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Helping people grow in Christ through authentic relationships and community!

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Welcome to
Libertyville Covenant Church

Helping people grow in Christ through authentic relationships and community!

Next Steps

Connect with us through worship, small groups, and service. Find your next steps.

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Visit our calendar page to stay up to date on what is happening at LCC!

ImmerseThe Bible Reading Experience – Click here for Information & Blog

COVID Plan of Action: CALM

Our effort to continue to minister during the COVID pandemic is captured in our CALM Plan.  You can click the CALM logo above to read the plan.  CALM seeks to be faithful, cautious, disciplined, and loving to our whole community while ensuring that LCC ministry remains vibrant and fully accessible. Your input has been essential, so please continue to share your own discernment with us at leadership(at)libcov.org.  Below you will find dated updates with the most recent at the top.

COVID-19 Update: Feb. 7

The Return to In-Person Ministry

With the advent of Phase 4 in our Illinois COVID Plan, we will be returning to in-person ministry beginning on Feb. 8.  Phase 4 allows for 50 people to gather, so any groups under 50 can meet in person and on Zoom, including small groups, bible studies, Team meetings, youth groups, children’s ministries, and even outside groups wanting to use our facility.  With our cleaning company in place, our building is being cleaned and disinfected every week, and we are still requiring masks, social distancing, and all reasonable measures to keep our community safe.
This also means that beginning on Feb. 14, we will welcome up to 50 people to join us for in-person worship every Sunday morning.  With 15 people needed to run our services, we will welcome 35 pre-registered guests every week.  To register to attend worship, use the registration form found here or click the image below.  With temperature checks, COVID forms, and mask and distancing requirements in place, we look forward to a safe and exciting return to worshipping together.
For further details about our CALM Plan including the Return to Phase 4, click on the CALM logo above to download a copy.
Additions and Updates to our CALM plan, Nov. 18
Our CALM plan so far has focused on the prevention of COVID cases at LCC as it should.  Our Leadership Team has been working out the next step in our CALM plan which focuses on reporting and responding to positive COVID diagnoses within our congregation (click LCC-C19response for full document).  Paul Hawkinson has put together a 5-minute video explaining this new aspect of our CALM plan: 
  • Click here for the video explanation.
  • Click here for a written copy of the CALM Update
  • Click here for the LCC-C19 response document

June 7, 2020 Update

Our former chair has put together a video that helps us find some context around the CALM plan.  It is linked here.

https://www.loom.com/share/4d60e5dc08ba4f3e8b9af74975e65f94



Updated Materials for Spiritual Growth



Town Hall on the Asian American Experience

Tuesday, March 2, 7:30 pm

Violence against Asian Americans is rising at an alarming rate, yet news articles about this fact are few and far between.  A recent Time article reported that “The NYPD reported that hate crimes motivated by anti-Asian sentiment jumped 1,900% in New York City in 2020.”  Jesus has called us to love one another, to heed the cry of the oppressed, and to pray for one another.  And that’s exactly what we hope to do.

The LCC Racial Righteousness small group and many others from our LCC community joined together for a special evening with Dr. Boaz Johnson, Dr. Russell Jeung, and Pastor Mary Chung March.  This Town Hall style Zoom gathering focused on the recent increase in violence against the Asian American community, including our own Covenant family.

We hope to have a video recording of the presentation available soon and will post it here.  Please pray with us for our Asian American sisters and brothers.


Spring Immerse Groups 

We have kicked off our Immerse reading program which will run from February 1st through May 22nd (16 weeks).  During this time, we will commit to reading the entire first five books of the Bible – Genesis through Deuteronomy – together. There are 5 days (Monday-Friday) of readings (about 4 pages or 10-15 minutes a day of reading time) to be completed at your pace.

5-11 people or a family could meet weekly to discuss what was read. These meetings are less like a Bible study but more like a “book club.”

Three formats of Immerse:

  1. Hard copy: A family guide is available here to use at home for parents, grandparents, or guardians to use with younger children. Click here for a sixteen-week reading plan.
  2. Free MP3 audio: Click here (once on Immerse website-click “view 16-week audio button)
  3. E-book: Purchase through the vendors below:

How Can I Participate In A Group?

  1. Join an existing group
  2. Form Your Own “Immerse” Group | If you presently do not belong to any group feel free to start your own group! Gather a group of about five-seven people—friends, neighbors, acquaintances, or colleagues. You can meet at your home, at a coffee shop, over lunch, whenever works for you. You don’t need to know everything to host a group; Immerse has a host guide here

Please email Zachs your questions, zzgaiya@tiu.edu, or call\text 978-335-7140 or the church office.

Immerse Blog

Here you will find writings on the small group Bible reading (Immerse).  This blog may help you dig deeper into the Immerse readings for that week. Click here to see the blog posts.

We also are looking for blog writers/recorders.  If you are willing to share your thoughts on a day’s reading, either by writing less than one page or recording less than 5 minutes, please sign up here!

Services

WORSHIP
10:30am in-person and streaming on YouTube

LCC Virtual Coffee Hour (BYOC)
11:45am in the LCC Private Zoom Room

Libertyville Covenant Church 250 South St. Mary’s Road Libertyville, IL 60048

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