Serving Locally

Promoting Life

Engaging with ministries like Love Life Charlotte and LKN Community Pregnancy Center who support women and families in crisis situations. 

Feeding those in Need

Preparing and sharing meals throughout our community through ministries like Feed the Hunger, Bread of Life and Angels & Sparrows.

Reaching the Community

Connecting families in the community to Christ with Vacation Bible School, food packing events on campus, and monthly connection events all around the Lake Norman area.

Local Missions Partnership

Angels and Sparrows strives to fight hunger in Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson and surrounding areas. Angels and Sparrows serves a nourishing lunch Monday through Friday year round. LNBC volunteers help prepare and serve lunch the first Friday of each month.

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CRM ministers the Good News of Christianity to individuals caught in the crisis of poverty, hopelessness, or addictions by meeting their spiritual, physical, and emotional needs.

LNBC supports CRM financially, with dedicated volunteers who serve breakfast to CRM clients monthly and by providing friendship and fellowship outings to graduates of the Rebound Addiction Recovery Program.

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The Community Pregnancy Center of Lake Norman provides abortion clinic alternative services. Free medical services provided include free pregnancy tests, pregnancy verifications and limited ultrasound for those from Mooresville, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville and Troutman, NC.

LNBC Missions is committed to being an active and engaged partner in the Huntersville Campus of the Community Pregnancy Center that opened in 2017!

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Bread of Life

The Bread of Life Mobile Food Ministry of LNBC is a ministry that delivers free groceries and prepares free hot meals in our local communities.

Bread of Life of LNBC has also been a force in the community for promoting cooperation among area churches and schools. We appreciate the volunteer support and friendship provided by St. Philip Baptist Church, Davidson Presbyterian, Life Fellowship, Southlake Christian School, and many others.

Volunteers can participate in several different ways; shopping and food collection, meal preparation, ministering directly to those in need by delivering meals as part of a team to homes in local communities and going on mission trips where food is used as a powerful tool to spread the Gospel.

If you are interested in Bread of Life, contact Marty Helton.

Serving Regionally and Globally

Feed The Hunger

Feeding massive physical and spiritual hunger around the world. For more information, click here

Church Planting

Working alongside church planters in Mecklenburg County, like Convergence Church. 

Supporting Missionaries

Funding and praying for missionaries in Chicago, Haiti, and Moldova.

Taking the Gospel to the Nations

By giving to the SBC cooperative program and supporting countless missionaries through the North American Mission Board and the International Mission Board. 

What is your Mission?

To find out more information on how you can help bring healing, connection, and purpose to those in need, reach out to one of our leaders.