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"Behold, He comes with the clouds, and every eye will see Him..." - Revelation 1:7

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Selections from the teaching ministry of our preacher, Mark Mason

Vacation Bible School

July 14-17


Always a big part of our summer at LCOC is our annual VBS!


There will be Bible centers for ages 2 through 6th grade on "The Parables of Jesus" with Bible stories, crafts, and snacks.


Our combined teen and adult class for Vacation Bible School this year will be taught by Jay Thornell from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where he serves as a minister of the Grand Strand Church of Christ.

His congregation started Celebrate Recovery 6 years ago and Jay became involved as both a leader and participant in the program designed to help people experience freedom from their hurts, hang-ups and habits. Jay will be sharing what he has learned about himself and how to help others struggling with addictions.


His topic is: ADDICTS ARE PEOPLE TOO!


Sunday night he will be speaking on Addiction and Isolation -

where addicts live.
Monday night: Addiction and Connection - what you can do

Tuesday night: Addiction and Recovery - God's plan for all of us.


Celebrate Recovery is a 12-step, Bible-based, Christ-centered recovery program.


We will offer an attended Nursery.


Our VBS is July 14th through the 17th at 7:00 pm at the Lancaster Church of Christ 1779 Granville Pike.




Walk 4 Water


     Take a moment to count each of the sources of water in your home, in your workplace, in your school.


     Got them all?


     Did you think to include your bathtub? What about the washing machine? The hose bibbs?


      In the United States, we are so blessed to have access to clean water from a plethora of sources- drinking fountains, bathtubs, sink faucets and even hose bibbs. In many developing countries, this precious resource is scarce, so much so that, women and children walk an average of 4 miles to collect water for their family. Not only is this chore keeping the children from attending school, but the dirty water they are bringing home is also killing them at an alarming rate!

On average, 842,000 people die a year from water-related illnesses. More children die every day from dirty water than from malaria, aids, and measles COMBINED.


     This is why thousands of people around the country choose to Walk4Water.


     Walk4Water is a fundraising program within Healing Hands International that helps support its water ministry. Starting in 2007, Walk4Water has hosted events in communities all over the nation at schools, churches, and organizations. The goal is to bring the life-saving gift of clean water to those who need it so desperately. HHI has funded drilling for clean water since 2001 and completed our 1000th well in April 2018. Upon hitting this goal more than 2 million people will have been given access to clean water.


     The Lancaster-area has been involved with the Walk4Water ministry since 2012.


     Together, we have aided in the construction and repairs of several wells throughout Central America.Together, we have walked and raised awareness in our community. Together, we have made a difference.


     We walk so they don't have to.



The walk last Saturday in Lancaster was a great success!  Details coming soon...

getting involved
Thursday school


Classes begin September 12th!



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Classes begin September 10th!



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Service times

Sunday 9 & 10 AM; Wednesday 7 PM

(Small groups throughout the week)