Long Island Community Fellowship Welcomes You!
When you visit LICF for the first time you will notice the unique bond the people have with one another. There can be no other word that describes the connection except FAMILY!.
Long Island Community Fellowship is made up of youth and adults, singles and couples, members of the GLBT community and the Allies that love and support us. Whoever you are and wherever you are on life's journey, you will find LICF a place to call home. Long Island Community Fellowship is a great place to visit and share and a better place to stay and belong!
Long Island Community Fellowship News
Join us on the third Friday of every month for Movie Night. An opportunity to relax and watch a good movie with friends and family. On September 18th at 7:00pm we will be showing “Do You Believe?” $5.00 suggested donation A dozen different souls-all moving in different...[Read More...]
LICF would like to send traveling mercies to Jessy and Caroline as they embark on a new chapter of their lives with a move to Florida. On Saturday June 6th we all gathered together at Deacon Eva’s home to give our farewell messages to two of our dearest LICF members. There were a lot of tears and...[Read More...]
Beloveds, With regard to the present social atmosphere in America, deriving from much misunderstanding, hatred and violence in our country, I am daring to say that “HOPE” is one of those spiritual words that tend to render me mute. And certainly this is not a sentiment that anyone in leadership...[Read More...]
LICF will be accepting donations of school backpacks and school supplies for their “Backpacks to School” campaign to help our youth as well as the youth of our Food Pantry recipients. Backpacks and school supplies will be collected throughout the month of August and the last day will be...[Read More...]
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10:00 am Worship Service
11:30 am Fellowship
12:00 pm Loaves & Fishes (Sunday Lunch)
January 21, 2015
Rabia A. Aziz holds a Bachelors of Science in History and Political Science and a minor in Education from Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio. A recipient of an Ohio State University Graduate Scholarship she received her Masters of Arts degree in American History with a concentration in Slavery and the New South. It is during […]