As instructed by God’s Word to “consider one another to provoke unto love and good works,” certain ministries are designed to exhort, encourage, comfort and even inspire brethren to be spiritually strong and to keep on in the Work of the Lord. In Lighthouse Bible Baptist Church, such inspiring spiritual gifts are being utilized to edify and build each other up.
The Lighthouse Bible Baptist Church has organized Fellowship Groups, or smaller social circles within the Church community, that cater to different stages of life. Taking part in the activities of the group where a member belongs, according to his or her generation or demographics, is both an opportunity to build genuine friendships with others and an area where the things one has learned from God's Word may be applied in their lives.
These Fellowship Groups within LBBC are as follows:
- HAP or House of Aquila and Priscilla
The married couples and adults of LBBC are encouraged to join this fellowship group, where topics on Godly parenting and biblical principles on family life are often discussed.
This community is further classified into the following:
- Golden Ladies — adult women who are at least 50 years of age
- Burden Bearer's Fellowship — heads of the family, regardless of age
- YWMC or Young Wives and Moms Circle — adult women who are below 50 years of age
The HOE or House of Epaphroditus is the fellowship group for single working men, while the LAC or Lady Ambassadors for Christ, is the fellowship group for single working ladies of LBBC. Also referred to as the Career People, they meet together as HOE-LAC every Sunday afternoon. This group was organized to reach people in the various workplaces where its members are employed.
High School and College students of LBBC are collectively known as the YP or the Young People. This fellowship group was organized to bring the Gospel to the respective schools, colleges or universities where its members are enrolled.
The Lighthouse Bible Baptist Church also organized area-specific fellowship groups known as the Lighthouse Districts. These groups aim to join together members residing in close proximity with each other by dividing them geographically into the following:
Lighthouse District 1
Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Tatalon
Lighthouse District 2
Sampaloc South, Pandacan, Ermita, Sta. Ana, Pasay
Lighthouse District 3
Roxas, Kamuning, Cubao, Projects 2, 3 & 4, Antipolo, Libis, Pasig
Lighthouse District 4
Caloocan, Navotas, Tondo, Espana, Balintawak, Sta. Mesa Heights, Manresa, Sampaloc North, Project 7, San Francisco Del Monte, West Triangle, Heroes Hill, Bago Bantay
Lighthouse District 5
Tandang Sora, Culiat, Pag-asa, Projects 6 & 8, Novaliches
Lighthouse District 6
Commonwealth Ave., Montalban, UP Diliman, Balara, Fairview, Caloocan North, Valenzuela, Bulacan
Light Media Productions (Shine Film Fest, Regular AVPs)
Lighthouse Theater stages original theatrical productions with timeless values at its core. The ministry involves actors, singers, musicians, visual and other artists in a collaborative endeavor where God-given talents are used to serve and glorify Him. Lighthouse Theater develops original stories and composes original Filipino music with a God-centered message that engages contemporary issues in Philippine society.
Lighthouse Chamber Orchestra
Members who play musical instruments such as, but are not limited to, viola, violin, cello, guitar, flute and French horn may use their skills as a ministry by joining the Lighthouse Chamber Orchestra.
Choir and singing groups
Those who are interested in using their voices to glorify God and lift the spirit of the congregation may join any of the following: