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Worship Sunday Mornings: 8:00 a.m.-Traditional Praise, 9:30 a.m.- Education Hour, 10:45 a.m.-Contemporary Praise
4283 E. 191st St.
Westfield, IN 46062
(Near the corner of 191st & Shady Nook Rd)
If you would like to serve during our worship services, we have a variety of areas where we would love to partner with you! Please contact the following people for more info:
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Sound Board/Power Point, and Nursery
We work to involve everyone and anyone in ministry, even if you are not yet officially a member of Lord of Life. If you or your whole family would like to serve as a Scripture lesson reader, ushering, welcome center greeter, setting up for communion, serving in the nursery, running the sound board, or serving in running the Video Presentations for worship, contact Paul Odenwelder.
The worship team continues to grow as we involve more youth and children in our music ministry, and we want to extend an invitation to any adults who wish to use their God given gifts to honor and praise Him in the many areas of the worship team. We are always looking for readers, usher, greeters and sound technicians and of course musicians and singers. If your gifts include any of these areas and you’re moved to serve please contact Paul O for more info.
Worship Verse of the Month
1 Thessalonians 5:11
Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.
We all know how important it is to feel supported and encouraged by those around us. Whether it's from our spouse, our family members, or our friends; we all long for love and support to give us the assurance that we are living our lives in a worth while way. The very same applies to our church family, and our brothers and sisters in the family of Christians. We need to love, support and care for our fellow followers in order to build a community of connected believers - not just a group of people with similar beliefs. The first step in this encouragement has to be our presence. We cannot remove ourselves from the company of our family and still hope be a source of strength in their walk. We need to be connected to one another - in worship, in fellowship, in growth, and in service. Then, and only then, can we call ourselves a church family. My prayer for our congregation is that we see the importance of being a connected family, not just a group of like minded individuals.
That's what our Father wants from His family!
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