Join us as we celebrate the resurrection of our Savior! Palm Sunday – April 2nd 9:30 am service The Lakeview Choir Easter Cantata “O What a Savior” in the Worship Center. You can also join us for a contemporary Palm Sunday service at 8:00 am in the Chapel. Maundy Thursday – April 6th 6:15 pm […]
As we are redefining the new normal for the church in our post pandemic and turbulent world we are reaching more and more online viewers along with a considerable number of first time viewers each week, proving that the world is hungry for the word of Christ. In the past 12 months we have had […]
2022 was a year that presented many joys and challenges. Many of our dear members passed away, and we were finally able to hold memorial services for those who passed during the pandemic and many more who passed in 2021-22. This is an important ministry for families and friends of those loved ones who are […]
With each new year comes new possibilities and new opportunities, and 2022 didn’t disappoint! This year, Lakeview decided to move forward with bringing on board an Online Minister to engage with and effectively minister to their vast online viewership. In May 2022, after being a member of the Media Arts team for the better part […]
Another whirlwind year in the life of our community! What a joy!! My ministry has focused on new programs in Mission & Outreach led by Lynda Johnson; Stephen Ministry training and supervision; Spiritual Enrichment through Prayer, Bible study and fellowship; and ongoing collaboration with pastors and laity for “Hi, Neighbor” groups. I am delighted to […]
Dear Friends in Faith, It is wonderful to be in our second year of ministry with Lakeview. We have recently created a powerful new vision statement: Christ’s Community in Action with Love for All. God inspired us with these words as we look to our future. We are a community of faithful people belonging to […]
Water on the mountain is always in short supply even today with water from Lake Mary, various wells, and the snow runoff from the San Francisco Peaks, but in the early days of Flagstaff, it was critical.