Thanks for joining us tonight! Welcome to Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting. Jim Stahl will be hosting the live prayer meeting this week.
In the past God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets at many times and in various ways, 2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom also he made the universe. 3 The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word. After he had provided purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty in heaven. 4 So he became as much superior to the angels as the name he has inherited is superior to theirs. Hebrews 1:1-4 | NIV |
The live video will be posted below at 5:50pm. You can also visit our Facebook page to access the live prayer meeting.
Online Prayer Meeting – Wednesday, August 11th August 11th, 2021Admin
It’s that time of year that we would like to remember the members of LFCC that are off at college by sending them a goody box.
If you are a college student or have a college student that would like a goody box, please click here and fill out the form so we can send you/your child a goody box. Please have all addresses in by September 19th, 2021.
If you would like to donate to help out the college students, please bring donations to the church. Below is a list of ideas for items to donate. We are also accepting monetary donations. You can donate by cash, check, or online. Please select “College goody boxes” in the drop down menu when donating online or through the app. Donations need to be in by September 19th, 2021.
We are asking for donations of individually wrapped snack size treats, small fidget toys/stress relievers, and mini devotional/word search/crossword/sudoku books, post-it notes, dental floss, tide pens, etc.
If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Myers at (812)798-2597 or Wendy O’Bryan at (812) 798-0610.
Local Missions is an annual event put on by Highway 111 for 7th-12th grade students. This event focuses on helping out our community and the surrounding areas, and showing the love of God through it all.
LOCAL MISSIONS: JULY 26TH-30TH July 7th, 2021Amber Sapp
We are excited to announce that we have added a second service time for those that are unable to make the 10am service. This service will be the same sermon as the 10 am service. We hope that this provides our congregation and the community with the opportunity to come together with fellow believers and worship our Lord and Savior.
New 2nd Service time at LFCC! Sundays at 6:00 pm. May 15th, 2021Amber Sapp
This event will take place in the sanctuary of LFCC at 6:00 pm on April 17th! Come out and join us for a night of Family Fun! You won’t believe your eyes when we reveal the LFCC celebrities behind the mask. Concessions will be available so come hungry.
Highway 111 presents “Masked Singer”- Family Fun Night at LFCC March 30th, 2021Amber Sapp
Linton First Christian Church will serve as a host of Night to Shine 2021, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. The unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, celebrating people with special needs will be held by host churches around the world simultaneously on Friday, February 12, 2021 through a unique online event. In a time when so many people have been left feeling alone or alienated, it is important for LFCC to stand with the Tim Tebow Foundation in this way to honor our local community of people with special needs, ensuring they know they are valued and they are loved.
If you would like to register, donate, or learn more about this event, please follow the link below.
Just a reminder that the giving trees are up, so stop by and grab a tag if you haven’t yet and gift a toy/item to a child this year. Items should be brought to the church by December 6th, 2020. Thank you!
Embassy Men meetings equip men to practically apply the tenets of our scripture-based mission statement.
Teaching and application opportunities will focus on our role as Christ’s Ambassadors in our families, community, nation, and world. Topics are specifically designed to equip MEN, and meetings will include opportunities for men to be Christ’s hands and feet by engaging in mission opportunities.
Meetings are on Sundays from 6:45-8:00 pm in the Sanctuary.
Contact Kevin Cross for more information at (812) 887-0958 (call/text) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
As you know, our team was so excited to return to churches and begin photographing congregations again.
Unfortunately, however, as the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve, we have determined that it’s in the best interest of our business and our teams to put all Lifetouch Church Photography programs on hold for the time being.
I apologize, but this means that we will have to postpone your photography program.
We’re not sure when we will be able to resume photography programs – but photographing your congregation is really important to us.
When our staff returns to work and we reopen our church photography programs, we’ll be in touch with you directly to get your church back on our schedule – and the photography program back on your church’s schedule – as quickly as possible.
Stay safe and Be well.
Lifetouch Pictures-Postponed September 30th, 2020Amber Sapp
Linton First Christian Church has resumed in-person Sunday services. We have added new procedures to ensure that everyone is staying safe and healthy. We ask that everyone review these new procedures if you plan on attending services. You can the new procedures and protocols below.
We will have a new list of protocols and procedures to follow and we also ask all attendees to complete a self-assessment to determine if you or anyone in your family has suffered from or been exposed to any symptoms of COVID-19. You will find links to both of these documents below.
We encourage all high risk individuals to continue worshipping at home with our online service. In addition to Facebook Live and YouTube, audio from our Sunday service will be available on a call-in line so you can listen on your telephone. Please view the resources below to determine if you or a loved one is considered high risk for COVID-19.
People with any of the listed conditions are encouraged to stay home by the CDC. That recommendation is likely to continue until a vaccine is available. The reason for this recommendation is simple: the medical outcome for “High Risk” people who contract Covid-19 is not good. In Indiana, 89% of the deaths from Covid-19 are in persons over 60. If you are over 65 and have any of the listed conditions, either stay home or call your doctor and discuss your prospects of continued good health.
Linton First Christian Church will reopen on Sunday, May 10th. Please view the announcement and note from Lead Pastor, Archie Ellett, below. We encourage you to review some resources that we’ve put together to go along with the announcement on this page. We look forward to worshipping with you online and in-person on Sunday!
In light of Governor Holcomb’s announcement last week on reopening churches we wanted to share with you a decision that our Church leadership has made.
On Sunday May 10th, we are going to reopen our doors. Our service will be at the usual time, 10am. We want to do this in the most responsible way possible and as part of that we will do the following to meet OR exceed all recommendations from our governor.
We will screen everyone who comes in the doors. We will do a non-contact temperature check as well as ask a series of questions (Screening questions are attached on the ‘Covid-19 First point of Contact Screening PDF, please help us out by prescreening yourself BEFORE you come to the church). If you have any Covid-19 symptoms… fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of smell, loss of taste OR have recently been in contact with someone with Covid-19, we ask that you stay at home and worship with us online.
On this first Sunday, and for several Sundays, we will have everyone together. No kids areas will be opened (that includes nursery)
We will keep physical distancing requirements. We will use every other row of chairs and we are asking family units to sit together and keep 3 seat minimum between family units.
On dismissal we are asking that you ensure distancing and not all leave at once.
We will ONLY use the doors into the lobby of the newer part of the building. We are going to keep the older part of the building closed off to limit the amount of sanitizing needed.
The hospitality area will be closed, so we will not be providing snacks, coffee, or tea.
We will not be handing out bulletins so if you take notes on those, you will need to bring your own paper… and Bibles too.
We are asking that you wear a mask for the comfort and protection of each other.
If you are at risk (have small children, are over 65, have a compromised immune system, OR you are in frequent contact with at risk people) we are asking that you stay home and worship with us online. (Please see the ‘Are you High Risk’ PDF if you have questions)
These are just a few of the protocols we are implementing to keep you as safe as we can. Please review the ‘Return to Service Protocol and Procedures’ PDF that we are asking you to look at and help us implement so we can all do our part in opening as safely as possible.
Know that we didn’t reach this decision lightly. We’ve spent time in prayer and much discussion. We know that there may be some mixed feelings about returning to the building… so we are also praying for unity.
Psalm 133.1 NIV says: 1 How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!
We are asking for unity between the churches and between our church family. Please treat each other with respect and love…. AND know that…Just because we are opening that doesn’t mean we have more faith than other churches that are keeping their doors closed… AND it doesn’t mean we don’t care about your health as much as other churches who remain closed.
At the end of the day, every church has to do what is right for them. Also, individually… you have to do what is right for you on coming to church OR not.
If you choose to come to the building, that doesn’t mean you are a better Christian than people who choose to stay at home. If you choose to stay at home, that doesn’t mean you care more about other’s health than those who choose to come to the building.
This isn’t the time to be critical about the decisions of churches OR individuals…It’s the time to be unified in reaching out to a hurting and questioning world with the Love of Jesus. SO… let’s NOT pressure people to come if they aren’t 100% comfortable.
Let’s NOT isolate those who need/want to worship online. AND let’s NOT condemn those who come to worship in the physical building. We are still a church family if we are physically present OR virtually present.
So let’s love each other regardless of our individual decisions and be the church! You have been doing an incredible job during this pandemic of being the church outside this building and that MUST continue. Remember the church isn’t about being in these walls… you are the church…you are the hands and feet of Jesus that need to be going and reaching out to the world in love.
I believe that God is using this pandemic to move in incredible ways… let’s not do anything to interrupt that…
We will continue to have a strong online presence
We will keep: Loving God, Loving People, and Sharing Jesus.
Keep checking on each other…
Keep inviting someone to come here to church OR to participate with you online.
On Thursday, April 23rd, LFCC Youth Minister, Tyler Hodson, sat down with staff counselor, Dr. Keith Gaddis, for a conversation about how we can live and grow in God’s amazing love even in the darkness and anxiety. Dr. Gaddis will be sharing his thoughts, and a couple tools in his belt for us to continue to keep our mind sharp and our Spirit fed.
We hope you enjoy the discussion! We plan to bring more videos like this to you in the future!
A Conversation with Tyler and Dr. Gaddis May 7th, 2020Jared Albright