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The mission ministry is a group of women who share a love of service to others.  Through sacrificial gifts of time, talent and treasure the mission seeks to meet the needs of persons in need of the loving touch of God.

Jesus said in the closing verses of Matthew to, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you” (28:19-20) We see in Jesus' words three areas of mission evident in the Great Commission:

  • Senior Mission-   A group of seasoned women who study God's word to prepare to show others; they pray for our church and others and carry God’s word into homes, hospitals, and nursing facilities.
  • Mission in Action- A group of younger women who train under the Senior Mission. They share the good news of Jesus Christ through action.  They are involved in the following service projects: The Ronald McDonald House, Macon Rescue Mission, Angel Tree, Back to School Drive to support children in need and the Ingram Pye School community.
  • Laymen- A group of men who support the total program of the Church in the local congregation, the community, and the world. They inspire other men in the church to have a closer walk with the Lord. They reach out to un-saved men through various community outreach ministries.

For more information please contact the church office at 478-746-0422.


Mother’s Ministry

The Mother’s Ministry is an important and valuable ministry of the church that should be occupied only by mature women of God. The maturity of members of the Mother’s Ministry is demonstrated by one essential quality – love. There is no room for women to occupy membership in this ministry without maturity in love. As the name of this ministry suggests the aim of members who occupy the position of spiritual mothers seek to carry out the objectives, which are to nurture, comfort, encourage and uplift the membership of our Christian family. You must keep in mind that you do not occupy this position to be admired or respected. You occupy this position to serve. And if you serve well, you will be admired and respected.

First, a mother should be a mature Christian. Maturity has nothing to do with longevity of membership, but with character of spirit, that has been developed through one’s obedience to God’s Word. Since this position offers spiritual guidance to the congregation, only a mature woman is qualified to occupy this important position. The qualities of discipline, wisdom and an openness to all members are qualities that reveal a mature Christian.

Titus 2:3 Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good, (Tit 2:3 NAU)

This scripture illustrates the qualities needed in women who serve as members of the Mother’s Ministry.

· Reverent – sacred actions

· Not Malicious – this is the same word used for the devil who is a false accuser of the saints of God.

· Not Enslaved – held in bondage

· A Teacher – instructor

The same high and noble qualities that are sought in these women are qualities that are equally as important for women serving on this ministry.

Women serving on the Mother’s Ministry must possess a holy behavior.

· Women serving as mothers must be patient, slow to take offense, always ready for reconciliation and mindful of the rules of our Savior to secure them without delay.

· They must lend an ear toward listening and not emotionally responding to every disturbance in the church.

· Women of this ministry must cooperate with each other in the spirit of Christian love, and be able to handle disagreements in a manner that is not divisive.

· Mothers must be aware that your conduct and behavior is being continually observed by the membership, and your effectiveness as a mother will be determined by how you are perceived by the membership.

Women serving on the Mother’s Ministry must be sober. This refers to drunkenness, but I want you to understand that you must be sober in your thoughts. You cannot be drunk with power, anger, or any obsession that lowers the standards of this office.

Finally, a mother’s greatest gift is her ability to teach. Members of the Mother’s Ministry must demonstrate through their ability to teach and their godly example, knowledge of our Christian tradition and doctrine.

Through the godly examples of women of the Mother’s Ministry, God’s church can become a real family for those who are in need of a Christian family and a real place for all member’s to call home.

President: Sister Shirley Hutchings




Nurture and Support Ministry
The Nurture and Support Ministry exists to embrace, assist and nurture individuals and families by providing a system of support.  The Nurture and Support Ministry is a department that consist of several ministries that endeavor to address congregational and personal needs in reference to helping members to acquire an understanding of God's word, and to discover how they are to live their lives as mature men and women of God in relationship.  The areas of ministry are:


Marriage Ministry

This ministry is designed as an outlet for married couples to share experiences and to receive practical advice based on the Word of God. This ministry encourages spiritual growth and stability within marriages.  The ministry is open to members and non-members. The Marriage Ministry sponsors and attends conferences, and hosts events throughout the year. 


Fellowship Club

The Fellowship Club is a group of members who meet monthly for fun, food and fellowship.  They meet monthly for no other purpose than to strengthen the bonds of relationships among the membership. 


Women’s Ministry


Men’s Ministry

  Facilitators: Deacon and Mrs. Bobby Jordan,



Senior Mission
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Kitchen Ministry

Kitchen Ministry, Bro. Randy Billinglea

The Kitchen Committee is ultimately responsible for providing all the dining needs of the church. This includes: the purchase, preparation and serving of the food for the various activities of the church.


Need a ride?  Don't worry, we can get you here. Whether it's Sunday morning worship service or midweek programs, we'll give you a ride. Just call us!


The transportation ministry is committed to providing transportation for all worship services and for other church related activities. Please call by Friday at noon. For more information contact Bro. Rogers Lloyd at 478.742.5947, or call the church office at 746-0422 to schedule your time.

Coordinator:  Rogers Lloyd

intercessory prayer

“Prayer is not only a privilege; it is a necessity, for without its exercise we are cut off from the Source of love, light and life. Communicating with God must be the element in which we live, move and have our existence.” (Rev. Robin Graham)

The purpose of the LCBC prayer ministry team is:

  1. To actively encourage and promote prayer within the life of the church by being open and responsive to the working the Holy Spirit
  2. To pray that God’s love, guidance and healing power would be released for the benefit of His people and to His glory
  3. To encompass the pastor with prayer by praying for his family, his protection and his vision as it relates to God’s Kingdom work.

Every member of this ministry has a special calling to intercede for others. They also exhibit an acute sensitivity to the Spirit of God as well as a high level of spiritual maturity.

Persons desiring prayer may reach us by:

  1. Filling out blue request forms and placing in offering plate.
  2. Go to the home page and click on calendar and locate intercessory prayer. Click on prayer and follow the prompts.
  3. Call the church office at 478-746-0422 and they will forward request.

Facilitator:  Rev. Robin Graham

Service and Support

As the title suggests, this ministry involves offering services to the church and the community that  contributes to enhancing the quality of life for our friends and neighbors.

Food Bank, Sis. Mae Smith

The Food Bank provides a nutritional service to those in need. This ministry is made possible through the USDA Food Service, Bibb Food Bank and membership donations.Food Bank distribution takes place on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 9am- 1pm.

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Kitchen Ministry, Bro. Randy Billinglea

The Kitchen Committee is ultimately responsible for providing all the dining needs of the church. This includes: the purchase, preparation and serving of the food for the various activities of the church.


Dea. Troy Scott and Sis. Dorothy Scott, Facilitators




"Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver"    2 Corinthians 9:7.

The Trustee Ministry manages the church's properties and oversees in the financial matters of the church. The church’s physical property, financial obligations and all other assets are the responsibility of the Trustee Ministry. Trustees provide direction and offer leadership in caring for the grounds and facilities, and processes, capability and capacity to help further God’s work.

They hold in trust the church property, and upon specific vote of the church have the authority to buy, sell, mortgage, lease, or transfer any church property.  When the signatures of trustees are required, they willl sign all legal documents involving the sale, mortgage, purchase, or rental of property, or other legal documents related to church-approved matters.

If you have comments, questions, or concerns in regard to the work of the trustee, please direct all quetions to Sis. Theresa Watkins or call the church office.



Women's Ministry

This ministry is in the process of restructuring. Look to hear something soon.


Worship and Exaltation


Phyllis Edwards, Facilitator

Psalm 29:2 says, “Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness.”

William Temple says, “Worship is the submission of all our nature to God.” “What we do in…corporate worship each week is to be a reflection of what we as individuals are doing the other 167 hours.”

The Ministry of Worship and Exaltation is a vital part of the church’s ministry in that each week they prepare and assist a worshipping community to experience the beauty, glory and wonder of an Almighty God. The Worship and Exaltation Ministry helps to create an atmosphere where God’s people are encouraged and welcome to faithfully praise the God of our faith in whatever manner expresses their love for God. Worship and Exaltation is comprised of the following areas:

Audio and Sound

Bobby Jordan - Coordinator

  • Audio Visual
  • Media Duplication
  • Special Events
  • Video Production
  • Musicians


Michael Mims - Coordinator

  • Greeters
  • Ushers


Praise Singers

Christopher- Director

The Praise Singers are an ensemble of worship leaders who lead the congregation in praise during the 8am and 11am worship services

Angel Choir

Deborah Ezell – Director

Nikki George – Pianist

The Angel Choir is a children’s choir for children ages 4-10.

Youth Choir

Rev. Elijah Toney – Director

The Youth Choir is a choir for youth ages 11-18.

Mass Choir

Phyllis Edwards & Christopher George - Director

The Mass Choir is a choir that brings all members of the various choirs together to celebrate in song the glory of God. The Mass Choir sings a mix of traditional gospel, contemporary and spiritual songs.

Male Chorus

Lillie Jordan –Director

The Male Chorus gives men the unique opportunity to join their masculine voices in praise to God.

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