“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, un-moveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord”  (1 Corinthians 15:58).


New Antioch Baptist Church has a strong and vibrant network of spiritual ministries to replenish and revive Believers. See what outreach, biblical research, and community activities are right for you and get involved today!



Rhema Christian Bookstore Ministry

The Christian Bookstore Ministry is an on-site resource center offering quality books, audio-visuals, and gift items that edify the most discriminated Believer.

Food Pantry Ministry

The Food Pantry ministry provides food to needy families and then shares the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Before each visit, we ascertain the family’s food needs and then purchase and deliver the food to those in need.

Helping Up Mission Ministry

The Helping Up Mission ministry seeks to assist those who need constant care and support.  The ministry helps feed the resident members with food and clothing, the Word of God, and prayer so that the men might see Christ and gain hope.  We also supply toiletries and books.


Marriage Ministry/Homebuilders

The Marriage Ministry’s goal is to provide support, guidance, encouragement, and mentoring through human and written resources using Family Life Ministries’ Homebuilder’s study guides.  The ministry also equips couples with the tools to build their marriages, resolve conflicts, deal with financial issues and grow together in Christ.

Scholarship Ministry

The purpose of this ministry is to expose the youth of the church and the community to as many occupational opportunities and educational facilities as possible.  As a ministry, we assist the youth in seeking, initiating, and following up with the application process for scholarships and financial aid and reward monetary awards to qualifying applicants. Application 

Senior Outreach Ministry

The function of this ministry is to act as a catalyst to implement holistic needs (spiritually, physically, mentally, and socially) for all citizens at NABCOR and surrounding communities.  In addition, this process is expected to help strengthen family ties and reach the lost for Christ.