Events

 
 
 
 
 

Bacchus Parade Cookout

Join us this February 23rd right after church for our annual Bacchus Parade Cookout. Burgers and hot dogs will be provided. Bring a snack or dish to share, drinks, chairs, ladders if you have kids. We will bee meeting at the corner of Napoleon & Annunciation. We can’t wait to see you there.
 
Contact Gretchen or Pastor Kehl with any questions.

Ash Wednesday

Worship at 7:00pm Feb 26th. Families can take a break from making dinner and join us for a soup supper before starting at 6:00. The practice of placing ash on the forehead or hand of believers is a public expression of repentance and recognition of our human frailty. It forcefully reminds us of our need for redeeming grace that comes to us through Christ’s death and the joy of life we see in the Easter Resurrection.
 

Crawfish Boil

Join us for our annual crawfish boil with live jazz band March 29th. Our church family invites you to celebrate with us in worship starting at 11:00 and after with fresh boiled crawfish and fixings. Tickets are available for $10 for adults. Kids 10 and under are free! Tickets must be ordered in advance to reserve a spot. Contact Pastor Kehl for more information.

 

Vacation Bible School

At Crown of Life, we host events for people of all ages. We recently held our annual Vacation Bible School for the children in the community.

Family and Friends Day

Crown of Life recently held our annual family and friends day. This is a time when we invite our friends and neighbors in the community to join us for a tailgate and some football. This is just one of our many events where we connect with the neighborhood and just have a good time.
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A Community Facing Church

Crown of Life is a Church that loves our community. Throughout the year, we hold a variety of events open to everyone at any stage of their walk with Christ. From crawfish boils to service projects. Vacation Bible School to days in the Community Garden, we are sure there is something here for you! 
 
 
 

Weekly Blog

News

Highlights of the “every day life” at Crown of Life

The Inner Pup

 
Hot and crowded, yet somehow everyone (and every pup) was cool and organized. The Inner Pup, at the invitation of  Dr. Beth Phelps, used our property to host a Low-Cost Heartworm clinic servicing 83 dogs from the Louisiana area. We got to meet many new faces in the community and share and invitation to join us at church. We pray this provides us with an opportunity to share the gospel with them in the future.
 
We thank God for: 
– The Phelps and the Indests who made it out to help and reach out to the community

Let it Sparkle

“Let it sparkle!” No, Bob Heier didn’t say that but you can see he wants Crown of Life to sparkle. In his quest to do that Bob sprayed down and cleaned all the siding on the sanctuary and fellowship hall making it look fresh and new. No more green mildew or mud splatters, just siding being as beautiful as it can be. Also a big thanks to Bob for getting down on his hands and knees and scrubbing the men’s bathroom floor and polishing the great room in the fellowship hall, work that has brought a bit more shine to Crown of Life.
 
We thank God for your servant-like spirit Bob.

Water is for outside

We’re on the path to victory in our years long battle to prevent leaky walls in the sanctuary. After exhausting multiple theories in preventing the leaks, it became clear that the brick surfaces needed to be sealed to prevent rain water from leaking through the walls. Randy and Seth have been pressure washing all the bricks (in Greek that would be baptizmos) to help cut expenses before a masonry company comes in and makes the building water tight. Once completed, repairs to pew legs can be completed.
 
If you see them around tell them you appreciate them for baptizing our buildings:)

Some extra hospitality 

It always feels good to be welcomed especially if you are in an unfamiliar place. If you haven’t noticed, there have been little things done to make a visitor’s experience a little more refreshing and inviting. A little touch up paint on the walls in the fellowship hall cover the chips and dings that come with regular wear and tear, a new coffee maker, beautiful altar decorations and flowers for Palm Sunday and Easter, and even a new visitor’s corner in the narthex that one might describe (I dare say) chic.
 
We thank God for all the energy and passion he has given Marta has put in to these projects.
 



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