JUNE 6-9, 2021
A SUMMER MISSIONS EXPERIENCE
SERVE TOGETHER | WORSHIP TOGETHER
Examples include: Handicap ramp construction, roofing, etc.
LoveLoud is three days of missional service opportunities designed to engage middle school and high school students in sharing Christ’s love in our tri-county area in a variety of practical ways. It has been an annual effort sponsored by the Liberty Association of Baptists since 2013. Students can be involved in one of three kinds of projects:
Coral Hill Baptist Church | 3260 Coral Hill Road, Glasgow Kentucky 42141
*All LoveLoud participants will rally at Coral Hill Baptist each day of LoveLoud!
LoveLoud 2021 Schedule:
5:00- 6:00pm - Check-In
6:00pm - Orientation
6:15pm - Worship
7:45pm - Team Huddles
8:00pm - Dismiss
Monday - Wednesday
12:00pm - Rally Point Open! (All participants will meet at Coral Hill)
12:30pm - Team Devotions
1:00pm - Afternoon Projects Begin
5:30pm - Dinner at Coral Hill
6:15pm - Day Recap & Giveaways
6:30pm - Worship at Coral Hill
8:00pm - Dismiss
Examples include: Serving at local schools, pregnancy center, homeless shelter, etc.
Examples include: Backyard Bible Clubs, evangelistic sports clinic, etc.
WORSHIP LED BY:
Bridge Worship is a community of writers & worshippers out of The Bridge Church in Spring Hill, TN whose primary purpose is to give fresh expressions of worship to the Global Church through songs that begin in the Local Church. Because worship is a natural byproduct of seeing the beauty of the Gospel, our hope is that the songs we write wouldn’t just cause people to sing, but to see.
Charlie George and his wife Courtney currently have four kids; Aubrey, CJ, River & Manilla. They live in Columbia, Tn, a suburb of Nashville, where Charlie serves as the Campus Pastor for The Bridge Church. Charlie has an intense desire to preach the exciting truths of the Gospel and longs to see lives transformed and renewed by the amazing grace of Jesus.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is responsible for LoveLoud?
LoveLoud is hosted by and sponsored in part by the Liberty Association of Baptists. The leadership team as well as team leaders and assistant team leaders are primarily from Liberty's network of Southern Baptist Churches.
Is transportation provided?
Participants are responsible for arriving at their county's rally point as well as arranging pick up from their county's rally point. LoveLoud provides all transportation during event hours.
Is food provided?
Supper is provided for all participants Monday through Wednesday of the event.
What are the age requirements?
You must have completed 6th grade in order to participate in LoveLoud.
I'm an adult, can I participate?
Yes! After receiving your registration information our leadership team will contact you about how you can serve.
Can I get a refund if I cancel?
We typically do not issue refunds. However, this year, refunds requested before March 13th will be granted. In addition, if cancellation is necessary after March 13th due to Covid, we will guarantee a 50% refund. Also, if needed, registration payments can be transferred from one participant to another no later than May 7th. If you need to cancel, but wish to donate your registration fee, funds will be used for LoveLoud projects.
Why is there a registration fee?
Individual registration fees help cover the necessary costs of the camp elements of LoveLoud such as, food, t-shirt, event bracelet, night programming, etc. The reason registration costs are so low is because Liberty Association subsidizes the cost for project materials.
Can I support LoveLoud even if I am unable to participate in the event?
Yes! If you would like to support LoveLoud financially simply click on the donate button at the bottom of this page. If there is another way you would like to support LoveLoud such as, help serve a meal, provide a team van, etc. please contact
What if I am available to volunteer one day but not all three?
Unfortunately due to the logistics of coordinating hundreds of volunteers and dozens of projects it is necessary that registered participants be available for all three days of service.
Can I be a part of the nightly worship experience if I am not serving as a volunteer?
Unfortunately, not this year. Due to necessary reduced capacities related to Covid19, only registered participants will be able to attend the nightly worship services in-person. However, this year, all nightly services will be live streamed so that anyone can participate virtually..
Will participants be assigned to teams?
Yes. Due to the logistics of coordinating hundreds of volunteers and dozens of projects, it is necessary for our leadership team to make team assignments. We do strive to make sure each participant has the opportunity to serve with a mix of people they know and people they don't know.
Can my church participate if we are not part of the Liberty Association of Baptists?
Absolutely! Although LoveLoud was started and is sponsored by Liberty Association, we are excited to partner with other gospel-centered local churches to impact lostness in our community.
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LoveLoud21 Health and Safety FAQ:
What is the capacity for LL21?
Our overall reduced capacity is based on a plan for the maximum number of participants not to exceed 50% capacity in indoor meetings spaces. We will continue to monitor changes to CDC, state, and local guidelines and make any necessary adjustments. Additionally, individual service teams will not exceed 10 persons.
Will the schedule be different?
Yes. Due to many LL projects being indoors each year in locations that are currently closed to the public (nursing homes, schools, etc.), we wanted to steward the time of our volunteers wisely, and begin each day after lunch, rather than in the morning. However this is the only schedule change in place at this time.
Will masks be required?
Yes, masks will be required indoors at all times (including inside vehicles) and also outdoors when physical distancing is not possible. Each LoveLoud participant (youth and adult) will need to agree to this policy in order to complete the online registration process.
Will youth groups be mixed with other groups for teams and projects?
Yes, this will remain the same as in previous years.
What happens if someone begins to show symptoms/develops a fever?
If you aren’t feeling well or begin showing Covid19 symptoms, you should notify your LL Team Leader and you should stay home. If you begin not feeling well or begin showing symptoms while at LoveLoud, you should immediately notify your LL Team Leader. The participant will be safely distanced from other participants and a parent/guardian will be contacted to provide pick up as soon as possible. We will disinfect any areas or supplies the participant would have used with their team, and their team members will complete a new health screening with temperature checks.
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