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Love Lake Norman, a non-denominational church, will meet in Cain Center next year

Jerel Law, pastor of Love Lake Norman

Sept. 13. Love Lake Norman, the non-denominational church that meets in the Oak Street mill in downtown Cornelius, will move its worship services to the Cain Center for the Arts after it is completed late this year.

Rev. Jerel Law, pastor, said the new space is the next logical step in the growth of the church.

“We love the Lake Norman area and are excited about the opportunity to lease space from the Cain Center on Sundays,” Law said. “Our goal is to be a great community partner and put our community first.”


The church has a two-year lease at the Cain Center with an option for three more, Law says. The church currently holds worship at 9 am and 10:30 am Sundays.

Love Lake Norman marked its fifth anniversary this past spring. The $25 million Cain Center for the Arts broke ground in May of last year. The first performances are scheduled in January of 2023.


—A large, bright lobby to welcome guests

—A theater-style setting for the worship experience

—Rooms for Love Kids to spread out and grow

—Ample parking that is close by

—Outdoor gathering spaces.

Church leaders said ample parking is behind Town Hall.