Real God. Messy People. Changed Lives
We are a "Christian Church", but we don’t say “Christian” as a brand name of church. We say it to emphasize and underline the fact that this church gets its identity from Jesus who was the Christ. We are serious about wanting this to be His church, run by His values, directed by His desires, trying to bring His presence into the lives of the people we touch. What to Expect: Worship services are at 9:30 & 11:00 lasting approximately 75 minutes and identical in format. During both services Foundation Studies are offered allowing us to dive deeper in to Biblical topics and books. Nursery - 4th grade classes are available both services.
Mission: LCC is about a real God that loves messy people, and changes our lives anyway.
Here is a preview for this Sunday, June 21. Remember, we're meeting at 10am. You can join us in the auditorium, or in the Big Room for families with small children, or on the playground! Michael Ray Skelton will be talking about Keeping the Sabbath.
Some thoughts about the real people of Exodus 31 and the real people of today.
[06/16/20] Some thoughts about the real people of Exodus 31 and the real people of today.
Missed this last week when Blake talked about the Incredible Hulk? Well... not the Hulk but Samson. Watch now for the incredible story.
Here is our online bulletin for this Sunday, June 14. Troy Bayne will be talking about Covenant in Exodus.
We have a number of ways that you can join us as we learn and worship together:
We are meeting at the building at 10 am. You can come to the auditorium, or, if you have littles and would like a bit more freedom for them, come to our Community Room where the service will be streamed. Our playground is also available with TV streaming. Sit in the shade while your kids play. We want to offer different opportunities to meet you where you are comfortable.
We will also be live streaming on FB and our YouTube channel.
[06/09/20] Thoughts about life far from the edge.
Here is the lesson for your Pre-K and Kinder children. Your child will be encouraged to use their talents to help others as they learn about David as he served King Saul.
Looking for a Sunday School lesson for your 1st-4th graders? Join Mrs. Kathe as she talks with the kids about Moses, the people of Israel and how we can believe what God says.
This is "June 7: 1st-4th Sunday School Lesson" by Longview Christian Church on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Lead Minister, Mike Skelton, taught us about the 10 Commandments and their meaning to us.
This is our online preview for this Sunday, June 7. For those who would like to and are able, we will be meeting at the building at 10am. Please read the pinned post that will give you all the info you will need. We will also be live-streaming the service via Facebook, our YouTube channel, and on LCC.online.church for those watching from home or elsewhere.
This week Michael Ray Skelton is continuing our study in Exodus. This Sunday he will be talking about Beyond Law as we look at the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20.
Join us online or in person!
[06/03/20] Some thoughts about Luke 10 in our world today.
Hey LCC Family! Here are some of the details you’ve been asking for about the service for this weekend.
Longview Christian Church will be opening the doors of 2400 McCann Rd. for a worship service at 10 AM on Sunday. While we are doing our best to provide as welcoming of an environment as we can for the weekend, it will take everyone being wise and faithful. We ask that those joining us do their best to Love their neighbors as themselves and consider the needs of others as greater than their own. We ask that you limit physical contact and be respectful of distances with those around you. There are still a great many opinions about what level of interaction is appropriate at this point—be cool!
We will also be streaming the service live for those who are advised to stay home, who must stay home do the sensitive nature of their vocation, and for those who choose to wait a little longer before engaging more with the community in larger groups. We will also continue to send out our weekly lessons for kids and youth.
For those who are considering the trip to the building, this is what you can expect.
• We will have 3, on-campus, venues for you to enjoy the service. The team will be in-person in the auditorium, we will have a few tables set up in the Big Room for those who would like to spread out a little more, and we will have a TV/speaker system set up at the playground for those with kiddos who would be more comfortable outside.
• We will have our impact team present to help direct traffic and hold doors for everyone, entering and leaving the building.
• We will have hand sanitizing stations for your convenience. Also, if you would be more comfortable in a mask, please feel free to wear one, but we are not requiring them.
• We will be alternating rows in the auditorium to help with distancing.
• We will have a self-service table for you to pick up your prepackaged communion elements to take with you into the service, and they will be available after the service when you leave.
We do not plan to have anyone with a clicker or counter. We don’t plan to turn anyone away. We really hope people making the decision to be will us at the building will love each other well and be considerate. We are trying to provide a diversity of options to see what sticks and what’s helpful. Our situation is still fluid. We fully expect things to change multiple times in the coming weeks. Thank you so much for hanging in there with us!
Longview Christian Church
Missed out on Sunday's youth lesson? Check out the last parable that Blake is covering.
Join us this morning at 10am for a live worship service here on Facebook , via YouTube*, or at lcc.online.church.
*To find the livestream on YouTube, go to www.youtube.com or open the YouTube app on your favoriate smart tv device and search for "Longview Christian Church".
Important note: The Livestream will not be available via the Vimeo or LCC Roku/FireTV apps. It will be available to watch on demand in these places by Sunday afternoon.
Be sure to watch our pinned video to get the latest on how to watch our Sunday service.
Here is a preview for this Sunday. We are in Exodus and Michael Ray Skelton will be talking about The Red Sea.
"Fear and frustration are not wrong." Most of us need to hear this and put it in the perspective of Scripture.
Missed this last week's youth lesson? Do not worry, it is here with Blake talking about the parable of "New cloth on old garment".
[05/23/20] We're looking forward to the opportunity to gather together in worship through song and through the study of God's Word. This morning, we're looking at Exodus 12. (Guest Speaker: Steve Conn)
Join us online this Sunday as Steve Conn continues in our Exodus study with the story of the Passover. In the end, God prevails. We need to be reminded of that and reminded of the big God we serve.
Missed out this past Sunday Youth Lesson? Watch now as Blake talks about the parable "invited guests".
Brief thoughts and some encouragement from Exodus 7:14-11. (Guest speaker this week: Daniel Ostendorff)
[05/19/20] Brief thoughts and some incouragement from Exodus 7:14-11. (Guest speaker this week: Daniel Ostendorff)
Come listen and learn from Mrs. Lauren as she continues teaching through the book of Acts and the life of Paul. Your 1st-4th grader will need a Bible and an item that they can pass around in a fun little game.
This is "May 17: 1-4 Grade Sunday School Lesson" by Longview Christian Church on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Come listen to Mrs. Miriam teach about a woman who was known for helping others and how she herself was helped by God through Peter. This lesson is designed for children Pre-K and Kinder.
This is "May 17: PreK & K Sunday School Lesson" by Longview Christian Church on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Lead Minister, Mike Skelton takes us through Exodus and talking about hope.
Right now, hope is a very real need in our lives. We can't see the future and each day feels unsure. God is reminding us through Moses that there is hope for us.
Here is a preview for this Sunday. Michael Ray Skelton will be taking us through Exodus and talking about hope. Join us online here Sunday morning at 10am.
Join in on a conversation about a game we all play to some degree. What does God's Word say about this game and how might we play it differently?
[05/12/20] Brief thoughts and some incouragement from Exodus 6:10-13.
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