Little Cypress Baptist Church

Discipleship


If you are a "church person", you know that discipleship training is when we dig really deep on an issue related to life and God's plan. If you aren't accustomed to church small groups, this is where you not only learn about relating to God and others in a biblical way, but how to understand the Bible for yourself. What's the big deal about the Bible? Everything we call truth has to have some basis for its authoritativeness. The Bible has the support of 100% accuracy of the things God predicted would happen, the witness of changed lives, and many other things that you could learn by attending one of the 5pm classes on Sunday evenings.

Men's Ministry


Our men meet the first Satuday morning of each month at 8am to eat things our wives and cardiologist do not allow. A male speaker from our church or a Christian brother from the area will tell us about how God is at work in their life in a powerful way. The whole meeting last less than an hour and is a great way to get going on a Saturday morning. This meeting is the foundation of our Men's Ministry which includes confereneces, volunteer work, and "Letters From Dad".

Women's Ministry



The Women's Ministry supports the work of the church through mission projects. Fellowships, Bible study and worship. There are many projects planned throughout the year that enable us to experience joy in Christ! We host a Ladies Tea annually to honor our Senior Adult Ladies. We have plans for various support groups, prayer events and much more.

Nutrition Center at LCBC


LCBC is a local Nutrition Center site for Senior Adults age 60 and older, regardless of sex, race, financial status, ect. This program is sponsored by the Southeast Regional Planning Commission and Area Agency on Aging. It is a non-profit organization funded by several local and state commissions. This group meets each weekday morning in the Kitchen/Fellowship Hall of LCBC. They play games, fellowship and enjoy a meal together. A contribution of $2 per plate is requested. For more information call the Nutrition Center in Orange at 886-2196.