Presentation on theme: "Limestone County Churches Involved, Inc.. L.C.C.I. Mission To mobilize the Churches of Limestone County to transform lives and communities in the Name."— Presentation transcript:
Limestone County Churches Involved, Inc.
L.C.C.I. Mission To mobilize the Churches of Limestone County to transform lives and communities in the Name of Jesus Christ through providing a prayerful and organized approach to meeting the physical needs of individuals within our community.
L.C.C.I. Serves Families in Need in Limestone Community Emergency Food General Assistance
$219,000 + Value of food provided in 2012
$80,000 + General Assistance provided in 2012
150 + Number of people volunteering with LCCI in 2012
38 Number of LCCI Member Churches
How L.C.C.I. is Structured 40 Member Churches (Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian, Christian, Assembly of God, Seventh Day Adventist, Episcopal, Church of Christ and Catholic) Each Church designates a monthly offering to be used for Urgent Assistance. Participating Churches provide food items and/or offerings Each Church designates a representative to serve on the L.C.C.I. Board. Volunteers from member Churches are welcome and encouraged to donate time. L.C.C.I. is advised by ALMA (Athens Limestone Ministerial Alliance)
LCCI Member Churches Belle Mina UMC Blackburn Baptist Capshaw Baptist Central CoC Clements Baptist Copeland Presbyterian Elkmont Baptist Elkmont First Baptist Elkmont UMC Emmanuel Baptist First Baptist, Athens First Christian, Athens First Presbyterian, Athens First UMC, Athens Friendship UMC Grove Baptist Isom’s Chapel UMC Limestone Baptist Association Lindsay Lane Baptist Midway Baptist New Life Assembly New Life Baptist Parker Chapel UMC Poplar Creek Baptist Riddles Chapel UMC Salem UMC Salem Springs Baptist Sardis Springs Baptist Seven Mile Post Road CoC Seventh Day Adventist St. Paul Catholic St. Timothy Episcopal Tanner First Baptist Tanner UMC The Bridge at Valley Walnut Grove Community West Highland Baptist