Community Involvment

One of the things we desire as a church is to serve our community. As we worship weekly at Fairfield East Elementary, one of the places we seek to serve is within the school. We do that yearly through our Christmas Store (see below), but also through providing special things for teachers and staff, serving with tutoring or Bible studies. Our seeking the good of the community certainly includes the Township and surrounding areas. We regularly serve by hosting a community Easter egg hunt (with the Township) as well as summer movies in the park. As more ways present themselves as opportunities we hope to serve further. Our desire is for the flourishing of our community and so we will not be a church that sits back and is only concerned about the people that come on Sunday, but we weekly pray for our community and seek ways in which we can serve and demonstrate the love of Christ.

 

Special Events

Community Easter Egg Hunt

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Each year in cooperation with Fairfield Township, Living Hope helps to host the Fairfield Township Community Easter Egg Hunt. Watch for more information on the specific date and time as we get closer and then join us at Fairfield Township Community Park, at the corner of Millikin and Morris Roads near the Administration Building and Fire Headquarters. Children from birth up will be treated to crafts, face-painting, games and an egg hunt divided into age groups. Prizes will be awarded to children who find special Resurrection Eggs during the hunt. 

 

Christmas Store

Partnering with Fairfield East & North Elementary Schools, Fairfield Township, and East Butler YMCA, Living Hope joins in stocking and staffing a Christmas Store held at Fairfield East Elementary. The Christmas Store is a way to help bless our community, as well as restore dignity, while we seek to help break the cycle of poverty. The Christmas Store is one way Living Hope strives to reach into our community with an impact for Christ, providing an opportunity for parents and guardians to shop for gifts for children who might otherwise not have a gift to open on Christmas. This year's Christmas Store is December 15th. Stop by Fairfield East, North, the YMCA, the Township Administrative Building, or the police station to pick up an ornament so you can get a gift to help bless families in our community.