WELCOME TO LCCC
We believe in connecting with people, meeting needs and developing potential, so you may step into a life of fulfillment in God, wherever you are from!
We invite you to our Sunday Services and Care cells and hope to be in touch soon.
We look forward to meeting again!
We are preparing to open the Church on the 27th June 2021, details will be coming soon.
We will also be celebrating with brothers and sisters on the 4th July which is our Baptism service.
Please contact us if you have any enquiries about our current weekly Care cells and Sunday Services on Zoom.
In a world of chaos, there is light and hope to be found; you are not alone.
Jesus Christ came to this world to bring the Good news- that there is more to this life;
purpose, peace, joy and love can all be found in Him.
If you would like to know more about Jesus or are looking for support this season, please get in touch with us.
God bless you.
We hope this section will help answer your questions about your visit to the Church and should you have further questions, please contact our Administrator Fay.
This section is divided into 3 parts:
1. Preparing to go to Sunday Church Service
2. Procedure for Sunday Church Services
3. Children & Youth
1.Preparing to go to Sunday Church Service
What if I am in the ‘At Risk’ category?
If you have had an organ transplant, have/had suffered from health conditions, are age 70 and older or are pregnant, then you are in the ‘At risk’ category and are advised to stay at home. Should you decide to attend Church Services, we ask that you please take precaution for yourself in travelling to Church and during your visit.
More information on the ‘At risk’ category can be found:
What if I can’t make it to the Church Service?
Not to worry, we will continue to broadcast our Online Services every week, so you can stay connected with us from home. You will be able to watch the service which is live-streamed or watch the recording later. More details will be out soon about our online Services.
Do I need to register for Church beforehand and whom do I register with?
Yes, if you are planning to go for Church Service that week, please register with our Administrator Fay, no later than the Friday of that week.
Contact Fay: 07824314248
Please specify which Service you will attend and all names of those who will be attending with you, indicating whether they are family members (from same household) or otherwise.
Example Text Message:
ENGLISH SERVICE – Family
Marni W… (Child)
How can I get to Church?
Car – Please drive yourself/your family to Church if you can do so. Car sharing should be avoided as much as possible. If this cannot be avoided, no more than 1 passenger should be in the car other than the driver and please open the window and wear a face mask; both parties.
Public Transport – If you need to use Public transport to church, a face mask must be worn throughout the journey.
Unfortunately the LCCC Minibus will not be in operation until further notice.
Where and When will the Service’s take place?
All three Sunday Service’s will take place at 155 Kirkstall Road at the First Floor Hall.
Please be on time and be aware that you may need to queue 1m apart before entering into the building.
English: 9.30am – 10.30am
Cantonese: 11am – 12pm
Mandarin 1pm – 2pm
What do I need to bring?
Please bring a face mask for yourself and your family members.
LCCC will provide a face mask should you need one and forget to bring one.
Bottle of water, as food and drink will not be provided at any time, before, during or after the Services.
Face masks: Who needs to wear one?
If you do not suffer from any health conditions that prohibit you from wearing a face mask, then you will be required to wear one at all times in the Church grounds.
Children, especially from school age 5 years+ are encouraged to wear a face mask if they are able to.
What if I feel unwell that weekend?
If you have registered to one of the Church Service’s but then feel unwell that weekend, please inform Fay and stay at home and monitor your symptoms.
2. Procedure for Sunday Church Services
What happens when I arrive at the Church Building?
Upon arrival at 155 Kirkstall Road, please enter the building through the back door, into the Utility room.
There, our Stewards will check your temperature, ask you to sanitise your hands and ask for your details if your name is not on the register that day.
Our Stewards will guide you to go straight to the First Floor Hall for the Service. The kitchen and other rooms not in use will be closed.
What can I do during the Service and in the building?
Please help us maintain a clean environment by helping yourself to a chair to sit on during the service. Alcohol wipes will be available for you to clean the chair before and after you use it. Please stack up the chair after use.
Keep a social distance – Do seat yourself leaving a 2 chair-width space from others around you (unless they are your family members), for your and others’ comfort and protection.
Bring your own Bible and notebook, as Bibles and stationary will not be available from the Church for public use until further notice.
Social distance yourself of at least 1 metre at all times during your visit to the Church.
Take note of the rooms where entry is not permitted, for the safety of yourself and others. Should these rooms be accidentally opened by you or others, please let Fay know as it will need to be cleaned accordingly afterwards.
Toilets on Ground Floor and First Floor will be open for use: 1 person (unless with a child) to enter at a time. Some facilities may be blocked or covered up, please refrain from using them.
What can I not do?
Shouting and singing aloud is not permitted within Church grounds. Parents, kindly communicate this with your children and young people as well.
Food consumption or food sharing is prohibited on the church grounds at all times. If you need food for health reasons, please make sure you dispose of rubbish appropriately, thank you.
Can I turn up without registering?
Please try to register with Fay before the Friday of that week, as some Services will be booked up and you may not be able to enter the building if we have reached our maximum capacity of 30people in the Service.
What happens when I leave the Church building?
We appreciate you helping us maintain a clean environment, by disposing of all rubbish appropriately before leaving.
Hand sanitiser will be available for your use before you leave the building.
All visitors are required to leave the building using the Ground Floor Side entrance leading onto the ramp.
3. Children & Youth
Will there be a Children’s program during the Services?
Yes, we aim to provide activities for children for all our Services at the Church.
English 9.30 – 10.30am
All ages from 3yr+ @ Ground Floor Hall
Cantonese 11am – 12pm
3-11yrs @ Ground Floor Hall
Mandarin 1pm – 2pm
3-11yrs (TBC) @ Ground Floor Hall
*TBC – Please check with Fay
Will there be a Youth program during the Services?
For young people aged 12-18yrs our Youth activities are as follows:
English 11am – 12 pm @ Basement Youth Room
Mandarin 1pm – 2pm @ Basement Youth Room
In the attempt to limit the rise of coronavirus cases, we are following Government instruction not to meet at all for the safety of others and to help those working hard in our NHS.
Therefore as of 19/03/20 our Sunday Services are cancelled until further notice.
All other meetings have also been cancelled and our Church workers and Pastors work from home as best they can.
We do wish to stay connected at this turbulent time and ask that Church members continue to do so through social media set up in the individual Care Cells.
Links will be made available to watch weekly sermons from the leadership every Sunday.
We remain available to those of you who may need help at this time and encourage you not to hesitate but get in touch with us.
Our support and prayers are with our members, friends and the nation at this fragile time.
God bless you