Living Light Kenosha

The first Living Light congregation was established in 1982. We subsequently planted congregations in the neighboring city of Racine and the Village of Pleasant Prairie. In early 2018, the Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie congregations combined. Whether you are new to Living Light or looking for more ways to get connected and involved, we hope you'll find the following information helpful.

Living Light Kenosha
Sundays at 9am and 10:45am (CST)

6102 39th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53142

NOTE: Due to the restrictions in place during the Coronavirus pandemic, we have put in place special precautions we will take to ensure everyone can meet together in the safest way possible. Please ask the welcomers any questions you may have upon arrival.

What to expect when you visit.

We currently are meeting on Sundays at 9am and 10:45am at the LLCC Kenosha building: 6102 39th Ave.

We have significantly reduced the number of seats in our main room, and have increased the spacing between rows. We will also be asking people to be mindful of social distancing advice by leaving seats empty between family/household groups.

We will be keeping count of those entering the room, and will only allow a number that permits appropriate distancing—which will obviously be less than the actual number of seats. Once we have reached that number, we will be asking people to go down to the lower lever, where the worship and teaching times will be linked live to a TV screen.

We anticipate starting with some administrative announcements, followed by a worship time of around 30 minutes, some more brief announcements, then a teaching lasting around 30 minutes.

Teachings

As part of our commitment to nurturing believers, we want to take every opportunity to equip people, through the Word of God, with everything they need to grow in their relationship with God. Catch up on the latest teachings or browse all Kenosha messages.

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Kids

Children stay with their parents for our time of worship. We currently offer kids classes during the teaching time for nursery through 5th grade during the first service (9am) only.

Kenosha Office

6102 39th Avenue Kenosha, WI 53142, USA

262-652-5212

Church life

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Homegroups

Our homegroups, which meet once a week, are designed to build community in the life of the church through small group gatherings.

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Men's & Women's Events

We have events for men and women throughout the year, giving an opportunity to connect and build friendship with one another.
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Mom's Group

Our moms' group meets monthly to explore biblical and practical wisdom and receive encouragement and inspiration during this season of life.
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Young Adults

The young adults group is designed to help connect people of similar stage in life through fun and purposeful events.
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Relentless Youth

These weekly gatherings often include games, worship, teachings, and small groups. They are open to anyone in 6th to 12th grade (at least 11 years old).

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Moms + Tots

Our Moms & Tots group is a monthly gathering for mothers and their children to fellowship with others and develop new friendships and support.
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Crossroads Kids Club

We partner with Crossroads Kids Club, a national organization, to run a faith-based after school program for elementary-aged children in our community.
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Pro-Life Prayer

The second Sunday of every month we meet to pray for the mission of rescuing the unborn. These meetings include updates on relevant current events, encouraging testimonies, and ideas for ways to engage with this issue.

There are many ways to get involved in the life of the church. If you would like to get involved with any of these groups, fill out a connect card!

Leadership

Most churches refer to their leaders as pastors. While Jesus has given some individuals to the church as pastors (Eph. 4:11)—or to translate the original word properly, shepherds—that is not the term used in the New Testament for local church leaders. Those men were called elders or overseers. We therefore believe the biblical pattern for leadership of the local church is by a plurality of elders under the oversight of apostolic ministry. The men called to this role must outwork pastoral care and exercise biblical authority in the life of the church. Gifting and Christ-like character are necessary for this task.

Elders and Wives

Ian Gerrard

Living Light Kenosha | One Church Ministries

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Kal and Shanon Bergendahl

Living Light Kenosha

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Tim and Carol Pingitore

Living Light Kenosha

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