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LFCC Church History

1985
Living Faith Christian Center (LFCC) was started in July of 1985 at the home of Pastors Lamont and Constance McLean in Erial, New Jersey. Ten people attend the first service.

1986
LFCC moves its services to Evergreen Avenue Elementary School in Woodbury, New Jersey. Services remain here for eleven months and membership grows to 25 people.

1987
The ministry moves its services into a converted house in Woodbury, New Jersey where it meets for one year.

1988
LFCC conducts its services at a local Seventh Day Adventist church. LFCC fellowships in this building for three years and experiences growth from 35 to 150 members.

1991
The Lord opens a door for LFCC to move into a 9,000 square foot corporate office center in Voorhees, New Jersey. Within two years, the church is required to conduct two Sunday services to accommodate its growing congregation that is now at 400 members.

1995
LFCC purchases a 37,000 square-foot, Jewish synagogue in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. The church also begins its Cell Group ministry, a series of bible studies held in members' homes in throughout New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania. The ministry publishes its first issue of Faith Speaks Magazine. By the year-end, the membership grows to 500.

1996
Living Faith Bible College opens. Degrees are presented to its first graduating class in the Spring. More

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