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2018 Year of Prayer for Cancer Alley

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Litanies for Children

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Click here for FARM AID information

The LIC employs a Farm Advocate,  and occasionally small grants are available for household needs for farmers affected by disasters.

Upcoming Board Meetings:

49th Annual Assembly

March 11-12, 2019, Lafayette


Fall Board Meeting 2019

Sept. 23-24, 2019, Monroe

Board Meeting ARCHIVES

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The 55th Annual GPB is scheduled for:


April 10, 2019

Email info@lagpb.org for more info. or go to:

www.lagpb.org to reserve a table or order Individual tickets for the upcoming GPB.

outline of state, with Baton Rouge feautured

More info at : www.lagpb.org


Down Walls


"For He is our peace, who has made us both one, and has broken down the dividing wall..."



The L.I.C. periodically holds Ecumenical Orientation Conferences around the state.  Watch our website and/or newsletters for the schedule of the next "Breaking Down Walls" event.

Click here for information from the first workshop held and to find links to some of the presentations used for each workshop.

On the light side -

After the Tornado

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Bible Sales

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Boudreaux's Confession

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Laughing with our Members

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Reading Romeo & Juliette?  

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Held annually on

October 1st:


Peace Day

We hope that you will hold a special observance in your home/church area!

Louisiana Interfaith Disaster Recovery Network, Inc.

Find out more about LIC response to Recent Disasters and find some helfpful links







Week of Prayer, Jan. 18-25th






48th Annual


2018 Fall Board Mtg




And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Juda, art not the least

among the princes of Juda...      Matthew 2:6a

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2018 YEAR of PRAYER for CANCER ALLEY in Louisiana

The LIC Board of Directors passed a resolution at the 2017 Fall Board Meeting, designating 2018 as a Year of Prayer for Cancer Alley in Louisiana. 

Cancer Alley is a well-known area along the Mississippi River between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, which contains numerous industrial plants.  In this River Parishes area, higher than normal cancer rates of lung and kidney cancers are found, as well as an abnormally high rate of some rare cancers.

Kickoff event: Around 60 people gathered in the small community of Welcome, LA (in St. James Parish) for the opening service of the 2018 Year of Prayer for Cancer Alley held on Saturday, January 27, 2018.  The event was hosted by Mount Calvary Baptist Church, with prayers offered by many pastors whose church members have been affected by the higher rates of cancer in the Cancer Alley area.  The LIC Stewardship of the Environment Commission is partnering with the LA Bucket Brigade and others in addressing these concerns. 

Other services have been held throughout the year of 2018. 



Event photos courtesy of the Louisiana Bucket Brigade


Our LIC Executive Director, Fr. Dan Krutz was among those attending the January event (see photo on left), as well as other events Various participants have given first-hand accounts of how cancer has affected their lives and families.  Please remember to keep the peoples of this petrochemical corridor area in your prayers.

Coastal Creation Care -

St. Francis of Assisi has been declared the Patron saint of those who promote care for nature.  He died in October of 1226, and his life is recommended as a guide for animal and nature lovers, environmentalists and ecologists, showing us how to live in a way that respects and honors nature as God's creation.

  St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day is held annually on October 4th.  We hope this day will be a reminder for you to do your part in saving our wetlands and wildlife here in the Gulf south area.   To stay up to date about how you can support the coast, visit: http://mississippiriverdelta.org  


The 13th Annual Day of Prayer For Protection From Hurricanes

was held on June 1st, 2018

Even as we continue to remember those affected by previous Hurricanes, we lift up prayers for

protection from future hurricanes and storms. 

There is only One who can calm the storms

in our lives!

and prayers of thanksgiving for many answered prayers

Prayers for June 1st and beyond

God our Father, Creator of the Universe and Lord over all creation, we humbly stand before you as your children in thanksgiving for your loving care and protection. We ask that you keep us safe from all hurricanes which may threaten us in the coming season. Protect us from all fear and anxiety of storms and give us an ardent trust and hope in Your love and mercy. You alone bring peace, calm and safety. Father, we thank you in advance, for You are our only Refuge. We ask this through Jesus Christ Your Son, Who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.


God, Our Father, Creator and Lord of the universe, You have set the earth on its foundation and all the elements of nature obey Your command. We humbly beseech You to keep us safe from all dangers and calm the storms that threaten us. May we be secure in Your loving protection and serve You always with grateful hearts. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, One God, forever and ever. Amen.



Children's Anti-Poverty Initiative

Your church or organization can be involved - often at no cost to you!  We need you - join the campaign!

Click here to find out more about the Bread or Stones program

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...What man is there of you, whom if

his son ask bread, will he give him

a stone?        Matthew 7:9


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Louisiana Interchurch Conference

Mission Statement: 

“To live the faith we hold in common”

LIC—What is its Purpose?  Recognizing that Jesus calls all people to be one, the Louisiana Interchurch Conference, representing diverse communions, strives to proclaim in word and deed to the people, churches and institutions of Louisiana that faith which we hold in common, in the hope that by our common witness we will grow toward greater unity in Christ Jesus.

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