There is nothing like a COMEBACK story, especially when it is yours! Join us on Easter Sunday as we kickoff a new teaching series, and celebrate the ultimate comeback story – the foundation of your comeback!
Join us for our Good Friday instrumental worship on Friday night, April 14, at 6:30 in the Landmark Worship Center. On this night of reflection will center our hearts on the death of Jesus through worship, teaching, and communion.
THIS MEANS WAR! All around us we see the casualties…discouragement, defeat, deception, depression, and death. What we too often don’t see is the WAR! This leaves us blinded and vulnerable to the attacks of the evil one and his angels and demons. In this message series we will expose the unseen war being waged against us and our enemy and his schemes behind these attacks. Most importantly, we will be enlightened to see our all-powerful God, the authority he has given us, and the weapons he has handed us for victory!
The mission of the Landmark Church is to “lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus”.
We hope you see this is more than words to us. This is what we are about as a church.
In order to accomplish this goal, the leaders of the church ask for three weekly attendance commitments from our members:
1) Sunday morning worship assembly
2) Sunday morning Bible Study
3) Involvement in one of Landmark’s small groups.
Studies show if a new member does not get involved in a small group setting, the vast majority will leave a church in less than 5 years. We believe a small group is the place where you build spiritual friendships, find support in tough times and grow spiritually together.
In our small groups booklet you will find a full list of all of Landmark’s groups with a variety of options. We encourage you to visit a few until you find the right fit. You may decide to be a part of more than one group.
If you are having a difficult time finding a group or would like to help start a new group, please contact us. Our prayer and hope is that you experience family in a Landmark small group.
Types of Small Groups:
Life Groups meet in homes. Most Life Groups meet to discuss and apply the message from our Sunday morning assembly.
Adult Bible Communities
Adult Bible Communities meet in our church building and study a variety of topics.
Support Groups are designed to help people with specific life struggles. They are a safe place to share and also receive encouragement.
Service Groups are built around people gathering to serve together. Below is a list of current Landmark Small Groups:
Small Groups Information
Life Groups/with children
Jeremy Vest/Riley McCormick
Families w/young children
Jeremy Swindle/Eric Glass
Parents of youth group kids
Dan & Leslie Cowell
30’s with children
Sunday 5:30 in Life Center
Brent Teel/Andy Flowers/Brian Paulk/Hunter Starkie
Brian Davis/Daniel Nelson
Pike Road/20 & 30 married with/without children
Uduak Afangideh/Salem Afangideh
Steven Sirmon/Adam Donaldson/Ben Lassiter
30’s married with kids
Trey Hayes/William Phillips
Manuel Guice/Ryan Lassiter/Nathan Capps/Stephen Frisby
Life Groups/without children
Al Millergren/Dick Thompson
Fox Hollow Neighborhood Group
Young professionals (20-30)
Ladies group/Wesley Gardens
Sam & Pam Morgan/Bob Marshall
Don & Linda Torode
Sunday after 2nd service in Rm. 114
Tony Smith/Raymond Smith
55 & Over
Buddy Bell/Paul Brannan/Mark Lockett
Mike & Denise Henry
W. Teel/Ken Burton/Lee Benson
Jon Wright/Hunter Traw
College & Young adult
Heath Woodruff/Michael Champion, Jr.
Young Professional Men
30-s-40’s Singles & Married
Al Crosby/Rick Solar
East Montgomery/Pike Rd
Interest in geeky things & gaming
7/8 grade Small group
Leaders: Dale/Cathy Moorer, Patrick/Katie Beth McCarthy & Ryan Kendall
9/10 grade Small group
Leaders: Kenneth/Karen Boan, Steve/Hayden Borland & Casey/Kellie Rine
11/12 grade Small group
Leaders: Cheryl/Zane Kirkland, Liz Kendall, Zach Hughes, Bobby Rives & Dione Marlowe