LCC is now in a time of transition as we begin the process of calling a new pastor. It can be an exciting time in the life of our church; however it can also be a time that requires great patience and trust. The Assistant to the Bishop, Pastor Rob Carlson has challenged LCC to pray together for guidance in this time of transition and discernment. Please consider ways to rise to this challenge and pray for LCC
On this page you will find resources that can clarify the call process. Your Council is also resource. They can collectively be reached by email at We know good things are ahead for LCC. We give thanks for all you who make LCC the community we call home.  Please be sure to check back frequently as we will add new information as we move along in ou journey
At our Congregation Update Forum on 8-18-2019, we presented the following status information:
On Sunday, November 24, 2019, the LCC Congregation elected the six-member Call Committee to guide LCC through the search and discernment process to find our next called pastor.  Listed below along with the position responsibilities decided upon at an organizational meeting held shortly thereafter, the Call Committee members held their first working meeting on Tuesday, January 7, 2020:
Denise Higman – Chairperson.
Kristin Lehman – Chaplain.
Chris Dailey – IT Leader.
David Beck – Communications Leader.
David Matthies – To assistant with communications.
Jackson Culbreth – To assist on projects as needed, focusing on youth perspectives.
Sarah Grimmig – To assist with Chaplain duties.
Julie Scanlon – To assist on projects as needed.
The Call Committee will endeavor to keep the congregation well informed of developments as the Call Process proceeds, and the committee members invite congregants to share with them any comments, questions, or concerns that might arise by e-mailing them at   Alternatively, an envelope for any written communications to the Call Committee will be available on an informational white board that will be set up in the Narthex.

Lord God, you have called your servants to ventures of which we cannot see the ending, by paths yet untrodden, through perils unknown. Give us faith to go out with good courage, not knowing where we go, but only that your hand is leading us and your love supporting us; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.