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We are a casual church that reflects life in the Adirondacks.  

Whether you are vacationing, new to the area, 

or desiring to reconnect with church life, feel free to come as you are. 

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Weekend worship service options & Links

  • Due to the Ironman race on Sunday, July 25th, we will hold our weekend worship service on Saturday, July 24th at 6:30 PM. There will be no service on Sunday.
  • We offer a weekly YouTube livestream broadcast. Click here for this week's livestream or if you desire to watch a previous week's service, please visit our Listen Page for our complete library of services. 
  • We currently follow CDC guidelines. Fully vaccinated individuals do not need to wear a mask. Unvaccinated individuals should wear a mask while moving about our facility or while singing. 




Ironman Lake Placid 2021 events & volunteer information

IRONPRAYER Service: Friday, July 23 at 6:30 PMClick here for livestream link.


Weekend  Worship Service: Saturday, July 24 at 6:30 PM (no Sunday service due to race).


Volunteer Opportunities with LPBC:

          Athlete Check-In, Thursday & Friday, July 22 & 23, 9:00am to 5:00pm.  If you have helped in this                aspect before, please note that this year will have a  no-contact registration process.  


          Run Aid #4 and Athlete Food (at Finish Line) on race day, July 25. 


Ironman requires all volunteers to be vaccinated or show a negative COVID test within 72 hours of your arrival to the event.  You must signup online to volunteer.  


Click here to sign up to volunteer.

2021 Challenge

On January 3rd, Pastor Jim challenged the body to choose Higher Ground for 2021.  Each month there will be a goal set to work toward living on higher ground. For more details, click hereFor the month of March, we are reading each day's corresponding Proverb together. The idea of higher ground comes from a hymn; to hear a beautiful rendition click here.

We Love vacationers

Most weekends, visitors choose to worship with our church family as a part of their time in Lake Placid. In our foyer are maps where they pin the communities they call home. In this way, we have a visual reminder of how God brings the world to our village. We would love for you to come and mark the community you call home.