Light of the World

 

Welcome to Light of the World Christian Center San Jose! 

 

Light of the World Christian Center is a church with a heart for people... people like you!

No matter where you are on the spiritual journey, there is a place for you at LWCC.  Our church is a place where you can experience the love of Jesus and establish relationships with other people in an atmosphere that encourages developing a deeper relationship with God.

We are located in the beautiful city of San Jose, California.

We are a growing church with ministries for the whole family.  Our services are contemporary with uplifting and spirit-filled worship.  If you live in or visit the Bay Area, we want to invite you to come and worship with us! Please contact us at (408) 729-4285 for more information about our church.

Thank you for visiting our website, please take time to look around and find out more about the many things LWCC has to offer you and your family.  We hope to see you soon!

 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email us at lwccsanjose@ymail.com

1995 Las Plumas Ave.
San Jose, CA 95133
408-729-4285









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