Normally our Sunday Service is held at Reyburn Intermediate School, however due to COVID-19 we are unable to use the facility for our services. We are currently holding services online every Sunday at 10 am right here on lomavistacc.com, and our Facebook, and we are eager to open back up to our regular services sometime in July-August when our new worship center on Shaw and McCall is completed. Below you will find more information on what a visit to our church looks like on a regular Sunday, and we hope to see you online with us this weekend!
In the summer of 1995 a group of 50 adults and 30 kids gathered at Bicentennial Park to discuss the possibility of starting a church in the East Clovis area. The leaders shared a simple vision of a church that would be Christ-centered, relationally-based and community-oriented. Since our inception those three elements have served as a foundation for everything we do.
What to expect
Here's a good overview of what you can expect on a Sunday morning.
Dress Casually and Be Yourself!
“Is there anyone here like me?” If that’s a question you find yourself asking, then the answer is YES. We’re all people who struggle with life’s challenges, and are in deep need of God’s grace.
Use our Teaching Notes!
Take advantage of the teaching notes in your program. This guide will make it easy to follow today’s message.
Your Children Matter To Us!
Trust your children to the care of our dedicated and loving children’s ministry team. Our staff provides experience, commitment, and care for your child.
Keep Your Money!
We don’t expect you to give any money to LVCC during our offering time. LVCC is supported by its regular attenders and members. The service is our gift to you.
Pick up a Free Book!
Simply come up to the Vista Café outside on the patio and we’ll give you a free copy of HOW GOOD IS GOOD ENOUGH by Andy Stanley.
Free coffee on us!
New to LVCC? Fill out our Communication Card and we'll mail you a Kuppa Joy Coffee gift card!!Communication Card
Helping people take the Next Step towards Jesus Christ.
We believe in one God who manifests Himself in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Many people wonder what makes our church different or unique from all the other wonderful churches in our area. The answer is our core values. These values are convictions we hold to be important that describe how we behave, conduct ministry and treat each other. These values don’t make us better, just different.
We have a great team here at Loma Vista. Each person makes us who we are. We'd love to meet you and welcome you to our family.
Construction is well underway! The metal frame is up, parking paved and the outside paneling being installed. The well, landscape, walkways and the rest of the building exterior should be finished by the end of the summer.