Ephesians 5:19 (NIV) | … Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord
Our worship to God can happen in a variety of ways, one of
which being through music and song. Our
Exaltation Praise Team and Band serve our weekend services through singing and
playing instruments as we all worship God together. The Praise Team vocalists and Band musicians
meet together mid-week and prior to each service to prepare for worship with
the congregation. There is space for a
variety of skills and skill levels as a part of the team.
Our Celebration Choir adds a key element of exciting worship
to our Sunday morning services. This
family of singers joins our Worship Team and Band to open each of our Sunday
morning services and worship God with one collective voice. Men and women alike who enjoy singing are
welcome to join the Celebration Choir.
The greeters are excited to welcome you at the church doors with a smile, hand you a church bulletins and church notes, answer any questions, and provide on campus directions. We hope you feel welcomed and cared for as soon as you walk through the doors of Living Waters.
Our goal is to make and ensure that Living Waters Christian Fellowship is a safe place to worship and fellowship
Background Checks are administrated to all persons who are on the security team and minister to children and youth.
We monitor the entire campus prior to and during all weekend services. This is accomplished by our friendly volunteer staff who are walking the inside and outside of the property and monitoring the security cameras located around and throughout our entire campus.
Your prayer requests are important to us. Click the "Prayer Request" button below, call the church office or email firstname.lastname@example.org to leave your request. Dedicated prayer team members will be emailed so they can be praying for you. You can also fill out a Prayer Request Card in writing when attending a weekend service. The staff reviews and prays over each request every week during our staff meeting. Thank you for allowing us to partner in prayer with you.