What To Expect


Sunday - 10:30AM Worship Service | or join in here via live stream

We Look Forward To Meeting You!

Welcome to Life Lift Church. We’ve put together some information here that anticipates and tries to briefly answer some of the questions you may have prior to visiting our church for the first time:


It's important to us that you feel welcome when visiting. We hope our atmosphere will help you feel relaxed and comfortable. The music and worship are built around Biblical themes that are timeless. We are glad to have you join us in worship! You will be greeted and welcomed.

Family Friendly

No matter your family dynamics, you're welcome at Life Lift Church and we're excited for you to consider being a part of our church family! Our intent is to serve the whole family. During our praise time, we all join together in the main auditorium. If you have rambunctious kids, praise God for their energy and bring them on in. We understand!  After our praise time, children 12 years old and younger are welcomed to go to Children's Church so that they can learn about God, the Bible and life in a fun way by caring ministers. Don't tell anyone that I said it this way, but this means that you get a break for a bit to relax and soak up a lesson. The lesson will inform, bless and offer practical application for life. God's word will always give you a "lift".


From the pulpit you will hear sound expository preaching. The focus of each sermon is built around the point of the Biblical text being addressed. Our pastor has been at this for more than 40 years during which he has planted churches, grew churches, and God has shared messages through him that has blessed countless lives.

Biblical Teaching

Here at Life Lift Church, we place a high priority on the preaching and teaching of God's Word. The worship service is a time for us to come together as a community to learn, be encouraged and to be challenged by God's Word. Other opportunities exist beyond the Sunday worship service where members have a chance to grow, fellowship, or otherwise be a part of a Church family that lives out their faith together.