Long Island Community Fellowship is proud to participate with Healing Communities USA in our continuing effort to inspire the LICF family to take a pro-active involvement in events and programs concerning Equality and Justice. Healing Communities was founded in 2006 in response to the devastating effect, mass incarcerations were having among urban families and communities in cities across the country....[Read more...]
Long Island Community Fellowship Social Justice Ministry seeks to take an active role in the value of Christian equality by informing, motivating and inspiring the LICF family to take a pro-active involvement in events and programs concerning Equality and Justice.
Long Island Community does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status or sexual orientation in any of its activities or operations.
Long Island Community Fellowship continues to grow and become more of a pivotal force in the community as it spreads its message of God’s love for all humanity, our need to build a stronger community, and our duty to fight for justice.
"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you."
News from Social Justice
The National Week of Prayer for the Healing of HIV/AIDS (NWOP) is a national campaign that focuses on mobilizing faith communities and highlights the contributions and impact congregations are making in areas of HIV prevention, testing, direct service, advocacy, and community engagement. The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. (EOC) has supported this initiative for over 20 years and...[Read more...]
On Monday November 19th the LICF family will join together with the Transgender Community to say NO to violence bigotry and hate and to remember those who were lost to hate crimes in this past year by attending the Long Island Transgender Day of Remembrance(TDOR). TDOR will take place at SUNY...[Read more...]
On Sunday November 19th the LICF family will join together to say NO to violence, bigotry and hate against our Trans Brothers and Sisters! TDOR serves to raise public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people and to publicly mourn and honor the lives of victims of anti-transgender violence. The service consists of speakers, musicians and trans voices in which local transgender people speak...[Read more...]
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The LICF Women’s Ministry will be selling Long Island Community Fellowship Breast Cancer Awareness t-shirts for $15 each. On Sunday October 15th at 1 PM LICF will hold a Women’s Wellness Sunday. This “Women’s Wellness Day” is the launch of a quarterly effort by the women’s ministry of LICF to bring awareness and...[Read more...]
Join LICF as we march in Sayville! The walk organizers state that “LGBTQA+ Individuals are disregarded constantly so much so that we are being taken out of the next census. We feel it is vital to have an event where we can stand in unity and proudly show our inter-sectional, interfaith, inter-generational, and diverse vibrant selves to local communities all around us. Our visibility walk is about...[Read more...]
As part of our Social Justice Ministry LICF has opened up our home to this amazing group and the wonderful work they do…. Transgender Family Support Group – Beginning Friday, March 10th, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Where: The Long Island Community Fellowship 411A Lexington Ave, West Babylon NY 11704 This group is for parents, children, siblings, friends and allies who care about someone...[Read more...]
On Saturday November 19th, the LICF family will join together with the Transgender Community to say NO to violence, bigotry and hate. We unite to remember those who were lost to hate crimes in this past year by attending the [Read more...]
On Saturday November 5th at 11 AM Long Island Community Fellowship will be hosting a Prayer Breakfast for the opening of Transgender Awareness Month. The event will take place at Long Island Community Fellowship. “Dear Lord, in this day and age, we not only need support from our family and friends but also from our political leaders to protect us as individuals and as a community,...[Read more...]