Here are answers to some frequently asked questions.
INDOORS You can join us indoors every Sunday morning at 10:00am. Masks, temperature checks, and social distancing are required. Kids classes are running and the nursery is open for parents and babies.
OUTDOORS Bring a chair and meet us on the lawn for the outdoor worship service at 11:15am.
During our Sunday services, you'll find contemporary worship music, prayer, teaching of God's Word, and a message of hope.
We can't wait to meet your family!
For babies through age 2, the nursery will be open for caregivers and children to use. The nursery is equiped with a video monitor to listen to the service live. Please note, there will be no volunteers in the nursery and a caregiver will need to stay with each child.
Children age 3 through 5th grade may attend classes run by our wonderful team of volunteers in Fellowship Hall. Masks are required the entire time.
Children 1 and under should stay with parents during the outdoor service.
There will be a class for children age 2 through Kindergarten, and a second class for children in first grade through fifth grade. Classes are run by volunteers and take place outside next to the playground.
The safety and well being of your children is very important to us. All children attending class must be signed in at one of our computer kiosks. A member of our Welcome Team will be at the computer to assist you. You will receive a nametag with an additional pick up tag with a unique code for each family. Our Children's Ministry wing is safe and secure during services. All volunteers are interviewed and background checked prior to serving with children. Our classrooms always have teams of 2 or more volunteers in each class.
Come as you are! You'll find that most people in our church wear casual, informal clothing. Whether you're in jeans and sneakers or a suit and tie, you're welcome to worship with us.
LHC has a large u-shaped parking lot with plenty of space. For the indoor service, you will enter through the main glass doors at the front of the church, so it's best to park near the entrance. For the outdoor service, a volunteer will greet you when you arrive and can direct you where to park.