This past week, Lakefront has begun to break ground on the new sanctuary. The new facility will be 60 feet wide, 100 feet long, and should have a capacity of 250-300 people. Concrete should be poured this week, and we will continue on the project, as long as the lord blesses the church. Lakefront has been working on the project for about three years, and is excited to be opening a new chapter in life. please pray for the people involved and support the project.
Over the next few weeks, WLFC will work to install one of the most advanced local weather monitoring pieces of equipment available on the market. This new device from weather flow will give our live DJs the latest details regarding lighting, temperature, wind speed, wind direction, humidity levels, and rainfall accumulations along with rainfall intensity. This device will transmit these details to the station website for public review, and help us keep Magoffin County residents abreast of local weather information as it happens on Middle Fork. The weather forecast and warnings and watches will be issued from the Jackson Kentucky Weather Office in Jackson Kentucky. We are excited to bring you this new technology to keep you more informed.
Volunteers from Sheep-Dog, a group based in Cincinnati, Ohio, came to Magoffin County recently to help the recent flood victims. The group has plans to help many residents while being in the county, as they help with mucking, tree removal, debris removal, and mud removal. The group consists of 12 volunteers that are being housed here at the Lakefront Outreach Center.
The Lakefront Church Outreach Ministry and the Water into Wine Food Pantry helped the citizens of Magoffin County who was affected by the recent flood. The ministry partnered with Magoffin County officials to help distribute the home good furnishings received by the Christian Appalachian Project (CAP). If you need assistance with food or other items, please call the office here at Lakefront at 606-349-6301 to speak with someone about your needs.