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Lake Oconee Community Church

was voted into existence in the Spring of 2000 by the Georgia Christian Council as a multi-denominational, shared ministry of the Council, an ecumenical body for 20 major Christian denominations in the state of Georgia.

Lake Oconee Community Church began the now beloved “Worship on the Water” at the Reynolds Plantation Pointe Pavilion as an independent, multi-denominational church Memorial Day weekend, 2001.

This 8:30 a.m. worship experience continues presently in this outdoor location from Easter through Blessing of the Animals in October. The 8:30 service moves indoors to the Lake Club, Reynolds Plantation during the winter months.

Residents of Lake Oconee discovered the unique feel of an outdoor worship experience. Simple and informal at first, Lake Oconee Community Church has grown in numbers and maturity. Seeking to always be welcoming, enjoyable and compelling, Lake Oconee Community Church continues to be intentional about seeking creative ways to bring sacred community to the Lake Oconee area.

A second Sunday morning worship experience occurs each week at 10:30 at “The LOCC” 1001 Village Park Drive, Suite 107, Greensboro.

LOCC is a sponsoring community of the newly begun LOCC – Lake Oconee Congregation Chai – a First Friday Shabbat service made available to the area Jewish community meeting at 6 p.m. at “The LOCC” location each first Friday of every month.

LOCC is a vital part of life in Georgia’s Lake Country, attempting to put into practice the ever expanding Concentric Circles of God’s love.

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