OUR CHURCH
Living Word Fellowship is a community of believers who have trusted in God’s free gift of salvation through the death, burial and Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ, and who are committed to establishing a culture of honor and faith, where each lives for the other, and all live for God.
We believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and that we are filled with the life of the resurrected Son of God by the power of His Holy Spirit. His love toward us is more important than life itself. We desire to grow increasingly more in love with Him, and share that love with others by going into all the world and making disciples.
We are ever thankful for the Covenant, connection and access that we were given to God’s heart through the shed blood of Christ, and show our appreciation continually with heartfelt praise and adoring worship.
We endeavor to allow the life of Christ through the Holy Spirit to show us how to live and to bring dignity and value to each and every one we meet.









Our founding pastors, Revs. J. Robert and Ruth E. Vaughan, were called by the Holy Spirit through a strong & clear prophetic word, to pioneer Living Word Fellowship Church in December of 1986. Since that time our Eldership team has assisted them in prayer, in labors, in making plain the vision of LWF to all, and in equipping the saints for the work of the ministry. Our church has grown from just a few, to more than 100 people who have become a covenant family with each other, sharing the common desire of delighting ourselves in Him and making His Praise glorious even to the nations!
Currently, Pastor Ruth Vaughan has agreed to pick up where her husband left off. Filling the void that Pastor Bob left when he passed from this life on Aug 4, 2014. She is now the Senior Leader and Equipper of the LWF family. Pastor Kathy Moore, ordained in 2013 is her capable assistant. Elders are Dave Moore and Drew and Sadie Seeling. the entire LWF church family has stepped up to the challenge and is vibrantly fulfilling their God given assignments, doing the work of the ministry.