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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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  • A Picture Of Humility

    During the Easter season, my wife and I attended a church service where the participants sought to model the events that Jesus and His disciples experienced on the night before He was crucified. As part of the service, the church staff members washed the feet of some of the church volunteers. As I watched, I wondered which was more humbling in our day—to wash another person’s feet or to have someone else wash yours. Both those who were serving and those being served were presenting distinct pictures of humility.

  • Life’s Darkest Moments

    Charles Whittlesey was a hero’s hero. Leader of the so-called “Lost Battalion” in World War I, he was awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery when his unit was trapped behind enemy lines. When the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was dedicated, Charles was chosen to serve as pallbearer for the first soldier laid to rest there. Two weeks later, it is presumed that he ended his own life by stepping off a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean.

  • Spiritual Navigation

    Dava Sobel’s award-winning book Longitude describes a dilemma faced by early sailors. They could readily determine their latitude north or south of the equator by the length of the day or height of the sun. Calculating east/west longitude, however, remained complex and unreliable until English clockmaker John Harrison invented the marine chronometer. This was “a clock that would carry the true time from the home port . . . to any remote corner of the world,” thus enabling sailors to determine longitude.

Welcome to North Albany Community Church!