Kim Grimmett



Although I did not have the blessing of growing up in church or with a Christian family, there was a tremendous outreach in the town that I grew up in. They would send a bus around picking up every age of kids and introducing  them to the love of Jesus. It was through tireless youth workers telling me about how God loved me unconditionally that I began to get a glimpse of my worth in Christ. I can’t say that I completely gave my life over to Him then but I at least knew enough to realize that He would hear me when I was in yet another “out of control” situation in my life.

After marrying my wonderful husband of 24 years, we were blessed with our firstborn son. Children have a way of making you take inventory of your life and I knew mine was lacking. God began pursuing me in a more active way and I reached out to Him. After years of searching for a church home, moving across states and two more amazing sons, we found LCC to be an amazing body of believers. Here, I found healing and the filling to the void I had always experienced. Around 12 years later, we have seen many changes and served in many different ministries, all of them enriching our lives in many ways and making this our family’s absolute home.

I am very excited to be on staff as the manager of Conversations Coffee Shop at LCC and in the south lobby of Fairfield Medical Center. I can’t explain how much I enjoy going into work and spreading the Gospel sometimes only by way of hot coffee to a weary person.

My Hope For Lancaster Community Church

My hope for LCC is that it will continue to be “known by its love”, and that we will continue to be a church body that reaches out to the community and engages everyone we meet with the knowledge that God loves them and wants a relationship with them no matter where they’ve been or what they’ve done!