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

2017  Missions Conference

Drs. Steven and Sherri Letchford

are healthcare professionals who have worked as part of the African church for the past 19 years. They are passionate about young African healthcare professionals knowing and serving Christ and making Him known among some of the poorest and most vulnerable patients. Currently, Sherri is a physical therapist and Steve is a doctor at Kijabe Hospital in Kenya. Steve leads a company that designs and builds “software for church hospitals,” putting tools in the hands of the African believers running hospitals and clinics in some of the world’s poorest communities.

Missions News

God’s Call … Your Response

This Missions Conference week has been an exciting and dynamic time hearing from our partners in mission and the challenging message from Dr. Nik Ripken. God calls each of us to take part in spreading His message to all parts of the world because ‘Jesus is Worth It’. As we bring our Missions Conference to a close, here are practical ways you can respond to God’s call on your life.

 Finishing the task of taking the gospel to the whole world involves actively praying.
  • Pick up prayer cards from our missionaries’ tables as a reminder to pray for them.
  • Attend the new missions Prayer Time, beginning today at 4pm as we join together in praying for our ministry partners.
Become involved
The great commission was given to all of us. There are opportunities for each of us to spread the gospel:
  • Join the International Friendship Team working with refugees in Albany.
  • Volunteer at the Alpha Center, City Rescue Mission, Compassion-in-Action, Camp Pinnacle, the Gideon’s or other local ministries. 
  • Read Missions biographies, newsletters in the Missions Garden and on LCC missionaries’ websites.
  • Go on a Short-Term mission trip.
  • Go as God calls you to be a disciple whether it is as simple as crossing the street or ‘even to the ends of the earth’.
Giving so that God’s servants can share God’s love throughout the world is the material expression of our spiritual commitment. Become an integral part of the work of those we support by sacrificially giving of what God has blessed you with. Many from our congregation have answered God’s call on their lives. It is our privilege to join with them through our financial support designated for ‘Missions’. For more information on how to give see the ‘Missions Giving at LCC’ brochure.


News from Sarah and Timur

Sarah has had some problems with her leg. Tests last week revealed that one of the main arteries of her leg which provides most of the blood supply to the lower leg is completely occluded a few inches above her knee. The good news is that the problem should not get any worse. Because this has been going on for years, the body compensated. God has given us the ability to grow new vessels in response to low blood flow. “We are grateful to the Lord for the test that went smoothly and the clear answer that we’ve gotten…We were able to squeeze into the November pre-field training and still hope to depart in late January or early February.”


Women with a Mission

There are five groups of women who meet during the first full week of the month (October – May) to provide encouragement to the missionaries of LCC through prayer, correspondence and material support. The time is spent in Bible study and prayer for both our missionaries and each other. We also learn the latest news from the mission fields where LCC missionaries serve. It is a privilege for us to support our missionaries around the world and we invite all women to join us. 

For more information please contact Ruth Askey at 518-279-5417.


Bible Class Elective: 

Love and Respect Building Blocks

This 6 week Building Blocks DVD study features Emerson unpacking five of the life changing principles he presents at the Love and Respect Conference. This class is meeting Sundays, at 11:00AM in Room 327. Bill and Carolyn Law, Facilitators

Monthly Missions Prayer Meeting
You are encouraged to join us in prayer for God’s work around the world and specifically for our Ministry Partners. Please join us for our first Monthly Missions Prayer Meeting- TODAY, October 22 at 4:00 PM in the Ministry Center.


Senior’s Fellowship

Our next Seniors Fellowship will be Monday,
October 30 at 11:00 AM in the Commons. For our potluck lunch please bring a main dish and salad or dessert to share. If you can’t bring a dish, please come anyway.



MOMS meets Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am in the Commons. This week Claudia Teubl will speak on “Nurturing Communication in Your Home”. Mothers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. Childcare is available for infants to 5 year olds. Go to  www.lccmoms.com 
for more information and to register yourself and your children.
E-mail loudonvillemoms@gmail.com with any questions.


46th Annual Festival of Nations

This festival is presented by ethnic groups from around the world. Come be a part of a Celebration of Cultural Diversity: Sunday, October 29; Noon to 5:00PM at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center. Parade of Nations, Native Dances/Music, Tasty Ethnic Foods, Unique Crafts and entertainment and more!


Worship Arts Ministry

If you are interested in joining the Worship Arts Ministry we would love to hear from you!   
We are always looking for talented people with a heart to serve in the areas of: Visuals, Sound, Worship Band, and Backline (Equipment set up).  We rehearse as a team on Thursdays from 7pm to 9pm, and sound check on Sundays at 7:30am.  For more information or to set up an audition, please contact James Park at



Operation Christmas Child

Please come pick up a box at the Operation Christmas Child table in the Commons! We are also in need of bulk items (multiple bars of wrapped soap, toys, pencils, etc.) that we can use to fill boxes at our Operation Christmas Child Packing Party scheduled for Friday, November 10 in the Commons. Please contact Ann Neilson at 454-5248 or neilsona@strose.edu for more details.


The LCC Library has a wealth of items related to Missions. Please visit the Library after either Worship Service to see what is available.
The LCC Library is in need of helpers willing to work after either Sunday service, once a month. Please leave name and phone number on the library desk.

Weekend To Remember Marriage Getaway

FamilyLife presents the Weekend to Remember Marriage Getaway on December 1-3 at the Saratoga Hilton. Call 800-358-6329 to register and use the group code, “Godlymarriage”

when registering to save $100. Discounts are also available for hotel accommodations. Financial assistance is available. For information call Bill or Carolyn Law at 518-436-8645. Brochures are available at Guest Services.

Thailand Mission Trip 2018

The Thailand Family Ministry Team is looking for workers to help with the 9th annual Missions Conference in Chiang Mai, Thailand, January 22-28, 2018. We need applicants who have a heart for missions and children. Special skill areas needed include persons capable of leading: music; sports & games and arts & crafts. In addition, we have a special need for several nursery and preschool workers/leaders. Please contact Marilyn Nicolaisen at marnic@nycap.rr.com 
for more information.


LCC Service Directory

Our church provides a Service Directory in a binder at the Information Center. 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.


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 7:00 PM.
  • 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. 






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One-year chronological walk through the Bible.


Oct 1 – Luke 1; John 1:1-14       
Oct 2 – Matt. 1; Luke 2:1-38


Oct 3 – Matt. 2; Luke 2:39-52

Oct 4 – Matt. 3; Mark 1; Luke 3

Oct 5 – Matt. 4; Luke 4-5; John 1:15-51

Oct 6 – John 2-4

Oct 7 – Mark 2

Oct 8 – John 5

Oct 9 – Matt. 12:1-21; Mark 3; Luke 6

Oct 10 – Matthew 5-7

Oct 11 – Matt. 8:1-13; Luke 7

Oct 12 – Matthew 11

Oct 13 – Matthew 12:22-50

Oct 14 – Matthew 13; Luke 8

Oct 15 – Matt. 8:14-34;      Mark 4-5

Oct 16 – Matthew 9-10

Oct 17 – Matt. 14; Mark 6; Luke 9:1-17

Oct 18 – John 6

Oct 19 – Matthew 15; Mark 7

Oct 20 – Matt. 16; Mark 8; Luke 9:18-27

Oct 21 – Matt. 17; Mark 9; Luke 9:28-62

Oct 22 – Matthew 18

Oct 23 – John 7-8

Oct 24 – John 9-10:1-21

Oct 25 – Luke 10-11;          John 10-22-42


Oct 26 – Luke 12-13

Oct 27 – Luke 14-15

Oct 28 – Luke 16-17:1-10

Oct 29 – John 11

Oct 30 – Luke 17:11-37;        Luke 18:1-14
Oct 31 – Matthew 19; Mark 10
LC Kids
Director of Children Ministries- Danielle Hedgepeth
  • Music with a Mission
4th-6th  graders are invited to join this group that will prepare and share music at the Loudonville Adult Home in the afternoon of November 19. Rehearsals will be held October 29-November 19 from 10:15-11:00am.
Pre-registration required at http.bit.ly/musicwithamission
  • It’s Not Too Late To Join the                 Team

Join the LC Kids team to partner with parents to develop authentic faith in kids. We still have some urgent needs for adults and teens on our Sunday morning teams.

  • Small Group Leaders for 2/3 grade boys and 4/5 grade boys
  • Special Needs Buddies- partner with one child to provide support and care during their Sunday morning small group
  • Clubhouse Activity Leader
  • Nursery Workers- especially adults for the infant room 
Visit the

LC Kids check-in desk in the  Commons to view volunteer roles and let us know you’re interested or contact Danielle at danielleh@lcchurch.org






LC Teens
Director of Student Ministries – Ethan Appell
  • Today – SALT meeting from 12:30-2:00. Any student in high school who serves in a leadership capacity is invited to join us for lunch and a discussion about what it means to be a leader and how we can become better at it!
  • Wednesday – Doors open at 5:30, hangout with us in the loft and play some video games or buy dinner and snacks or head to the gym for some fun! We will kick off the program at 6:30ish with live music and finish at 8:30! 
  • November 3 – Movie Night from 7-9 PM! For students in grades 7 & 8. Join us in the ministry center for a movie on the big screen and popcorn! The loft cafe will also        be open.