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 as we begin our celebration of the Advent Season. The word ‘Advent’ is from the Latin ‘Adventus,’ which means ‘coming.’ Advent is the beginning of a new liturgical year and encompasses the span of time from the fourth Sunday before Christmas, until...[Read More...]
Our Second Annual Holiday Ball will be held at the elegant Stuart Thomas Manor in Farmingdale. A Holiday Extravaganza Celebrating The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Allied Community of Long Island. $90.00 per person 7:00pm...[Read More...]
On Sunday November 17th the annual Transgender Day Of Remembrance(TDOR) was held at Old South Haven Church in Brookhaven. A large contingent from the Long Island Community Fellowship were on hand to add their voice, and help to say NO to the violence, bigotry and hatred. We joined...[Read More...]
On November 15, the Long Island Crisis Center celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Pride for Youth. On this evening, Pride for Youth honored ground breaking awardees. Groundbreaker Awards were presented to those who, through their efforts, have forged a path of dignity and equality and have advocated...[Read More...]
Season’s Greetings Dear Sisters and Brothers in Faith, It’s almost Christmas, a period which is often associated with waiting. In the Christian Church the wait officially begins the first Sunday of Advent (the 4 week period leading up to Christmas, starting...[Read More...]
“Deck the Halls” Tree Trimming Party December 1st- Noon to 2 PM Join us after Sunday Service and bring an ornament that says “you” and add it to our family Christmas tree! We will also enjoy a “Pot Luck” Feast provided by our LICF family and facilitated...[Read More...]
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10:00 am Worship Service
11:30 am Fellowship
12:00 pm Loaves & Fishes (Sunday Lunch)
October 23, 2013
Pete comes from a very loving family which includes his mother Barbara, recently deceased father Peter, his sister Debbie, brother-in-law Tom and two nieces Danielle and Dana. Peter and his husband Glenn will be celebrating their 25th year together on November 19 and we wish them many many more years of happiness to come! Pete […]