Welcome to Lake Almanor Community Church!

We are a family of believers who are united by our journey of faith under the powerful and life-giving name of Jesus Christ. For over 40 years God has blessed our church with the opportunity to spread the Good News of the Kingdom of God locally and internationally. You will experience joy-filled worship and hope-filled biblical messages. We believe in the freedom and encouragement that the Word of God and walking in the Spirit brings. Your kids will have fun and find inspiration while learning about our loving God in a safe environment.

  • Visiting a new church can be pretty awkward. Maybe you’re coming from another church that did things differently or you’ve never been part of a church. Now you’re surrounded by a bunch of people singing songs that you don’t know and praying prayers you’ve never heard. Then, to top it all off, they pass around a basket and ask for money. We get it! We know that visiting a church can be uncomfortable, and we want to make you feel at home. So, here are a few things to know:

    • You are welcome here and we're so glad you came. Every one of us has a past and it doesn’t matter where you come from, what you’ve done, or who you’re involved with, you're always welcome.
    • Do not feel obligated to give. For those who attend our church regularly, it is an honor to give, but we do not expect it of our guests.
    • Relax and enjoy yourself. Hopefully the routines of our Sunday service will be pretty easy to understand, but don’t worry, there’s nothing here to “mess up.”
    • Say "hello" to someone. Most likely a bunch of people have already said “hello” to you, but in case they haven’t, step out and introduce yourself. We’d love to get to know you.
    • Finally, if you have any questions, please ask!

    Our hope is that after getting to know us better, you would become a part of our church family.  We’d love to have you on the journey.

  • 06/21/2024

    This Sunday we will continue our Exiles series.  If you would like to read the passage before we meet, look at 1 Peter 4:1-11. Please join us Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at LACC for worship, giving, scripture reading and study, and fellowship. 

    Here are some announcements:

    Ladies Tea- Join us tomorrow Saturday, June 22nd at LACC at 11 a.m. for a Ladies Tea. It is always a great time of fellowship, encouragement, tasty treats. Michelle Ayers will be our guest speaker; bring a friend you won’t want to miss it!

    New Members Class- If you’d like to become an LACC member, we have a new members class right after church this Sunday in the library. Lunch is provided.
    Discipleship Class- Starts Sunday! If you can’t make it Sunday, they will meet Tuesday at 1 as well. Contact Larry with any questions: 530-816-1253 or lskendrick@frontier.com

    Mom’s Group- Join us for a lake day at the West Shore rec area. A picnic lunch will be provided, just bring any beach “stuff” or towels you need. We’ll see you there at 10:30. Call Marlo to RSVP or with any questions 816-9267.
    Highway Cleanup- Meet Julien Monday at 8 am at the Texaco on Highway 147 to help clean up our section of the road. We have all the tools. You can just show up.

    Wagon Train Brunch- Next Sunday, June 30 the Wagon Train campers will be providing a brunch to help raise money for Hume Lake. Join us after church and help send kids to camp!

    VBS Help- We are looking for volunteers to help with VBS August 7-10! Contact Chloe at 258-7166 if you are interested in helping. We could use volunteers who want to work directly with the kids as well as those who prefer behind the scenes work with decorating, check in, and making breakfast.

    Maintenance Help at LACC- as you may know, Ethan has accepted a new job and is no longer on staff with us here. We will have a sign-up sheet at church to help bridge the gap until we find his replacement. If you have an hour or two to come help us out, please let us know. 

    Hope to see you Sunday!
    Matt & the LACC staff.

  • Join us on Thursday, May 2nd at noon to pray over our community and nation.  We will meet at LACC in the Library.

  • Around 2010 Pastor John's wife, Debra, started to have a chronic cough, increased breathlessness with exercise and pneumonia that took about 4 months to recover from. By 2014 the symptoms and recurring pneumonia caused her to begin seeing pulmonologists in Reno. she was treated for asthma with various inhalers that were ineffective. In 2016 her doctors saw a lung mass which led to many tests and procedures without a definitive diagnosis. Eventually a Pulmonary Nurse reviewed her information and gave her the diagnosis of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF). She told us, “You are just going to get worse and there is no treatment or cure ...that was quite a blow, to say the least. She then did a self-referral to the University of California in Davis’ (UCD) Interstitial Lung Disease department and....

    Click HERE to continue reading Debra's God Story

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