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John Lovas

Well-Respected Pastor

Canal Street Church

HQ Phone: (504) 482-1135

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Canal Street Church

Mailing Address - 4302 Canal Street

New Orleans, Louisiana 70119

United States

Company Description

Our church seeks to be a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural community of Christ followers that initiates Christ-centered life transformation through the message and unity of the Gospel. As a community of believers, we value authentic worship, biblical integrity ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

HAMILTON RELAY INC

Education

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

University of Southwestern Louisiana

Web References (11 Total References)


Hamilton Relay : Corporate : What's New

test.hamiltonrelay.com [cached]

John Lovas selected for Hamilton Relay 2011 Deaf Community Leader Award for the State of Louisiana Hamilton Relay : Corporate : What's New

Hamilton Relay Corporate : What's New
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John Lovas selected for Hamilton Relay 2011 Deaf Community Leader Award for the State of Louisiana
(September 17, 2011)
John has built a reputation as a leader in the community and has been instrumental in bringing the hearing and deaf communities together through various types of social and educational activities. He has been a well-respected Pastor of the Canal Blvd. Baptist Deaf Church in New Orleans for the past 15 years and has been in the pastoral ministry for the past 20 years. He graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1985 and attended the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina flooded the area and essentially destroyed the church that John spent so many years building. He and his family were forced to leave. Immediately after relocating, John focused on ways to locate and assist a countless number of senior citizens and deaf individuals in New Orleans - helping many relocate within Baton Rouge and other parishes for their safety. He spent many hours providing assistance and working with the Red Cross to search for families and their loved ones who were relocated across the country.
Over many months after the hurricane, John rebuilt his church. Through his leadership, the deaf community slowly reestablished communication and other social activities. John became the sponsor of monthly meetings where he invited students, educators and friends to meet. John and his wife developed a webpage that kept everyone informed on events happening in the city and in the church.
John has been described by his peers as a compassionate, non-judgmental individual. We applaud him for all the efforts he has put forth in the community and are pleased to present him with this year's Hamilton Relay Deaf Community Leader Award.


Hamilton Relay : Corporate : What's New

www.hamiltonrelay.com [cached]

John Lovas selected for Hamilton Relay 2011 Deaf Community Leader Award for the State of Louisiana Hamilton Relay : Corporate : What's New

Hamilton Relay Corporate : What's New
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John Lovas selected for Hamilton Relay 2011 Deaf Community Leader Award for the State of Louisiana
(September 17, 2011)
John has built a reputation as a leader in the community and has been instrumental in bringing the hearing and deaf communities together through various types of social and educational activities. He has been a well-respected Pastor of the Canal Blvd. Baptist Deaf Church in New Orleans for the past 15 years and has been in the pastoral ministry for the past 20 years. He graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1985 and attended the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina flooded the area and essentially destroyed the church that John spent so many years building. He and his family were forced to leave. Immediately after relocating, John focused on ways to locate and assist a countless number of senior citizens and deaf individuals in New Orleans - helping many relocate within Baton Rouge and other parishes for their safety. He spent many hours providing assistance and working with the Red Cross to search for families and their loved ones who were relocated across the country.
Over many months after the hurricane, John rebuilt his church. Through his leadership, the deaf community slowly reestablished communication and other social activities. John became the sponsor of monthly meetings where he invited students, educators and friends to meet. John and his wife developed a webpage that kept everyone informed on events happening in the city and in the church.
John has been described by his peers as a compassionate, non-judgmental individual. We applaud him for all the efforts he has put forth in the community and are pleased to present him with this year's Hamilton Relay Deaf Community Leader Award.


Workshops

www.albcdeaf.org [cached]

Guest Speaker: Pastor John Lovas, Canal Blvd Baptist Church of New Orleans, La.

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John Lovas


Deaf Church in New Orleans - Updated May 23, 2006

www.foresthillsbaptist.org [cached]

John Lovas, pastor of Canal Blvd. Baptist Deaf Church in New Orleans, has been keeping a long list of displaced deaf persons.

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John Lovas, a deaf man living in St. Martinville, Louisiana, moved to New Orleans to attend the seminary.Eventually John was called to this church.He has been at Canal Blvd. ever since! The Deaf Church is located on a beautiful, long boulevard.
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John is in the process of fixing the foundation and scheduling other volunteers to come and put up sheetrock, cabinets, flooring, plumbing etc...


Announcements

www.peopleplace.org [cached]

Our camp pastor was John Lovas.He is pastor at the Canal Blvd. Baptist Deaf Church in New Orleans.He challenged us to "Get out of the Boat" and get busy working to win the Deaf for the Lord.

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