What does a Sunday Morning at LCC look like?
We have a main entry area that is an atrium that we call “The Commons.” Here you will be greeted at the door and you’ll find coffee and conversation ready for you. Each service (9 & 11 AM) lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes. No one will single you out as a visitor. Also, we don’t expect our visitors to give. So feel free to let the offering plate pass by when it comes down your row.
We also provide different options for children during the worship service. Stop by the LCKid’s Welcome Desk to find out what is available for children.
Who we are
Looking for an evangelical church in the Albany area? We would love for you to visit and see if Loudonville Community Church might be the place for you!
LCC’s mission is reaching and teaching people to become devoted disciples of Jesus Christ, connecting them to one another and sending them serve their families, communities and world. Our history dates back to the 1950s when a small group of people in Loudonville founded our church to share faith in Jesus with this region, and had a vision for the world. We are a nondenominational, evangelical Christian church. That means that we are governed by our own elders, not an outside organization.
About 1,000 people join us each Sunday.
What does LCC have for my children?
We provide a few different services each Sunday for your children.
Check in for all children’s programs at the LCKids Welcome Desk in the Commons before going to classrooms.
- Sonshine Station (under age 3)
- Clubhouse (ages 3-5)
- Zone 252 (K-Grade 6)
What should I wear?
We are not fussy about what we wear – come casual or dressed up. Be comfortable – we care more about you than your clothes.
Where are we located?
Our church is in an ideal location. We are about five minutes from Albany and within an easy driving distance of Latham, Colonie, East Greenbush, Troy and most of the Capital Region. Our church is on Route 9, very near both I-90 and 787. It is a great central location for all those living in the Capital Region.