Lady Lake Church of God

Merry Christmas!
Rev Larry Lynn | Senior Pastor 

"Preaching the Full Gospel of Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit"

216 Oak Hill Rd, Lady Lake, Florida, FL 32159-4648
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Sunday School 9:45 am   
(Classes for all ages)                   
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 am
Sunday Evening Prayer 5:00 pm  
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm                           
Family Training Hour- Wed 7:00 pm
(Classes for all ages)
Choir Practice 8:00 pm
Office Hours: Wednesday 9:00am - 12:00pm
Men & Women Discipleship*
  • The Men & Women's Discipleship consists of all Men & Women of the church and meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 9:00 for a Prayer Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall. 
  • The Men’s Discipleship are responsible for Building and Grounds Maintenance. The Women’s Discipleship raise funds for the needs of the Church and Missions.  

*Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend!
Senior and Young Adults
  • Under the leadership of Ed and Mary Green, our Seniors meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 10:30 a.m. in the Life Center for a devotion, food, fun and fellowship.
  • Young Adults (THRIVE) - The group consists of Young Adults from ages 20-40 who meet for Sunday School and Wed Nights for Bible Study. Wilma Chess, assisted by Tim Thomas heads this group up. They also enjoy group activities and hanging out together. 
Senior Pastor Larry 
& First Lady Susan Lynn  
We are an unapologetically Pentecostal Church. Though storms come in a literal and spiritual sense, our Hope is built on the Solid Rock, Jesus Christ our Lord. Though foundations all around us are falling and things thought solid are crumbling... Nevertheless the Foundation of God stands sure! He is the Almighty, Everlasting God that changes never. 

Associate Pastor Judy & Herman Wallace
"We believed the Scriptures, we believe that is God's plan to save and is in God's heart to reach as many as possible with the glorious message of the Gospel of Jesus!  You are more than welcome to join us. Come today and be saved, worship with us, growth in your faith and enjoy the love and communion of the believers in Christ!"
"We enjoy reenacting the Bible in a fun way so kids will understand the beautiful Bible principles in a relevant way to them. I love working with children and it's all about the word in a fun way for kids".


For over 125 years the Church of God has been a distinctive movement focused upon communicating the gospel in the power of the Holy Spirit. Presently, the Church of God has a world-wide membership of over 7 million with a presence in nearly 180 countries. GO ye therefore, and teach all Nations, Baptizing them in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. Matthew 28:19

A call to keep the Faith!

Lady Lake church that rebuilt after tornado planning large multipurpose building
Nov 10, 2014 6:11pm

LADY LAKE — Lady Lake Church of God was decimated by tornadoes that struck the area in February 2007, but the congregation regrouped and two years later dedicated a new modern $2.1 million sanctuary off U.S. Highway 27-441.Now, the church, which became a symbol of perseverance in the wake of the killer storm that took 21 lives in the Lady Lake and Lake Mack areas of the county, is moving ahead with plans to build a 5,000-square-foot multipurpose building as part of a major site plan the Town Council approved several months after the tragedy.The multipurpose building, one of several planned on the nearly eight-acre site, will be located adjacent to the church on Oak Hill Road and will serve church members as well as area residents, the Rev. Larry Lynn said.The building's final price has yet to be determined because details are still being nailed down, but a church member has offered to pay for half the construction costs, he said."It'll be used for all kinds of activities, from senior adults to preschoolers," said Lynn, who has led the church for 17 years.

 "We're planning on hosting some community events as well..."As soon as we get a permit to build, we'll begin construction," Lynn said.The church received an outpouring of support in the aftermath of the destruction. Then-Gov. Charlie Crist, who last week lost his bid to become governor again, attended an outdoor Sunday service days after the catastrophe. He returned six months later to the church site, where he signed a tax relief bill for homeowners who sustained damage during twisters...."

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Lady Lake church destroyed by tornadoes reopens
February 1, 2009|By Christine Show, Sentinel Staff Writer

It's been a grueling recovery for the communities whose lives and homes were torn apart when devastating tornadoes barreled through Lake County, killing 21 people.But today, on the eve of the two-year anniversary of the tragedy, the Lady Lake Church of God that was destroyed by the deadly twisters will serve as a symbol of resurgence. The congregation will hold a homecoming ceremony at 10:45 a.m. at the rebuilt church.

"Our coming home is a final part of closure for us," said the Rev. Larry Lynn, the church's pastor. "It's been one long day, and finally we get to rest at the end of that day." The church -- which had held services at a car dealership in Fruitland Park since the Feb. 2, 2007, storm -- attracted worldwide attention after the tornadoes slashed through parts of the county.They wreaked havoc on Lady Lake, where eight people died, and Lake Mack, the site of 13 deaths. "We were blown off the map," Lynn said. 'We got it behind us' But he and others affected by the tornadoes are focused on the future.

"We got it behind us," he said. "We're done with it, and we're here." The church has invited hundreds of people to today's ceremony. Gov. Charlie Crist is expected to give a video message to those in attendance.
Lynn said he is looking forward to preaching in the new sanctuary. "If it wasn't for the community's help and the help around the world, we couldn't have done it," he said.

On Monday's anniversary, Lynn is scheduled to give the invocation at a Lady Lake Town Commission meeting. There will be a moment of silence to remember the lives lost..."
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