Since everyone matters, the Safety Team is responsible for ensuring the safety of our guests and members. Our safety team members are friendly, able to spot unusual things and calm in stressful situations. The Safety Team is comprised of four teams.
Parking Lot Team
The Parking Lot Team will support our members and guests through friendly, interactive contact, paying particular attention to visitors and guests as they make their way on campus.
The Medical Team will be prepared to be available to help in cases of medical emergencies on campus
Law Enforcement Team
Provide protection and leadership during emergency situations
The Sentinel Team’s responsibility is “to stand and keep watch.” The Sentinel Team is to be on the alert for anything suspicious that may be taking place and contact our Law Enforcement Team, be on the alert for emergency medical situations, and in the event of natural or man-made disaster, the Sentinel Team, will guide our members and guests to predetermined safe locations.
Everyone Matters so we make sure people are greeted warmly, taken where they need to go, and introduced to members of FBCH. Our Welcome Team is outgoing, friendly, & always smiling. Most importantly, they love people & they love Jesus. The Welcome Team is comprised of five teams.
Greeters provide one of the first personal and physical touches that most people will receive at FBC Haughton as they come on campus, which is why it is so important that this interaction is a positive one!
Visitor Escort Team
The Visitor Escort Team help escort our guests to a Sunday School class, beginning with taking the youngest child to their class first, then the next oldest, etc… until you escort the guest to their class.
The Information Team serves in both of our information centers, providing information about upcoming events, assists with event registration, and finds answers to questions they do not know
Ushers provide a critical role for our Host Team by ensuring our guests and members are greeted warmly and that they are able to find seating.
Help & Care Teams
The Baptism Team helps baptismal candidates on the day of their baptism with robes, towels, opening the baptistery, and ensuring the baptistery is ready for use the next time.
The Prayer Team prays earnestly for our staff, the Sunday School leaders, our membership, the lost in our community and around the world, our missionaries and mission work, our local, state, and national leadership and any specific prayer requests that are made.
The Bereavement Ministry coordinates feeding families and comforting them during the loss of a loved one.
There are times in life when we need help figuring out the next steps to take. We have a counselor available to help with these special needs.
Help count tithes and offerings each week.
Encourages shut-ins with visits and by bringing the monthly newsletter.
Help those in need of assistance during difficult times.
Coordinated disaster relief through the Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief Teams.
The Fellowship Ministry Team coordinates all of our church-wide social events, including setup and clean up!
Deliver “thank you for visiting” packets to our first-time visitors before they get home from church on Sunday
Picks up children and families who do not have a way to get to church
A new ministry aimed at loving on military families in our church and in our communities
Taking the Gospel to those who cannot come hear it at 105 East Washington. This ministry started in August 2004. A Sunday School lesson led by the Single Adult Class on first and third Sunday of each month and one of our pastors leads in worship on the last Sunday of each month. We also provide Christmas gift packets given to every prisoner and Christmas cards are given to each prisoner to send to his family members. We are also able to help indigent prisoners with toiletry and undergarment needs. Our adult choir has given concerts and led worship for the men on several occasions. We were also privileged to help support and build a chapel at the prison.