Lockport Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church

A Brief History of Lockport, Louisiana

The Work Begins

Lockport Spanish church on Seventh Street in Lockport, Louisiana.

The Larose group started as a church plant with five families on November 14, 2009. Two baptisms, occurred on February 6, 2010. After a year as a group, Larose Spanish was organized into a company by the Arkansas-Louisiana Conference on November 13, 2010. They continued to grow and soon outgrew the meeting place in Larose. After much searching for a new meeting place, the company found a Post Office building for sale in Lockport which they were able to purchase for $45,000 in December 2012. The company’s name was changed to Lockport Spanish SDA Company (Newsletter, 2013).

Lockport Spanish Church Organized in 2019

February 16, 2019, was a high Sabbath when the company was organized as the Lockport Spanish Church (Dye, 2019).

Photos courtesy of LaVonne Dye.


(2013, Dec. 1). Newsletter, Arkansas-Louisiana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, p. 3.

Dye, LaVonne. (2019, Mar. 26). Lockport Spanish SDA Church. Retrieved from eadventist.net.

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