COVID-19 Response 3/19/20

(updated 3/30/20)

In consideration of the public health concerns related to COVID-19, we will be hosting services online only all Sundays in April at 10:30 am.


Worship with your family and close friends from the comfort of your home! This offers an incredible opportunity for us to become ONE church in multiple locations and reach out in ways we never thought possible.


Tune into the live online stream of our gathering from almost anywhere! Watch from your smartphone, tablet, or computer by checking out our Facebook page or YouTube channel. We'll have links available on our homepage as well


Why did we decide to do this?


  1. This isn't an act of fear, but an embrace of the responsibility we have to protect the community we serve.

  2. God has given us the ability to continue to meet together virtually so we'll take full advantage of our technology.

  3. This offers an incredible opportunity to explore new ways of reaching our community and introducing them to Christ.


Is LACC changing any other events or programs?


  • Fusion (grades 6-12) will meet online at 6 pm all Sundays in April at this link:

  • The Lake Aurora WOmen's Retreat has been cancelled

  • The Iron Sharpens Iron men's retreat has been postponed until September


  • Our Easter event - The Balloon Room Egg-spedition - has been postponed, the new date is TBD


  • The First Responders' lunch and Young at Heart meetings for April have been cancelled

  • The "When Helping Hurts" seminar will be rescheduled at a later time.

Groups: Your group leader will contact you to let you know of any changes. Small group meetings are strongly encouraged. If you aren't currently in a group, CLICK HERE and we'll help you get connected.



How can I stay up to date on any new developments or changes LACC might be making?


We are committed to keeping you informed. Here are the ways you can get the latest updates:




What do I do now?

Though there is a lot of uncertainty, fear and anxiety in our world right now, we have the incredible opportunity to show our neighbors that our God is bigger than our circumstances. Be a light in the darkness. Encourage your neighbors, offer to run errands for those that can't get out, or hang out with a friend's child if they have to go to work. This is where we get to put our faith into practice.


Keep trusting in God, and in all things PRAY...

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."    Phil 4:6-7