“Our History”

 
Our church, a body of Christian believers having the same creed, has had a long and impressive history of work and workers led by capable and dedicated pastors.

Historical Highlights

  • 1906:                     Mission Band formed from Community Charity Group.  Reverend Benjamin Leroy became leader of this band                                                          assisted by wife, Josephine.
  • 1908:                    Beginning of Christian Home Missionary Baptist Church.
  • 1908 – 1930:        Reverend Benjamin Leroy, Pastor, with wife, Josephine.
  • 1930 – 1932:        Reverend William Snow, Pastor.
  • 1932:                    Mother Phyllis Addison led briefly following Reverend Snow.
  • 1932 – 1958:       Reverend Lucious Basil (L.B.) Tolson, Pastor, with wife Mattie and following her death, wife Hulda.
  • 1958 – 1985:       Reverend Mitchell W. Moore, Pastor, with wife Iantha.
  • 1985 – 1986:       Reverend Allen Anderson, Jr., became Interim Pastor.
  • 1985 – 2014:       Reverend Delbert R. Jefferson, Pastor, with wife Minnie.
  • 2014 – 2015:       Reverend Pete Hawkins, became Interim Pastor, with wife Corine.
  • 2015 – present:   Reverend Lucious L. Davis, Sr., Pastor, with wife Kimberly. Our complete history can be found in our history                                                    book as presented by the CHMBC Historical Committee.

Mission/Vision Statement

 

Here at “The Home”, we gather to praise GOD, listen to Him and nurture one another in faith and obedience to Christ.  As we pursue GOD’S justice and peace in every area of our lives, we will commit ourselves to serve our church as well as our community so that GOD can receive the glory.  We believe that by practicing the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20), we will be able to EMPOWER, EMBRACE and EVANGELIZE our Church as well as community and EXALT God in the process.

Our vision is to become a visible Community of Christ-like individuals; building a spiritual legacy of encouragement and hope for the Third Ward Community and the world. 
We are committed to:
  • CREATING a climate of worship that enables people to say “YES” to the love of God.
  • CULTIVATING a community that nurtures spiritual growth in the lives of believers.
  • COMMISSIONING every believer to serve the world through their unique talents and gifts
  • COMMUNICATING the gospel to everyone we can!