Join us after Sunday Service on December 6, 2015 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 by our Loaves and Fishes TeamRead More →
Long Island Community Fellowship celebrates the moments that we spend together strengthening our family bonds. We believe that community and family are built on the foundation that we spend time together praying as well as engaging in other social activities. The scripture states that the joy of the Lord is our strength and we pride ourselves on having joyful times together, both in a church setting, as well as socially. God wants and encourages us to have a good time while building healthy, life changing friendships.
We delight in doing things together as a family because it encourages individual growth and fulfillment. Our family atmosphere provides lifetime friendships, a feeling of belongingness, social interaction, a support system and involvement in our community. Our social outings give us a chance to bond with one another by having “good old clean fun”.
LICF gets together for events such as: Dinner and a movie, Game night, Apple picking tours, Birthday parties, BBQs, Dances, Picnics, Camping, sightseeing in NYC and much more.
Memories with our church family are something we cherish. We would love for you to join our family fun and help us create many more memories.
Hebrews 10:24-25 24 And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, 25 not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.
Our Social Gatherings
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 a lot of laughs!! We will miss you gals immensely! “In...[Read more...]
On Sunday April 12th the Long Island Community Fellowship will co-sponsor the Long Island Gay and Lesbian Film Festival April “OUT at the Movies” screening of “The New Black”. The screening is at 7 PM at the Cinema Arts Centre (423 Deer Park Avenue) in Huntington. “[Read more...]
On Sunday December 21 We had a very special Christmas celebration for all the church children and for the children of families in need. The kids were all invited to share in Holiday movies, Arts and Crafts in which they made Santa hats and ornaments and finally they were treated with a special guest appearance from Santa who brought toys for each one of them. The toys were donated by church...[Read more...]
Come join the LICF Family at our annual Halloween Dinner Dance on Saturday October 25th from 8:00PM until the Witching hour (midnight). The Dinner Dance will be held at the Sayville Republican Club and includes dancing, a delicious hot buffet, coffee and dessert. Soft Drinks and Juices will be available for sale and you are welcome to bring your own “Hard Drinks” There will...[Read more...]
BY POPULAR DEMAND! A staged reading of Eddie Finan’s new play, “PARA NORMAL,” featuring Deen Williams, Mykie Starr, Bill McCarthy, and Charles DeFranco. (Eddie will also be appearing in the play! The synopsis…. PARA NORMAL tells the story of two friends, Joel Lange and Brendan Fitzpatrick, both of whom are at the crossroads in their professional and personal...[Read more...]
LICF will be setting sail once again this summer. The LICF Sunset Cruise will be held on Saturday August 23rd on the Moon Chaser Boat out of Captree State Park in Babylon. Come sail away for a night of fun with the LICF family. There will be a hot buffet with beer, wine and soda included. The boat boards at 7:45PM, departing at 8PM and returning at midnight. The cost is $50 per person. Please send...[Read more...]
On Saturday, January 25th at the Historical Thatched Cottage in Centerport from 7PM to Midnight, the annual Outlook Awards will be held. This event celebrates the individuals, groups, and businesses that have made the most significant contributions for the betterment of Long Island’s GLBT community during the past year. This year Deacon Eva Sanchez will be receiving a special...[Read more...]
Join LICF on Saturday November 30th for the annual New York City Outing to visit the Decorated Store Windows of Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Barney’s NY and Bloomingdale’s with a stop at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. For more information please contact the Rectory (631) 647-8701Read More →
On Friday, November 15, the Long Island Crisis Center celebrates the 20th Anniversary of Pride for Youth a service and an advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth. Their mission is to enhance the health, wellness and cultural competency of LGBT young people through supportive services, education and youth development. As...[Read more...]