Youth Ministry

Basecamp - Youth Ministry
Purpose: The purpose of our Youth Ministry is for these students to know Christ, follow Christ, and share Christ. We want our students to know the gospel and submit to Christ as Lord and Savior as we teach and preach verse by verse through the Scriptures. We also want our students to be following Christ daily by devoting themselves to the Word, time in prayer, and commitment to the local church. We also want them to share this great gospel with their friends. Every part of our ministries revolve around this from Sunday School to Wednesday night youth service, and our small groups.

Leader: Gerard Lavergne (View Bio)

Times: Sunday School-9:30am-10:30am  |  Wednesday Night Service: 5:45pm-7:30pm
Small Groups: Dependent on group



Nursery Ministry
Purpose: The nursery ministry exists to empower parents to participate in the Discipleship Pathway, and in turn disciple their children.
Description: The FBC nursery invites parents to bring their little ones ages 3 and younger to come play and learn in a friendly and uplifting environment during Sunday service and Wednesday evening devotionals. We’re here to love and serve your little ones as our own, so you can fully engage and grow as disciples of Jesus.

Leader: Lisa Cortez (View Bio)

Dates and Times: Sundays: 9:30 am – 12:00 pm  |  Wednesdays: 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm

Building & Grounds


Building & Grounds
Purpose: To serve Christ by maintaining the buildings and grounds He has given the Church, all for His glory!

Whatever you do, work heartily as for the Lord, and not for men…Colossians 3:23

Description: This ministry is about maintaining the church building and grounds God has given us. We ask for a one weekend a month commitment to upkeep the yard, in which you will serve alongside another crew member. We also encourage attendance & leadership at our quarterly Church-wide Work Days.

Leader: Shawn Snow

Dates and Times: Assigned yard upkeep (monthly). Church-wide Work Days to fix building issues/renovations (Quarterly).



Purpose: AWANA’s goal is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve HIM. Awana’s strives to reach kids, equip leaders and change the world.
Awana reaches kids for Christ through fun, Scripture-rich experiences that lead them to know, love, and serve him. Kids represent the greatest opportunity to make a long-term impact on our work for Christ. Awana reaches kids where they are at and walks alongside them in their faith journey. Those kids who come to faith at an early age discover God’s purpose for their lives and hope for their future. Ministry leaders and parents witness the profound impact AWANA has in reaching kids with the gospel and watching them grow as long-term disciples.
Awana equips ministry leaders and parents to reach and disciple kids who impact their generation with the gospel.
God is at work changing the world through the evangelism and long-term discipleship ministry of AWANA. Kids lives are forever transformed, Volunteers grow as leaders. Families become stronger and churches build community through active involvement in AWANA. Our world needs the hope that only Christ gives. God is using AWANA to raise up kids, parents, and leaders devoted to knowing Scripture, loving him and reaching others with the gospel.

Leader: Paulette Mayon (View Bio)

Dates and Times: AWANA meets Wednesday evenings from 6:00-7:30pm during the school year.

Sunday School


Purpose: The goal of our Sunday School Ministry is to study God’s word with other Christians in a classroom setting. We believe that bible study done on a weekly basis will help challenge and equip the believer to apply scripture in their lives. Our classes are made up of believers of all ages and backgrounds and are geared toward helping you grow in your Christian walk.
Description: FBC Thibodaux has Sunday School classes for all ages. Our adult and college classes walk through books of the Bible verse by verse. Our teachers utilize inductive study methods to helps our classes gain a deeper understanding of the Bible. The adult classes are segregated by age and run from College and up to Senior Adult. We try to keep our class sizes manageable so that you have the opportunity to get to know the people around you. Our children’s and nursery classes utilize the curriculum, Children Desiring God from the Desiring God ministry.

For more about our current adult Sunday School classes, click here.

Leader: Tony Ledet (View Bio)

Dates and Times: We meet every Sunday and begin class at 9:30 A.M.
List of classes and teachers:

  • Children–PreK: John Dighton, Deana Dighton, Tina Detillier, & Lauren Ledet
  • Children–Kindergarten through 2nd grade: Jettie Daly, Alexa Boudreaux, Christa Veillon, & Greg Veillon
  • Children–3rd grade through 5th Grade: Amy Guidry & Carrie Bourgeois
  • Youth: Shawn Snow, David Roy, Jonathan Fontenot, & Adam Bourgeois
  • Adult I: Luke Sedotal
  • Adult II: Jerry Rivet

Women’s D-Group


Women's D-Group
Purpose: We desire to engage and train women through intimate discipleship groups. We hope to help women grow in  areas such as biblical womanhood, doctrine and how to study God’s word. Our goal is to make disciples who make disciples so that God is glorified.

To see the current accountability groups being offered, please check here.

Leader: Jody Snow (View Bio)

Men’s D-Group


Men's D-Group

Teaching Men to be Satisfied in Christ”

Purpose: At FBC Thibodaux, our men’s discipleship ministry exists to follow Jesus’ command in Matthew 28:18-20 to “make disciples” that was faithfully carried out by Paul in 2 Timothy 2:2 by charging Timothy in the way of discipleship. Discipleship has been a way of life for God’s people from the beginning and will continue with us and others until Jesus returns.
FBC Thibodaux has a “Discipleship Pathway” beginning with the expository preaching of God’s word in the pulpit during corporate worship, to more intimate inductive study and discussion led by our gifted teachers in small groups such as Sunday School, to our most intimate form of discipleship that we call D-groups (discipleship groups).
In men’s D-groups, trained men meet with 1-4 other men roughly every other week for 12-18 months to thoroughly study the gospel, walk through key foundational doctrines, and impart biblical study methods of interpretation so that men may be able to fully nourish on God’s word, effectively lead their families, plug into the local church where they are gifted and called, and be able to replicate the process with other faithful men. We build intimate relationships and accountability with each other inside and outside of group meetings by living life together. This intimate form of discipleship, as seen with Jesus, Peter, James and John, has accelerated the spiritual growth and service of our group leaders, and we desire the same for all other men in our fellowship.

Leader: Jerry Rivet (View Bio)



Fellowship Ministry
Purpose: To promote fellowship among FBC member and family’s. Building on church family relationships.
Activities occurring throughout the year:

  • Secret Sisters
  • Tennis Scrambles
  • Fall Festival
  • Thanksgiving Meal

Leader: Jerry & Barbara André (View Bio)