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
Growth Groups: Don’t miss out, you can still join!
Growth Groups are small communities of people that gather regularly to discuss spiritual truths, support one another and pursue life in Christ. We encourage you to visit the church website and join a group. Go to:
or call the church office if you need further assistance (518)426-0751. Pick up the ABIDE at Guest Services to prepare for this week’s Growth Group meetings.
Bears Fruit Pantry
Do you attend LCC and find yourself in need of food for you or your family? The Pantry is open 10:15-11:00 AM on October 28 this month and is located off the Church Office Hallway. Come see us if you have a need.
MOMS MOMS meets Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 AM in the Commons. This week Susan Forte, an LCC Missionary, will speak on “Saying Yes.” 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.
Soccer Fellowship
The LCC Soccer ministry is moving indoors each Tuesday in the LCS gym, beginning November 6 at 7:30 PM and Fridays at The Edge of Halfmoon. Adults (and their children who can safely play with adults) are invited. Please pray for our ministry to the lost that attend, that they would listen to His Gospel. Details: https://www.meetup.com/Capital-Region-Outdoor-Pick-up-Games/
New study: Pathlight towards Global awareness
Facilitated by Mark Rentz and Roman Ginnan
This is a 5 week course that will be offered at 11:00 AM beginning Sunday, October 21 in Rooms 327/329. Pathlight is an introduction to the well-known World Perspectives course and explores God’s unchanging purposes and investigates how His global plan is unfolding in our generation. This eye-opening study is designed to mobilize God’s people to connect their lives to His kingdom purposes. All who have a heart for God’s world and His children are invited to attend. There is a table in the Commons to sign up for this class and purchase the companion study guide.

With Sympathy

Our thoughts and prayers are with several families who are grieving the recent loss of dearly loved ones. Please bring before the Lord the Kriss family with the passing of Charles Kriss’ mother, the grandmother of Ravi, Sugui and Shanthi; the Skiff family with the passing of John Skiff, Mary Skiff’s husband; and the Rennells family with the passing of Duane, husband of Linda , father of Rachel, Matthew, Sarah and Mary as well as their spouses and children.


Weekend To Remember Marriage Getaway
FamilyLife presents the Weekend To Remember Marriage Getaway, November 30 – December 2 at the Saratoga Hilton. Must use the Group Code, “Godlymarriage.” Call 1-800-FLTODAY to register. Discount available for hotel accommodations.  For more information call Bill and Carolyn Law at (518)436-8645.
Wednesday Morning Women’s Bible Study Fall 2018
You are welcome to join one of two women’s small groups that meet in the Ministry Center on Wednesdays at 9:30-11:30 AM. The study is Death and Resurrection of the Messiah, Vol. 4. This study is part of the That the World May Know series developed by Ray Vander Laan in conjunction with Focus on the Family. A third group will be doing the ABIDE series beginning in October. Questions? Contact: Karin Shamlian at Karinshamlian2@gmail.com


The GriefShare and DivorceCare support groups meet Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 PM in the Ministry Center and an adjacent room. If you, a friend or family member could benefit from such support, please join us. There are brochures at the Guest Services desk. If you need further information, please call the church office.
We are a fellowship group for young adults focused on growing in our faith together. We meet Thursdays at 6:00 PM for dinner, Bible study and fellowship. Send an email to lccthedwelling@gmail.com or find us on Facebook at facebook.com/lccthedwelling if you are interested in learning more about how to get connected with us.
LCC Email Database
Have you been receiving updates from LCC in the past few weeks through your emails? If not and you want to be, please fill out the welcome card in the back of your pew and check the box indicating that you want to receive church-wide emails.  This is a great way to stay in touch with the LCC body and what is happening.
Volleyball Fellowship

Volleyball Fellowship meets on Monday evenings (7:30-9:30 PM) in the Loudonville Community Church gymnasium. We would love for new people to come and enjoy the energy and joy we experience as we encourage one another in playing our best! It is a time to fellowship with new and old friends that Christ has given us and keeps bringing together. It provides members and non-members the opportunity to socialize and learn from each other and show that God has a purpose for each and every one of us through a variety of ways as we interact with one another. Call the Church office (518)426-0751 with any questions.

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.


Operation Christmas Child
The annual trip to the Operation Christmas Child processing center in Maryland is planned for November 30-December 2. We plan to leave from the church Friday morning and return Sunday afternoon. Participants are responsible for the cost of their room and food. Please contact Laurel Ashdown at (518)258-8560 or hillpasturehouse@gmail.com if you are interested. OCC shoeboxes are available at the table in the Commons.

Sewing Ministry

The LCC Sewing Ministry will be meeting October 20 and November 3 from 8:30 AM to noon in the Art Room of LCS. Anyone who loves to sew for the benefit of others is welcome. Projects will be offered and materials are provided. For the complete calendar of meeting dates and if you have questions, please contact Diana Eckler at little.diana48@gmail.com or call

Sharing Pumpkins at West Hill

Is pumpkin carving a tradition for your kids this time of year? Do you realize that some families can’t afford to buy pumpkins? They hardly have money to buy food to eat! Would you make it a family project to provide one or two pumpkins for kids in West Hill so they can have this same fun experience? We are looking for 20-30 LITTLE pumpkins to make pumpkin carving a reality for these kids. Please bring your donations to the table in the Commons the next two weeks.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
Each 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
All are welcome to attend the prayer sessions. We will meet on Thursdays, October 11 & 25 in Room 204, off the Church Office, at 1:30 PM to pray for revival in our church and the Capital District. Please join us as we bring our petitions to the Lord.


MOMS Help Needed
Consider joining the team of paid workers that minister to the children of the mothers who attend the MOMS program on Tuesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 AM. We are looking for weekly and bi-weekly workers as well as subs. Contact Christine Thornton for more details at christine92552@gmail.com or (518)364-3682.
Ushers Ministry
Ushering is a wonderful ministry that depends on dedicated men and women who have a desire to serve the Lord humbly and cheerfully. The Usher program consists of eight teams and each team covers the worship service on a rotating basis. If you are interested in learning more, you may talk to any of the ushers or email Pastor Jeff at jeffr@lcchurch.org.
Doorkeepers Ministry
Shaping good first impressions is vital to LCC’s ministry as guests enter our building. Our Doorkeeper Ministry plays an important role in the Sunday morning experience. If you would like to serve as a welcoming presence, please email Diana Eckler at little.diana48@gmail.com or Pastor Jeff at jeffr@lcchurch.org.
Coffee Ministry
Coffee Ministry – Each week free coffee is made available to all who attend our church. The team who makes this possible is in need of other volunteers who will join them. Please prayerfully consider serving. Contact Tom Strock at tom.strock@yahoo.com or Pastor Jeff at jeffr@lcchurch.org to sign up.
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 have been posted on the LCC Facebook Newsfeed. Hear it for the first time or be blessed again! We encourage all LCC to keep sharing your stories of how God is working in your life with others. Shine His light in your life, that others may see. “Oh give thanks to the Lord; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples!” – 1 Chronicles 16:8 If you have a LIFEstory and would like to share it with us, please email us at: lifestories@lcchurch.org
  • Equipped to Serve: Room 320; Sundays @ 11:00 AM; Dr. Bob Paeglow and Anna Leung

A Sunday elective for those who want to learn more about caring for the marginalized. The elective is based on materials called “Equipped to Serve” which has helped mobilize a suburban church outside Grand Rapids, MI engage their vulnerable neighbors. The curriculum entails off-site experience of listening to and serving the poor together, as well as in-depth studying, processing and connecting in the class.

  • International Justice Mission Prayer Group: Room 325; Sundays @ 11:00 AM
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.


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.
October 11
Jeremiah 40-42; Isaiah 24
October 12
Jeremiah 43-46; Isaiah 25
October 13
Jeremiah 47-49; Isaiah 26
October 14
Day of Reflection
October 15
Jeremiah 50-52; Isaiah 27
October 16
Lamentations 1-2; Isaiah 28
October 17
Lamentations 3-5; Isaiah 29
October 18
1 John 1-3; Isaiah 30
October 19
1 John 4-5; Isaiah 31
October 20
2 & 3 John; Isaiah 32
October 21
Day of Reflection
October 22
1 Peter 1-3; Isaiah 33
October 23
1 Peter 4-5;
Isaiah 34
October 24
Ezekiel 1-4;
Isaiah 35
October 25
Ezekiel 5-7;
Isaiah 36
October 26
Ezekiel 8-11;
Isaiah 37
October 27
Ezekiel 12-15;
Isaiah 38
October 28
Ezekiel 16-19;
Isaiah 39
October 29-31
Days of Reflection
Communion Services
November 4, 2018
December 2, 2018
LC Kids
Director of Children Ministries-
Danielle Hedgepeth
LC Kids Team Members Wanted
Join a super team of volunteers who serve kids and families on Sunday mornings at LCC. We are still seeking a K/1 small group leader at 9:00 AM and 2 men for elementary boys groups at 11:00 AM. There are also many openings for once a month nursery workers at the 11:00 AM service. Visit the display in the Commons for more information or go straight to
LC Teens
Director of Student Ministries –
Ethan Appell
  • HSM (Grades 9-12) – Join us on Wednesdays for our weekly programming! Doors open to the Loft Cafe and the gym at 6:00 PM. The program officially begins at 7:00 PM.
  • MSM (Grades 6-8) – Join us for one of the three Sundays a month we meet for our weekly programming! Doors open to the Middle School Ministry Zone at 10:45 AM. Come join us and play in the gym, sit around and chat with your friends, or play some video games. Then spend some time worshipping with live music, hearing a talk from one of the LC Teens staff/XP3 team, and discussing the talk with your small group! Small groups are grade and gender-based. We end at the conclusion of the Worship Service in the sanctuary or 12:15 PM, whichever is later.
  • Upcoming Events – MSM Nerf Wars, Nov. 3 – HSM Retreat, Nov. 9-11 – Christmas Party, Dec. 16.

For more info on these activities go to our website.