Updated COVID-19 Statement

March 16, 2020

LCC Family,

As we have continued to monitor the happenings with the COVID-19 virus, the Eldership of LCC have decided to suspend all “in building” worship services, programs, and other meetings until we can safely restart.  The health and welfare of our church family is our priority.  In the days and weeks ahead, we will make every effort to keep our LCC community connected, informed, spiritually fed, and loved. Here is some important information for us all moving forward:

*We will live stream a worship service on Facebook at 11:00am on Sunday.  We will involve as few  people as necessary to make the service happen.  These services will not be open to the congregation in general.  Only those involved in the service will be in the building. We encourage you to prepare communion at home.

  Stream can be found at:

*We realize that not everyone is comfortable with this type of technology, if you know of  anyone who might need assistance, please reach out to them to walk them through the process.  We certainly don’t want anyone for feel isolated from the church body.

*We encourage you to remember that phones still work.  Please be sure to check in on each      other on a regular basis.   Especially those who may not be on social media or online.

*Church staff is still available for church needs.  Contact information is:

  Dan Ponchot: Call/Text (513-582-7106)  Email:

  Holly Kern:  Call/Text (513-218-9836)  Email:

*Please take advantage of our secure online giving portal at:

*Member contact information can be found on our website at:

   If you have trouble gaining access, please contact Holly Kern by email and she will try to help.

*If you need to contact an Elder, here is their contact information:

  Gary Landis (  Darren Myers (

  Sonny Baxter (

*We are looking at options for continuing some of our Bible studies online as well as a possible mid-week online word of encouragement and teaching.

Finally, we ask you to spend time in the Word, spend time in prayer, spend some time outside, and take opportunities to stay connected with other.

Remembering that He Is Greater,

The Eldership of LCC