Youth & Children Ministries

0-5 Year Olds


During our Sunday Service, we offer childcare in the nursery for age 0-3 years old. 


Children’s Time

Children ages preschool through grade 5 are dismissed to the Fellowship Hall for age appropriate lessons and activities relative to the day’s lectionary bible readings. Children are excused after the Children’s Message and return prior to Communion.

Each week, children, youth and adults are encouraged to come together around Word, song, and Sacrament to hear from God, be nourished by the gifts of grace, and be sent into the week in faith and service.  Children are welcome to be in worship with their parents and participate fully in the service. 

Youth are welcome to provide leadership through various aspects of the service as acolytes, readers/lectors, ushers, assistant ministers or sound/projection assistant


3-10 Year Olds

Vacation Bible School (VBS)
LCC has a long history of hosting over 200 children during a summer Vacation Bible School week!  A time of fun, forming friendships, fellowship and learning, VBS is for preschool 3-year olds through completed 5th graders. 
Summer Camp for Elementary Students

Each summer LCC offers the opportunity for students in Elementary – High School to attend a summer camp program. 


11-18 Year Olds

The Youth Program

 Middle and high school students at LCC is growing. Youth are welcome and encouraged to be part of all aspects of congregational life together. Weekly youth group, monthly fellowship events, seasonal learning events, summer camps and mission trips and more are additional ways LCC seeks to connect youth with each other and  those around them and deepen their relationship with God.

The opportunity to be part of the confirmation program here at LCC occurs at the age when young people are in a time of discovery in their lives. Time spent in confirmation classes are intended to provide the time to explore their faith and how it relates to the world around them, the church and their personal lives. During this time they are also part of an intentional faith community of peers and adults that are there to help support, challenge and shepherd them throughout their journey.