This week at LLWC – October 15, 2023

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: “May those who love you be secure.
May there be peace within your walls and security within your citadels” (Psalm 122:6-7 NIV).
Join us this Sunday at 11:00 AM when Pastor Andy will be sharing a message called ‘Come Before Winter’ from 2 Timothy 4.
Children’s Ministry
    • This Sunday after the music the children will be dismissed to the Fellowship Hall where they will remain for the duration of the service.
    • Children’s ministry teams of two… please sign up ASAP.
    • Tithes and Offerings Online:
    • Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study with Dave Carney at 10:00 AM in the Fellowship Hall —All are welcome!
    • Freedom in Christ Course continues! Sunday evening from 6:00 PM  to 7:15 PM in Fellowship Hall.
    • Prayer Ministry:  Wednesday is Prayer & Fasting Day 5:00 PM pre-service prayer; 6:00 PM Prayer Meeting
    • *NEW 21 DAY FAST (Food & Media)
      • Monday, October 23 to Sunday, November 12
      • Prayerfully consider what food and media the Lord would have you give up during this time!
      • Commitment cards will be received Sunday, October 22.
      • Announce a time of fasting; call the people together for a solemn meeting. Bring the leaders and all the people of the land into the Temple of the Lord your God, and cry out to him there (Joel 1:14 NLT).
    • First Sunday Potluck: Sunday, November 5, following the morning service in the Fellowship Hall. Bring a dish to share. All are welcome!
    • Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes  If you plan to fill a box for a boy, please take one of the t-shirts from the table in the Fellowship Hall. Boxes for girls already have a dress in them. There is more information and FAQs at:  Please return shoeboxes by October 29th so Peg can take them to the collection point in Saranac Lake.
    • Testimony Sunday *NEW: Sunday, November 19. Contact Pastor Andy to videotape your testimony of answered prayer!

    • Community Thanksgiving Dinner: Saturday, November 18th. Please contact Marilyn Bridges to ask how you can help.
    • Dress a Girl workshops:
        • October 14
        • November 11
        • December 9

Meet 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 show God’s little girls that they are loved, and 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.