LET FREEDOM RING
A Tribute to the Harriet Tubman Bicentennial
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 022
Herbert Smith, Conductor and the Tubman Children’s Chorus
Narrator Bill Johnson (former Rochester City Mayor). This event is free and open to the public.
(look for parking signs)
72 Ambrose Street, Rochester NY, 14608
WELCOME TO LAKE AVENUE MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Claimed by Christ...Committed to Community...Called to Serve
LABC 150TH ANNIVERSARY
LABC was founded in 1871. We have had an incredible history, where God has been moving in us and through us in so many exciting ways.
During the 2021-2022 Church Year, LABC will be celebrating it's 150th Anniversary. We encourage you to follow the link below to learn more about the exciting history of LABC and to join us as we move into our next 150 years!
Come back each week as the videos will be changing weekly!
PROPOSED STATEMENT ON ANTI-RACISM
LABC is in the process of affirming a congregation wide Statement on Anti-Racism. At the present time, our Anti-Racism Study Group has authored a statement that has been received and affirmed by the Church Council. During this time of education and conversation, this statement is available below:
WHO WE ARE
“Claimed by Christ...Committed to Community...Called to Serve.”
Lake Avenue Baptist Church is a Christ-centered, diverse, urban, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-lingual, mission-driven congregation of gifted and caring people. We welcome, unconditionally, all seekers of Christ’s love and direction: women, men, children, youth; people of diverse ages, races, histories, abilities and sexual orientations. We are American Baptist, with historically strong neighborhood and ecumenical commitments. We are:
* Claimed by Christ: We are God’s own and are not here by chance. We open ourselves to God’s Light and Love. We look to the Bible for guidance, and we respond to Christ’s call to discipleship.
* Committed to Community: As members of Christ’s Body, we are as family. We gather for creative and meaningful worship, helpful support and spiritual growth. We are building an open, welcoming, caring and respectful community. We uphold Baptist principles and support strong ecumenical and interfaith ties.
* Called to Serve: We respond to Christ’s call by sharing our gifts in acts of service. We reach out as a church to our neighborhood, our city, and beyond. We go into the world to do justice, make peace, and share God’s love.
SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE
Come and Worship With Us
10:00 AM – Worship Service (Main Sanctuary)
10:30 AM – Children’s & Youth Sunday School
11:15 AM – Fellowship Time (Fellowship Hall)
11:45 AM – Adult Education Offerings (Classroom One and Study)
12:30 PM – Burmese Worship (Downstairs Sanctuary)
Audio Loop for the Hearing Impaired