well as spiritual growth opportunities both inside, and outside of the walls of our church. It is our desire to nurture the spirit, stimulate the mind, and grow a passion for Christ and for service to others.
Men's Study Group
The Men's group meets in the homes of participants on the first Wednesday of each month, except January. Content is decided by the group. A sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board by the church office. Details of the first meeting will be forthcoming.
All women in our church family are invited to join us the second Saturday each month. We spend an hour in conversation, reflection and prayer. This is a great chance to get to know women of all ages in our Church through a relaxed conversation. Give us a try!
LCC PRAYER CHAIN
If one Prayer can make a difference, think how much good 10 Prayers can do! The LCC Prayer Chain is for anyone who would like to volunteer to say specific prayers for those in need. It is quick and easy, as we e-mail our concerns on a regular basis to each other. It is confidential and functions under the belief teh Prayer is a powerful source of positive energy and thoughts that can help someone who is hurting in some way. In addition, the LCC Prayer Chain meets in the LCC Library right after worship on the first Sunday of each month for a group prayer.
Prayer Request Cards can be found in the back of the Sanctuary or you can call the Church Office (216-221-9555) if you, or someone you love, is in need of prayer.
If you would like to become a link on our LCC Prayer Chain along with Patti Komperda, Chiquita Matthews, Robert Wenz, Muriel Campbell, Barbara VanHala Meggas, Vicki Smigelski, Ellen Tudron, Nancy Gibbs, Kathy MacDougall,Charlotte Brown, Alicia Fortenbaugh and Ama Paintsil, let Patti Komperda know. We will gladly add you to our list!
CALLING ALL READERS!
Come to Adventures in Reading
(LCC book club)
the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Westlake Porter Library
Our November book selection is Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini.
Looking ahead to December - The Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka.