As seasons are changing and the holidays are drawing near, I think of the greeting we often see in Christmas cards -“Peace on earth”. Where did that come from? Can we really have peace on the earth? Luke 2:14 says “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men”. That’s a […]
Welcome to Our Church
City Lights Church is a Non-denominational Church in the city of Scranton for people just like you! Whether you have grown up in church or have no background in Christianity, you can call City Lights home. Our focus is quite simple: Worship God, Grow with each other, and Serve our city.
City Lights Church is a place that is culturally engaging with its foundation firmly found in the scriptures. We are a blend of modern worship, and Gospel-Centered preaching set in the context of a relaxed environment that cares more about the condition of your heart than your attire. In other words there is no formal dress code, just clothes. Join our church for an upcoming service in Scranton at 10:30 am or feel free to contact us for more info or to speak to a pastor.
Join us at City Lights through the month of December as we look at how we respond to the coming of Christ, and how our lives are transformed when we adore Him.
Join us the second Saturday of every month for a night of worship and encountering the presence of God. This is a special time where anyone who desires to worship is welcome, regardless of what church you regularly attend. These nights start at 7pm.
Home Groups are the primary way to connect with each other outside of Sunday service.
From The Blog
God has always wanted to bless His people. His blessings are not always financial in nature, but they don’t exclude the realm of finances either. In Matthew 5:3 Jesus states, “Blessed are the poor in spirit” which points out the fact that we can be rich or poor in different areas and still be blessed. […]
Have you ever wondered about Christian service? Our greatest example, Jesus, can shed some light into the subject. Mark 10:45 says, For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. Jesus came to serve and to give his life–in other […]
The title of this blog probably worries you a little bit. You are thinking “Oh no. This could be a blog post about Calvinism”. You have likely already started planning out some argumentative comments for me, but don’t worry this is not going in that direction. Currently I have been preparing for a home group […]
Growing up in church every New Year seemed to have a fast attached to it. If you type 2016 church fast into Google you will find countless churches that have started a fast within a few days of the New Year. While I have no problem with any one doing this; I do think we […]