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These are important links to keep you connected.

All services are moved online.

Sundays | 9:00 & 11:00AM
We will stream on Facebook, Youtube and livestream:
Services will also be broadcasting every 2 hours throughout the week.

Join the live stream here:

Midweek Bible Study | 1st and 3rd Thursday's @ 7PM
Will be streamed at and Facebook




 Daily Devotional  
Everyday at 8:30AM
on Facebook, Website
and Lakeshore App



 Live Prayer 
Everyday at 2:30PM
on Facebook 


Download the Lakeshore app for easy access on-the-go to live services, past messages, and so much more! Don't forget to enable notifications so you don't miss anything. 


Lakeshore Kids classes and events are suspended for the time being. We are providing links to Sunday services for Kids and other resources primarily through our Lakeshore Kids Facebook group page. 

Kids Facebook page


All Lakeshore Student services and events are suspended for the time being. We are now providing High School & Middle School students weekly messages online to help them stay connected with their faith.  


With all this massive upheaval, how should we respond? 
First, let’s take this one day at a time. Jesus reminded us not to worry about tomorrow because tomorrow will worry about itself (Matthew 6:34). Let’s just focus on what’s in front of us and not get overwhelmed with more than we should.
Second, be safe. Follow all the CDC guidelines to avoid getting the COVID-19 virus.
Third, let’s invest in people. Despite the hoarding and selfishness around us, let’s use this season as an opportunity to show God’s love to people and live out our faith so that they can see Jesus in us (Matthew 5:16).
Finally, let’s never forget that God is in complete control and He is on the lookout for people who believe that He really is (Luke 18:8). And because God is in control, we don’t have to fear what the future holds because He holds it. It may not (will not?) be easy, but it will be working together for a greater good (Romans 8:28).
Let’s stay close to Jesus and pray that God uses us all (and the entire church in Rochester!) to help more people discover and develop a growing relationship with Him.
If we can help you, please let us know.