This summer, through the Lakeview Agape Mission Project (LAMP), we hosted nearly 100 youth and leaders, from churches around the United States as they gave a week of their time to serving local people and non-profits in and around New Orleans. Their tireless work was an inspiration to all those who witnessed their energy, their compassion, and their smiling faces.
We thank all of those who came to work alongside many in our community, and we invite others who are interested to check out more information on the LAMP page on our website.
This month in March the church worked with the Lafitte Greenway to pick up trash along the green way and to make our amazing city look better. A special thanks to Charlene Berry, David and Susannah Burley and there son for representing Lakeview at this amazing event, Thank you!!!
In April Lakeview Presbyterian Church is having its next Handy Hands event!!! We will be driving up to Hammond to help victims of the flooding last August. We are going to be working with the Fuller Center for Housing. The Fuller Center in Hammond does most of its work with the people whose houses were flooded and destroyed in the flooding last August. We will be constructing a wheelchair ramp or installing floor in a flooded home.
If you are interested in helping contract Patrick Long at email@example.com and he will be happy to get you signed up.