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Churches in Baton Rouge, LA
1.Elm Grove Baptist Church
1069 N 38th St0.50 mi Baton Rouge, LA Churches & Places of WorshipBaptist ChurchesChristian ChurchesBaptist Bible Fellowship Churches
Wonderful ministry Manny opportunities to worship and serve the Lord Jesus.
2.Chapel On The Campus Inc The
3355 Dalrymple Dr2.52 mi Baton Rouge, LA Churches & Places of WorshipNon-Denominational ChurchesReligious Organizations
3.Memorial United Methodist Chur Camphor
8742 Scenic Hwy5.46 mi Baton Rouge, LA Churches & Places of WorshipMethodist ChurchesUnited Methodist Churches
Camphor Memorial United Methodist has been a part of the Twin Cities community for 95 years. In that time, the neighborhood the city and the world have changed around us. The internet and our ability to express ourselves globally is a great example of that change. However, our calling remains unchanged: to worship God, to be disciples of Christ, and to serve others. This website is a reflection of our vibrant mission and ministries that serve not only our members but embrace some of the needs of our community as well. It is our hope that you will find what you need on this website. Even with all of our vital pages displayed here, it’s important to remember that ultimately we are about the people: the people we serve, the people we are, and the people we strive to be. I invite you to get to know us. You’ll find a diverse group of individuals with a common greeting: Welcome! Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church of Saint Paul welcomes you to the joy of our fellowship. We believe you will find a caring congregation in which you can worship and serve with meaning. Everyone can participate and have a part in the total life of the church. Camphor Memorial’s spirit is warm and our morale is high. Both the experience and the expression of God’s love are real to us. We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us, find your place of service and let this church be your spiritual home.
4.Antioch A Full Gospel Baptist Church
5247 Ford St4.83 mi Baton Rouge, LA Churches & Places of WorshipBaptist Full Gospel ChurchesBaptist ChurchesFull Gospel Churches
the best baptist church in baton rouge
5.Greater Beach Grove Baptist Church The
5352 Ford St4.84 mi Baton Rouge, LA Churches & Places of WorshipBaptist ChurchesGeneral Baptist Churches
Pastor Keno M. L. Spurlock Sr. Baptist Training Union - 9:00am. Sunday School - 9:45am. Sunday Worship - 10:45am. The Lord's Supper (2nd Sunday) - 6:30pm.
6.Hosanna First Assembly
8850 Goodwood Blvd3.61 mi Baton Rouge, LA Churches & Places of WorshipAssemblies of God ChurchesPentecostal Churches
In the early part of the 1930s Evangelist Raymond T. Richey held revival meetings across the country where thousands of people were saved by the power of God. God greatly blessed the Richey family by confirming His Word with signs following. Many people were healed of sicknesses and disease.One faithful listener to Raymond Richey s radio program, which was broadcasted from Houston, was a widow by the name of Lorena Toups. As Lorena listened her heart grew hungry for the reality of God in her own life. It did not take long for God to satisfy that hunger as one day she knelt in her room and confessed her sins to God, and received Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior.Lorena Toups had a desire to begin a church. She owned a grocery store on Convention Street and decided to begin having prayer meetings there. In 1936 she purchased a piece of ground at 4357 Sherwood Drive. Paul Hart built the church where services began. The church joined in membership with the Assemblies of God on Sept. 27th, 1937.C.M. Carraway had moved to Baton Rouge to work and at the same time, and pastored the church for seven months. Pastor Burns and Pastor Hudnall Greer each pastored from 1941 to 1946. Pastor Lloyd R. Logan, who had pastored the Assembly of God church in Pittsburgh Kansas, came to pastor the Church.In 1947 property was purchased on Oswego Street with the purpose of building a church and parsonage on the empty lots.In 1951 Gayle Jackson accepted the invitation from the church to come to Baton Rouge and have a tent revival. The time was ripe for a spiritual awakening in Baton Rouge and many people heard the Full Gospel message for the first time. God moved by His Spirit and over 5,000 people were saved.In 1962, when Lee Duhon pastored First Assembly of God, 5 acres were purchased on Goodwood Blvd. Ground breaking for the chapel took place in 1963, after construction church services were held in the building.In the fall of 1978, First Assembly Christian Academy was founded under the leadership of Sidney Williams. This ministry of First Assembly touched many families, as children were taught God’s love as well as academics. Many children were accepting Christ at school.In 1980, our present facility was built and dedicated under the direction of Pastor David Kelly and in 1988 First Assembly of God merged with Crossfire Assembly of God, which then became known as Hosanna First Assembly with Glenn Berteaux as its Pastor.In April 1993, our present Pastor, Don Williams and his wife Eileen came to Pastor Hosanna First Assembly.
7.Trinity Lutheran Church & School-Mo Synod
10925 Florida Blvd5.15 mi Baton Rouge, LA Churches & Places of WorshipLutheran Churches
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