LGBC Schedule


9:00 am
Reading through the Bible

9:45 am
Sunday School / Bible Study

11:00 am
Morning Worship Service

6:00 pm
Evening Worship Service
Youth Group
LGBC Kidz Inc. presents SNL - Sunday Night Live


6:00 pm
Prayer Meeting
Women's Bible Study
LGBC Kidz Inc. presents The Clubhouse

7:00 pm
Choir Practice

Latest Prayer Requests

Welcome to LGBC Online
Come to the Garden PDF Print E-mail

Welcome to the official website of Lynn Garden Baptist Church, where our doors are open to people from ALL backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey.


If you are new to LGBC or are considering joining us for a service, it is our hope that you will find us to be a place where you feel warmly welcomed and at home, even if you've never been to church before.  At our services, we present the truths of the Bible in a relevant, easy-to-understand format.

Here at the Garden, we are committed to....

  • Helping people to have an encounter with God
  • Encouraging spiritual and relational growth
  • Assisting people to use their gifts and talents
  • Coaching Christ-followers to share God's love with those around them
Upcoming Events PDF Print E-mail

Fellowship and Ministry Opportunities

10/29   Business Meeting
10/30   Joy Gardener’s Club Event
10/31   Trunk n' Treat @ 6-8 pm
11/1     Blanket America Ministry @ 7 am till noon
11/1     Youth to Fender’s Farm after Blanket America
11/2     Deacon’s Meeting @ 7 pm
11/3     Women’s Bible study @ 6:30 pm
11/5     WMU 6 pm
11/7     Decorate the tables @ 4pm to finish
11/8     Table Top at LGBC @ 12-1 View 1-3 event
11/9     Veterans Day Service
11/10    Women’s Bible Study @ 6:30 pm
11/11    Veterans’ Day
11/17    Women’s Bible Study
11/18    75th Anniversary Meeting @ 6:30pm
11/19    Business Meeting
11/19    Thanksgiving for JAM Families
11/23    Put up Angel Tree (45 kids)
11/23    Lottie Moon Post Office Opens
11/25    Distribute Baskets for JKF @ 8am for helpers
11/25    Community Thanksgiving at LGBC @ 6 pm
11/26    Wednesday Events were moved to Tuesday
11/27    Office Closed Thanksgiving
11/28    Office Closed
11/30    Youth – Fellowship Breakfast
11/30    Lord’s Supper
11/30    5th Sunday Singing

Blanket America Ministries, Inc. PDF Print E-mail

Is an outreach effort begun by one church seeking to be obedient to God’s call to love our neighbors as ourselves. This ministry has grown, and reaches the Appalachian areas giving free new coats and blankets to the needy.

The LGBC brotherhood in conjunction with the Blanket America Ministries, Inc. will be distributing free new coats and blankets!

Saturday, November 1, 2014
From 8 am to 12 noon


Tell your friends, family and neighbors who are in need! Individuals must be present to receive a new coat or a blanket.


Volunteers are needed to be on hand to assist the Blanket America Ministry staff.

Times that volunteers are needed for this upcoming event:
7:00 am to 12 noon
7:00 am – 9:45 am
9:15 am to 12 noon

The only way this ministry can be successful is for our church to pull together and reach out to these individuals.

Trunk n' Treat PDF Print E-mail

Friday, October 31 @ 6 pm - 8 pm

Tell your family and friends to join us in the parking lot for a night of fun and candy. We need people to park a car and give children candy from the trunk. This is an amazing way to meet people and invite them to church!! Lots and Lots of fun!

Prayers and Candy Needed!!

If you are unable to pass out candy at our Trunk n’ Treat event, you can still be a part of the outreach by doing two things…

1. Pray! Pray that God will lead many children to the event and let them and their families feel welcome so that they might return and learn more about God’s wonderful love!

2. We always need more candy!!! The candy goes fast so any donation will be greatly appreciated!  Please drop the candy off at the church office.

A Message From Our Pastor PDF Print E-mail

Dear Church Family,

Carolyn and I want to thank you so much for the kind words, cards, and other expressions of kindness, shared with us this month. I am humbled, but very appreciative of your love. We are finishing our second month of serving the Lord with you and we are truly enjoying it. As I am writing this, our church is getting ready for Trunk ‘n Treat and the Blanket America project. What opportunities God is giving us to share His love.

As I pondered these opportunities before us and others still to come in future days, I was reminded of that verse in Isaiah 6:8, "Then I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, 'Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?' Then I said, 'Here am I. Send me!”

Did you play sports as a kid? I did and loved it. If you played any organized sports through your school or a league of some kind, you probably, at one time or another, had the unwanted experience of “riding the bench.” Obviously, if you loved the sport you were playing, you were chomping at the bit for the coach to put you in. As the famous song, "Centerfield," by John Fogerty says, “Put me in, Coach. I’m ready to play."

When it comes to the Lord’s team, are you chomping at the bit to get out there for Jesus? Isaiah surely was. When the Lord asked the question of who would go for the King of kings, Isaiah’s hand shot up. “Put me in, Lord. I’m ready to go anywhere and do anything for You.” And God responded by selecting him as His spokesman to Judah for fifty years. Isaiah was ready, willing, and eager to play. How about you?

The sad reality is that many Christians are simply Sunday morning bench warmers … and they don’t seem to be too bothered by that fact! When the Lord says, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?” there is silence from so many. Is there silence from you?

Remember, Christianity is not a spectator sport. God did not save us to sit, soak, sour, and stink. He saved us to serve. He wants us to get in the game and put our spiritual gifts into practice … whatever those gifts may be.

Be honest. Are you sitting on the spiritual sidelines? Our Coach, the Lord Jesus Christ, wants to put you in the game. He wants to use your life to make a difference in His kingdom.

You may say, “But, I don’t have the ability!” Well, here is a great truth. God is not looking for people with ability. He is looking for people with availability. God wants people just like you to say, “Here I am, Lord. Use me, Lord, as You see fit.” That is a prayer God longs to answer.

May God bless you! I hope to see you and your family in church this coming Lord’s Day!

Pastor Rick

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