News (Page 8)

News (Page 8)

Lent Guide 2016

Today is Ash Wednesday, which marks the first day of Lent.  Lent is a season in the life of the church that marks the 40 days that lead up to Easter. Historically, Lent has been a time when many people return to the various practices of the Christian faith. We do this not as an obligation or as a means of earning God’s love; instead, these practices are ways to focus on God, experience freedom from unhealthy attachments, stand in…

Winter Reading List And Life Journals

Each quarter we provide a scripture reading schedule to encourage the development of your personal spiritual formation. We alternate between the New Testament and Old Testament each quarter and read the Psalms in the summer. Over the next few years we will end up reading the entire Old Testament once, the New Testament twice and the Psalms twice.   We’ve intentional chosen a slower pace so that we have time to really meditate and reflect on the text each day. This…

Advent Events and Schedule

Longview Community Church has a wonderful Advent tradition that includes numerous opportunities for worship, fellowship and service.  Below you will find our Advent schedule. December 5: Pancake Breakfast, Back Sale & Handcraft Fair 8:00-11:00 December 5: Starlight Parade 5:00pm, Kids’ float #36 (meet in front of PUD) December 6: Kids Christmas Program.  Combined service at 10:30 am December 12: South West Symphony Christmas Concert featuring excerpts from the Messiah 7:00pm December 13: South West Symphony Christmas Concert featuring excerpts from…

Hill Memorial presents The Lohr Trio November 8

The Lohr Trio and guests will perform at Longview Community Church on Sunday, November 8, at 4:00 p.m. Pianist Dr. Michael C. Liu, Violinist Dr. George Oh, and Cellist, Suzanne Rague along with guest artist soprano Barbara Choltco and pianist Kathryn Hobbie will perform a variety program highlighting music from Brahms to Liszt, Koldaly, Arensky, and arrangements of Cole Porter. The Annual Hill Memorial Concert was established in 1993 to honor John and Esther Hill, both musicians and actively involved…

Fall Reading List and Life Journals

Each quarter we provide a scripture reading schedule to encourage the development of your personal spiritual formation. Below you will find this quarter’s schedule.  You can also download a hard copy here: Fall 2015 Daily Readings. Starting this year we are going to alternate between the New Testament and Old Testament each quarter and read the Psalms in the summer. Over the next few years we will end up reading the entire Old Testament once, the New Testament twice and the…

Fall Kick Off 2015

We are kicking off our next ministry season on Sunday September 13.  Join us on the lawn at 10am between services for brunch.  During this meal together you’ll have a chance to get more information about upcoming events, groups, and service opportunities for the next season.  We’ll have some fun stuff for kids too!

Vacation Bible School: SonSpark Labs

Kids entering Kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to SonSpark Labs VBS, June 24-28, from 9AM-Noon, where they’ll get to explore the answers to universal questions: Day 1: Who made the World and Me? God’s Plan: 2 Make Us Day 2: What happens when I do wrong things? God’s Plan: 2 Be With Us Day 3: What is God like? God’s Plan: 4 Us 2 Know Him Day 4: Why did Jesus have to die? God’s Plan: 2 Save Us!…

Annual Congregational Meeting May 6

Wednesday, May 6, 2015,  is the date for the Longview Community Church Annual Congregational Meeting, to be held in the sanctuary at 6:30 p.m., following a potluck dinner in the fellowship hall. The meeting will be chaired by 2014-15 Board of Directors President, Susie Kirkpatrick, with elections of Board, Deacon and Nominating Committee members. The current Nominating Committee is pleased to present a full slate of nominees for consideration by the congregation. Friends and Family children’s classes (KidMo, Lil’K and Route…

April: Milky Cow Month!

Longview Community Church helps support Community House on Broadway by providing milk during the month of April. Sign up on the “Milky Cow” Calendar in the Fellowship Hall to purchase 5-6 gallons of milk for a day in April, and deliver them to Community House on Broadway. Help us support our local Community House!