This week at LLWC – September 11, 2022

We have resumed meeting in the church at 11:00 AM. 

Pastor Andy will be sharing a message called “It’s Time to Grow” from Hebrews 5:11-14.
  • Check out the following link to one of the songs we will be singing called “This I Believe (The Creed)”
    Children’s Ministry
    • I’m excited to announce that because of the volunteers that have stepped up to serve, we will be offering children’s ministry every Sunday ALL YEAR LONG!
    • For THIS SUNDAY children will remain with their parents / guardians for the entire service.
    • Going forward we will intentionally NOT offer children’s ministry once a month in order to give our volunteers a break but also to give parents/guardians the opportunity to have their children with them for the entire service. The other 3 or 4 Sundays of the month the children will stay with their parents/guardians for the music time after which they will be dismissed to the lower level fellowship hall for the duration of the service.
    • Teachers and Helpers please sign up when you can serve in the lobby or contact Pastor Andy ASAP!
    Extended Worship Opportunity
    • Following Sunday’s service
    Daily Bread Devotionals (Fall Quarter) *NEW
    • Now Available in the church foyer on the document wall!
    Two Adult Bible Studies led by Dave Carney in the Fellowship Hall.
    • Sunday morning at 10am
    • Sunday evening at 6pm
    40 Day Prayer Focus
    • 5 Days of Prayer at 5pm Wednesday through Sunday
    • 21 DAY FAST  *NEW
      • September 19 to October 9, as part of the 40 Days of Prayer
    Wednesday is Prayer & Fasting Day
    • Prayer Meeting @ 6pm
    Tithes and Offerings
    First Sunday Potluck
    • Sunday October 2 following the morning service. All are welcome!
    Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoe Boxes
  • Dress a Girl workshop: Saturday, September 17th at 10:00 AM at the Tupper Lake Baptist Chapel (55 Lake St., Tupper Lake, NY 12986; enter by the side door). The mission of DAG is to reduce human trafficking. You don’t have to be a seamstress to help with this project; there are plenty of ways that everyone can help! Soup will be provided for lunch. Contact Peg Mauer  ( with questions. See more information at: Dress a Girl.