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
Holy Week is the last week of Lent, the week immediately preceding Easter During this week we are reminded to reflect upon the meaning of Jesus’ death on the cross Holy Week Schedule Palm Sunday March 29 10:00am: We commemorate the triumphal entrance...[Read More...]
Come join Pastor Gale Jones who will be the keynote speaker at NWPHA event on Thursday March 5th at 6 PM at the H. Lee Dennison Building 100 Veterans Memorial Highway in Hauppauge. The purpose of the 2015 National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS(March 1-8, 2015) is to bring national attention...[Read More...]
Beloved People, March is here and this is great news because, let’s face it, the winter of 2014-15 is certainly one for the records. March is a time of new beginnings that include the first day of spring; the start of longer days and more sunlight than darkness for those of us here in North America;...[Read More...]
Our newest addition to the LICF family has arrived. Caleb Jackson was born on February 17, 2015. Krista and Nadir were overjoyed as well as all the many grandmas, grandpas, aunts and uncles that this tiny miracle is blessed to have to make sure he grows up to be happy and healthy in God’s grace! In...[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 […]