St. Mary Baptist Church in Porte Barre was set on fire March 26, followed by the Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas on April 2 and Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on April 4.
Authorities arrested 21-year-old Holden Matthews in connection with the fires.
According to the page, the GoFundMe campaign is an initiative of the Seventh District Baptist Association, a group of about 60 Baptist churches in Southwest Louisiana, including the three churches affected by the fires.
“All of your generous donations will be disbursed equally among all three churches for not only rebuilding their sanctuaries, but for the purchase of all necessities lost in the fires, including pews, sound system, musical instruments, etc.,” the GoFundMe page reads.
The campaign had raised more than $25,000 as of Saturday evening.
Church leaders were optimistic about rebuilding and were ready to help their communities start healing.
“It started off a dark moment in our lives, but with the rebuilding process you’re going to see some things … that are going to be very bright for our churches,” Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Pastor Gerald Toussaint said.
In the meantime, congregants have been attending services in churches nearby.
CNN’s Christina Maxouris, Samira Said and Josh Campbell contributed to this report.