LoveLoud will be held June 25-30, 2017. Registration is now open.
LoveLoud Pike is a local, annual missions event, organized by the Pike Association of Southern Baptists. During the week-long event, local churches partner together to perform acts of kindness in the name of Jesus Christ throughout Pike County and beyond, according to 1 John 3:18. Adults as well as students at least 12 years of age can participate in construction projects, community service, backyard Bible clubs, and outreach/evangelism.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is LoveLoud Pike?
LoveLoud Pike will take place June 25-30, 2017. Mission projects will take place during the day Monday-Friday. Dinner and an evening worship service will take place at Grace Baptist Church each evening.
Who can participate in LoveLoud?
Adults and students (age 12 and up) from Pike Association churches as well as other like-minded evangelical churches are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Will childcare be available?
Childcare will be available during each evening worship service for children ages newborn-Pre-K. Backyard Bible Clubs will be available for children ages newborn-11 years old during the day so that parents can fully participate on a LoveLoud mission team.
How do I register?
Download the 2017 Participant Application here. Return completed application with payment to the Pike Association office by May 8, 2017. No applications will be accepted after this date.
How much does it cost to participate in LoveLoud?
The LoveLoud registration fee for 2017 is $85 per participant.
What is included in the registration fee?
Each LoveLoud participant will receive a LoveLoud t-shirt, daily devotional booklet, lunch and dinner each day, and transportation to/from ministry site each day.
What type of projects occur during LoveLoud?
There are 4 types of LoveLoud projects: Backyard Bible Clubs, Community Service, Construction, and Outreach. Past projects have included building wheelchair ramps, roof repairs, porch repairs, flooring installation, landscaping, painting, lawn care, free car washes, free yard sales, water bottle giveaways, light bulb giveaways, Bible distribution, block parties, prayerwalking, and community needs surveys.
Are there other ways to serve?
Yes! Lunches have to be prepared and delivered each day to all of our mission teams. If you would like to serve as a Meal Prep Team Member, download the Meal Prep Team Member application here. There is no registration fee to serve as a Meal Prep Team Member, but you can order a LoveLoud t-shirt for $10.
Who will be the speaker during the evening worship services?
We are pleased to have Dr. Jeff Pennington back with us again for 2017. Dr. Pennington currently serves as the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church Smyrna, just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
Who will be the worship band this year?
We are pleased to have Joe Frey back with us again for 2017. For more info about Joe, visit http://www.joefreymusic.com.
I still have questions. Who do I contact?
Contact the Pike Association office at (606) 432-2660 or email Jason Lowe, Pike Association Director of Missions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LoveLoud 2016 Highlights
LoveLoud 2016 featured 110 registered volunteers representing 12 different churches from the Pike Association. Through the hard work of these volunteers, we were able to complete the following projects in just five days:
- 500 Bibles distributed
- 900 gospel tracts distributed
- 400+ cars washed for free
- 15 home repair projects (wheelchair ramps, roof repairs, new flooring, etc.)
- 12 community service projects (landscaping, painting, lawncare, etc.)
- Hundreds of free bottles of water distributed
- Thousands of clothing and household items given during our “free yard sale”
- 1 neighborhood block party
- Prayerwalking and community needs surveys
- Several gallons of lemonade passed out
- Hundreds of individual acts of kindness
Check out some of these photos from LoveLoud 2016:
Please make plans to join us for this year’s LoveLoud Pike event on June 25-30, 2017! Registration is now open!
1 John 3:18: “Little children, let us not love in word or talk, but in deed and in truth.”