The D'Arbonne Church of Christ is a congregation that openly welcomes everyone. We have a large group of young children and teenagers, a few college students, a number of young married and  middle aged couples, and a few senior citizens. We are a multi-racial congregation where social and financial statuses are irrelevant. You will find a congregation that welcomes you with open arms no matter who you are or what your background is. The church at D'Arbonne enjoys a wonderful family atmosphere where building community is a real priority. We are interested in the spiritual development of all within the context of God's family.
Terry Baze

Brother Terry Baze is the evangelist at D’Arbonne Church of Christ in Farmerville, Louisiana.  Terry began his work at D’Arbonne in June 2000. Before moving to Farmerville, Terry previously worked with the church in Tyler, Texas.  On the first Sunday, Terry preached to a small crowd of 32 and today our congregation has grown to more than 140.  Terry’s goal for the D’Arbonne Church is to, “Grow to be a community of believers who bring glory to God as we follow Jesus in loving relationships.”   Terry feels a personal joy and privilege to work with so many people who are seeking the Lord with such love and enthusiasm.
Our Elders
Mark Elliott Sr.
was born in
Los Angles, California. In his childhood Mark moved
Jamie Orten
is one of the elders at D'Arbonne and has been a member of the
Glen Post Jr.
also affectionately known as "Big Daddy" at D'Arbonne. Brother
Glen Post III
Glen has been a member of the Church of Christ for over forty years and has
Our Deacons
Jimmy Blake
has been a Christian for 39 years. He has been married for 35 years to
Lyndon Carpenter
is a deacon at D'Arbonne Church of Christ. He has been
Mark Elliott Jr.
has been a member of the church of Christ for twenty-six years. Brother
Dane Raymond
has been a member of the Church of Christ for over twenty years and has