Lakeshore Baptist Church

in Grand Haven

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Community Outreach

We live to serve our neighbors in West Michigan.

Historically, the local church was the center of community life. That’s changed now, but as we see it, we still exist for the general benefit of our lovely West Michigan community. Someone once posed the question—“If your church suddenly ceased to exist, would the community miss it?” Our earnest desire is to be such a blessing and help to the community that they would miss us dearly in such an event.

Lakeshore Baptist Supported Community Ministry Programs

Kids Kampus—is our preschool and kindergarten. We are grateful for the opportunity to provide a safe, fun, and nurturing environment for children in West Michigan.

Love In Action—is a church based “mercy” agency devoted to feeding the poor, housing the homeless, and caring for the lost and hurting. We are deeply committed to partnering with Love In Action on the basis of Matthew 25—“when you feed the hungry, clothe the naked, welcome the stranger, visit the sick and those in prison—you have done it unto me.”

Lakeshore Crisis Pregnancy Center—along with Michigan Right to Life, maintains an important presence in our community. It’s one thing to oppose abortion, which we do, but it’s quite another thing to come alongside and offer help to those who chose life. So as the opportunities arise, we look forward to the chance to serve our community through this ministry.

Forgotten Man Ministries—is an extremely active ministry in the county jails across Michigan. We regularly lead worship services at the jail and are thankful for the chance to do so.

First Priority—is the campus ministry at Grand Haven High School and Middle School. Pastor Andy is heavily involved in this well-established effort to reach students for Christ.

If you are interested in serving our community, contact Jan Norman for details on how you can get involved.

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