Lakeview Community Church

ordinary people... extraordinary God! Carmel, NY
Lakeview Community Church

Who We Are

Similar churches often offer music styles like traditional hymns, contemporary, and praise and worship. Programs like youth group, nursery, children's ministry, adult education, and community service are also typical. by FaithStreet

About Us

Vibe
Casual, Down to Earth, Spirit-filled, Neighborhood-focused, Young families, Lots of kids

Programs
Community Service, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Nursery

Music
Contemporary

Denomination
Christian and Missionary Alliance

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
2002

Plan Your Visit

Contact

Address
1118 North Horsepound Rd
Carmel, NY 10512

Phone
845-200-7648

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
CASUAL, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE- we are a come-as-you are church. Feel free to pour a cup of coffee, relax, and check things out at your own pace without worrying about having anything pushed at you. CHILDREN-FRIENDLY- we strive to provide fun programs in a safe and positive environment that help children learn about the love of Jesus Christ and the foundations of the Christian faith. CONTEMPORARY MUSIC- the singing & music direct the focus towards the Great God who is big enough to handle whatever is going on in our lives. CREDIBLE MESSAGES - The messages are engaging, credible & from the Bible that connect with the issues we all face.

What is the community like?
Real/ authentic - people from all kinds of different backgrounds whose lives are bring changed through the Gospel.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Come and check it out. Lakeview is a safe place to hear a dangerous message.

Leadership View all

Brian McIntyre

Brian grew up in Mahopac, NY. After graduating from Messiah College in 1991 with a B.A. in business administration, he had no intention of being in full-time ministry but agreed to help out with the youth group at his home church. That introduction to ministry led to a passion to invest deeply in the lives of teenagers – something his future wife Diane shared, who he met at a Youth for Christ banquet. Brian served as the youth minister at First Baptist Church of Brewster from 1995 - 1999, and then attended Alliance Theological Seminary where he graduated with a masters of divinity in 2002. From there he connected with the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination and started working on Lakeview Community Church with their backing and support. Brian and Diane have 4 wonderful children - Brian, Daniel, Jonathan, and Bethany. They live in Carmel, and when he's not watching his kids play baseball, he loves to train and compete in triathlons.

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