Fellowship & Support
LCCC endeavors to be a congregation of support and compassion. It’s ministry is open to all, from its volunteer Sunday School teachers and choir members to those who tend the grounds, provide altar flowers, greet, host receptions as well as a coffee hour following worship, serve on boards and committees, and support through prayer all those who need sustenance.
Adult Social, Service and Learning Activities:
Adult group meets monthly, except in July and August, for pot-luck dinners and a program; a Christmas dinner is catered. For program details contact the church office. For reservations call (818) 790-7017. With the help of donations from the congregation, they provide gifts to the clients at Peppermint Ridge at Christmas.
The Serendipity Circle invites all women to come to an evening gathering that meets in the Fireside Room at 7:00 p.m. on a monthly basis. It is a time of fellowship, sharing and discussion. They also plan several social dinners, one in June before a summer break and one for the Christmas Holiday with their traditional ornament exchange. Contact the Church Office for further details.
Adult Bible Study groups meet on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
The Prayer Shawl Ministry meets weekly to knit or crochet shawls, hats and scarves which are then given to those in need.
The purpose of the Guild is to unite the women of the Church in fellowship, service, and giving. Every woman in the congregation is a member of the Guild and is welcome to attend and support the work of the Guild. The Women’s Guild has been functioning since 1897. The activities of the Guild include a luncheon and program three times a year. (Contact the Church Office for details.) They occasionally sponsor fundraisers to support their projects and outreach. This support includes gifts to the Church and benevolences at the Christmas season. The Guild also publishes a newsletter, The BEACON, five times a year that is sent to all church women on the mailing list. Men are always welcome to attend Guild events.
Dinners for Eight
Small groups of six to eight members and friends get together at restaurants or homes to know each other better. The groups meet for several dinners, each hosted by members in turn. When the series of dinners is completed, new groups are formed for another go-around. The intent is that over several years the members will have had an opportunity to meet with many in our congregation.