We invite you to pray for guidance, talk with your family, and make a commitment to Making Room For More. Together we can help our friends, neighbors, and community find hope, freedom, and healing in God’s love.
BY THE NUMBERS
What does LifePark look like now ... and what will it look like when we Make Room for More. Look at entire project By the Numbers.
The Church at LifePark will host a Church Chat to share more details about Making Room for More. You will have an opportunity to ask questions and share your thoughts. We are the church and these decisions are ours to make collectively.
Sunday, April 15 | 5:00 p.m. | Worship Center
You are invited to attend the next LifePark church conference at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 15. This event will be held in the Worship Center.
The couple has been attending The Church at LifePark for 6-8 months. Both have a history in working in ministry and getting involved with their church community. They are part of the ad hoc branding team and will lead the Foundations Class. Andy said .
Andy and Kellie Hein ( )
The couple is relatively new to LifePark and the Charleston area. They moved here about 1 ½ years ago. They said the church is “welcoming and warm” and the environment makes it easy to get “connected.” We feel like the church is “ministering to .
Carol and Will Labrizzi ( )
“Chad taught me how to live a Christ-centered life,” he said of the church teachings. Rory is originally from Washington, D.C. and moved here a few years ago. He visited LifePark and said, “From the first time I came here, I heard the gospel .
Rory Fitzpatrick ( )
They have been attending LifePark for six years and have described the church as “a big church with a small feel.” Eric and Ellen appeared excited about the church growth and the ability to stay connected (“small feel”) through LifeGroups and Radical Mentoring.