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We believe that prayer is vital for our personal and corporate relationships with Jesus Christ.  Jesus is our personal Savior and Lord, and He is also the Head of the Church, so we continually seek His will and direction for our local body of believers here.

If you have anything you would like us to pray for, you can submit prayer requests to the pastoral staff and prayer teams.  You can call the church office directly (503-699-9840), or indicate your prayer needs on the communication card found in our Sunday bulletin.

If you would like to join us for intentional and intimate corporate prayer, we have a monthly prayer meeting on the first Friday of each month.  Contact the church office for more information.

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  • Calendar

  • Service Times

    Join us each Sunday at 9 AM or 10:45 for worship and bible study. Child care provided and all are welcome.

  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Service/Volunteer Opportunities

    Step up in service to God. Check out these volunteer service opportunities and see where the shoe fits!

  • Life Groups

  • Sermons

    Lake Bible Sermon Podcast

    Recent sermons are available as a Podcast or for immediate download.

    Lake Bible YouTube Channel

    Video of recent sermons as well as a live feed of the 9 and 10:45 am services are available on Lake's YouTube channel.

  • Publications

    Lake recommends the following books by our Pastor Jim Andrews. Learn more or obtain copies at

    Dispatches from the Front Lines Book Cover

    Dispatches from the Front Lines

    This book represents a wealth of hard-won wisdom, insights, perspectives, principles and practices learned over now 53 years of pastoral and academic ministry.

    The Finality of Jesus Christ by Jim Andrews and Juli Grose

    The Finality of Jesus Christ

    “Is there really only one way to God?” Many people love to challenge Christians with that question! Was Jesus mistaken when He claimed to be “… the way, the truth and the life?”