6102 39th Ave.
Kenosha WI, 53142
Ian is from the Isle of Man (in the British Isles) and became a Christian as a teenager. He worked for 13 years as a lawyer in London, where he was also involved in the leadership of his local church. In 1999, he moved to Kenosha, WI to work for the church and was appointed as an elder in 2005. In 2014 he was set in as an Ephesians 4 Pastor (Shepherd) releasing him to work alongside John and Scott in serving and equipping the churches to care for one another. He enjoys all aspects of helping people to grow in the gifting and calling of God, and he particularly likes working with (and training others to lead) small groups.
Jono Pingitore was born and raised in Kenosha, WI where he surrendered his life to Christ in 1996. He has worked in the construction industry since he was 16 – also completing a carpenter’s apprenticeship program. He worked for a local industrial contractor for 20 years and is now self-employed. Jono is a graduate of the Christian Discipleship Training Program in St. Louis, MO. He has led the youth, played bass on worship teams, and discipled young men. Jono was appointed as an elder in in the Kenosha congregation in 2013. He married Deborah Lalgee, a U.K. native, in 2002. They have four children – Chloe, Edan, William, and Tim.
Tim and his wife, Carol, both raised in Kenosha, WI, were married in 1967 and became Christians during the Charismatic Renewal in the 1970s. They were part of an inter-denominational prayer group out of which Living Light Kenosha, was birthed, and have been involved in the church ever since. Tim became an elder in 1987, and after 20 years as a businessman in the construction industry, began serving the church in a full-time capacity in 1988. Tim & Carol have five married children and 15 grandchildren.
Originally from the southwest of England, Jonathan submitted his life to the Lord at a young age and grew up as a part of a family that was radically passionate about God’s Kingdom. In 1998, Jonathan moved to the U.S., where he met and married Teresa Pingitore, a native of Kenosha, WI. Jonathan was appointed as an elder in the Living Light Kenosha congregation in 2010. Jonathan carries out his eldership responsibilities while continuing as a successful businessman in the recruitment consulting industry. He and Teresa have three children: Reese, Evan, and Annabelle.
Our homegroups are small groups, ranging in size from 10 to 20 people, that meet once a week in the evening. In the informal atmosphere of the home, we can talk about what God is teaching us (individually and corporately), study the Bible, pray together, worship God in song, support and encourage one another, help with practical needs . . . the list goes on!
The Vision and Commitment Course (V&C) is a 20-week class that explores what Living Light Christian Church believes (our vision) and how we outwork what we believe together (our commitment to the vision). Though particularly for those who are thinking of joining us as a congregation, the course is open to anyone. Whether you are a new believer in Christ, have known the Lord for many years or are simply searching for truth, we know that what’s presented in this course has all the potential to transform your life radically to the glory of God.
The Relentless Youth Group meets weekly on Sunday evenings from 6:00-8:00pm at the Living Light Kenosha building (6102 39th Ave). These weekly gatherings often include games, worship, teachings, and small groups, and are open to anyone ages 11-18.
Living Light Kenosha regularly hosts a church-wide hospitality lunch (usually on the first Sunday of every month). These lunches help to give everyone the opportunity to connect and build friendships. All are welcome! Check the calendar for upcoming dates.
During the first week of every month, we gather as a whole church to reach to God together in prayer for things such as individual needs, the life of the church, our local community, and the world. Check out calendar to find out when the next all-church payer meeting takes place.
As part of our outreach into the community, we are currently holding meetings one Sunday a month at Edward Baine School of Language Arts (EBSOLA), inviting those living in the local neighborhood to join us for a time of worship and teaching. Typically we offer a free breakfast or lunch for those attending. A Spanish translation is available upon request.
As part of our commitment to serving in our city, we are engaged in many volunteer initiatives, including helping and mentoring in local schools, partnering with charities and government agencies, and serving food on the streets on Sunday mornings. Contact us if you would like more information about getting involved.