Wayne Hunt

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Graduate of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary with an Associates Degree in Pastoral Ministry, a Bachelors in Christian Education and a Masters in Discipleship, Pastor Wayne has been the Senior Pastor at Coteau Baptist Church for 15+ years. Wayne has a heart to see people come to know Christ as their Savior. Pastor Hunt has a passion to see people discipled and grow in their relationship with Christ. He believes that a relationship with Christ is the answer to peace, resolve and guidance in life as well as eternal life.

His Wife Anita Hunt is a graduate of Kennesaw University in Kennesaw Ga with a degree in computer Science and a minor in math. She has served our community in the public education arena as a classroom teacher and special education/intervention teacher for 24 years. Anita serves the church as a Sunday School Teacher for women and is our Women's Ministry Leader.
Wayne also serves as a Chaplain for Coteau Fire Protection District and is a Federation of Fire Chaplain Level three Chaplain Instructor. Wayne has been married for 39 years to Anita Foster Hunt. They raised two Daughters who both graduated college and serve the Lord in their daily lives.

Office Manager

Jenny West

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Jenny was born in Covington, LA and raised in Houma, LA. She has one older brother. She has been a single parent for her teenage son Dakota his whole life. She is a Nicholls State University Graduate with a Bachlors Degree in Accounting. She met her husband Joseph West III at Church in February 2021 and they were married on September 20, 2021.

Jenny originally started attending Coteau Baptist Church with her family when she was a child. Her walk with Christ began in June 1997. As she grew up and moved away from her parents, slowly  over the years she turned away from Church and God. However; GOD’s call to come back to Him was too great for her to ignore and on February 11, 2019 she rededicated her life to Christ. It was the best decision she has ever made.  

Jenny officially became the Church Office Manager on February 8, 2021 bringing her back to Coteau Baptist Church.  She is also the Church Treasurer, a Kid’s Camp chaperone, a part of the Van Ministry team, and works alongside her husband as a Youth Volunteer. Being able to work in a ministry with her husband is something that is very important to her. Her husband Joseph is a Deacon and the current Youth Leader; until the Youth Minister position can be filled, and he is also a Member of the Praise Team. 

Jenny believes that ministry is hard work, takes great sacrifice and can be exhausting. However, she also believes it is a blessing, privilege and honor to be a servant of GOD.

“Faithful servants never retire,…You can retire from your career, but you will never retire from serving GOD.” Rick Warren

Worship Leader

Tiffany Boudreaux

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Tiffany was born and raised in Valentine, LA, the fourth of five daughters. She moved to Houma in 1997 where she began to build a home with her husband David. Together they had two sons, Hunter and Logan, who have since grown into Godly young men

Her walk with Christ began on Easter Day in 1996. Broken, scared and miserable He found her at Fort Leonard Wood, a military base, far away from everyone and thing she knew or loved. He took a broken girl and turned her into something new and things have never been the same. In 2010, Tiffany and her family found themselves at Coteau Baptist Church and began serving among others. However, things began to change for her family in November of 2015 as she and her husband began answering their calling from God. The first of many things to come was walking through a door and stepping into the role as Coteau’s Worship Leader. Over the years she has found that leading God’s people in praise is one of her greatest passions in life, as well as one of the greatest blessings. Tiffany and her husband work together to organize Coteau’s Second Harvest Distribution. Quarterly, Second Harvest partners with us to distribute goods to our community. This gives our team of volunteer’s time to offer physical needs and spiritual needs as well. Her husband David also organizes our yearly "Secret Church Event", is a part of our audio/visual team, and is one of our Deacons. In 2016 “Hope Has Risen” Cancer Ministry got its start. A ministry specifically designed to encourage cancer patients, survivors and their caregivers. When all may seem lost, “Hope Has Risen” and His people will stand by you through your battle. She also has a secular job serving as a medical coordinator at Louis Children’s Crisis Center. A local group home for abused and neglected children who desperately need Jesus.

She believes that ministry is hard work, overwhelming and exhausting. However, she also believes it is a blessing, privilege and honor to serve the Great I Am and worth every single second.

VBS Director

Sarah Ahlf

Sarah was born and raised in Houma, Louisiana. She has three brothers, two step-sisters, and one step brother. She has one daughter, Madison. She raised Madison by herself since she was 2 years old. Sarah is a graduate from Nicholls State University with a Bachelors in Secondary Education with a concentration in Family and Consumer Sciences. She is a teacher at Terrebonne High School where she teaches 9th-12th grade students Family and Consumer Sciences. Sarah has been married to Jeremy Ahlf since 2019, whom she met through mutual friends and he is what brought her to Coteau. Her husband is a Deacon and is part of the audio/visual ministry at church.  

Sarah began a personal relationship with Christ as a single parent. Through those years she became reliant on the Lord for strength and comfort. Coming from a different religious background, she did not know about being born again and what that meant. She started attending Coteau when she started dating Jeremy. Her and Madison became regular attendees in October 2016 and became members soon after. At Coteau is where she learned about giving her life to Christ and being born again. 

Sarah became involved with VBS in the summer of 2017 when she helped with the music rotation. Later that year, Sarah joined the praise team where she helps lead worship every Sunday. Towards the end of 2018, Sarah was asked to become the director of VBS. She knew it would be a challenge but she knew she could lean on God and her church leaders when needed. In December 2021, Sarah began teaching children’s Sunday School. She is learning new ways to reach children and is becoming more passionate about leading them. Sarah is excited to see where God is leading her through children’s ministry.


Nursery Coordinator

Cynthia Williams

Cynthia was raised in Shreveport, LA and moved to Houma, LA in 1995 with her husband Jon. They have 3 grown children- Julia, Jessica and Jeremy, 1 grandson Jack and 1 granddaughter Charlie. Cynthia grew up in the Baptist church and accepted Christ as a child. In her early 20’s, she felt that she never really had accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. During a revival, at the church she grew up in, she accepted Him as her Lord and Savior and has been serving Him ever since. She worked in daycare for many years as well as working as a volunteer in the nursery at several churches. In January of 2018, God called her to Coteau Baptist Church where she serves as Nursery Coordinator. She also volunteers alongside her husband in the Children’s Ministry as a teacher of Kindergarten – 2nd graders on Wednesday nights.  Her husband Jon has completely revamped the Children’s Ministry with Team Kid on Wednesday nights and has started Bible Drills. Jon is also the leader of our Senior Adult Ministry and Single Adult Ministry. Jon has a Masters of Divinity from New Orlean Baptist Theological Seminary. 

Cynthia’s belief is that a child is never too young to learn about Jesus and the Bible. “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6