The Church at Litchfield Park
300 North Old Litchfield Road
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
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The Church at Litchfield Park supports non-proﬁt service and outreach organizations as part of our local, national, and international focus on the needs of others.
Music ministry is an active and vital component of The Church at Litchfield Park. There are opportunities for musicians of any age and experience.
On our campus Wednesday nights, from September through May, enjoy a full slate of activities for all ages. Nursery care is provided each week from 5:00 – 7:45 p.m.
Women’s Christian Service Fellowship is a working organization of women for fellowship, spiritual enrichment, mission, and outreach work in the community and beyond, as well as in serving the church as needs arise. WCSF is for all women who are members, visitors, or friends of The Church at Litchfield Park. Read more....
The Garden of Memories at The Church at Litchfield Park provides a serene and quiet setting for the interment of ashes of departed members and their families.
"A Journey to Remember"
Conceived of war. Born of cotton. Owes its existence to a deal for a hotel bar.
Patterned after a gambling den. Built of mud.
The faceted stained glass windows in the Sanctuary are richly colored mosaics of one inch thick glass set in an epoxy. The glass used by Glassart Studios originated from France, England, and West Virginia.
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At the 8:00 and 9:15 services on May 24, 2015, Memorial Day weekend, the Veterans Pride Batallion of The United States Naval Sea Cadets Corps Posted the Colors.
On Sunday, May 3, 2015, Rev. Dale L. Hopely, Jr., celebrated his tenth year as Senior Pastor at The Church at Litchfield Park. The Anthem for choir and piano, “I Will Gather All,” commissioned by The Church at Litchfield Park, was composed by Dr. William Gorton, former Choir Director at CLP, in honor of this event. William flew to Phoenix to conduct the choir in this work, and also sang “The Lord’s Prayer.”
Pastor Dale shows off his anniversary cake and framed collage, which, in the right panel, shows the beginning of the score for the Anthem “I Will Gather All.”
Pastor Dale and Kimberly Hopely
Kimberly Hopely with Pastor Dale's mother Aileen Hopely (L) & his sister Robin Jones (R)
William with Pastor Dale
William with Dr. Sue Kujawski, Director of Music at CLP
Pianist Debra Weber with William
Worshipers placed flowers on the cross as they entered the Sanctuary on Easter Sunday.
Scouts from Troop 99 who have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout within the last five years were recognized during worship on February 15. Troop 99 was chartered in 1962 by The Church at Litchfield Park.
At our annual Church Picnic on November 16, we grilled 260 cheeseburgers and served 40 pounds of potato salad and coleslaw.
The United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps posted the colors at the 8:00 and 9:15 Worship Services on November 9, 2014.
There are 11 photos from this year's square dance in our slide show below:
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Pastor Kerri presented the God and Me Badge to Cub Scouts at the 9:15 Worship Service on August 17, 2014. The God and Me program is designed to help children become best friends with Jesus.
More photos can be seen in our Archive pages.
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