First and foremost, our hearts and minds remain focused on the wellbeing of those within our church community, and beyond. For health information and advice on whether to stay at home, please visit NHS 111.
Stay in touch
Whilst we are unable to gather together, we encourage you to keep up to date by visiting the LGCC website and Facebook page. We will also be sending regular emails, so please ensure your contact details are up to date by clicking here (if you are unsure if you are on our database, please email the church office).
There are four important ways to stay connected at this time:
Church Online: Sundays at 11:15am
Every Sunday at 11:15am we will be streaming a service on our website and Facebook Live. This is a great way to come together as family – not physically, but still in unity with one another. We are also creating meaningful and engaging materials for families, which will go live at 9:00am each Sunday.
More so than ever, our midweek Connect Groups are the best place to meet with one another – to share, pray and enjoy the company of like-minded folk. During this time, groups will stay in touch over the telephone and through online meetings, and we’re delighted at the manner in which our CG leaders and members are embracing the challenges of meeting in this new way.
From Thursday 26th March at 8pm we will gather weekly for an online prayer meeting. Each week simply click here to join the meeting.
At various points each week we will share devotional materials to encourage you, using online videos and blogs. Look out for these and be willing to share them as an encouragement to others.