This week at LLWC – December 3, 2023

Join us this Sunday at 11:00 AM when Pastor Andy shares a message called “God is with Us” from John 1:1-18 and Isaiah 7:14.

Children’s Ministry
    • This Sunday the children will remain with their parents / guardians for the duration of the service.
    • You are invited to write notes of affirmation and encouragement for the children. They may be placed in the mailboxes that are mounted on the wall outside the nursery / children’s ministry area. – Thank you Debbie Austin!


    • Tithes and Offerings Online:
    • Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study with Dave Carney @ 10:00 AM in the Fellowship Hall — All are welcome!
    • First Sunday Potluck – Bring a dish to share! Sunday, December 3 following the morning service in the Fellowship Hall. All are welcome!
    • NEW Sunday Evening Bible Study with Dave Carney at 6:00 PM.
    • Prayer Ministry:  Wednesday is Prayer & Fasting Day 5:00 PM Pre-service Prayer; 6:00 PM Prayer Meeting
    • Sunday, December 17 at 11:00 AM Community Christmas Family CelebrationFeaturing the play “Come to the Manger” directed by Michelle Billings. Children of all ages will be invited to participate in the play without any previous preparation.
    • Christmas Eve Candle Lighting Service 6:00 PM
    • NEW  “Freedom Prayer” course begins Sunday, January 21 (8 weeks)
      • Special Guest Pastor Dan Lamos (Doreen’s brother) … Live online
      • Book: “Free On The Inside” by Holly Reicks … $10.00
      • For leaders and anyone wanting to grow.
      • 12:45 PM to 2:30 PM immediately following the morning service.
      • Bring your own lunch.
    • PRAYER REQUEST:  Please keep the Hosley family in your prayers as Lorrie Hosley passed away on Thursday.
    • Dress a Girl workshops:
        • December 9
        • January 13
        • February 10
        • 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.