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Relationship with God

The story of the Bible is a story of worship. Every single human being has been created to worship God. The sin in every heart and the sin in this world cause us to worship everything else besides God. When God saves a person through the message of the gospel, the heart is changed and is compelled to worship God alone. All of this points us towards the truth that a day is coming when every person will worship the one true God. When Jesus returns, every knee will bow before the glory of the Lord. This reality is the reality that drives everything we do at LaGrange Baptist Church. We minister with the awareness that everyone is worshipping something, and the call of the gospel is a call to turn from lesser things to worship the living God, the God we have been created to worship. After all, worship is simply our response to what we value most. Therefore, we want to honor God as the only One worthy of our value, praise, and worship.

Worship Times

Sundays

10:45am – Worship Service

Wednesdays

6:30 – LBC Café (coffee, conversation, and community for adults)
6:30 – Choir Practice
6:30 – SEEDS (6th grade and under)
6:30 – LaGrange Student Ministry (7th-12th grade)

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As a church, we make it our aim to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ and make disciples of Jesus Christ. A disciple is one who worships God and is growing in his/her relationship with God. We want everything we do as a church to serve this purpose. Everything from our preaching of the Bible to our participation in mission trips, from serving the community together to eating meals together, from our work places to our worship services, worshipping God is a relationship that colors all of life. See the links below to learn more about our preaching and music ministries and what you can expect on a Sunday morning at LaGrange Baptist.

Recent Sermons

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Cam Potts - February 21, 2021

Esther 2:1-18

From Series: "Esther: Faith in a Faithless World"

A study through the Old Testament story of Esther.

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Worship

Come as you are

Worship is two-fold. It’s intended to glorify God and be mutually encouraging to others. God, in supreme humility, takes the praise we give and makes it something that benefits us as well. And, you’ll find we need it desperately.

Our worship ought to encourage the people and glorify God. We strive to do that here. So come! Wear what you want, sing how you want, lift and clap your hands, praise God with shouts and with tears. You will be guided in gospel-saturated worship every Sunday morning.

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