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Camp Springs, MD
 

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  • ABOUT CBCCS/BOARD OF DEACONS

    ABOUT CBCCS
    BOARD OF DEACONS

    Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
      
    We, the Deacon Board, wish to thank all of our members for your support and prayers.  We do indeed continue to solicit your prayers as we strive to do God’s Will. We are looking forward to working closely with our members and encourage each of you to work closely with your assigned deacon. Please inform the church office if you are aware of any illness, death, or other circumstance, which will require the Deacon Board’s attention.
     
    Let us pray for each other and for the 
    continued unity of our church family.
     
    Yours in Christ Jesus,


                                                              

      Photographs by Charles Reed Photography. These images are the property of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, MD and cannot be used for any promotional content unless approved by the church. 

                                                       

    Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! We, the Deacon Board, wish to thank all of our members for your support and prayers. We do indeed continue to solicit your prayers as we strive to do God’s Will. We are looking forward to working closely with
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  • ABOUT CBCCS/CBCCS & THE PNBC

    ABOUT CBCCS
    CBCCS & THE PNBC

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs is a member of the Progressive National Baptist Convention (PNBC). 

    The Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc., (PNBC) is a vital Baptist denomination with an estimated membership of 2.5 million people. PNBC was formed to give full voice, sterling leadership and active support to the American and world fight for human freedom. The convention was the convention-denominational home and platform for the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who addressed every annual session of the Convention until his death in 1968. New generations of Progressive Baptists are continuing the struggle for full voter registration, education and participation in society, economic empowerment and development, and the realization of universal human rights and total human liberation for all people.

    Mission

    PNBC’s charge is “equipping pastors and churches to be effective in ministry and lifting our voice on behalf of the voiceless.”

    Vision

    The PNBC vision is to unite African Americans to positively impact the community. 
     

    Social Justice Initiatives 

    CBCCS will begin a Social Justice Ministry, which will focus on the following initiatives set forth by the PNBC. Here's our Call-to-Action! Please join us in this ministry. More information about the ministry will be forthcoming. 

     

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs is a member of the Progressive National Baptist Convention (PNBC). The Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc., (PNBC) is a vital Baptist denomination with an estimated membership of 2.5 million people. PNBC was formed to give full voice, sterling leadership and active support to the
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  • ABOUT CBCCS/CHURCH COVENANT

    ABOUT CBCCS
    CHURCH COVENANT

    Having been led, as we believe, by the Spirit of God, to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our Saviour and on the profession of our faith, having been baptized in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, we do now in the presence of God, angels, and this assembly, most solemnly and joyfully enter into covenant with one another, as one body in Christ.

    We engage therefore, by the aid of the Holy Spirit to walk together in Christian love. To strive for the advancement of this church in knowledge, holiness, and comfort, to promote its prosperity and spirituality, to sustain its worship, ordinances, discipline, and doctrines. To contribute cheerfully and regularly to the support of the ministry, the expenses of the church, the relief of the poor, and the spread of the gospel throughout all nations.

    We also engage to maintain family and secret devotion, to religiously educate our children, to seek the salvation of our kindred and acquaintances, to walk circumspectly in the world, to be just in our dealings, faithful in our engagements, and exemplary in our deportment; to avoid all tattling, backbiting, and excessive anger; to abstain from the sale and use of intoxicating drinks as a beverage, and to be zealous in our efforts to advance the kingdom of our Saviour.

    We further engage to watch over one another in brotherly love, to remember each other in prayer; to aid each other in sickness and distress; to cultivate Christian sympathy in feeling, and courtesy in speech; to be slow to take offense, but always ready for reconciliation, and mindful of the rules of our Saviour to secure it without delay.

    We moreover engage that when we remove from this place, we will as soon as possible unite with some other church where we can carry out the spirit of this covenant and the principles of God's word.

    Humbly confessing our past sins, we pray for forgiveness, grace, and strength to keep these, our holy vows, for the sake of Jesus Christ our Lord. And now unto Him who brought again from the dead, our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, make you perfect in every good work to do His will, working in you that which is well pleasing in His sight, thorough Jesus Christ to whom be glory, for ever and ever. Amen.
     

    Having been led, as we believe, by the Spirit of God, to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our Saviour and on the profession of our faith, having been baptized in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, we do now in the
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  • ABOUT CBCCS/HISTORY

    ABOUT CBCCS
    HISTORY

    Our founder and organizer of the Central Baptist Mission was Rev. Dr. Henry S. Moore, Sr*. On April 5, 1964, at 413 Fourth Street, N.W., in Washington D.C. God’s Spirit led seven persons to join the mission, forming our charter members. There are three surviving members remaining; Dr. Hazel Hardy, Brother Henry S. Moore, Jr. and Sister Bernice Wallace Harmon. The following four members are deceased: Sister Rehodonia Moore, Sister Margie Spain, Sister Marsha Cramer and Sister Lucille Gates.
     

    The Central Baptist Church was organized on May 29, 1964, and was located at 2417 Naylor Road, Southeast Washington, DC. We later moved to 2252 Minnesota Avenue, Southeast, Washington, DC. In December 1977, we relocated to 3160 Pennsylvania Avenue. Pastor Moore contributed greatly to the Central Baptist Church before retiring as Pastor on November 22, 1987.
     

    Pastor John H. Parker* became Pastor-Elect of Central Baptist Church on December 10, 1987, and became the permanent Pastor on March 27, 1988.
     

    For complete church history click here to view: Church History 1964-2018.     

    *Deceased

    Our founder and organizer of the Central Baptist Missionwas Rev. Dr. Henry S. Moore, Sr*. On April 5, 1964, at 413 Fourth Street, N.W., in Washington D.C. God’s Spirit led seven persons to join the mission, forming our charter members. There are three surviving members remaining; Dr. Hazel Hardy, Brother
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  • ABOUT CBCCS/MINISTERIAL STAFF

    ABOUT CBCCS
    MINISTERIAL STAFF

                             

                                        Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Ministerial Staff

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Photographs by Charles Reed Photography.These images are the property of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs and cannot be used for any promotional content unless approved by the church. 
     

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Ministerial Staff Photographs byCharles Reed Photography.These images are the property of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springsand cannot be used for any promotional content unless approved by the church.
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  • ABOUT CBCCS/PASTOR'S PREACHING ENGAGEMENTS

    ABOUT CBCCS
    PASTOR'S PREACHING ENGAGEMENTS

     

     2018                                                 

    Monday, October 22, 7:00 PM
    Chapel for the Baptist Seminary of DC

    John McCoy, Pastor
    Word of God Baptist Church
    6513 Queen Chapel Road
    University Park, MD 

    Sunday, November 4, 9:45 AM
    AM Officers' Day

    Rev. CA Thompson, Pastor
    City Of Joy
    5408 Brinkley Road
    Camp Springs, MD

    Thursday, November 8, 7:30 PM
    52nd Church Anniversary
    Rev. Dr. Sterling R. Swann, Jr. Pastor
    Ritchie Baptist Church
    1706 Sansbury Road
    Upper Marlboro, MD 

    Friday, November 9, 7:00 PM
    Fall Revival

    Rev. Khalfani Drummer, Esq. Pastor
    Gethsemane Baptist Church
    5119 4th Street, NW
    Washington, DC 

    Sunday, November 11, 3:00 PM
    200th Church Anniversary

    Rev. Curtis Staley, Pastor
    Rehoboth Baptist Church
    621 Alabama Avenue SE,
    Washington, DC 

    Sunday, November 18, 11:00 AM
    Church Anniversary
    Bishop Jessie Jones
    Abundant Life Ministries
    7162 NC-903
    Ayden, NC
    See the 'What You Need to Know' page for travel information.

    2018 Monday, October 22, 7:00 PM Chapel for the Baptist Seminary of DC John McCoy, Pastor Word of God Baptist Church 6513 Queen Chapel Road University Park, MD Sunday, November 4, 9:45 AM AM Officers' Day Rev. CA Thompson, Pastor City Of Joy 5408 Brinkley Road Camp Springs, MD Thursday,
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  • ABOUT CBCCS/THE PASTOR'S PROFILE

    ABOUT CBCCS
    THE PASTOR'S PROFILE

    Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needed not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” 2 Timothy 2:15

    Reverend Lincoln M. Burruss Jr. was born in Washington, D.C. and is one of three children. Rev. Burruss is married to the former Angela Greenfield and is also the father of three children—Jada, Jalynn,
    and Javon. 

    Rev. Burruss graduated from D.C. Public School and attended the University of the District of Columbia where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He attended the Maple Springs Baptist Seminary and is currently pursuing a Doctorate degree in Biblical Studies at Trinity Theological Seminary.

    On August 18, 1991, Reverend Burruss became a licensed minister and was ordained several years later.In 2008, he was appointed to the role of Assistant Pastor at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs. On April 13, 
    2012, Rev. Burruss became Pastor-Elect following the death of the beloved Rev. John H. Parker; he was installed as the Pastor on June 23, 2012.

    Reverend Burruss is the Past-President of the Mount Bethel Baptist Educational Congress (2012-2016), and a certified teacher of the Congress. He is also an active member of the Progressive National Baptist
    Covention (PNBC) and The Ministers Conference of DC and Vicinity. 

    Office Hours: Monday-Friday (9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.)
    Office Telephone: (301) 899-3800

     
     

    “Study to show thyself approved untoGod, a workman that needed notto be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” 2Timothy 2:15 Reverend Lincoln M. Burruss Jr. was born in Washington, D.C. and is one of three children. Rev. Burruss is married to the former Angela Greenfield and is also the
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  • ABOUT CBCCS/VOTER REGISTRATION

    ABOUT CBCCS
    VOTER REGISTRATION

    CBCCS has partnered with 'Rock the Vote' to ensure everyone is registered to vote. Registering online is as easy as 1-2-3. Register today and vote during the mid-term elections! Your vote can make a difference--no vote, no voice! 

    Not sure if you're registered or not? Check out your status here:

    District of Columbia

    District of Columbia Board of Elections - Check Your Voter Registration Status

    Maryland

    https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/VoterSearch

    Virginia

    Virginia Voter Information – Citizen Portal

     

     

    CBCCShas partnered with 'Rock the Vote' to ensure everyone is registered to vote. Registering online is as easy as 1-2-3.Register today and vote during the mid-term elections! Your vote can make a difference--no vote, no voice! Not sure if you're registered or not? Check out your status here: District of
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  • CONTACT US/DIRECTORY

    CONTACT US
    DIRECTORY

    Please use this directory to contact us. If we are not available, please leave us a message, and we will return your call as soon as possible. 

     

     

    PASTOR, Lincoln Burruss, Jr.,      
    301-899-3800 ext. 112        
    Lincoln.Burruss@centralbaptistchurchcs.org    
                 
    CHURCH ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE    
    Phone: 301-899-3800        
    Fax: 301-899-3868          
    info@centralbaptistchurchcs.org      
                 
    CHURCH ADMINISTRATOR      
    Sis. Jocelyn Bennett-Martin        
    301-899-3800 ext. 124        
    Jocelyn.Bennett-Martin@centralbaptistchurchcs.org  
                 
    PASTOR'S SECRETARY        
    Sis. Sabrina Reddick        
    301-899-3800 ext. 110        
    Sabrina.Andrews-Reddick@centralbaptistchurchcs.org  
                 
    BOARD OF DEACONS        
    Deacon James Blake, Chairman      
    301-899-3800 ext. 116        
    James.Blake@centralbaptistchurchcs.org    
                 
    FIRST LADY, Angela G. Burruss      
    301-899-3800 ext. 114        
    services@webfeetcommunications.com    
                 
    TRUSTEE OFFICE        
    Sis.Linda DePugh, Co-Chairman      
    301-899-3800 ext. 118        
                 
    SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT    
    301-899-3800 ext. 117        
                 
    SPECIAL EVENTS        
    Sis. Jackie Simpson, Coordinator      
    301-899-3800 ext. 213        
    Jackie.Simpson@centralbaptistchurchcs.org    
                 
    TRANSPORTATION MINISTRY      
    301-899-3800 ext. 214        
                 
    DEACONESS MINISTRY        
    Ruth Blake, Chairperson        
    301-899-3800 ext. 115        
                 
     CANCELLATIONS        
    301-899-3800 ext. 220        
                 
    Sis. Loretta Wheeler, Church Accountant    
    301-899-3800 ext. 111        
    Loretta.Wheeler@centralbaptistchurchcs.org    
                 
    Sis. Sandy Jameson, Financial Secretary    
    301-899-3800 ext. 111        
    Sandy.Jameson@centralbaptistchurchcs.org    
                 
    MUSIC MINISTRY        
    Sis. A. DeVoynne Young, Chairperson      
    DeVoynne.Young@centralbaptistchurchcs.org    
                 
    OUTREACH MINISTRY        
    Sis. Catherine Moore        
                 
    YOUTH MINISTRY        
    Vacant, Chairperson      
                 
    PRAYER REQUESTS        
    prayer@centralbaptistchurchcs.org      
                 
                 























     

    Please use this directory to contact us. If we are not available,please leave us a message,and we will return your call as soon as possible. PASTOR,Lincoln Burruss, Jr., 301-899-3800 ext. 112 Lincoln.Burruss@centralbaptistchurchcs.org CHURCH ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE Phone: 301-899-3800 Fax: 301-899-3868 info@centralbaptistchurchcs.org CHURCH ADMINISTRATOR Sis. Jocelyn Bennett-Martin 301-899-3800 ext. 124 Jocelyn.Bennett-Martin@centralbaptistchurchcs.org PASTOR'S
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  • CONTACT US/E-MAIL US

    CONTACT US
    E-MAIL US

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  • CONTACT US/PRIVACY

    CONTACT US
    PRIVACY

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs website is committed to protecting your privacy and using technology that gives you the most powerful and safe online experience. This Statement of Privacy applies to the Central Baptist Church website and governs data collection and usage. By using the Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs website, you consent to the data practices described in this statement.

    Collection of your Personal Information

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website collects personally identifiable information, such as your e-mail address, name, home or work address or telephone number. Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website also collects anonymous demographic information, which is not unique to you, such as your ZIP code, age, and gender.

    There is also information about your computer hardware and software that is automatically collected by Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website. This information can include your IP address, browser type, domain names, access times and referring Web site addresses. This information is used by Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website for the operation of the service, to maintain the quality of the service, and to provide general statistics regarding use of the Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website.

    Please keep in mind if you directly disclose personally identifiable information or personally sensitive data through Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website public message boards, this information may be collected and used by others. Note: Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website does not read any of your private online communications.

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website encourages you to review the privacy statements of Web sites you choose to link to from Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website so that you can understand how those Web sites collect, use and share your information. Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website is not responsible for the privacy statements or other content on Web sites outside of the Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website.

    Use of your Personal Information

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website collects and uses your personal information to operate the Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website and deliver the services you have requested. Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website also uses your personally identifiable information to inform you of other products or services available from Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs. Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website may also contact you via surveys to conduct research about your opinion of current activities or of potential new activities that may be offered.

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website does not sell, rent or lease its customer lists to third parties. In addition, Central Baptist Church Website may share data with trusted partners to help us perform statistical analysis, send you email or postal mail, provide customer support, or arrange for deliveries. All such third parties are prohibited from using your personal information except to provide these services to Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website, and they are required to maintain the confidentiality of your information.

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website does not use or disclose sensitive personal information, such as race, religion, or political affiliations, without your explicit consent.

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website keeps track of the Websites and pages our customers visit within Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website, in order to determine what Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website services are the most popular. This data is used to deliver customized content and advertising within Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website to customers whose behavior indicates that they are interested in a particular subject area.

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website will disclose your personal information, without notice, only if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website or the site; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website; and, (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website, or the public.

    Use of Cookies
    The Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Web site uses "cookies" to help you personalize your online experience. A cookie is a text file that is placed on your hard disk by a Web page server. Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. Cookies are uniquely assigned to you, and can only be read by a web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you.

    One of the primary purposes of cookies is to provide a convenience feature to save you time. The purpose of a cookie is to tell the Web server that you have returned to a specific page. For example, if you personalize Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website pages, or register with Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website site or services, a cookie helps Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website to recall your specific information on subsequent visits. This simplifies the process of recording your personal information, such as billing addresses, shipping addresses, and so on. When you return to the same Central Baptist Church Website Website, the information you previously provided can be retrieved, so you can easily use the Central Baptist Church Website features that you customized.

    You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. If you choose to decline cookies, you may not be able to fully experience the interactive features of the Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website services you visit.

    Security of your Personal Information

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website secures your personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website secures the personally identifiable information you provide on computer servers in a controlled, secure environment, protected from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. When personal information (such as a credit card number) is transmitted to other Web sites, it is protected through the use of encryption, such as the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol.

    Changes to this Statement

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website will occasionally update this Statement of Privacy to reflect company and customer feedback. Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website encourages you to periodically review this Statement to be informed of how Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website is protecting your information.

    Contact Information

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website welcomes your comments regarding this Statement of Privacy. If you believe that Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website has not adhered to this Statement, please contact Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs Website at angela.burruss@centralbaptistchurchcs.org. We will use commercially reasonable efforts to promptly determine and remedy the problem.

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs website is committed to protecting your privacy and using technology that gives you the most powerful and safe online experience. This Statement of Privacy applies to the Central Baptist Church websiteand governs data collection and usage. By using the Central Baptist Church of Camp
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  • EVENTS/

    EVENTS

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  • GIVING /MORTGAGE BURNING FUND

    GIVING
    MORTGAGE BURNING FUND

    Under the vision of  Pastor Lincoln Burruss, Jr., we are currently working diligently to eliminate our mortgage so we can continue what God has called us to do--the Great Commission.

    Matthew 28: 19-20 reads Go
    ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.  

    Please use this secure online process via PayPal to submit your sacrificial offering for the mortgage if you are unable to attend Sunday morning worship 
    service due to vacation, business trip or perhaps you've moved. Whatever the reason, you can still rejoice in the miracle of giving and receiving by clicking on the button below and sending your sacrificial offering online.

    PayPal is a very secure online funds transfer system. The system is so secure that CBCCS doesn't even get your credit card information. You can send any amount you would like up to $2,000. If your offering exceeds $2,000 you can send up to $2,000 per day until your tithe or offering has been given.


    Complete the form and submit to pay your sacrificial offering via PayPal. Thank you for your donation.

    Under the vision of Pastor Lincoln Burruss, Jr., we are currently working diligently to eliminate our mortgage so we can continue what God has called us to do--the Great Commission. Matthew 28:19-20reads Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the
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  • GIVING /OFFERING

    GIVING
    OFFERING

    Central Baptist Church is supported totally by your tithes and offerings.

    Using a secure online process via PayPal, Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs (CBCCS) makes it easy to submit your tithes and offerings even when you’re unable to attend church due to vacation, business trip or perhaps you've moved. Whatever the reason, you can still rejoice in the miracle of giving and receiving by clicking on the button below and sending your tithes and offerings online.

    The payment gateway CBCCS uses is PayPal. PayPal is a very secure online funds transfer system. The system is so secure that CBCCS doesn't even get your credit card information. You can send any amount you would like up to $2,000. If your tithe or offering exceeds $2,000 you can send up to $2,000 per day until your tithe or offering has been given.

    To begin giving today, please complete the form below. 


     

    As you give, do so with a joyful heart, as you say:
    "Divine love, through me, blesses and multiplies all that I am,
    all that I have, all that I give, and all that I receive."
    And so it is!

     

    Complete the form and submit to pay offerings via PayPal. Thank you for your donation.




     

    Central Baptist Church is supported totally by your tithes and offerings. Using a secure online process via PayPal, Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs(CBCCS) makes it easy to submit your tithes and offerings even when you’re unable to attend church due to vacation, business trip or perhaps you've moved. Whatever
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  • GIVING /TITHES

    GIVING
    TITHES

    Central Baptist Church is supported totally by your tithes and offerings.

    Using a secure online process via PayPal, Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs (CBCCS) makes it easy to submit your tithes and offerings even when you’re unable to attend church due to vacation, business trip or perhaps you've moved. Whatever the reason, you can still rejoice in the miracle of giving and receiving by clicking on the button below and sending your tithes and offerings online.

     

    The payment gateway CBCCS uses is PayPal. PayPal is a very secure online funds transfer system. The system is so secure that CBCCS doesn't even get your credit card information. You can send any amount you would like up to $2,000. If your tithe or offering exceeds $2,000 you can send up to $2,000 per day until your tithe or offering has been given.

    To begin giving today, please complete the form below. 

     

     As you give, do so with a joyful heart, as you say:
    "Divine love, through me, blesses and multiplies all that I am,
    all that I have, all that I give, and all that I receive."
    And so it is!

     

       Complete the form and submit to pay tithes via PayPal. Thank you for your donation.   

    Central Baptist Church is supported totally by your tithes and offerings. Using a secure online process via PayPal, Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs (CBCCS) makes it easy to submit your tithes and offerings even when you’re unable to attend church due to vacation, business trip or perhaps you've moved.
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  • MEDIA CENTER/PHOTO GALLERY

    MEDIA CENTER
    PHOTO GALLERY

    Photo Gallery

    Photo Gallery
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  • MEDIA CENTER/SERMON GALLERY

    MEDIA CENTER
    SERMON GALLERY

    Pastor Lincoln M. Burruss, Jr. is a dynamic prolific preacher and teacher of the Word of God. His prayer for you-- while you are listening--is his sermon will speak to your mind and the Word of God will dwell in your heart all the days of your life.

    Please enjoy each and every sermon as often as you like and remember For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 (KJV)

     

     

    Pastor Lincoln M. Burruss, Jr. is a dynamic prolific preacher and teacher of the Word of God.His prayer for you--while you are listening--ishis sermonwill speak to your mind and the Word of God will dwell in your heart all the days of your life. Please enjoy each and every sermon
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  • MEDIA CENTER/VIDEO SHOWCASE

    MEDIA CENTER
    VIDEO SHOWCASE

    Showcase Video

     

     

     

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  • MEMBERS/BIBLE STUDY

    MEMBERS
    BIBLE STUDY

    For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather Here at the Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, we make Bible Study a priority. We offer multiple classes at noon, evening, and alternating Saturdays to cover a number of Bible principles. It is a priority because the Bible reads, “

    Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth (II Timothy 2:15).” The Bible reads,
    round them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear (II Timothy 4:3).”  

    Please join us on Wednesday, as we study the Word of God so we can do what God has instructed us to do, which is to make disciples. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Matthew 28:19 

    Yours in Christ,

    Pastor Lincoln M. Burruss, Jr.

     

                               

     

     




     

    For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather Here at the Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, we make Bible Study a priority. We offer multiple classes at noon, evening, and alternating Saturdays to cover
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  • MEMBERS/CHURCH POSITIONS (VOLUNTEER)

    MEMBERS
    CHURCH POSITIONS (VOLUNTEER)

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs has many talented and gifted members who make up the Body of Christ in this Branch of Zion, and we are grateful to God for all of you.

    Colossians 3:23-24 reads "And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as to the Lord, and not unto men, Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance for ye serve the Lord Christ." 

                                   
    Volunteer Positions 2016-2018

     

    Announcement Clerk- Sis. Dorothy McGill

    Assistant Announcement Clerk- Sis. Sheila Webb

    Church Librarian- Sis. Belinda Watson

    Assistant Church Librarian- Sis. Demetrius Windom

    Scholarship Committee Chairperson- Sis. Betty Alsobrooks

          Committee Members-  Sis. Marianna "Brandy" Raynor-Hill

                                                   Sis. Joyce Campbell                            

    Church Statistician- Sis. Dana Williams 









     

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs has many talented and gifted members who make up the Body of Christ in this Branch of Zion, and we are grateful to God for all of you. Colossians 3:23-24 reads "And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as to the Lord, and not
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  • MEMBERS/FORMS

    MEMBERS
    FORMS

    Members may use the following forms listed in the table below to schedule weddings, infant blessings, funerals/home going and other events. Each form has been saved in a PDF (portable document format) for your convenience. Please click on the form you need below, print and follow the instructions. The member in charge of the service you are requesting will contact you after you complete the form and hand deliver, mail or e-mail the form.

    Non-members who are interested in scheduling an event at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs may use the same form. Non-members are subject to rental fees, etc. for the use of the facility, etc. 

     



     Event                                        Portable Document Format (PDF)
    Wedding                                   
    weddingrequestform
    Infant Blessing                          infantblessingform
    Funeral/Home Going                funeralrequestform
    Other Events                            othereventsform



    Your computer must have Adobe Reader installed to open these files. Click on the website link get.adobe.com/reader to download the free Adobe Reader on your computer.
     

    Members may use the following forms listed in the table below to schedule weddings, infantblessings, funerals/home going and other events. Each form has been saved in a PDF (portable document format) for your convenience. Please click on the form you need below, print and follow the instructions. The member in
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  • MEMBERS/FUNERALS

    MEMBERS
    FUNERALS

    On behalf of the entire Central Baptist Church family, we extend expressions of sympathy to you and your family during your time of bereavement. We will make every effort to serve you and your family as you prepare to say goodbye to your dearly departed. If you desire to use Central Baptist Church for your loved one's home going service, please use the funeral request form to begin the arrangements.

    Know that God will comfort you in your time of need. Revelation 21:4 reads "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

    And Isaiah 51:11 reads "Therefore the redeemed of the Lord shall return, and come with singing unto Zion; and everlasting joy shall be upon their head: they shall obtain gladness and
    joy and sorrow and mourning shall flee away.


    Yours in Christ,


    Pastor Lincoln M. Burruss, Jr.

     

    On behalf of the entire Central Baptist Church family,weextend expressions of sympathy to you and your family during your time of bereavement.We will make every effort to serve you and your family as you prepare tosay goodbye to your dearly departed.If you desire to use Central Baptist Church for your
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  • MEMBERS/INFANT BLESSING

    MEMBERS
    INFANT BLESSING

    At Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, we follow the principles found in 1 Samuel 1:11, 26-28, where Hannah was barren and asked the Lord for a child. "And she vowed a vow, and said, O Lord of hosts, if thou wilt indeed look on the affliction of thine handmaid, and remember me, and not forget thine handmaid, but wilt give unto thine handmaid a man child, then I will give him unto the Lord all the days of his life, and there shall no razor come upon his head."

    When God blessed her to conceive and weaned her son Samuel, she dedicated him to the Lord. Therefore, we have a special prayer to dedicate the baby back to the Lord.

    "And she said, O my Lord, as thy soul liveth, my lord, I am the woman that stood by thee here, praying unto the Lord. For this child I
    prayed and the Lord hath given me my petition which I asked of him; Therefore also I have lent him to the Lord; as long as he liveth he shall be lent to the Lord. And he worshipped the Lord there."

    At Central Baptist Church, your infant child is welcome to be blessed and dedicated back to the Lord. Please use the 
    infantblessingrequestform to arrange your baby's blessing.

    May God Bless You and Your New Child.

    Yours in Christ,

     
    Pastor Lincoln M. Burruss, Jr.

     

     

     

    At Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, we follow the principles found in 1 Samuel 1:11, 26-28, where Hannah was barren and asked the Lord for a child. "And she vowed a vow, and said, O Lord of hosts, if thou wilt indeed look on the affliction of thine handmaid,
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  • MEMBERS/NEW MEMBERS

    MEMBERS
    NEW MEMBERS

    So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another. Romans 12:5

    Thank you for choosing Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs as your place to worship. It is my prayer that you become actively involved within the church. Our church has established many ministries over the years, so I am confident you can find a ministry that will allow you to use the gift (s) and talent God has given unto you.

     As a new member, you will attend ten classes--four for children--which have been 
    specially designed to provide you with the basic knowledge of Christian discipleship.

    God Bless You and Welcome to Central Baptist.


    Yours in Christ,

    Pastor Lincoln M. Burruss, Jr.


     

    So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another. Romans 12:5 Thank you for choosing Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs as your place to worship. It is my prayer that you become actively involved within the church. Our church has established many
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  • MEMBERS/STEPS FOR ACCEPTING CHRIST

    MEMBERS
    STEPS FOR ACCEPTING CHRIST

    The first step in accepting Jesus Christ is to acknowledge that we are all sinners saved by God’s Grace.

    Romans 3:23 - For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.

    Jesus paid the price for our sins. Romans 10:13 – For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.

    We need to acknowledge that we were born in sin because of what happened back in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve, with their disobedience to God. Sin is what brings death and separation from God.  Sin also means missing the mark.  The mark that we all should be aiming to is God. Once we acknowledge that we were born into sin, then we should call upon the name of Jesus, to be saved and have eternal life.

    Grace simply means God’s unmerited favor.  If we did anything to earn it or deserve it, it’s not Grace.  If God owes it to us because we’ve been a good person, or we’ve tried to do the best we can, it is not Grace.  Grace means that we get the opposite of what we deserve.  We deserve God’s wrath because we have sinned against Him.  Instead, He saves us by His Grace.   Grace is the favor of God, founded upon His Holiness. Through Grace, Salvation is freely given by God to undeserving sinners.  Grace is a gift from God – Salvation is indeed the most extraordinary expression of God’s Grace.  It’s by Grace we are saved.

    Accepting Jesus Christ into our lives and asking Him to cleanse us of our sins is the only true way to live an eternal life in Heaven.

    The second step in accepting Jesus Christ is to have faith and believe that God loves us so that He sent His only begotten son that we can have everlasting life.

    John 3:16 – For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

    God sent His only begotten Son to die in our place and to take away our sins. 

    We receive forgiveness through faith in the blood and death of Jesus Christ.

    God had so much love for us that He sent His only begotten Son (Jesus, a perfect man without sin) to die for our sins, so that we could have everlasting life.

    Salvation comes through the faith and belief in God’s revealed purpose in His Son who dies for all.  Faith and belief in Jesus Christ is the only avenue to receiving the gift of Salvation.

    God sent His Son to pay the price for all so that we can be forgiven and saved from the punishment of Hell.  Jesus died in our place.  He did all this because He is a loving God, He provided the only escape way.

    We believe and have faith that He is the Son of God and that He came to die for us.  We know that He rose from the dead and have complete Victory over death.  We should open up our hearts and invite him to take over our lives.

     No matter what we have done, no matter how unworthy we think we are, He still loves us and wants us to come to know Him.  Won’t you accept God’s perfect gift of Love?  It’s been paid in full.

    The third step in accepting Jesus Christ is to repent of our sins and accept the Lord

    Jesus Christ as our personal Savior. Acts 3:19 – Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord.

    Repentance is not just saying, I’m sorry. “It’s turning away from the sin that separates us from God; reaching out, instead, to receive God’s forgiveness and the new life He offers”. Repentance is necessary for Salvation (Acts 3:19).  Repentance put our action to our words. 

    We must repent and ask God for forgiveness this means to acknowledge our sins and to be sorry for our sins and to confess our sins.  The Bible declares that “He is faithful and Just to forgive us.”

    We must first acknowledge within ourselves that we have sinned before God and come short of His glory.  We must confess our sins unto Him. True repentance will result in a change in our actions.

    We must change our way of thinking and turn away from our old ways and hear and believe as: “Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God” (Romans 10:17).

    Once we understand that we are sinners and that all have sinned, we need to turn to Jesus Christ for forgiveness by repenting and turning from our way to Gods way.

    The fourth step in accepting Jesus Christ is to confess and accept Him into our hearts.

    Romans 10:9-10 – That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.

    Vs. – 10: For the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.

    Jesus paid the highest price for us and because He loves us more than we could ever imagine, He was put to death by being crucified on the Cross.

    God’s word promises, “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt and will be saved.  For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.  For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall and will be saved (Romans 10:9-10;13).” 

    When we accept Jesus Christ as our personal Savior, God comes to live within us (the Holy Spirit). Our body becomes His Temple, His abode, and an inner Chamber.

    By His Grace, God has already done everything to provide salvation to us.  Our part is to simply believe and receive.

    The very moment we commit our lives to Jesus Christ, the truth of His Word instantly comes to pass in our spirit.  Once we’ve accepted Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior we become a new creature in Jesus Christ whereby old things are passed away and behold all things become new.

    Once we accept Him as our personal Lord and Savior He then becomes the Savior and Ruler of our lives.

     

    The first step in accepting Jesus Christ is to acknowledge that we are all sinners saved by God’s Grace. Romans 3:23 - For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God. Jesus paid the price for our sins. Romans 10:13 – For whosoever shall call upon the
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  • MEMBERS/WEDDINGS

    MEMBERS
    WEDDINGS

    At Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, we believe the institution of marriage is between man and a woman. This is recorded in Genesis 2:23-24: "And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called woman because she was taken out of Man. Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh."

    God created man and then made 
    woman to complement him. Marriage is God’s way of ensuring that man is not alone. In his word Genesis 2:18 it reads "And the Lord God said, it is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him." 

    If you desire to use Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs as your wedding/reception venue, please use the 
    weddingrequestform to reserve the church for your special day.

    Congratulations and May God Bless You!

    Yours in Christ,


    Pastor Lincoln M. Burruss, Jr.

     

    At Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, we believe the institution ofmarriage is betweenman and a woman. This is recorded in Genesis 2:23-24: "And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called womanbecause she was taken out of Man. Therefore
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  • MEMBERS/WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW...

    MEMBERS
    WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW...

    Submit Your Announcements:

    All weekly announcements must be submitted to info@centralbaptistchurchcs.org by Noon on Wednesday each week. Any announcement received after the deadline will be placed in the following week's announcements. Pick up your copy of the CBCCS Events Connection, which will list all of the events for the month, in the Narthex. 
     

    Pastor's Announcements

    • Foreign Mission Ministry (FMM) is sponsoring their fifth annual effort to send gifts to help children in under-developed countries during the 2018 Christmas Season. The ministry is partnering with the Samaritan's Purse International Relief--Operation Christmas Child. The initial goal is to have 100 boxes ready to ship during the week of November 12-19. The last day to drop off boxes is  Sunday, November 11. All willing participants please contact Sis. Jackie Holliman, project coordinator or any member of the FMM if you wish to participate. A list of the items needed will be provided. 
       
    • Worship Service in NC--CBCCS Family is inviting you to participate in the 23rd Church Anniversary Celebration for Abundant Life Ministries in Ayden, NC on November 18 at 11:00 a.m. The Women's Choir will provide the music for the occasion. If you wish to travel with the Pastor and his family, please sign the sheet outside of the church administrative office. The cost per person for the bus transportation is $37. Sister Betty Alsobrooks will be available each Sunday after the services to collect your payments.  
       
    • Bible Study has been suspended for a summer break--it will resume in September. Stay tuned for more intriguing lessons as we study the Word of God and learn how to be more like Jesus Christ. 
       
    • Each fifth Sunday of the year--there are four-- has been designated as our 'Family and Friends' Day. On this Sunday, we will conduct one service at 10:00 a.m. affording each of us an opportunity to fellowship with the members from the 7:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services.* Sunday School will be held from 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. We look forward to the combined service and the increased unity it will bring to our growing church family. This is subject to change. *During our Summertime Praise and Worship Services, please check our calendar for the start time for the church service and Sunday School. 
       
    • Outreach Ministry is sponsoring the Backpack Food for Kids Program. The ministry is soliciting donations for the following non-perishable food items: juice boxes, fruit cups, soups, crackers, pop tarts, Jell-O packs, oatmeal packs, fruit snacks. cookie packs, boxes or bags of cereal, cups of macaroni and cheese, spaghetti and meat sauce, ravioli, rice and chicken, lunch size tuna, and etc. All items should be small enough to fit inside a backpack--please no peanut or milk products. The food will be provided to the school October 2018-June 2019. A container has been placed in the Narthex for the donations. For more information, please contact Sis. Catherine Moore at 301-922-1163 or Sis. Linda Jackson at 202-531-4432.
       
    • Rev. John H. Parker Cancer Ministry Recruitment: Additional members are needed to serve in this ministry. The mission of the ministry is to educate, enlighten, and promote church and community cancer awareness and prevention through early detection. You do not need to be a cancer survivor to serve. Please contact Bro. Leon Turner at 301-335-0152 if you are interested in serving or to request more information. 
       
    • Hospitality Ministry Recruitment: Volunteers are needed to serve in this ministry. Your assistance is needed and will be greatly appreciated. Please see Sis. Darlene Carter or Bro. Earl Carter for more information or to join the ministry. 
       
    • Food Pantry donations are needed to replenish our inventory. Please signup to bring your food items in the Narthex. The Food Pantry is open every third Sunday from 10:00-11:00 a.m. If you are in need of food items, please visit our food pantry. 
       
    • Transportation Ministry is seeking committed servants for Sunday services and special occasions. We need at least a team of eight drivers for each service--each driver will serve once a month. We need van drives--male or female--for all services and especially drivers for special events--usually during weekdays. If interested, please contact Bro. Richard Bowling at bearswalter@yahoo.com or send an email to info@centralbaptistchurchcs.org. Include in the subject line: CBCCS TM. 
       
    • Ushers Ministry is looking for a few good men, women, and children to join the Seniors, Adults, and Juniors Usher Ministries. Please contact the following people to inquire: Sis. Mavis Beamon (301) 346-7409 (Seniors); Sis. Janice Hyshaw (202) 441-0078 (Adults); Sis. Nichole Smith (202) 498-0831 (Juniors) or any member of the Ushers Ministry. 
       
    • Exercise classes are offered during the following days and times: Tuesday and Thursday 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m; and in the evening the Hot Sauce class is offered Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Classes are $20 per month. All are welcome! 
       
    • Food Share packages are available for purchase, please contact Deacon Henry Pulley at 301-297-5836 or Sis. Lydia Joyner. You can sign up for the Food Share program in Narthex; your payment for the packages purchased are due on the second Sunday each month.


    General Announcements:

    Snow/Weather Emergency
    Please watch television channels WDRC 4 and  WUSA 9 for updated closure and cancellation information during inclement weather. CBCCS will follow the Prince George's County School System schedule during inclement weather events (e.g. If the schools delay opening for two hours, we will delay opening our offices on the same schedule. If they are closed for the day, we will also be closed on that day and all scheduled activities will be 
    cancelled). Please note, we may not close or delay the opening of the church for events conducted on Saturday or Sunday due to inclement weather. You will receive a Robocall from the church regarding delays and closings on the weekend. If the church does not have your current telephone number, please contact the church office and give us this information. 

    Intercessory Prayer
    The telephone number to call in for the Intercessory Prayer Monday-Friday (6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m.) is 712-432-6100. Please enter the participant code 123149 followed by # when prompted to do so. The Tuesday Conference call Intercessory Prayer (7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.) is 832-551-5100; participant code is 197647#.  Prayer requests can now be emailed to [email protected]. This email address will be checked each Tuesday and Thursday for updates.

    Sick and Shut-In and the Bereaved
    Please remember to call, visit and pray for our members and community who may be sick and shut-in or mourning the loss of a loved one. A copy of the Sick and Shut-In/Bereaved list is located in the Narthex.

    Sunday Morning Breakfast
    Breakfast is available in the Henry S. Moore Fellowship Hall on each Sunday after the early morning service from 9:30-10:30 a.m. or until all the food has been purchased; the cost is $7 per person.



     

    Submit Your Announcements: All weekly announcements must be submitted to info@centralbaptistchurchcs.orgby Noonon Wednesdayeach week. Any announcement received after the deadline will be placed in the following week's announcements. Pick up your copy of the CBCCS Events Connection, which will list all of the events for the month,in the Narthex. Pastor's
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  • MEMBERS/WHO IS YOUR DEACON?

    MEMBERS
    WHO IS YOUR DEACON?

    Each member of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs is assigned a deacon who is there to serve your needs. If you should need to contact your deacon to ask for prayer, assistance with an issue within the church, or some other church-related issue, please use the list below. Each member is assigned a deacon according to the first letter of your last name: 

                                Deacon Board Roster and Member Assignments
     
      
        Assignment                          Deacon                                                           Telephone

     

    A Deacon Burnut Lane  301-932-4551
    BA – BROOKS Deacon Vincent Hill  301-861-9531
    BROW – BZ Deacon Charlie Campbell  301-868-9318
    CA – CLARK Deacon James Hauser                       301-283-5344 
    CLE – CY Deacon Carl Linton 703-339-5871
    D Deacon Preston Jones 301-423-6918
    E Deacon Robert DuPree 202-575-3036
    F Deacon Robert DuPree 202-575-3036
    G Deacon Melvin Ross. 301-856-3782
    HA – HEB Deacon Henry Pulley 301-297-5836
    HEC – HY Deacon Walter Williams 301-856-7336
    I Deacon Henry Pulley 301-297-5836
    JA – JOK Deacon Preston Jones 301-423-6918
    JOL – JOY Deacon Charlie Campbell  301-868-9318
    K Deacon Francis Bryant 202-498-0447
    L Deacon Dennis Blake. 301-297-7491
    M Deacon Billy Larry     301-893-1269
    N Deacon Shervell Jackson  202-812-5310
    O Deacon Melvin Ross  301-856-3782
    P Deacon Lindsay Williams  301-627-2864
      Deacon Harold Reddick  202-498-3099
    Q Deacon Walter Williams 301-856-7336
    R Deacon Clifford Hendking  301-843-1743
    SA – SM Deacon Chester Williams   301-423-6867
    SN – SY Deacon Rudolph Hodges  301-599-7543
    T Deacon Francis Bryant 202-498-0447
    U Deacon Roger Hooker  301-343-1036
    V Deacon Burnut Lane  301-932-4551
    WA – WH Deacon George Watkins 301-423-0315
    WI – WU Deacon Walter Weaver 202-678-1642
    Y Deacon Clifford Hendking  301-843-1743
    Z Deacon Preston Jones 301-423-6918

     


     

     

    Each member of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs is assigned a deacon who is there to serve your needs. If you should need to contact your deacon to ask for prayer, assistance with an issue within the church, or some other church-related issue, please use the list below. Each
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  • MINISTRIES/ADULT USHERS

    MINISTRIES
    ADULT USHERS

    Chairperson: Sis. Janice Hyshaw  
    Vice-Chairperson:
    Sis. Melanie Lowery
    Secretary: Sis. Gloratene Robinson
    Treasurer: Sis. Angela Thomas
    Directress: Sis. Jean L. Easter

                                       
    Age Range: 17 to 55

    Purpose: Ushers are servants to the glory of God who warmly greet, welcome, and seat members and guests who enter God’s house. As forerunners, ushers prepare the place of worship by ensuring all items for a comfortable and effective worship experience are in place.

    We usher on the Second Sunday at 7:30 a.m. and the Third and Fifth Sunday during the 11:15 a.m. each month.
      
    Monthly Meeting Date: Third Saturday
    Meeting Time: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
     
    Annual Day:  Second Sunday in September
     
    Major planned spiritual event for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, Maryland:

    1. Combined Usher’s Anniversary-Second Sunday in September

     
     

     
    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

     

     

     

     


     

     

     

     

     

    Chairperson: Sis.Janice Hyshaw Vice-Chairperson:Sis. Melanie Lowery Secretary:Sis. Gloratene Robinson Treasurer:Sis. Angela Thomas Directress:Sis. Jean L. Easter Age Range: 17 to 55 Purpose: Ushers are servants to the glory of God who warmly greet, welcome, and seat members and guests who enter God’s house. As forerunners, ushers prepare the place of
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  • MINISTRIES/ANOINTED EXPRESSIONS MIME

    MINISTRIES
    ANOINTED EXPRESSIONS MIME

    Coordinator: Sis. Annett Eldridge
    Co-Coordinator: Sis. Sabrina Reddick, interim 
    President: Vacant
    Vice-President: Vacant

    Age Range: 9-17
    Gender: Males Only

     

    Mission Statement: Our mission is to glorify the Savior through silent interpretation of the Gospel as told in the word of God. Through the expression of choreographed movement and dramatic storylines, the Anointed Expressions MIME Ministry of CBCCS seeks to touch the heart, mind, and soul of all God’s people.

    Monthly Meeting Date(s):  Second and Third Saturday each month from 8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

     


     As the spirit leads you...join us!

    Coordinator: Sis. Annett Eldridge Co-Coordinator: Sis. Sabrina Reddick, interim President: Vacant Vice-President: Vacant Age Range: 9-17 Gender: Males Only Mission Statement: Our mission is to glorify the Savior through silent interpretation of the Gospel as told in the word of God. Through the expression of choreographed movement and dramatic storylines,
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  • MINISTRIES/BEAUTIFICATION

    MINISTRIES
    BEAUTIFICATION

    Chairperson: Sis. Kathy Dixon 
    Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Jean L. Easter
      
    1 Chronicle 16:29: “Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name: bring an offering and come before him. Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.”
     
    Purpose: We beautify the church for the glory of God. In other words, we would like for God to get the glory for everything we do so one may see the holiness of God through our works.
     
    Monthly Meeting Date: Third or Fourth Saturday
    Meeting Time: 10:00 a.m.
     
    Annual Day: Second Sunday in April—alternate date if Easter Sunday is on this date
     
    Additional activities ministry may sponsor on an annual basis:

    1. Flower Drive during Christmas and Easter

     
     

     

     
    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Chairperson: Sis. Kathy Dixon Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Jean L. Easter 1 Chronicle 16:29: “Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name: bring an offering and come before him. Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.” Purpose: We beautify the church for the glory of God. In other words,
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  • MINISTRIES/DEACONESS

    MINISTRIES
    DEACONESS


    Chairperson: Deaconess Ruth K. Blake
    Assistant Chairperson: Deaconess Elaine Hendking
    Secretary:  Deaconess Patricia A. Williams
    Assistant Secretary: Deaconess Elaine Murchison
    Chaplain: Deaconess Vivan A. Hodges
    Assistant Chaplain: Vacant
    Activity Coordinator:  Deaconess Shirley R. Jones
    Benevolence: Deaconess Rose C. Crudup
    Sargent-at-Arms: Deaconess Gloria J. Haywood


    MEMBERS
    Deaconess Maya S. Anderson
    Deaconess Mary E. Cole
    Deaconess Evelyn E.B. Green
    Deaconess Darnell H. McDowney
    Deaconess Katherine H. Weaver
    Deaconess
    Nelease
    Williams                       
              
    Vision: To be exemplary female servant leaders who minister to the needs of the congregation and community; give Christian care during a crisis and partner with and support Central Baptist Church ministries in workshops, activities, mission projects and fellowships.
     
    Purpose: Specifically, the deaconess purchase and maintain all communion and baptismal supplies, prepare for –set-up pulpit and communion table— and assist the deacons in serving the Lord’s Supper. We assist female candidates for baptism; we maintain the baptismal pool by purchasing inventory and ensure the cleaning of the baptismal clothing as needed. We also assist in counseling and evangelizing new converts; minister to the congregation and to the sick and bereaved. We are spiritual caregivers within the body of Christ and throughout the community.

    Monthly Meeting Date: Thursday before the first Sunday
                                          (Excluding July, August, and September)

    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, Maryland:
     

    1. Prayer Breakfast- October (annually)
    2. Spiritual book discussion
    3. Deaconess-in-Training (Ongoing)

     





     
     

     
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    Chairperson:Deaconess Ruth K. Blake Assistant Chairperson:Deaconess Elaine Hendking Secretary:Deaconess Patricia A. Williams Assistant Secretary:Deaconess Elaine Murchison Chaplain:Deaconess Vivan A. Hodges Assistant Chaplain:Vacant Activity Coordinator: Deaconess Shirley R. Jones Benevolence:Deaconess Rose C. Crudup Sargent-at-Arms:Deaconess Gloria J. Haywood MEMBERS Deaconess Maya S. Anderson Deaconess Mary E. Cole Deaconess Evelyn E.B. Green Deaconess
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  • MINISTRIES/DEACONS-OF-THE-WEEK

    MINISTRIES
    DEACONS-OF-THE-WEEK

    Deacons-Of-The-Week (October Schedule)

     

    September 30-October 6

    Deacon Cliff Hendking; (301)843-1743
    Deacon
    Burnet Lane; (301)932-4551
    Deacon
    Billy Larry; (301)893-1269

    October 7-13

    Deacon Francis Bryant; (202)498-0447
    Deacon
    Henry Pulley; (301)297-5836
    Trustee
    Fred Davis; (301)449-7399

    October 14-20

    Deacon Robert Dupree; (202)575-3036
    Deacon
    Carl Linton; (703)339-5871
    Deacon
    George Watkins; (301)423-0315

    October 21-27

    Deacon James Blake; (301)868-7124
    Deacon
    Walter Williams; (301)856-7336
    Deacon
    Vincent Hill; (301)861-9531

    October 28-November 3

    Deacon Rudolph Hodges; (301) 599-7543
    Deacon
    Melvin Ross; (301)856-3782
    Deacon
    Roger Hooker; (301)248-9116

     

     

    Deacons-Of-The-Week (October Schedule) September 30-October 6 Deacon Cliff Hendking; (301)843-1743 Deacon Burnet Lane; (301)932-4551 Deacon Billy Larry; (301)893-1269 October 7-13 Deacon Francis Bryant; (202)498-0447 Deacon Henry Pulley; (301)297-5836 Trustee Fred Davis; (301)449-7399 October 14-20 Deacon Robert Dupree; (202)575-3036 Deacon Carl Linton; (703)339-5871 Deacon George Watkins; (301)423-0315 October 21-27 Deacon James
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  • MINISTRIES/FOOD SHARE

    MINISTRIES
    FOOD SHARE

    Chairperson: Bro. Henry Pulley                                
    Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Lydia Joyner
                                                                     
    Purpose: We purchase food at a special price through the Food Share Network for church members and members who are in need of help or assistance.  

    Food Distribution Date: Fourth Friday-(dates subject to change due to holidays)
     
    Distribution Time: 2:00- 6:00 p.m.  

    Additional activities ministry may sponsor on an annual basis:

    1. Provide Thanksgiving Baskets and Christmas Specials
       

    Information about the monthly food share package is available in the Narthex. Central Baptist Church provides four convenient payment methods:

    EBT, Food Stamps, Debit/Credit Cards and Money Orders

    For more information about the Share Food Network, please visit sharedc.org.

     
    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Chairperson:Bro. Henry Pulley Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Lydia Joyner Purpose: We purchase food at a special price through the Food ShareNetwork for church members and members who are in need of help or assistance. Food Distribution Date: Fourth Friday-(dates subject to change due to holidays) Distribution Time: 2:00- 6:00 p.m. Additional activities
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  • MINISTRIES/FOREIGN MISSION

    MINISTRIES
    FOREIGN MISSION

    Chairperson: Deaconness Maya Anderson 
    Vice-Chairperson: Vacant

     Age Range: 18 and up 
     
    Purpose: We participate in local faith base initiatives in accordance with
     the Word of God. We represent our efforts in local churches, workshops, conferences and ministry affiliates. 
     
    Major planned spiritual event for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs:
    please click here for more information about the Foreign Mission Ministry. 
      

     

                             “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Chairperson: Deaconness Maya Anderson Vice-Chairperson: Vacant Age Range: 18 and up Purpose: We participate in local faith base initiatives in accordance withthe Word of God. We represent our efforts in local churches, workshops, conferences and ministry affiliates. Major planned spiritual event for the spiritual growth and edification of the body
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  • MINISTRIES/GOLDEN LIGHT SENIORS

    MINISTRIES
    GOLDEN LIGHT SENIORS

    President: Deaconess Patricia A. Williams                        
    Vice-President: Min. Sadie Martin
    Secretary: Rev. Annie Giles
    Asst. Secretary: Sis. Loretta Wheeler
    Chaplin: Sis. Mary Russell
    Asst. Chaplin: Bro. Donald Harper
    Coordinator: Deaconess Gloria Haywood
    Asst. Coordinator: Sis. Alison Bowling
    Project Coordinator: Sis. Patricia Rawls
    Benevolence: Sis. Queen Hooks
    Spiritual Advisor: Deacon Lindsay Williams
    Minister for Seniors: Rev. Annie Giles
                                         
    Age Range: 60 and up
     
    Mission Statement: Our mission is to be supportive
    to our church by always being mindful of the needs of each other, not only to seniors, but to all members.
     
    Monthly Meeting Date: Second Saturday
    Meeting Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.
     
    Annual Day: Fifth Sunday in May or June
     
    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, Maryland:
      
    1.  Excursions to Biblical Plays 

    Other activities ministry may sponsor on an annual basis: 

    1. Christian movies fellowship and other excursions


     
     
     

     

     
    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!
     

    President: Deaconess Patricia A. Williams Vice-President: Min. Sadie Martin Secretary: Rev. Annie Giles Asst. Secretary: Sis. Loretta Wheeler Chaplin: Sis. Mary Russell Asst. Chaplin: Bro. Donald Harper Coordinator: Deaconess Gloria Haywood Asst. Coordinator: Sis. Alison Bowling Project Coordinator: Sis. Patricia Rawls Benevolence: Sis. Queen Hooks Spiritual Advisor: Deacon LindsayWilliams Minister
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  • MINISTRIES/GOOD NEWS JAIL & PRISON

    MINISTRIES
    GOOD NEWS JAIL & PRISON

    This ministry is currently inactive. We apologize for any inconvenience you may experience because of the inactive status. 

    Volunteer Manager: Vacant
    Age Range: 18 and up
    Gender: Male and Female    
     
    Mission
    statement: To provide spiritual mature equipped and motivated volunteers who meet the needs of inmates through discipleship and Bible Study. Our main objective is to bring hope through the word.
     
    Monthly Meeting Date and time: First Saturday (11:00 a.m.)
                                         Bible Study: First and third Saturday (1:00-2:00 p.m.)
     
    Annual Day: Good News Jail (GNJ) & Prison Ministry Day Third or Fourth Sunday in October during
    11:15 a.m. service
      
    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs:

    1. Bible Study at the Prince George’s Correctional Center, Upper Marlboro-unit assigned by the Chaplain
    2. Annual Prison Day

     
    Additional activities the ministry may participate in on an annual basis:

    1. GNJ & Prison Ministry Volunteer Basic Training (March and September)
          (Must be a member of CBC recommended by the volunteer manager and approved by the Pastor);
    2. GNJ &Prison Ministry Cell Phone Raiser (June – September);
    3. GNJ &Prison Ministry Fundraiser Banquet (October);
    4. GNJ & Prison Ministry Christmas Cantata (December);
    5. Volunteer Manager’s Meeting (March, June, September, and December)
          (for volunteer manager); and
    6.  Prince George’s County Chaplaincy Support Team Meeting (bi-monthly)
         (for volunteer manager and secretary)

     
     

     


               “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    This ministry is currently inactive. Weapologize for any inconvenience you may experience because of the inactive status. Volunteer Manager: Vacant Age Range:18 and up Gender: Male and Female Mission statement:To provide spiritual mature equipped and motivated volunteers who meet the needs of inmates through discipleship and Bible Study. Our main
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  • MINISTRIES/H.S. MOORE SCHOLARSHIP CMTE

    MINISTRIES
    H.S. MOORE SCHOLARSHIP CMTE
    Chairperson: Sis. Betty Alsobrooks
    Co-Chairperson: Sis. Marianna (Brandy) Raynor-Hill
    Secretary: Sis. Kelly Camille Hall
    Graphic Designer: Sis. Shannon Alsobrooks
    Spiritual Advisor: Deacon Melvin Ross


    Purpose: To award monetary scholarships to qualified deserving youth of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs. 

    "The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education." Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 


    Scholarship Requirements: 

    • Must be a graduating senior
    • Must be an active member of CBCCS for at least one year
    • Be actively involved in at least one church ministry for at least one year
    • Enrolled/seeking enrollment in a 2 or 4-year university or trade school
    • Submit completed scholarship application
    • Submit a professional head-to-shoulder photo
    • Submit a 500-word essay on a provided topic
    • Panel interview required


    For more information, please contact Betty Alsobrooks at bbalsobro@gmail.com. 

    2018 Scholarship Application

    Continue to visit this page for more information about the scholarship application process. 

     

    Chairperson: Sis. Betty Alsobrooks Co-Chairperson: Sis. Marianna (Brandy) Raynor-Hill Secretary: Sis. Kelly Camille Hall Graphic Designer: Sis. Shannon Alsobrooks Spiritual Advisor: Deacon Melvin Ross Purpose:To awardmonetary scholarships toqualified deserving youth of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs. "The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to
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  • MINISTRIES/HENRY S. MOORE CHOIR

    MINISTRIES
    HENRY S. MOORE CHOIR

    Coordinator: Deaconess Ruth Blake                                 
    Assistant Coordinator: Sis. Angela Conley
    Administrative Coordinator: Sis. Jean McLeod
    Communication Coordinator: Deaconess Evelyn Green
    Uniform Coordinator: Sis. Juliaetta Larry
    Chaplain: Bro. Donald Harper
     
    Age Range: 16 and up
      
    Mission: We support the mission of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs to “seek lost souls for Christ, to edify the saved, and to glorify the Savior” through the gospel in song,
    praise and thanksgiving.
     
    Monthly Meeting Dates: Third and Fourth Saturday 
    Meeting Time: 11:30 a.m.
     
    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, Maryland:

     

    1. Support the planned activities of the Music Department

     
     
     
     

     


     

                    “As the spirit leads you… join us, you are welcome!”

    Coordinator:Deaconess Ruth Blake Assistant Coordinator:Sis. Angela Conley Administrative Coordinator: Sis. Jean McLeod Communication Coordinator: Deaconess Evelyn Green Uniform Coordinator:Sis. Juliaetta Larry Chaplain: Bro.Donald Harper Age Range: 16 and up Mission: We support the mission of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs to “seek lost souls for Christ, to edify the
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  • MINISTRIES/HOSPITALITY

    MINISTRIES
    HOSPITALITY

    Chairperson: Sis. Darlene Carter                       
    Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Edna Brown
     
    Age Range: 18 and up
      
    We provide the “
      
    : To give every visitor that walks through the church doors a very warm welcome. We want to make people feel at home and create an atmosphere where friendliness and kindness are endless. We are here to serve God and his people; we contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality.Purpose
    welcome” address upon request. We have participated in the following services: Women’s Day, Dedications and Homecoming.
     
    Future activities the ministry may sponsor on an annual basis:
     
    1. Hospitality booth during Outreach Community Day
     
     
                             
     

     


     

                     “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Chairperson:Sis. Darlene Carter Vice-Chairperson:Sis. Edna Brown Age Range: 18 and up We provide the “ : To give every visitor that walks through the church doors a very warm welcome. We want to make people feel at home and create an atmosphere where friendliness and kindness are endless. We are
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  • MINISTRIES/INTERCESSORY PRAYER

    MINISTRIES
    INTERCESSORY PRAYER

    Director: Dr. Betty C. Ross, Minister
     
    Purpose: To equip the saints on how to pray the Word of God and how to intercede. "Knowing Jesus Christ lives to make intercession for the saints" when we begin to pray led by the Holy Spirit, we become Jesus' voice on the earth and are co-labors with our Lord.

    Paul stated, "I exhort, therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercession and giving of thanks be made for all men: For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceful life in all godliness and honesty." 1 Timothy 2: 1-2

    Monthly Meeting Dates: Each Tuesday
    Meeting Time: 7:00-9:00 p.m.

    Prayer Counselor on duty can be 
    reached at 301-836-3100; the Central Prayer Line Center is in operation Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.




    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

     


     

     

    Director: Dr. Betty C.Ross, Minister Purpose:To equip the saints on how to pray the Word of God and how to intercede. "KnowingJesus Christ lives to make intercession for the saints" when we begin to pray led by theHoly Spirit, we become Jesus' voiceon the earth and are co-labors with our
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  • MINISTRIES/JUNIOR USHERS

    MINISTRIES
    JUNIOR USHERS

    Chairperson: Sis. Nichole Smith      

    Liaison: Sis. Karen Williamson
    Assistant
    : Sis. Sabrina Bryant

     

    Junior Officers

    President: Bro. Victor McNeill
    Secretary: Sis. Eva Dobbs
    Chaplain:  Sis. Gabriell Carter

                                            
    Age Range: 6 to 16 
    Gender: Male and Female     

    Purpose: Ushers are servants to the glory of God who warmly greet, welcome, and seat members and guests who enter God’s house. As forerunners, ushers prepare the place of worship by ensuring all items for a comfortable and effective worship experience are in place.

     
    We usher on fourth Sunday during the 11:15 a.m. service. 
      
    Monthly Meeting Date: Thursday before the fourth Sunday
    Meeting Time: 7:00-8:30 p.m.
     
    Annual Day: Combined Usher’s Annual Day held the Second Sunday in September
      

     
     
     

     


     

                                                  “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Chairperson:Sis. Nichole Smith Liaison: Sis. Karen Williamson Assistant:Sis. Sabrina Bryant Junior Officers President: Bro. Victor McNeill Secretary: Sis. Eva Dobbs Chaplain: Sis. Gabriell Carter Age Range: 6 to 16 Gender: Male and Female Purpose:Ushers are servants to the glory of God who warmly greet, welcome, and seat members and guests
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  • MINISTRIES/MALE CHOIR

    MINISTRIES
    MALE CHOIR

    Coordinator: Deacon Billy Larry                                 
    Assistant Coordinator: Deacon Clifford
    Hendking
    Administrative Coordinator: Deacon Carl Linton
    Communications Coordinator: Deacon George Watkins
    Uniform Coordinator: Deacon Harold Reddick
    Chaplain: Bro. Donald Harper
                                                             
    Age Range: 21 to 75
     
    Mission: To lift up the name of Jesus Christ in song with men who worship our Lord and Savior in spirit and in truth.  
     
    Monthly Meeting Dates: Second and Third Saturday
    Meeting Time: 8:30 a.m.
      
    The members of the Male Choir are encouraged to support any activity within the church where men are expected to attend.
     
     
     
     
     
     

     


     

                  “As the spirit leads you… join us, you are welcome!”

    Coordinator: Deacon Billy Larry Assistant Coordinator: Deacon Clifford Hendking AdministrativeCoordinator: Deacon Carl Linton Communications Coordinator: Deacon George Watkins Uniform Coordinator:Deacon Harold Reddick Chaplain: Bro. Donald Harper Age Range: 21 to 75 Mission: To lift up the name of Jesus Christ in song with men who worship our Lord and Savior
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  • MINISTRIES/MEN'S

    MINISTRIES
    MEN'S

    President: Bro. Carl Linton                              
    Vice-President: Bro. Edward Kelley
    Secretary: Bro. Henry Pulley
    Chaplin: Bro. Luther Jackson
    Event Coordinator: Bro. Luther Jackson
    Member-at-large: Bro. T. Everett
                                                
    Age Range: 21 to 75

    Mission: To minister and teach the men of Central Baptist Church about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the purpose he has given us and how to apply God's word to our daily lives.
     
    Monthly Meeting Dates:  Second Friday each month – Staff Meeting
                                            Fourth Friday each month as needed
                                            (Fourth Friday is a “Ministry Event)
    Meeting Time: 7:00- 9:00 p.m.
     
    Annual Day: Third Sunday in September (Combined with the Women's Ministry)
    History of Men's and Women's Ministries
     
    Major planned spiritual event(s) for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, Maryland:
     

    1. Men’s Annual Retreat (June)
    2. Annual Church Picnic (June)
    3. Men and Women’s Annual Prayer Breakfast (To be determined)

     
     


    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    President: Bro. Carl Linton Vice-President: Bro. Edward Kelley Secretary:Bro. Henry Pulley Chaplin: Bro. Luther Jackson Event Coordinator: Bro. Luther Jackson Member-at-large: Bro.T. Everett Age Range: 21 to 75 Mission: To ministerand teach the men of Central Baptist Church about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the purpose he has
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  • MINISTRIES/MISSION

    MINISTRIES
    MISSION

    MISSION STATEMENT

    The Mission of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs is to Seek lost souls for Christ; Edify the Saved; and Glorify the Savior.

     

    MISSION STATEMENT The Mission of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springsis to Seek lost souls for Christ; Edify the Saved; and Glorify the Savior.
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  • MINISTRIES/MUSIC

    MINISTRIES
    MUSIC

    Chairperson: Sis. A. Devoynne Young 
    Music Committee: Sisters Jackie Simpson, Annett Eldridge, and Angela Conley

    Age Range: 4 and up 
    Gender: Male and Female
     
    Mission: The mission of the Music Ministry is to serve as an integral part of worship services by offering an atmosphere encouraging to worship and praise. Further, as we continually minister God’s word through music and song, we seek to individually and collectively call out to lost souls for Christ and to glorify the Savior.
     
    Monthly Meeting Dates and Times:
               
    Women’s Choir – Fourth and First Saturday……………………………...10:00 a.m.
    Heavenly Angels Choir – First and Second Saturday……………………11:30 a.m.
    Youth Choir – First and Second Saturday………………………………...10:00 a.m.
    Male Chorus – Second and Third Saturday……………………… ……....8:30 a.m.
    Henry S. Moore Inspirational Choir— 3rdand 4thSaturday……………...11:30 a.m.
     
     
    Major planned spiritual event for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, Maryland:
     
    1.  Christmas Cantata – Third Sunday in December                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              







     

     


      
       
       

     


                                   “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”                    

    Chairperson: Sis. A. Devoynne Young Music Committee: Sisters Jackie Simpson, Annett Eldridge, and Angela Conley Age Range: 4 and up Gender: Male and Female Mission: The mission of the Music Ministry is to serve as an integral part of worship services by offering an atmosphere encouraging to worship and praise.
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  • MINISTRIES/NURSES

    MINISTRIES
    NURSES

    Coordinator: Sis. Karena Dobbs
    Asst. Coordinator: Vacant
    Secretary: Vicky Anthony
    Project Coordinator: 
    Teretha Jones                               
    Project Coordinator: Lydia Joyner
    Uniform: Julietta Larry
    Uniform: Deaconness Maya Anderson  
           
    Age Range: 13 and up (non-professional) 
    Gender: Male and Female
     
    Purpose: To administer
    aide to all in need during Worship Service.
        
    Quarterly Meeting Dates: Second Saturday
    in March, June, September and December
    Meeting Time: 10:00 a.m.
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
     

     


    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Coordinator: Sis. Karena Dobbs Asst. Coordinator: Vacant Secretary: Vicky Anthony Project Coordinator:Teretha Jones Project Coordinator: Lydia Joyner Uniform: Julietta Larry Uniform: Deaconness Maya Anderson Age Range: 13 and up (non-professional) Gender: Male and Female Purpose: To administer aide to all in need during Worship Service. Quarterly Meeting Dates: Second Saturdayin
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  • MINISTRIES/OUTREACH

    MINISTRIES
    OUTREACH

    President: Sis. Catherine Moore
    Vice President: Vacant
    Secretary: Sis. Linda Jackson 
    Asst. Secretary: Sis. Cheryl Quick
    Chaplain: Sis. Lillian Dillard
    Asst. Chaplain:  Vacant

    Mission: To glorify God by fulfilling the Great Commission to make disciples all over the world by spreading the good news of Jesus Christ our Saviour. 

    Core Scriptures:  Matthew 28:19-20 and Matthew 25:35-40
     

    Outreach Ministry Focus: 
    3rd Tuesday each month - Outreach Meeting - 7:00-9:00 p.m.
    Plan and discuss upcoming events regarding ways to reach out and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ; also provide training to enhance the members' ability to be effective.

    1st Saturday each month - 5:00- 7:00 p.m.
    Prince George's House for Men Shelter - Feed the men a nutritious meal, and preach the Word of God to let them know Jesus has not forgotten them. 

    3rd Friday each month - 6:00- 7:00 p.m.
    Bradford Oaks Nursing Home- Ensure the elderly residents have an opportunity to hear the preached Word of God as well as showing them love and kindness.

    Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs' Annual Community Day - To show love in the community by giving back to those in need physically and spiritually; the goal for our church is to be a beacon of God's love in the community. 

    Feeding the Homeless on the Streets - Showing love to the downtrodden by first feeding their physical needs and then sharing the goodness of Jesus.

    Street Witnessing (date to be determined) - To canvass the streets and let people know that Jesus loves them and share the good news of salvation by passing out tracks.

    Annual Evangelism Seminar - Equipping the members of the Outreach Ministry and the church members the Biblical knowledge to disciple lost souls for Christ. 

    Thanksgiving Baskets - Assist with the preparation and distribution of Thanksgiving baskets to bless others in need during this holiday. 

    Evangelism Outreach Ministry Annual Day - 2nd Sunday in November at 11:15 a.m.

     


     


                  “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    President:Sis. Catherine Moore Vice President: Vacant Secretary:Sis. Linda Jackson Asst. Secretary: Sis. Cheryl Quick Chaplain: Sis. Lillian Dillard Asst. Chaplain: Vacant Mission: To glorify God by fulfilling the Great Commission to make disciples all over the world by spreading the good news of Jesus Christ our Saviour. Core Scriptures: Matthew
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  • MINISTRIES/PRAISE DANCE

    MINISTRIES
    PRAISE DANCE

    Director: Sis.Alison Linton
    Asst. to Director: Sis. 
    Demita Green
    Team Lead: Sis. Alicia Conley
    Team Lead: Sis.Felicia Coward                     
    Uniform Coordinator:               

    Age Range: 6 and up 
    Gender: Females only 
     
    Mission: The mission of the Praise Dance Ministry (Daughters of Judah) is to express our love for God by using our Godly temples to dance before Him as an act of true praise and worship.  As we dance before the Lord, our desire is to worship Him in such a manner that it ministers to the hearts of others and creates an atmosphere that breaks the yokes and sets captives free.
     
    Monthly Meeting Dates: Adults Third Saturday; all others on the Second and Third Saturday.
    Meeting Times: Second Saturday - 8:30-10:00 a.m.
                             Third Saturday - 8:30-10:30 a.m.
     
    Major planned spiritual event for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs:
     
    1. Daughters of Judah Dance Extravaganza 
      
      

     


    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Director:Sis.Alison Linton Asst. to Director: Sis.Demita Green Team Lead:Sis. Alicia Conley Team Lead: Sis.Felicia Coward Uniform Coordinator: Age Range: 6 and up Gender: Females only Mission: The mission of the Praise Dance Ministry (Daughters of Judah) is to express our love for God by using our Godly temples to dance
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  • MINISTRIES/PRAISE TEAM

    MINISTRIES
    PRAISE TEAM

    Coordinator: Sis.  Karena Dobbs
    Assistant Coordinator: Sis. Angela Conley 

                                                       
    Age Range: 21 and up

    Mission: In harmony with the church’s mission, our mission is to lead the congregation in praise and worship to the one true God through the ministry of music as directed by the Holy Spirit.

    Purpose: Music plays an important role in the church. Those who are led to serve in this ministry must understand they are not mere performers but ministers who serve in the worship process through the medium of music. Psalms 33:1-5
     
    The Praise Team sings every Fourth Sunday and on Fifth Sunday as needed. We also accompany the Pastor on various engagements.
      
    Monthly Meeting Dates:  Third and Fourth Saturday before the Fourth Sunday
    Meeting Times:  10:00-11:00 a.m. – Third Saturday
                                9:00-10:00 a.m. – Fourth Saturday

     
     
     
     

     


    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Coordinator:Sis.Karena Dobbs Assistant Coordinator: Sis. Angela Conley Age Range: 21 and up Mission: In harmony with the church’s mission, our mission is to lead the congregation in praise and worship to the one true God through the ministry of music as directed by the Holy Spirit. Purpose: Music plays an
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  • MINISTRIES/Resource Ministry

    MINISTRIES
    Resource Ministry

    President: Sis. Belinda Watson                             
    Vice-President: Sis. Sharon Hill
    Secretary: Sis. Rosalyn Watson
    Chaplin: Sis. Sharon Hill

                                                
    Age Range: 18 and up

    Mission:  To provide practical living tools based on biblical principles for fulfilling a Christian lifestyle. 
     
    Monthly Meeting Dates: First Thursday of the month
    Meeting Time: 7:00 p.m.
     
     
    Major planned spiritual event(s) for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, Maryland:

    1. Black History Month (February)
    2. Veterans Day (November)
    3. Tutoring Program 
    4. Educational Workshops

     
     


    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    President: Sis. Belinda Watson Vice-President: Sis. Sharon Hill Secretary:Sis. Rosalyn Watson Chaplin:Sis.Sharon Hill Age Range: 18 and up Mission:To provide practical living tools based on biblical principles for fulfilling a Christian lifestyle. Monthly Meeting Dates:First Thursday of the month Meeting Time: 7:00 p.m. Major planned spiritual event(s) for the spiritual
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  • MINISTRIES/REV. PARKER CANCER AWARENESS

    MINISTRIES
    REV. PARKER CANCER AWARENESS

    President: Bro. Leon Turner
    Vice-President: Vacant 
    Secretary: Sis. Ruth Royster
    Chaplin: Deacon Carl Linton
     
    MISSION
     
    The ministry is established to educate, enlighten, and promote church and community cancer awareness and prevention through proactive education methods. The program is also designed for informational purposes, assistance for those with concerns, testimonials, and to provide church support for members and families who have been diagnosed with cancer and cancer survivors. The ministry has been established in the memory of the beloved Reverend John H. Parker, who died 
    from cancer on February 12, 2012.

    PURPOSE
    Develop and implement education and support strategies.  The volunteers are not “medical professionals” and are not affiliated with any medical entities; however, we will solicit medical professionals and other speakers to share information with the church members and community on the various types of cancers and related details.  Personal information and medical histories will be kept in strict confidence.
     
    Our primary goal is to raise church and community awareness about cancer, 
    treatment and prevention.  This includes various types of cancer: breast, lung, prostate, ovarian, throat, colon-rectal, etc.  We plan to provide specific projects: church support groups, presentations by various cancer support organizations, and provide  support resources for members dealing with cancer through group sessions, cancer prevention practices (exercise, diet/nutrition, routine exams, etc.), In addition to making our new church ministry available to those in needs, we also intend to ask our church clergy to be available, especially if you choose to discuss your feelings or concerns privately. We will also inform you of the various cancer services available: cancer support organizations, local caregivers, community partners and the Affordable Care Health Plan (Obama Care) that covers all types of cancer, pre-existing conditions, and many other preventive treatments.

    Monthly Meeting Date: every fourth Saturday from Noon – 2 p.m., beginning August 23, 2014

    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, MD:

     

    1. Church “Cancer Awareness Day”
    2. Updated Information/Handouts and Available Resources/Organizations      

      
    MAJOR KILLERS
      
    PROSTATE CANCER
     
    Did you know that one of the more common cancers that affect men is prostate cancer?  Prostate cancer is a disease that occurs when malignant (cancer) cells grow in the tissues of the prostate.  Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer that causes death in men after lung cancer.  It is a deadly disease that affects African-American men more than any other race. 
     
    In 2007, there were 218, 890 new cases of prostate cancer diagnosed within the United States.  In 2012, that number increased to 241, 740 new cases.  The National Cancer Institute estimated that in 2013, there were 238, 590 new cases of prostate cancer in the U.S. – the numbers are declining because of early detection and prevention.        
     
    The above span of years and numbers illustrates how much prostate cancer has risen over a 6 year period.  This is a very serious and deadly disease if gone untreated.  1 in 5 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime; however, the good news is that only 1 in 34 men will die of the disease thanks to early detection and treatment. 
     
    To date, there are 1.8 million men in the United States that are cancer survivors and the National Cancer Institute estimates that 2,617,682 men live with prostate cancer in the United States. 
     
    BREAST CANCER
     
    Did you know that the most common type of breast cancer is Ductal Carcinoma which begins in the lining of the milk ducts (thin tubes that carry milk from the lobules of the breast to the nipples)?  Another type of breast cancer is Lobular Carcinoma which begins in the lobules (milk glands) of the breasts.  Also, inflammatory breast cancer is an uncommon type of cancer in which the breasts become red, swollen, and warm.  The most invasive type of breast cancer is that which has spread from the breast ducts or lobules to surrounding normal tissue. Importantly, breast cancer can occur in both women and men, although male breast cancer is rare.  Most people are also unaware that there is a correlation between prostate cancer cells and breast cancer cells. In 2013, there were 232,340 new cases of female breast cancer and 2,240 men were diagnosed with the disease in the United States. Currently, there are 39,620 women and 410 men who died from this disease in the United States.  The good news is that the overall cancer death rates continue to decline in the United States among men and women because of early detection and treatment.

    The committee will request breast cancer survivors to come and discuss their journey and offer tips and advice to help others cope with the challenges of recovery. The cancer program as with any new program will make changes and update the program to better serve the needs of our church family and community.
     
    For more information about the Reverend John H. Parker Cancer Awareness Ministry or about cancer, please contact Brother Albert Robinson, Committee Chair, at (301) 751-4498.  You can also contact Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs at (301) 899-3800 during office hours (9 am – 5 pm),  the website: http://www.centralbaptistchurchcs.org/ or by email: info@centralbaptistchurchcs.org.  
     

     
     
     
           
     

    President: Bro. Leon Turner Vice-President: Vacant Secretary: Sis. Ruth Royster Chaplin: Deacon Carl Linton MISSION The ministry is established to educate, enlighten, and promote church and community cancer awareness and prevention through proactive education methods. The program is also designed for informational purposes, assistance for those with concerns, testimonials, and
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  • MINISTRIES/SECURITY

    MINISTRIES
    SECURITY

    Chairperson: Sis. Marlene Mahoney                                
    Vice-chairperson: Bro. Darryl Barney
                                    
    Age range: 40 to 65 
    Gender: Male and Female     


    Mission: The mission of the Security Ministry is to recruit and deploy faithful servants of God to serve as “watchmen” for the church; to observe and take appropriate action to prevent anything that may pose a threat to the safety and well-being of our church family during church services. 
     
    Vision: Our long-term goal is to develop a church security program that seeks to educate church members about personal safety and crime prevention in a Christian environment.
        
    Quarterly Meeting Dates:  Fourth Sunday in January, April, 
    July, and October
    Called meetings will be held for any special occasions that require security coverage.
     
    Meeting Time: 10:00 a.m.
     
    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs:

    1. Security Ministry Anniversary Brunch – August
    2. Annual Security Ministry Training Retreat – August

       
    Additional activities ministry may sponsor on an annual basis:
     

    1. Development of an annual Safety and Crime Information Week to include printed material and references for additional resources.
       
       
       

       

    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

     
     



     

     

    Chairperson: Sis. Marlene Mahoney Vice-chairperson: Bro. Darryl Barney Age range: 40 to 65 Gender: Male and Female Mission: The mission of the Security Ministry is to recruit and deploy faithful servants of God to serve as “watchmen” for the church; to observe and take appropriate action to prevent anything that
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  • MINISTRIES/SENIOR USHERS

    MINISTRIES
    SENIOR USHERS

    Chairperson: Deaconess Elaine Murchison
    Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Rosa Jenkins
    Secretary: Sis. Lucille Davis
    Assistant Secretary: Sis.
    Dazelene Forte
    Treasurer: Sis. Christine Curry
    Chaplin: Sis. Lydia Smith
    Assistant Chaplin:  Sis. Rosa Osborne
    Sergeant-At-Arms: Bro. Dupree Simmons
    Benevolence
    : Sis. Mavis Beamon and Sis. Connie Crayton
    Chief Usher: Sis. Mavis Beamon
    Uniform Coordinators: Sis. Mary Merrick and Bro. Dwight Jones
    Activities Coordinators: Sis. Yolanda Bowles and Sis. Chery Quick
    ICUA Representative:  Sis. Janice Hyshaw

                                          
    Age Range: 56 and up 

    Purpose: Ushers are servants to the glory of God who warmly greet, welcome, and seat members and guests who enter God’s house. As forerunners, ushers prepare the place of worship by ensuring all items for a comfortable and effective worship experience are in place.
     
    Monthly Meeting Date: Third Saturday

    Meeting Time: 10:00 a.m.-Noon
     
    Annual Day: Second Sunday in September
     
     
     





                       “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Chairperson:Deaconess Elaine Murchison Vice-Chairperson:Sis. Rosa Jenkins Secretary:Sis. Lucille Davis Assistant Secretary:Sis.Dazelene Forte Treasurer:Sis. Christine Curry Chaplin:Sis. Lydia Smith Assistant Chaplin: Sis. Rosa Osborne Sergeant-At-Arms:Bro. Dupree Simmons Benevolence: Sis. Mavis Beamon and Sis. Connie Crayton Chief Usher: Sis. Mavis Beamon Uniform Coordinators: Sis. Mary Merrick and Bro. Dwight Jones Activities Coordinators:
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  • MINISTRIES/SOUND/MEDIA

    MINISTRIES
    SOUND/MEDIA

    Chairperson: Deacon Robert DuPree                                
    Vice-Chairperson: Deacon Charlie Campbell
     
    Age Range: 12 to 45
      
      
    Purpose: We are about being as one, and we ask the Lord to anoint our hearing and hands so we may be used as a vessel to edify the congregation through amplifying sound for singing, vocals, preaching, etc.
      
    The Sound Ministry is an integral part of the Sunday worship services, enabling all worshippers to clearly hear the teaching and worship with minimum distractions while focusing on our Lord Jesus Christ.   
     
     
     
     
     

     


                     “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

     
     

    Chairperson: Deacon Robert DuPree Vice-Chairperson: Deacon Charlie Campbell Age Range: 12 to 45 Purpose: We are about being as one, and we ask the Lord to anoint our hearing and hands so we may be used as a vessel to edify the congregation through amplifying sound for singing, vocals, preaching,
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  • MINISTRIES/STARLIGHT READERS YOUTH BOOK CLUB

    MINISTRIES
    STARLIGHT READERS YOUTH BOOK CLUB

    This ministry is currently inactive. We apologize for any inconvenience you may experience because of the inactive status. 

    Coordinator: Sis. Annett Eldridge
    Assistant Coordinator: Sis. JaNeise Beckwith

    President: Vacant
    Vice-President: Sis. JaNai' Beckwith
    Secretary: Sis. Sidney Williams
    Assistant Secretary: Sis. Makayla Mansfield
    Communications: Vacant
    Projects: Sis. Quanshay Grant
    Chaplain: Vacant

    Age Range: 13-21
    Gender: Male and Female

    To expand the youth’s personal literary experience by reading a selection of titles that vary in genre from new and classic fiction to non-fiction/fantasy and mystery to social commentary and history to

    autobiographies/biographies; and expose to literature written by various authors.

     

    Mission: To provide an open forum and fun atmosphere for the exchange of ideas and opinions by having bi-monthly book discussions and networking with other book clubs and literary organizations.

     

    Monthly Meeting Date(s): First Saturday during the months of February, April, June, August, October, and December—8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.







                                                      As the spirit leads you...join us, you are welcome.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    This ministry is currently inactive. Weapologize for any inconvenience you may experience because of the inactive status. Coordinator: Sis. Annett Eldridge Assistant Coordinator: Sis. JaNeise Beckwith President: Vacant Vice-President: Sis. JaNai' Beckwith Secretary: Sis. Sidney Williams Assistant Secretary: Sis. Makayla Mansfield Communications: Vacant Projects: Sis. Quanshay Grant Chaplain: Vacant Age
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  • MINISTRIES/SUNDAY SCHOOL

    MINISTRIES
    SUNDAY SCHOOL

    Chairperson: Sis. Clara Patterson
    Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Carolyn Fitzgerald
    Secretary: Sis. Edna Robinson                                          
    Asst. Secretary: Sis. Rosalie Hughes  
    Chaplin: Vacant

    Age Range: 2 and up
     
     Mission: To educate all ages for spiritual growth and learning the word of God.
     
    Monthly Meeting Date: Second Saturday
                                         (Sunday School staff only)
    Meeting Time: 10:00 a.m.
     
     
    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs:

     

    1. Sunday School Promotion Day (Last Sunday in August)
    2. Assisting with Youth Recognition Day (June)

     
     Come to Sunday School because...

    Sunday School teaches the Bible, the message of God Almighty; 
    Sunday School prepares one better to face the problems of life;
    Sunday School teaches obedience and respect for parents and those in authority; 
    Sunday School will give the student the opportunity to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ; 
    Sunday School presents opportunities to share Christian experiences; 
    Sunday School shows the student how he can be of service in this sinful world; 
    Sunday School brings together those with whom you can form true friendships; 
    Sunday School gives the opportunity to bring others under the message of the Gospel; 
    Sunday School 
    teaches songs of real beauty, comfort, and praise; and
    Sunday School gives the opportunity to discuss spiritual problems in small groups with those of the same age.
     
                   


            “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Chairperson: Sis.Clara Patterson Vice-Chairperson: Sis. Carolyn Fitzgerald Secretary: Sis. Edna Robinson Asst. Secretary: Sis. Rosalie Hughes Chaplin: Vacant Age Range: 2 and up Mission: To educate all ages for spiritual growth and learning the word of God. Monthly Meeting Date: Second Saturday (Sunday School staff only) Meeting Time: 10:00 a.m.
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  • MINISTRIES/TRUSTEES

    MINISTRIES
    TRUSTEES

    TRUSTEES

    Sis. Linda DePugh, Co-Chairman
    Sis. Jocelyn Bennett-Martin
    Bro. Fred Davis
    Sis. Jean Jackson
    Sis. Reggie Johnson
    Sis. Mildred Watkins

     

    TRUSTEES Sis. LindaDePugh, Co-Chairman Sis. Jocelyn Bennett-Martin Bro. Fred Davis Sis. Jean Jackson Sis. Reggie Johnson Sis. Mildred Watkins
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  • MINISTRIES/UNITED SOUTHERN BAND

    MINISTRIES
    UNITED SOUTHERN BAND

    President: Sis. Yvonne Rice

    Monthly Meeting: Third Saturday each month
     
    Mission: The mission of this group is to preserve and maintain African-American traditional "song-style." The hymns and spirituals are rhythmic call and response.

    Purpose:  The United Southern Prayer Band was organized in 1940 in Baltimore, MD. The group convenes each month singing and praying at various churches in the District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina and South Carolina. The hymns and spirituals were developed by slaves at camp meetings and revivals before the nineteenth century.


    The United Southern Prayer Band is a part of the 1997 Smithsonian Institution Folk life exhibit Wade in the Water. Central Baptist Church joined the United Southern Prayer Band in 1976 as Prayer Band # 3.




                          “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    President: Sis.Yvonne Rice Monthly Meeting: Third Saturday each month Mission: The mission of this group is to preserve and maintain African-American traditional "song-style." The hymns and spirituals are rhythmic call and response. Purpose: The United Southern Prayer Band was organized in 1940 in Baltimore, MD. The group convenes each month
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  • MINISTRIES/WOMEN'S

    MINISTRIES
    WOMEN'S

     

     

    Scripture: I Corinthians 12:4-7

    There are diversities of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are differences of ministries, but the same Lord. And there are diversities of activities, but it is the same God who works all in all. But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for the profit of all: (NKJV)


    Minister to Women: Min. Johnetta Lee
    President: Sis. Karena Dobbs
    Vice-President  Sis. Carol Harrington

    Email:  womensmin@centralbaptistchurchcs.org

    Our purpose is to minister to the needs of all women by encouraging spiritual growth through the study of God’s Word; building relationships that support and uplift physically and emotionally; and empowering all women as servants of God in their homes, the church, the community and the world.

    Every month on the first Saturday, we meet for our Saturday Morning Fellowship from 8-10a.m.  Come and experience the transforming presence of God as we study and pray together, worship together and praise God for His many blessings!
     

    Working Together…

    We can and will achieve great things by working together.  For more information on how you can get involved, send an email to our address listed above.  We welcome your ideas on how we can best serve the needs of all women in every season of life.


    History of Women's Ministries

                        


    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Scripture: I Corinthians 12:4-7 There are diversities of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are differences ofministries, but the same Lord. And there are diversities of activities, but it is the same God who works all in all. But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for
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  • MINISTRIES/WOMEN'S CHOIR

    MINISTRIES
    WOMEN'S CHOIR

    Coordinator: Minister Geneva B. Williams                                 
    Assistant Coordinator: Sis. Loisteen Clark
    Administrative Coordinator: Sis. Deborah Young
    Communications Coordinator: Sis. Sadie Christian
    Uniform Coordinator: Sis. Patricia Alexander
    Chaplain: Sis. Mary Russell
                                                            
    Age Range:  21 and up
       
    Mission: The mission of the Women’s Choir is to magnify, glorify, edify and praise God through song.
     
    Monthly Meeting Dates: Fourth Saturday and Saturday before the First Sunday
    Meeting Time: 10:00 a.m.
      
    Major planned spiritual events for the spiritual growth and edification of the body of Christ at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs:
     
    1.  Distribution of Thanksgiving Day baskets to families in need
     
    2.  Christmas fellowship with the seniors of Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs
      

     

    “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

    Coordinator: Minister Geneva B. Williams Assistant Coordinator: Sis.Loisteen Clark Administrative Coordinator: Sis. Deborah Young CommunicationsCoordinator: Sis. Sadie Christian Uniform Coordinator: Sis. Patricia Alexander Chaplain: Sis. Mary Russell Age Range: 21 and up Mission: The mission of the Women’s Choir is to magnify, glorify, edify and praise God through song. Monthly
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  • MINISTRIES/YOUTH

    MINISTRIES
    YOUTH

    Chairperson: Rev. Justin Williams, Youth Pastor
               
    Age Range:  2 to 18
     
    Mission: The Youth Ministry is a part of the total ministry of the church. It is built upon a foundation of biblical faith and seeks to carry the message of salvation—God’s plan to save you from sin—in appropriate ways to all youth. The Youth Ministry attempts to point youth toward God and strives to help them become involved in the Great Commission.  The Great Commission requires each of us as Christians to make disciples or followers of Christ; to observe all that Jesus
    commanded and to witness for Christ through the power of God’s Holy Spirit throughout the world.
     
    Purpose: The Youth Ministry recognizes that the spiritual part of life cannot be separated from the other aspects of life. The physical, mental, social and emotional development of a person has a great deal to do with one’s spiritual development. Therefore, the Youth Ministry Program consists of the following:
     
    Bible Study
    Discussions on specific topics
    Teen rap sessions
    Seminars, 
    arts, and crafts
    Bible Trivia/Draw Your Sword Competitions
    Trips and tours
    Roller/ice skating
    Self-development activities
    Lock-ins and retreats
    Plays and skits
    Potluck dinners, pizza night
    Praise night
    Basketball, volleyball and other activities

    The Youth Ministry also conducts a weekly Summer-in-the-Parking Lot*.  Each year in June, a Youth Recognition Service is held to recognize the accomplishments of the youth in school, church and the community. The Youth Ministry also recognizes other persons who are not members of CBCCS but have actively participated in the Youth Ministry throughout the year. 
     
    While the Youth Ministry is for all children and teens at Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs, their parents, other family members, 
    friends, and neighbors are welcome to participate.                                     
       
    Monthly Meeting Dates: Second and fourth Friday (September- June)
    Meeting Time: 7:00- 9:00 p.m.
     
    Annual Day: Second Sunday in June – Youth Recognition Day
     
    *During the months of July and August, the Youth Ministry meets for Summer-in-the-Parking Lot from 6:00 p.m. until dusk.
      
       
    Youth Ministry Basketball 
    Contact Person: Bro. James Jones, Sr.
                                           
     

     

                           “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”
     

    Chairperson:Rev. Justin Williams, Youth Pastor Age Range: 2 to 18 Mission: The Youth Ministry is a part of the total ministry of the church. It is built upon a foundation of biblical faith and seeks to carry the message of salvation—God’s plan to save you from sin—in appropriate ways to
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  • MINISTRIES/YOUTH CHOIRS

    MINISTRIES
    YOUTH CHOIRS

    Coordinator: Sis. Teretha “Tee” Jones
     
    Age Range: 13 to 25 (Youth Choir)
                         4 to 12 (Heavenly Angels) 
      
      
    Mission: Saving our children from the streets while teaching them how to fellowship with one another and how to worship the Lord as they sing hymns of praise.

    Monthly Meeting Dates (Youth Choir): First and second Saturday 
                                                                 10:00-11:30 a.m.
    Monthly Meeting Dates (Heavenly Angels): First and second Saturday 
                                                                          11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 


    Youth Choir sings on the second Sunday during the 7:30 a.m. service.

    Heavenly Angels sing on the second Sunday during the 11:15 a.m. service.
      
      
      
      

     

                          “As the spirit leads you…join us, you are welcome!”

     
     

    Coordinator: Sis. Teretha “Tee” Jones Age Range: 13 to 25 (Youth Choir) 4 to 12 (Heavenly Angels) Mission: Savingour children from the streets while teaching them how to fellowship with one another and how toworship the Lordas they sing hymns of praise. Monthly Meeting Dates (Youth Choir): First and second
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