Our mission is reaching and teaching people to become
devoted disciples of Jesus Christ,
connecting them to one another and sending them to
serve their families, communities and world.


   What’s Happening at LCC
UNSPOKEN in Concert
Mark your calendars for Unspoken coming to LCC, February 21 at 7:00 PM! Unspoken is featured on K-Love with hits like “Good Fight,” “Call it Grace,” and “The Cure.” They are also known for their number one hit “Start a Fire.” Tickets are available at thelighthouseevents.com.


Monthly Missions Prayer Meeting
The prayer meeting for our ministry partners and their work will meet today at 4:00 PM in the Sanctuary. All are welcome to join us in prayer for the Lord’s work!


We know that when we hear stories of God’s power and grace manifested in people’s lives, we feel encouraged and our faith is deepened. Help us in an effort to encourage others by sharing your stories with us. Please email us at lifestories@lcchurch.org. Some of your stories will be highlighted throughout this year.


Legislative Day 2018
This event, Lead the Way, is sponsored by New York Families on Tuesday, March 20,  9:00 AM-4:00 PM and held at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center. Guest Speakers include Ryan Bomberger, The Radiance Foundation, Kellie Fiedorek, Esq. ADF and Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, from The Breakthrough Clinic. Visit the table in the Commons for more information.


MOMS usually meets Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 AM in the Commons. There is no MOMS meeting this week due to Winter Break. Join us the following Tuesday, February 27 to hear Becky Jones speak. Mothers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome and childcare is available for infants to 5 year olds. Go to www.lccmoms.com or e-mail loudonvillemoms@gmail.com for more information.


We are observing Communion during our morning services next Sunday.


The Senior’s Fellowship
Our next Senior’s Fellowship will be Monday, February 26 at 11:00 AM in the Commons. Please bring a main dish and a side dish or dessert to share.
Facility Closed
Due to the Presidents Day holiday, the church facilities are closed on Monday, February 19.


We are a fellowship group for young adults focused on growing in our faith together. We meet Fridays at 6:00 PM for dinner, Bible study and fellowship in the Ministry Center. If you are interested in learning more about how to get connected with us, send an email to lccthedwelling@gmail.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/lccthedwelling


Bears Fruit Pantry
Do you attend LCC and find yourself in need of food for you or your family? The Bears Fruit Pantry is open Sundays from 10:15 – 11:00 AM except the first Sunday of the month and is located off the Church Office Hallway. Come see us if you have a need.
LCC Service Directory
Our church provides a Service Directory in a binder at Guest Services. This binder contains different services offered by people of the church as well as employment opportunities, housing options, music lessons, business cards and more. Check it out for yourself or add something of your own. To submit your own advertisement, please contact the Church Office for approval.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
Every Wednesday night a group of people faithfully pray for our body using a weekly prayer guide. Join them every Wednesday night at 6:30 PM in the Church Office Conference Room.
Revival Through Prayer Ministry
Meeting on Thursdays, March 1 and 15 at 1:30 PM to pray for revival in our church  and the Capital District. Please join us in the Ministry Center as we bring our petitions to the Lord.


DAT Trip to Houston, Texas
The Disaster Assistance Team will be going to Houston, Texas to work with Eight Days of Hope in rebuilding homes and businesses. We will be gone from early AM of March 16 and will be back in Albany late PM of March 25. If you have any questions or would like to sign up, please contact Dick Tyrrell at dat@lcchurch.org or 518-461-9021.
News from Mike and Julie Ganey
Tenwek Hospital in Kenya lost one of its buildings Friday night, February 9, due to a terrible fire. They write: “Our kitchen that fed our patients and the restaurant that fed our staff and visitors are both gone. The Wound Ward, Visiting Staff offices and other offices are gone. The laundry room and sterilizing room were affected, but the machines themselves seem OK. A tiny child was undergoing open heart surgery with a visiting pediatric cardiac surgery team, a challenging case that lasted 7 hours. They kept going while the hospital was burning. The child is alive and doing well. God has kept everyone safe. Everyone: Patients, staff, our neighbors who came to help. And we could tangibly see the community that God has built at Tenwek. It’s an honor to be serving here. Amazing grace.” Here is a link to their blog: http://www.ganeys.com/blog.


  • I Will : Dr. Bob Paeglow, Class Facilitator, Room  320
This class is based on Thom Rainer’s book. It is focused upon transforming from a passive, information gathering, inwardly focused believer to an active, outwardly focused disciple. Empowering the believer to pick up their ministry and “run the race.”
  • International Justice Mission Prayer Group: Room 316
IJM provides an updated prayer list each week for us to pray through. IJM strongly believes in the power of prayer. When we pray about the very difficult and painful circumstances in which IJM finds children, women and men, we partner with them and God himself, in setting them free. We learn a lot about various forms of human trafficking, slavery and other forms of oppression around the world and how IJM works not only to free those trapped, but also how it works with local governments, law enforcement and courts to reform justice systems. 
  • The Book of Mark: Tom White, Class Facilitator, Room 325
  • Justice Study Group : Kathleen Courtney, Class Facilitator, Room 318
This class will meet on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM in March in Room 318. We will be covering chapters  9-12 of God of Justice: IJM Institute Global Church Curriculum. Contact Kathleen Courtney, kathhopecourt@gmail.com, about getting a copy of the study guide or other information. Come learn about God’s heart for justice for those oppressed by violence and the privilege of partnering with Him in setting the captives free and bringing healing and restoration.


Jesus said, “My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations” (Mark 11:17).  Please take some time to get familiar with our prayer ministries here at LCC.
  • Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting – Every Wednesday night a group of people faithfully pray for our body. The Church Office prepares a weekly prayer guide.  Join them every Wednesday night at 6:30 PM in the Church Office Conference Room.
  • Revival Through Prayer Ministry – This ministry meets twice a month to pray for revival in our church and the Capital District. Please join us in the Ministry Center as we bring our hearts and petitions before the Lord.
  • E-Prayer Chain – As needs within our body arise, particularly those that are time sensitive or emergencies, those on our E-prayer Chain will receive an email. This venue is used only for the family of LCC and not for outside requests.  If you would like to receive these requests by the E-prayer Chain, please indicate that on the Welcome Card in the back of the pew.
  • Weekly Prayer Guide – If you would like to receive a weekly prayer guide via email, sign up by checking the box on the Welcome card. Hard copies are also available at the Information Center each Sunday
2018 Bible Reading Plan
Each month consists of only 25 readings. You will have several days to meditate or reflect more deeply on something that was significant to you during the month and/or catch up on missed readings.
February 15
Acts 13-15; Proverbs 11:16-31
February 16
Acts 16-18; Proverbs 12:1-14
February 17
Acts 19-21; Proverbs 12:15-28
February 18
Acts 22-25; Proverbs 13:1-12
February 19
Acts 26-28; Proverbs 13:13-25
February 20
Leviticus 1-4; Proverbs 14:1-18
February 21
Day of Reflection
February 22
Leviticus 5-8; Proverbs 14:19-35
February 23
Leviticus 9-11; Proverbs 15:1-17
February 24
Leviticus 12-14; Proverbs 15:18-33
February 25
Leviticus 15-18; Proverbs 16:1-16
February 26
Leviticus 19-21; Proverbs 16:17-33
February 27
Leviticus 22-24; Proverbs 17:1-14
February 28
Leviticus 25-27; Proverbs 17:15-28
March 1
Hebrews 1-3; Psalm 24
March 2
Hebrews 4-6; Psalm 25
March 3
Hebrews 7-10; Psalm 26
March 4
Hebrews 11-13; Psalm 27
March 5
Numbers 1-3; Psalm 28
March 6
Numbers 4-7; Psalm 29
March 7
Day of Reflection
March 8
Numbers 8-10; Psalm 30
March 9
Numbers 11-14; Psalm 31
March 10
Numbers 15-17; Psalm 32
March 11
Numbers 18-21; Psalm 33
March 12
Numbers 22-24; Psalm 34
March 13
Numbers 25-27; Psalm 35
March 14
Day of Reflection
Communion Services
February 25, 2018
March 29, 2018
Maundy Thursday
May 6, 2018
June 10, 2018
July 15, 2018
August 19, 2018
LC Kids
Director of Children Ministries- Danielle Hedgepeth

Urgent Volunteer Opportunities

  • Small group leader for K/1 kids at 9:00 AM service (weekly, adult or teen)
  • Clubhouse small group leader (preschoolers) at 9:00 AM service (weekly, adult or teen)
  • 1 adult nursery worker at 9:00 AM service, once a month
  • 3 teen nursery workers at 9:00 AM service, once a month

Learn more about these opportunities by contacting Danielle at danielleh@lcchurch.org or filling out an interest form at the LC Kids Check-In Desk.


LC Teens
Director of Student Ministries – Ethan Appell
  • Wednesday Night – Join us for a pizza party and games in the gym starting @4:00 PM! Then join us for the Unspoken concert! Pizza party is free, but you are responsible to get your own concert ticket.
  • March 2-4 – Winter Retreat Join us for an amazing weekend of spiritual encouragement and fun activities! This year’s theme is “Realign,” James 4:8! Be sure to pick up a brochure and registration form from the Ministry Center. Deadlines for registration are almost here.
  • March 10 – HS Rock Climbing Trip! See Evan to sign up or for more details.