Welcome


A WORD FROM THE PASTOR

It is our vision as a church to first of all see Litchfield and Hartford County come to the saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. Then we desire that all would grow in knowledge, understanding, and wisdom in God’s Word. Then we can all live life on this earth victoriously like God created us to live.

We are committed to help you learn all the life changing truths of the Bible. Our Goal is that you grow so that you can help others grow and become overcomers in Christ Jesus.As you grow and mature in the things of God, we believe you will be doers and not forgetful hearers only, so you will have living faith to walk victoriously in life, here and now, and bring others with you.

LIVING FAITH FAMILY CHURCH HISTORY

Pastors Dave and Diane Miller founded Living Faith Family Church in 1996 at the direction of the Lord to teach God’s people faith so that they could live the supernatural, victorious life that God has called them to. The church began in a small store-front on Main Street in Torrington. As the church grew we were able to rent a 1400 square foot building on New Litchfield Street in 1998 and in 2001 moved into our current facility on the Winsted Road.

God, through His anointed ministers, is awakening His people to His goodness and His power and is setting the captives free. Young and old alike are encouraged to live as victorious overcomers, spiritually, mentally, physically, financially, and socially.

God has been faithful to confirm His Word with signs following. Many people have experienced God’s supernatural healing power and miraculous provision. God is a good God and wants to perform good things in your life too.

As the church continues to grow we will continue to see God fulfill the vision He has given us for the city of Torrington and surrounding northwest and north-central Connecticut.

LIVING FAITH FAMILY CHURCH STATEMENT OF PURPOSE.

The purpose of Living Faith Family Church is to “Build People.” We do this first by presenting the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in a way that will turn unbelievers into believers (Mark 16:15-18). Then we turn converts into disciples (Matthew 28:18-20; 1 Peter 2:2) doing the work of the ministry (together) for the building up of the Body of Christ (Ephesians 4:11-16).