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Something for Everyone
Rev. Myra Drummond-Lewis: Revpmd2ndbc@gmail.com
Co-Director, Inspirational Choir
Director, Youth Choir
Bro. Curtis Creagh:
Co-Director Inspirational Choir
Director, Male Chorus
Our mission is to profess the gospel of salvation through ministry of music and song. We aspire to utilize our gifts to usher in the presence of the Holy Spirit with songs of praise and worship, to prepare the hearts of the congregation to receive the word of God, and to provide support through the ministry of music to our church, its auxiliaries and the community.
Practices: Thursdays 7:30 PM
It is the mission of the Second Baptist Male Chorus of Columbia, Missouri to become brothers led by the Holy Spirit with differing beliefs yet shared values. In joy and mutual support we offer musical ministering, spiritual nourishment, affirm the worth of each individual and honor the democratic process. We encourage males from 13 and older to learn and grow together while we labor for God within our chorus, church and community.
Practices: Thursdays at 6:00 PM
The Second Baptist Youth Choir provides young people, from ages 4 to 16, an opportunity to participate in the co-ministries of the Music and Youth Departments of the church. Through these ministries youth are provided an opportunity to develop and exercise the musical talents and spiritual gifts given to them by God.
Practices: Thursdays at 6:30 PM
The objective of the Unity Choir is to train voices and give praise and worship to the LORD through music and song. Membership varies in age from youth to adult.
Practices: Thursdays at 6:30 PM
Sis. Chelsea Moffett - President
As ushers at Second Missionary Baptist Church, it is our goal to meet, extend greetings with joy and enthusiasm and always a smile to the masses that enter through our doors. We strive to be an intricate part of the service by assisting the pastor where necessary and seeing to the needs of the congregation. By providing order during the service, we create a setting that will be comfortable for all to praise and worship God without reservation.
Second Missionary Baptist Church purposes to provide challenging and inspiring ministries that will address the needs of the total person: spirit, soul and body. We are committed to strengthening those seeking a more profound relationship with God so that we might become effective witnesses in the quest to bring souls to Jesus Christ.
Deacon C. Bernard Solomon, Chairman:
Deacon Steve Cox, Vice Chairman
Deacon Ministry of Second Missionary Baptist Church, by the anointing of the Holy Spirit, must serve in the presence of the people, give support to our Pastor and assist in ministering to the spiritual and physical needs of the congregation. An essential part of our mission is to assist in the observance of the ordinances, receive the offerings, greet visitors and assure the spiritual and material needs of the congregation are met.
Deacon Eric Monroe, Chair
The Trustee Ministry stands to maintain a place for worship for the people of God. By the grace of God and instructions of the Holy Spirit we also commit to the care of those earthly possessions within the church facility entrusted into our care. (Luke 16:2a)
Deacon Larry Monroe, Chair
The Finance Ministry serves to oversee the finances of the church ensuring that the church serves as good stewards of the financial blessing entrusted to us for the furthering of the kingdom of God.
We maintain the budgets for the church and each organization. Auxilliary leaders who require reimbursement for approved expenditures should request reimbursement by completing a Funds Request and submitting it to the church office.
Sister Shavetta Cox and Sister Brenda Treadwell Martin, Co-Chairs
The Christian Education Department serves to promote perpetual spiritual growth within the congregation, to encourage and provide opportunities for members to study the word of God. The Board of Christian Education is composed of leaders of all church units that provide education.
Sister Pamela Hardin, Superintendent
The Sunday School of Second Missionary Baptist Church presents Christian teachings based on the Holy Bible by dedicated and committed teachers. It is also a part of our Mission to educate and enhance the receivers of the word to become faith-inspired believers of the cross.
Schedule: Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.
Classes: Beginners through Adults and Special Topics
Young Adult and Youth Ministries
Sister Jessica Mosely, Co-Director
Sister Marcia Collins, Co-Director
Rev. Trina Boone, Youth Minister
The Second Missionary Baptist Church Youth Ministry Mission is to provide an environment to present the gospel by offering Christian oriented activities and programs that develop and matures their relationship with Christ, preparing them, so that they can fulfill the Great Commission.
Sister Ada Thompson, Chair
The Kitchen Ministry, through our faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, strives to glorify God by overseeing the operations of the kitchen including its use, cleanliness and maintenance. It is our desire to make every visitor, member or guest feel they are a special member of God's family.
Health & Wellness Ministry
Sister Phyliss Golden, Chairperson
Through education and prevention, we strive to be a resource for cultivation a healthy body and soul. This includes serving as liaisons between the congregations and other church and community sponsored events and health related promotions; performing in-house blood pressure and blood sugar screenings on a regular basis as well as rendering primary first aide as needed. Our goal is to cultivate more health conscious individuals with an emphasis on the special needs of the African-American community
Women's Missionary Union
Sister Darlene Grant, President
To proclaim the good news that God loves the world. By reaching inward and outward to minister to saved and unsaved through prayer, Bible study, fellowship, witnessing, evangelizing and helping those in need in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Women of Purpose
Reverend Deloris Hill, Director
Women of Purpose International exists to reconcile and nurture relationships among people of every ethnicity, denomination and social status to identify and impart their individual and collective gifts to each other for the strengthening of the body of Christ and the prayerful pollination of those drawn by love to Jesus.
Meetings: Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
Young Women of Purpose
Reverend Wanda Epps:
Our mission is to help equip our young ladies ages 8 through 21 years of age with valuable tools to live purposeful lives and make a meaningful and lasting impact in their communities and across the world as godly servant leaders. This will be accomplished through one-on-one and group mentoring, transformational coaching, interactive sessions, real talk workshops, life skills training, educational and fun-filled field trips and studying the Word of God.
Single Moms Support Group:
The Caring People
Sister Marcia Collins, Director
Our mission is to reach out to single moms and their children, providing support, unconditional love, acceptance and friendship.
Meetings: Each Sunday 4-6 p.m.
Balm in Gilead
Reverend Wanda Epps:
To share the healing word of God through bible distribution, evangelism and supporting body of Christ,
Reverend Janice Threat; firstname.lastname@example.org
To link faith-based organizations, social service organizations and individual members of the community to assist in supporting programs and services developed by FHG, Inc. for youth and their families.
Deacon Bernard Solomon, Chairperson
SMBC Brotherhood Ministry is designed to bring men together to work toward spiritual maturity by studying God’s Word and building relationships. The Brotherhood is open to the men of SMBC and others in the community who want to understand what it means to be an authentic man of God. Our mission is to unite men through the study of God’s Word so they can become a reflection of Jesus Christ in the home, church and community. We aim to build relationships that will promote Christian fellowship and personal accountability.
Meetings: Each 2nd Saturday 9-11 a.m.
Pathway to Maturity
Reverend John Hill
Pathway to Maturity--- exists to reconcile and nurture relationships among men of every ethnicity, denomination and social status to identify and impart their individual and collective gifts to each other for the strengthening of the body of Christ and the prayerful pollination of those drawn by the love of Jesus. It is our desire that a relationship of love, fellowship, prayer and accountability always exist between each man who is a part of Pathway to Maturity.
Meetings: Second Saturday of each month at 10:00 a.m.