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Love Community Church had its first service on Labor Day weekend in September, 2005 with founding Pastor Donna T. Lucas. Our first worship service was held beside the swimming pool at the home of Pat and Cecil Gibson.  After that Sunday, we began meeting under a tent for several weeks and it almost felt like we were having a camp meeting every Sunday.  As we saw the fall and winter approaching we knew we would need to move indoors so our members, June and Betty Gibson, graciously allowed us to meet in their chicken house (renovated and no chickens of course!) and we shared that space with Woodstock Furniture Outlet. We had a wonderful Christmas in that chicken house!  It was like Christmas in a stable! But it was getting cold without heat so our journey took us to begin meeting at the North Metro Technical College.  We stayed at the college for nearly a year, when our present location became available to us and we moved to the old Cherokee County Sheriff's Department building at the corner of Hwy 92 and Bells Ferry Road in Acworth in the Cherokee Corners Shopping Center. With the exception of a short few months that we were at the Fred Furtah School for a while, we have been in our present building every since.  Our present building allows us to have use of the building seven days a week and it is functionable for all of our present programs.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT...
 

OUR WORSHIP....

    Current Worship and Praise Music
    Blend of Traditional Hymns as well
    Messages That Are Relevant
    A Little of Something For Everybody!

Love Community Church has an active ministry in missions. 

We actively support our soldiers who are on the battlefield overseas with gift and care packages. 
We have an activity program once a month for special needs adults. 
We support our local nursing homes with gifts and visits. 
We give out FREE food and clothing to the needy in our community once a month.
We feed the homeless in Marietta quarterly. 
We support various missionaries.
We support our denominational mission inititiatives. 
We go on mission trips out of the country.
We support our local crisis pregnancy center that offers hope to unwed mothers. 
We support MUST ministries.

When we started Love Community Church, we said that we would be a church build on three principles:

    Discipleship - we must know the Word of God; therefore the Word must be taught
    Missions - we set aside the first 10% of all of our offerings to be used for missions
    Caring - we want to be a church that cares for each other and it's members

Come and be our guest and give us a try this Sunday at 10am!

Love Community Church