What to Expect: FAQ
We understand that visiting a church can be an intimidating and awkward experience, so we’ve tried to answer some of the most common questions for you here on the site. Feel free to contact us if you have any others.
LCC services are intentionally designed to be focused on God and driven by the Gospel. We take the Bible very seriously and want our services to reflect the Bible’s priorities. Typically a service includes a welcome and announcements, we’ll read from the Bible and pray together, sing some songs, and have a message from God’s word. Our sermons are mostly expository in style and philosophy. This means that the point of the sermon comes from a particular passage of scripture taking a section of the Bible explaining and applying it.
God designed His church to represent a diversity of cultures, ages, and backgrounds so we seek to reflect that in the way we worship. We sing songs from several eras and styles that help us focus on the Gospel. You’ll find a blend of new and old songs that focus on the person and work of Jesus Christ. Our musicians are more focused on helping everyone sing as congregational rather than performing.
You’ll find a wide variety of dress styles at LCC. Some people wear jeans, some people wear ties, and some people wear a tie with their jeans. There’s no dress code; at LCC, we’re a family with people from all walks of life. Please wear whatever is most comfortable for you. So don’t stress too much about what to wear, we care more about you than your clothes.
Worshiping at LCC is a family event with many options for your family.
- Nursery is available for infants through 3 years old. We are also accommodating to nursing mothers; just notify a nursery volunteer of your needs.
- Children’s Church program. Your kids will sit with you during the music and will be dismissed part-way through the service.
Children are a vital part of our ministry. We don’t see them simply as the Church of tomorrow, they are part of the church today. These ministries are not babysitting services, rather they are disciple-making programs to assist parents in bringing up their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord (Eph. 6:4). Enjoy the worship service knowing your Children are well cared for. Our workers are carefully selected and love caring for your children while you are enjoying the worship experience.
There is plenty of free parking in our parking lot. Once the lot is full we park in the activity field behind our building.
There are several reserved handicap spaces and a wheelchair accessible ramp on the side of the building. An elevator is available for access to the lower level, just ask an usher or greeter for assistance.