527 North Boulevard - 4th Floor
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

First Presbyterian Church

We thank Rev. Allison Moody and his congregation for hosting the evening Worship Service!

The Annual Assembly Ecumenical Worship Service was held on Monday evening, March 1st, at First Presbyterian Church of Monroe, 1201 Stubbs Ave.   The Right Reverend Bruce MacPherson, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana preached a sermon on Christian Unity, with other leaders contributing to the service as well.   The service included installation of the currently elected officers of the L.I.C. 

For more info. on the Annual Assembly, including:

business session highlights,

officer elections,


additional pictures (including some of our smiling

Board Members!)

during the Annual Assembly and the Worship Service,

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The 40th LIC Annual Assembly

was held on March 1st - 2nd, 2010

at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Conference Center in Monroe


Theme:   "The Church, the Economy, and the Environment – Facing Hard Times"

Speaker Information:

Dr. David Otto

Dr. David Otto, Professor of Religious Studies and Arthur & Emily Webb Chair of International Studies, Centenary College of Louisiana, was our keynote speaker.  He addressed the Assembly theme and the Church's response to the economic and ecological questions surrounding these issues.    For a printable copy of his lecture, click here.

Professor Robert Mann of the LSU School of Mass Communication, (and former aid to Governor Kathleen Blanco), addressed Louisiana’s economic situation and the State’s funding policies.  He also spoke of attitudes of ignorance or indifference to the economic plight of the working poor, who are struggling to better themselves.   Click here for a printable copy of his speech.

Mr. Michael Schut, Officer for Environmental/Economic Affairs, Environmental Ministries of the Episcopal Church, Seattle, focused on the environmental aspects of the Annual Assembly theme.  He spoke of the beauty of this world which God has given us and of our responsibility to live in symphony with our surroundings.  Click here for summary info. from his speech and helpful resource links.
Ms. Carrie Broussard of the LA Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living stressed the need for tobacco regulations to help further protect our children and citizens in general.   Faith United Against Tobacco is working on a resolution that Churches and other organizations could sign on to, to help promote these ideals.  For more info. go to:  LetsBeTotallyClear.org or http://www.ctfla.org/

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