Congregational Care

The Congregational Care Ministry of Lexington Baptist Church provides care, concern, prayer and support for families and individuals at various stages, places and circumstances of life. The focus of the Congregational Care office is to respond to the care and support needs of the church family and to engage them in the ongoing spiritual, physical, emotional and relational expression of living faithfully within the Body of Christ.

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Our team of pastors and deacons visits hospitals on a rotating basis each week and pastors are on-call each weekend for emergencies. Please contact the Church Office, 803.359.4146, to inform us of the hospitalization of a church member.

Ministry to homebound individuals, whether they are at home or in senior care facilities, is such a blessing to both the individual and the church. More visitors are always needed as new people are regularly added to our "VIP" Member list. To get involved, contact Debbie Smith at 803.996.8843 for more information.

Through generous donations and designated funds to Lexington Baptist Church's Benevolence Fund, we provide care and assistance for our members who may be in crisis and experiencing financial hardship. If you are a member of LBC, and are in need of financial assistance, please call 803.359.4146 to schedule an appointment with the Associate Pastor for Congregational Care.

Of all life's experiences, the death of a loved one is often the most painful and challenging that anyone can go through. Lexington Baptist Church sincerely understands the pain endured by our families. Our staff will assist you in planning the funeral service of your loved one. We will provide comfort, direction and support throughout the process of planning the funeral service and after care if needed. Contact our main church office at 803.359.4146 for immediate assistance.

Rev. Dan Williams is our Associate Pastor for Congregational Care. If you need any assistance with Congregational Care, please contact his office at 803.996.8843 or email  Debbie Smith, Ministry Assistant for Congregational Care, at [email protected].