Small Group Worship & Prayer Potluck


Come join us on Wednesday August 13th at 6:30p at the church for a potluck dinner in Room 200 followed by a time of worship & prayer in the sanctuary.

We’re asking folks to sign up to bring food for the potluck. Follow the link below to sign up.

If you have any questions, please contact or call the church office at 504.482.6221

Potluck Sign Up

The Alpha Course


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What is Alpha?

The Alpha Course has been held all over the world since the mid 1990s in churches, homes, schools, universities and prisons. Alpha is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed, non-threatening setting over ten thought-provoking weekly sessions. It’s free dinner, low-key conversation, and friendly fun.


What Happens at Alpha?

The evening begins with a free dinner at 6:30p. After dinner there is a talk given on “Exploring the Meaning of Life”. After the talk, there is a small group discussion time where you can feel free to ask questions and express your opinions about the topic. The dinner is our gift to you. Childcare will be provided.


We’d love to have you join us.

The Alpha Course takes place twice a year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall. It is held at Lakeview Christian Center, 5885 Fleur de Lis Drive, New Orleans, LA 70124. The Fall 2013 Alpha Course begins August 20 at 6:30p and will be every Tuesday night for 10 weeks. If you have any questions, or need help registering, contact the church office at 504.482.6221.

Christmas Musical 2014


We are beginning to set some plans in motion for our Christmas production in December. With a church our size, we suspect there are a number of folks in the congregation with musical/theatrical/technical gifts that have yet to be used. If you would like to participate in this year’s production and you have past experience in any of the following categories, whether or not you’ve participated in anything here at LCC before, go fill out the form below. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Erik Schmaltz at or call the church office at 504.482.6221.

  • Choral (conducting, accompanying, choir, solo/duet/trio, etc.)
  • Orchestral (conducting, instrumentalist, etc.)
  • Technical (production management, sound, video, lighting, powerpoint, stage managing, graphic design, etc.)
  • Theatrical (directing, set design, costumes/props, script writing, etc.)

Christmas Musical 2014 Form

Summer Bible Jam 2014


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Register Your Group

This summer, our Small Group Ministry will be taking a break. But we’ll be using this time to focus on two things: 1) normalizing personal Bible reading, and 2) normalizing Christians getting together to discuss God’s Word.

Sometimes we think of “discipleship” as something that takes place when we evangelize lost people, or the work that’s performed by professionals through ministry programs. But every disciple is called to the process of discipleship, and every disciple is called to be a disciple-maker. Put simply: Christians follow Jesus, and they help others follow him as well. 

Promoting these practices is the goal of our Summer Bible Jam.

Here’s what you need:

  1. A Bible Reading Plan
  2. 2 or 3 other believers to form your discipleship group



Choose one of these tracks to follow this summer.

“Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life” (John 6:68)



When Paul describes how the church is to grow, he presents a vision that involves every believer’s contribution:

“Rather, speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, from whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love” (Ephesians 4:15-16)

Discipleship groups are designed to put this into practice. They’re simply settings for gathering with other believers in order to speak the truth in love to one another, that the body might grow. You set the meeting time and place, how frequently your group gets together, whatever works best for you. But the goal is spending time sharing life and talking about what matters most.

Who could get together?

  • Fathers & Sons
  • Mothers & Daughters
  • Families
  • Men with Men
  • Women with Women
  • College Students
  • Teenagers with Teenagers
  • Friends you haven’t connected with recently
  • Co-workers
  • Leaders with fellow leaders


Four Questions

Here are four questions to ask when you meet and discuss what you have read. Take turns each meeting having someone lead through the questions.

  1. What does this passage say about God?
  2. What does this passage say about humanity?
  3. What does this passage say about the Gospel?
  4. How does this passage apply to my life?


Register Your Group

Let us know you’re participating by registering your group here!

Christ Cares Cancer Ministry


The author of Hebrews invites believers to draw near to Christ and “find grace to help in time of need” (Heb. 4:16). We need only live long enough to experience a time of unique suffering and difficulty. An increasingly common trial among us is the cancer diagnosis. We want to be able to serve those who are suffering in this particular way, both inside and outside of the church body, and so we have a ministry called “Christ Cares Cancer Ministry.”

One of the ways that we seek to serve the community of individuals fighting cancer is our monthly dinner at Hope Lodge. Here are the dates that we will be serving dinner there:

Wednesday, March 5th
Wednesday, April 2nd
Wednesday, May 7th
Wednesday, June 4th
Wednesday, July 2nd
Wednesday, August 6th
Wednesday, September 3rd
Wednesday, October 1st

Here is the schedule for the evening:

4:00 – Food Prep (LCC)
5:00 – Pack up the Van (LCC)
5:45- Arrive Hope Lodge & Begin Setup
6:15 – Worship Begin/Word (Hope Lodge)
6:30 – Dinner Served & Table Ministry Time
7:30 – Clean Up & Pack Van
8:00 – Arrive LCC Unpack Van
8:15 – Finished

Hope Lodge
2609 River Rd
New Orleans, LA 70121

If you are interested in serving, please sign up by clicking here. For more information, e-mail Cyndie Lincoln at

Online Giving


We now offer an option for Online Giving through our website.

Online giving is a convenience that many people find useful. Giving transactions are handled through a trusted, secure site that allows both church members and guests to designate gifts to the General Fund or several other funds. The system allows users to create a profile for return visits, set up and personalize recurring contributions and create e-mail reminders for future contributions.

Click here to give online.

“Not that I seek the gift, but I seek the fruit that increases to your credit.” (Philippians 4:17)

“Honor the Lord with your wealth” (Prov. 3:8)