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Supporting Families through Ongoing Ministry (June 2022):

Our commitment to ongoing ministry which includes partnering with parents is the foundation of our mission. While we believe parents are the primary faith-trainers for their children, we are here to come alongside them in that journey. It's one of the reasons we offer age-graded Sunday services, summer camps, and special events for preschoolers, kids, and students. Check out what Heather has to say about being able to send her five children to camp this summer! Your faithfulness to our Decades initiative allows us to fund ongoing ministry each week. 

Groundbreaking for Expansion (May 2022):

On Sunday, May 15, we kicked off the expansion project with a groundbreaking ceremony in which 200 people of all ages gathered with shovels to participate. The expansion, which will add an additional 32,485 square feet to our current 40,000-square foot building, includes a central lobby, new kids space, a 250-seat multi-purpose worship venue, a centrally accessible coffee shop, and multiple new restrooms. Among those in attendance, we were honored to have Mayor-President Josh Guillory and Councilman Josh Carlson as well as Pastors Daniel Kelly (Harvest Church) and Alex Lazard (Destiny of Faith Church). Thank you to all who attended for this historic moment in the life of our church and community. 

Demolition of Ministry Center (May 2022):

Kent Design Build completed the demolition of our 45-year-old building, formerly Roller City. The 33,000-square foot building has served as worship and event space since it was purchased in 1986. 

As it started, Pastor Sean shared, “It’s a bittersweet day as this building has had so much ministry for decades⸺so many small groups, worship services, gatherings, meetings, people finding community, and so many people led to Christ in this place. We are thankful for the use of this building, but we’re excited about what the future holds."

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Supporting The Refinery Mission (April 2022):

Our commitment to making a difference in Acadiana and beyond has never been stronger. Part of our Decades initiative over the next two years includes investing in our ministry partners. We continue to be committed to living and loving like Jesus by serving those most in need. That's why we were excited to give a donation check to The Refinery Mission as they expand their campus to provide transitional housing for men.

DeCommissioning & Soft Demo of Ministry Center (March 2022):

As a first step to demolition, we paused to thank God for the years of use from the Ministry Center. We thanked Him for the lives changed and for what He can do with the items we're salvaging and repurposing to further the mission of Habitat for Humanity. Over the course of several days, volunteers from The Bayou Crew, Kent Design Build, and UL Lafayette students dismantled doors, light fixtures, toilets, and more to sell in the two Habitat ReStore locations. Proceeds from the ReStore are used to help build homes in Acadiana. 

Commitment Sunday (February 2022):

Everything starts with a seed. But nothing happens until the seed is planted. On Sunday, February 20, our church family planted seeds of generosity by making their 2-year commitments to our Decades one fund on Decades Commitment Sunday. We celebrated with Viva La Waffle. 

Advance Commitment Night (February 2022):

Our leaders stepped up on Thursday, February 10, to make their 2-year commitments to our Decades one fund which will cover ongoing ministry, Make A Difference Fund, and future expansion (new building).

Check out what they had to say about why they are committed to Decades!

Stories from Decades

Check out these stories of people who share why they are committed to the Decades initiative.

Mike and Brandi's Story

Stephanie's Story

Brad and Kelley's Story

Jake and Emily's Story

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Jarrett and Sara's Story: