“As iron sharpens iron,
so one man sharpens another”
LBC’s small groups are where people meet
to study the Bible, fellowship, pray, minister, and grow together,
discussing the issues and challenges of life.
It’s a time where spiritual growth happens through
knowledge and application of God’s Word and where people pray for one another.
We believe that life transformation happens best through small group environments where people experience the love of Christ, care, accountability and belonging
through close personal relationships.
Our Baptist Men meet and fellowship the first Wednesday night of every month except July and December. The men, come out and enjoy a delicious supper prepared by several of our cooks. We will eat promptly at 6:00 and have a brief program starting around 6:25 to 6:30. We generally have a guest speaker every other month, the alternate months we have a brief devotional. We dismiss around 6:50 PM and ask participating men to contribute $7 to cover meal expense, the balance becoming part of our mission fund for assisting with needs and projects in the community.
If you are not attending our fellowship,
please consider coming out and being part of a great program.
You do not have to be a member to attend.
WAKING UP WITH THE WORD
Waking up with the Word is a small group of believers who meet on
Thursday mornings at 7 am in the fellowship hall. We open with prayer requests,
updates on members, general greetings, then one person will open with prayer. Someone will read a few verses and we will openly discuss them or any topic that the Holy Spirit leads us to. All comments are welcomed and we don't always agree but we always leave blessed by the Word, the fellowship and with a pure start to the day! The group is open to anyone wishing to join us. You are not required to attend every week, just come as you will! We look forward to seeing you there!
MID-WEEK BIBLE STUDY
Mid-week Bible study is held every Wednesday beginning at 12:30 pm. This small group welcomes both men and women and has been meeting over 15 years. We delve into particular books of the Bible and often use some writings of Beth Moore and others. This is a very conversationalist group and we would love for you to join us in the Tomlinson Room on the first floor of the educational building if this fits your need and schedule.
WOMEN OF PURPOSE
The Women of Purpose meet the third Sunday evening
of each month for a time of fellowship, discussion of
upcoming opportunities for service within the church and community,
and for learning more about the purpose that God has for each of us!
During some meetings we may just fellowship over a meal,
we may have inspirational guest speakers, or we might work on a specific mission like filling goodie bags for our neighbors at the manor!
No matter what each meeting holds, we always leave more joyfully that we came!
It is important that each woman of the church understand
that she is both needed in order to fulfill God’s purpose
and wanted to be able to share in the joy of service to the Lord!
We hope to see you at our next meeting at 7pm on the third Sunday of each month!
SERVICE AT THE MANOR
Louisburg Baptist Church has for many years conducted special services
at the local assisted living center, the Louisburg Manor located at 114 Smoke Tree Way.
A rotation of five different Sunday School teachers lead in prayer and Bible Study every Sunday morning at 9:30 am in the assembly room at the Manor.
The "Explore The Bible" series of Sunday School literature is used in this class.
Louisburg Baptist Church additionally conducts a monthly worship service at the Manor on the second Thursday night of every month at 7:00 PM in the same assembly room.
Earl Oldham leads the singing of great old hymns from the 1956 Baptist Hymnal, and
Brian Miller plays his Hammond Organ installed there at the facility. A special speaker from our church delivers a Bible study and message for this special service.
Regular Lord's Supper services are held annually.
We are delighted to be able to serve our community through this outreach ministry.
While some of the residents of the Manor are longtime members of our church, a wide variety of residents from many denominations and backgrounds enjoy
fellowship with us and each other at our Manor services.
Together, we give God the glory and exalt Jesus Christ, sharing in prayer,
Bible study, devotions, and good old-fashioned singing!
Every Sunday Morning at 9:30am
all are invited to meet in the Sanctuary and pray for the needs of our church families, family and friends, community, state, nation and world.
We dismiss in time for Sunday School.
Every third Thursday at 10:00 am,
a Shawl is knitted by people praying for it's recipient.
With love and compassion these Shawls are woven
and presented to someone each month.