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Welcome To North Albany Community Church!50 Years of Serving Our Lord

                                 


51 years and still growing! 

This summer there is just one  service starting at 9:30 AM          

9:30 - 11:00 AM

Refreshments before the service at 9 AM 

1273 Thornton Lake Drive NW Albany OR 97321-1355 

Telephone: (541) 926-5291 


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This summer there is just one  service starting at 9:30 AM

9:30 - 11:00 AM

Refreshments before the service at 9 AM

Contact Info:

1273 Thornton Lake Drive NW Albany OR 97321-1355 

Telephone: (541) 926-5291 

Fax: (541) 926-5912 

Office Hours: 9 AM to Noon, 1 PM to 4 PM, Monday through Thursday

9 AM to 1 PM, Friday

 We hope you’ll join us for a weekend service to see for yourself what we’re about. Through practical messages, contemporary music, and creative media, we present the ageless truths of the Bible in a format that’s easy to understand, even if you’ve never been to church.

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When did your journey with God begin? 

Was it years ago—or just today? How big of a part has God played in your life? Have you ever wished there was more? Whether you want to recapture a time in your life when you were constantly amazed by the truest things, or simply want to test the waters by experiencing God in your life for the first time, North Albany Community Church is ready to welcome you. 

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  • On Being Known

    One of the most difficult inner conflicts we have is our desire to be known versus our fear of being known. As beings created in the image of God we are made to be known—known by God and also by others. Yet due to our fallen nature, all of us have sins and weaknesses that we don’t want others to know about. We use the phrase “dark side” to refer to aspects of our lives that we keep hidden. And we use slogans like “put your best foot forward” to encourage others to show their best side.

  • Love To Tell His Story

    When noted author Studs Terkel was looking for a topic for his next book, one of his friends suggested “death.” While he was resistant at first, the idea gradually began to take shape, but its voice became all too real when Mr. Terkel’s wife of 60 years passed away. Now the book was also a personal search: a yearning to know what lies beyond, where his loved one had just gone. Its pages are a poignant reminder of our own search for Jesus and the questions and concerns we have about eternity while we walk our faith journey.

  • Giving It To God

    A hero to a generation of people who grew up after World War II, Corrie ten Boom left a legacy of godliness and wisdom. A victim of the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, she survived to tell her story of faith and dependence on God during horrendous suffering.

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