Sunday, September 13, 2020

8:30 Small Groups
Leader – Beth Caudill
The Ten Commandments: Not Just Rules
Link for small group material: Click Here

9:30 Worship Service
Pastor John Trotter
James: Testing Positive in a Viral Culture: Christian

Musicians: Robin & Drew Piper
Camera Tech: Jim Caudill
EasyWorship: Drew Piper
Sound Tech: Dave Warner
Livestream: Jim Caudill
Website/Social Media: Beth Caudill
Administrator/Easy Worship: Jeanette Trotter
Children’s Pastor: Nathan Rodehaver
Senior Pastor: John Trotter

Sermon Series
James: Testing Positive in a Viral Culture

Children’s Messages & Worship Songs
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Access Archived Sermons & Small Groups
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Prayer Meeting
Mondays from 6:30-7:30 pm
Through September
Meets at the church
Led by Don & Jeanne Schulze

Men’s Bible Study
Saturdays from 8:00-9:00 am
John’s Barber Shop in Dixon
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Ladies’ Bible Study
Every Other Tuesday at 6:00pm
Hosted by Natalie Winebaugh
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Ladies’ Coffee & Conversation
Saturday, Sept 12 & Sept 26 at 9am
Lost Lake’s East Side Park Pavilion
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Jesus Film workers and staff are preparing used Smartphones to send overseas, to help reach people for Christ. Please bring any old Smartphone you would like to donate and give them to Jeanne Schultze.

Fighting Hunger Feeding Wellness
The Well, a partnership with KSB’s, Fighting Hunger Feeding Wellness initiative and Living Well & Lost Lake Churches meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Living Well Church, 116 E. 1st Street, Dixon. Church doors open 4:30pm, prayer at 5:00pm and distribution for carry out continues until 5:30pm.  If you would like to volunteer to help distribute food at The Well, please contact Jim Caudill at 574-248-1919.  Thank you in advance for your service.

September is Alabaster Month
The Alabaster Offering provides funds for property and buildings around the world. While we understand the church consists of the people of God and not a building, buildings erected for the purpose of ministry help provide a sense of permanence, functionally enhance ministry efforts, and convey an attitude that the Church of the Nazarene intends to “put down roots.” Alabaster funds help provide land for many Work & Witness projects, and the entire Alabaster Offering goes toward the purchase of land and construction of churches, schools, medical facilities, and homes for missionaries and national workers. 

How Are Alabaster Offerings Received? The Alabaster Offering gets to the mission field via several avenues. The most widely used is the Alabaster Box. Individuals are challenged to regularly contribute the cost of items they desire but do not need. The boxes also serve as reminders to pray for those people who will benefit from Alabaster buildings.

In September and February, the money is collected. Sometimes a “march offering” is received with individuals carrying their boxes to the front of the church and pouring the money into a large offering container. The way an offering is received is as varied as the world areas in which the Church of the Nazarene has a presence; however, it is always accompanied with a spirit of rejoicing.

Lost Lake Giving Reports
Sept.6  $2,618
Aug.30 $ 940
Aug.23 $2,695
Aug.16 $1,260

To Mail Your Offering:
Lost Lake Community Church of the Nazarene
90 W. Flagg Rd.
Dixon, IL  61021

To Give Online:
Go to
Click Make a Donation
Select General Budget
Fill out the appropriate options


Love God, Love People

Love God with all our heart, soul and mind, offering all our energy, resources, skills and dreams back to Him to be used for His purpose, plan and glory.

Love People through the power of the Holy Spirit sharing life together, creating a community of supportive friendships that pursue new life and unity in Christ Jesus.