A Letter From Our Pastor

A Letter From Our Pastor

Hello Friend,

My name is Chris and I’m the pastor of Life Fellowship Church. Currently, we are doing everything we can to help couples in our city during these unprecedented times to get married. We are committed to help you in a creative and unconventional way.

Life Fellowship Church understands that because of social distancing mandates, weddings and pre-marital counseling has to look different over the next few weeks and even months. We have decided to use the resources God has given us to create a unique, professional, and meaningful moment for you with no strings attached.

As you prepare for this new season of love and celebration, allow us to help you with the need to gather your family during this important time. We will leverage the same digital technology we use to bring our church together for your special day.

We're here to help.

Chris Lindberg Lead Pastor Life Fellowship Church
 
 

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS.

Step One

Simply fill out the basic form below that lets us know your specific needs.

Let's Get Your Wedding Started

Step Two.

We have a trained team who will take you through the required premarital counseling courses. You're going to love it and grow as a couple.

Step Three.

Our team will schedule your wedding based on our availability and your preference.

Step Four.

Our church will provide a link to the video stream of the service that you can share to those who you wish to attend virtually.

Step Five

The link to the wedding ceremony will be online for you to share and re-watch at anytime.

FAQ

Is it really free?

Completely free. All that's required is that the couple needs to be a member of Life Fellowship or an immediate family member of a member of Life Fellowship. If the couple would like to make a tax-deductible donation to our church of any amount, they can, but are not under any obligation to do so.

How do we become members?

Simply attend our two step Growth Track class that happens online every Sunday at noon. Registration is not required. Get more information on the Growth Track.

How many people can attend in-person?

As of this moment, the mandate for Texas states that no more than 10 people can be gathered for a wedding and that they people stay six feet a part. We would recommend limiting it to as few as possible and encouraging all other family to join the online service.