11:00a.m. Main Campus Sanctuary   

Please wear a mask upon entering and exiting the building. Chairs will be arranged as to allow for social distancing.  Children will leave at the mid-point of the service to work on their Christmas program.



10:00a.m. Lake Service at Gainesvile Marina  

**BRING YOUR OWN CHAIR**

Families are asked to distance themselves six feet apart in and around the pavilion. Masks are encouraged. 



Watch live on Facebook and Instagram.

Due to the pandemic, all groups and studies are online.

LAST WEEK AT LCC

Main Campus 

November 15, 2020 - David Simpson

Lakeside Worship 

November 8, 2020 - John Simpson, preaching

Locations

Main Campus

2235 Dawsonville Hwy

Gainesville, GA 30506

&

Lakeside Service at Gainesville Marina Pavilion

2145 Dawsonville Hwy

Gainesville, GA 30501

Sunday Services for November

 11:00a.m.  Main Campus - In the Sanctuary

Children will leave before the sermon to have their special lesson in our new children's area.

Please wear mask upon entering & exiting


10:00a.m. Lakeside Worship at Gainesville Marina Pavilion 

Bring your own chair.

Contacts

church office  (770) 534-1422

david.simpson@lanierchristianchurch.com

mike.thompson@lanierchristianchurch. com

jody.terrell@lanierchristianchurch.com

monica.miller@lanierchristianchurch.com


Parking 


Main Campus - An attendant will direct you.  

Lake service - Gainesville Marina - Turn right after the guard shack to enter pavilion area.  Park in space and walk to pavilion.  In case of rain, service will be under the pavilion shelter.


A MESSAGE FROM OUR MINISTER

During this time of fighting an unseen enemy - the viral pandemic - we stand alongside all of you in doing all that we can to prevent further spread of this terrible illness.  We will observe social distancing when we worship by asking family groups/individuals to remain six feet apart and refrain from close contact when speaking to each other. Also we strongly encourage wearing a mask so we do not have to shut down our services during this time. 

 

 Even during this pandemic, our ministry continues through online videos, devotions and interaction with our children and youth through Zoom conferences.  In addition, online Bible Studies are available each Wednesday for Adults and also one just for the Ladies. We have offered aid to our community through Family Promise as well as water and Powerade for our local hospital intensive care workers.  As a Christian, continue to encourage each other through calls, texts and cards.  Check on your neighbors. Pray for our health care workers.  Most importantly, stay faithful in prayer.  We will get through this with the Lord's help. I learned a song as a child that carries me through times like this:  "He's got the whole world in his hands."  Indeed HE does!    

 David Simpson

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