Life Church, Assembly of God, 417 Wyoming Ave., Creston, is celebrating its name change with a dedication service Sunday. District Superintendent Tom Jacobs will lead the dedication and give a sermon 10:35 a.m. Sunday.
According to the Rev. Karen Norton, pastor, the change was made, so the name of the church fits the community it’s in.
“Life Church explained who we are, doing life together and building relationships,” said Norton.
Some inside improvements have been made to the church, too. One goal of church members is to take care of children well, so the nursery moved to the main floor.
The church partnered with Graphic Displays who made new signage for the building. Chris Franklin with Franklin Tree Service, assisted with this project by helping install one of the signs.
Coffee cafe started September. Coffee cafe is open to anyone in the community and is held 7 to 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in the church’s fellowship hall. Bring a coffee mug and have fellowship with others. Free WiFi available.
“They have so much fun here (during coffee cafe),” said Norton.