|Ministry/Mission :: Contact
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|Adult Education :: Michael Zumwalt|
|Americana Baskets :: Kay Noble|
We worship with the seniors at the Brookdale Green Mountain assisted living facility down the street from us at 3 PM on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays of the month. If you would like to be on the schedule to participate, lead worship, or just check it out, please contact Travis Roberts.
|Building & Grounds :: Norm Van Heukelem|
|Children & Bridge56 :: Kathy Jones (interim ministry leader)|
|Communion Prep/Server :: Wayne Sherrod|
|Connection Counter :: Steve Curtis|
This umbrella covers our work with not-for-profit agencies helping individuals and/or families in need via mentoring and accountability. Contact Richard Crane for more info on these opportunities and current needs.
|Finances :: Arnie Klemm|
|Financial Peace University :: Kristin Tucker|
A motley crew of post-college-aged folks, Fusion is comprised of single, married, divorced, male, female, alien…well, maybe not alien…but a lot of different kinds of people. We most often hang out after Sunday morning services for lunch and activities, but we’re certainly not limited to that. Given our diverse lives and schedules, we can be rather sporadic with our events and are spread out among numerous Life Groups within the rest of the congregation. For more info, contact Ben…or anyone else. We’re not picky.
|Greeters :: Kay Noble|
Ignite is our “college age” group, focusing more on a transitional stage in life (around 18–23, but we’re not that strict) rather than whether or not someone is actually in college. We’re quite an eclectic bunch that meets throughout the year on Sunday nights at 6:30 PM at Gary & Kristin Tucker’s home for communion, food, fellowship, and study, but many of us are hanging out, studying, and serving throughout the week. If you’d like to join us (or know someone who would), please contact Gary or Kristin for more information.
LCC’s involvement with India began in 1974 with the support of a single indigenous worker in Bhimavaram, a small city on the southeast coast. In the 39 years since then, the work has grown dramatically to include a range of ministries and humanitarian efforts including:
|Kitchen :: Sherry Konkel|
|Library :: JoAnn Wadsworth|
|Life Groups :: Jim Frazier|
A proactive ministry uplifting marriages through coaching and cultivation. Click here for more info.
|Media Team/Sound Booth :: Stacy Smith|
|Men’s Retreats :: Rob Pipkin|
|Missions :: Ben Jones|
MOPS is a grassroots movement that believes moms are world influencers. We also believe that incubating hearts and giving just-because-hugs can change the course of history. That’s why we connect moms all over the world to a community of women, in their own neighborhoods, who meet together to laugh, cry and embrace the journey of motherhood. MOPS groups are rallying women to be more honest, to feel more equipped and to find our identity by journeying along side one another.
MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, and by preschoolers we mean kiddos from birth through kindergarten. We know it’s a little confusing so let’s just stick with “MOPS.” We are moms, and we believe that better moms make a better world.
|Praise Team :: Bobby Blume|
|Samaritan’s Purse :: Gary Tucker|
How Can I participate as a Volunteer?
The Severe Weather Shelter Network has been created through the collaborative efforts of Heading Home to provide emergency, overnight shelter to people experiencing homelessness on the streets of Jefferson County.The Severe Weather Shelter Network shelters are open when it’s 32 degrees Fahrenheit or less with precipitation or when it’s 25 degrees Fahrenheit or less.How Can I Donate?
Please send your check to:
Lakewood Church of Christ
455 S Youngfield Ct
Lakewood, CO 80228
For/Memo: “Severe Weather Shelter at LCC”
What are the volunteer opportunities?
Team Leader: 16 hours +/- monthly (6pm-7:45am)
Overnight Hosts: 13 hours +/- monthly (6pm-7:45am)
Evening Hosts: 4 hours +/- monthly (6pm-10pm)
Bus/Van Drivers: 3 hours +/- weekly (5pm-8pm/6am-9am)
Intake Volunteers: 3 hours +/- (2pm-5pm)
Food Volunteers: (one or more meals per month)
Laundry Volunteers: (once per month)
|Street Friends Bags :: John & Kathy Preskorn|
|Teens :: Briana Patterson|
|Ushers :: Bob Stokes|
|Van Maintenance :: John Preskorn|
Some special opportunities we offer for women to get involved in are as follows:
Steering committee members:
Ladies: WInGS, your Women’s Ministry here at Lakewood, is in need of volunteers! We have several events planned/budgeted for the coming year and are requesting your help in putting it all into action. We need volunteers for our annual Women’s Retreat. If you can be a part of our team, please contact Carolyn Huffman. The committee appreciates all of your support!
Teaching the Word! Reaching the World! Our church family has a group of volunteers sending bible-based correspondence courses in the United States and throughout the world. You are invited to join us every Wednesday at 11:30 AM at the building. All of our students desiring baptism are paired up with a follow up worker in their area. For more information check out worldbibleschool.org.
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