In The Beginning
Jack and Corin and their two children, Rebecca and Jack II moved into the Largo area and began the Largo Community Church in June 1972. The Church from its inception has been a non-denominational, evangelical fellowship. It has been supported totally by the tithes and offering of its communicants.
The Morris's supported themselves in the early years by Corin working as an administrative assistant at the Department of Commerce in Washington, D.C. and Jack was employed as a Home-School Counselor by the Alexandria Public School System.
The Largo Community Church worshiped at the Largo Senior High School for its first five years of existence. It then purchased acreage on Enterprise Road in Mitchellville, Md. The Church presently owns 54 acres, a 760 seat sanctuary, an education building, and a Chapel. Studies are in progress to build a Christian Life Center, an education building and office facilities.