The Law Christian Fellowship was founded at the University of Virginia School of Law in 1973 and provides an open, inter-denominational forum for Law students and their associates to grow and serve as Christians during their Law School years. LCF provides Bible studies, weekly meetings, service projects, retreats and other avenues to assist its participants in serving God by serving the Law School in practical, tangible ways. Law Christian Fellowship is open to any Law student, spouse, faculty member, administrative member or person otherwise affiliated with the Law School who is interested in starting or growing in his or her relationship with Jesus Christ.
WEEKLY LCF MEETING AND SPEAKER SERIES
6:05 p.m. every Thursday in either SL258 or SL298.
We regularly host leaders in the legal profession who share their experiences with faith, work and life. In addition, various speaker series' this year will feature church and community leaders, members of the university community, and more! Meetings are followed by a dinner outing.
5:15pm every Thursday in the LCF office. Come and join our prayer group leaders Joe Gammello and Sarah Childress, as we pray for each other, our school community, Charlottesville, and beyond.
LCF also sponsors small groups, a 1L mentorship program, outreach opportunities and service projects, book club, social activities, and retreats. All events are promoted through flyers and a email list which you must join to be included. Contact Alex Meador,
if you would like to be placed on the list.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Alex Meador, VP of Outreach: