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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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  • Clean The Closet

    To this day I can still hear my mother telling me to go and clean up my room. Dutifully, I would go to my room to start the process, only to get distracted by reading the comic book that I was supposed to put neatly in the stack. But soon the distraction was interrupted by my mother warning that she would be up in 5 minutes to inspect the room. Unable to effectively clean the room in that time, I would proceed to hide everything I didn’t know what to do with in the closet, make the bed, and then wait for her to come in—hoping that she wouldn’t look in the closet.

  • One Who Understands

    My friend’s husband was in the last stages of dementia. In his first introduction to the nurse who was assigned to care for him, he reached out for her arm and stopped her. He said he wanted to introduce her to his best friend—one who loved him deeply.

  • Undeserved Praise

    Even before I could afford a self-cleaning oven, I managed to keep my oven clean. Guests even commented on it when we had them over for a meal. “Wow, your oven is so clean. It looks like new.” I accepted the praise even though I knew I didn’t deserve it. The reason my oven was clean had nothing to do with my meticulous scrubbing; it was clean because I so seldom used it.

Welcome to North Albany Community Church!