We believe the Church is not a building or service that only transforms lives on the weekend. We believe WE are the Church – a people who loves God completely and demonstrate His love wherever we go. During this unique time, we believe the church can be the catalyst to bring hope, healing, unity, and love to others.
As the local and global community come together to address the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, Life Center International is seeking to promote health across the community. While information is evolving rapidly, your safety and the safety of your loved ones remain our top priority as we follow the direction of our local, state, and national government officials. In moments like these, we do not partner with fear, but choose to lean into faith and hope, as well as practicing wisdom and safety. We are actively encouraging best health practices and precautions to our whole community. We believe that wisdom, modern medicine, and faith are meant to work together, and express the value for each in the pursuit of on-going health and healing. Because of this, LCI’s facility will remain closed with the suspension of all corporate campus activities until further notice. We will continue to serve you and your family in providing live stream opportunities to worship Christ the King. Our Live Stream gatherings are every Sunday at 10:00am and Wednesday’s at 7:00pm. We continue to remain connected with Mecklenburg County Health and Human Services for recommendations for the residents of Mecklenburg County. Please continue to connect with us through Live Stream as a Corporate Body of Christ. We will continue to update our website with ministry activity changes, and we encourage you to follow LCI on our social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube).
Let us remain prayerful and sensitive to God’s voice during this season. This Too Shall Pass.
Connecting and the need to connect socially is
powerful. At Life Center International
we understand that the diversity of our backgrounds and experiences have more
in common with each other than we may realize. Because connecting is essential, we make it a service to those who
fellowship with us. Who you are and what is important to you really does matter
To serve is critical to the growth of the local
church; God has ordained it to be this way. It causes the body of God to be in harmony, sharing the effort, creating
necessary relationships and growing spiritually all for the benefit of the
kingdom. When you serve it supports the undergirding of the
culture of the kingdom of God as well as facilitate responsible growth. It is the key to the heart of God that all believers