Churchill Baptist Church Of Christ, Inc.

Advancing THE KINGDOM OF GOD, by Being A CHURCH OF SECOND CHANCES!

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Churchill Baptist Church of Christ,, Inc., has the mission, "To advance the kingdom of God, by being a Church of Second Chances." We are established in the Community Room of Churchill House (of Harlem), 200 West 147th Street, Community Room, c/o #5F, New York, NY 10039. Our Sunday Morning "Experience" begins at 8 AM with our "Meet and Greet Collation." This is followed by Sunday School/Bible Study, then our Morning Service.  Our Executive Pastor is The Reverend Mother Anna Nell Wyatt who is also Licensed Master Social Worker and Pastor of Music at Churchill Baptist.  Awarded by the National Baptist Convention of the USA, Inc. (in 2010) for being (then) a seventy-nine  (79) year Music Legend, that legacy has reached the eighty-six (86) year mark as she  celebrated her ninety-second (92nd) Birthday this year and third (3rd) anniversary of being elevated in the pastoral ministry. She is also the surviving  Founder of Churchill House and Visionary of Churchill Baptist Church of Christ, Inc.

Organized under The Divine Call of God, Vision and Leadership  of our Founding / Senior Pastor, The Reverend Theresa Ora Wyatt, Juris Doctor, and our charter members, we have been established since April 20, 2013.  Our First Anniversary came on Easter Sunday April 20, 2014.  Friday, April 20, 2018 will mark our Church's Fifth (5th) Year Anniversary.  We  will celebrate our Fifth (5th) Anniversary on Sunday, April 22, 2018.  Founding/Senior Pastor Theresa Ora Wyatt answered God's call to start Churchill Baptist and she is currently President of the Churchill House Board, as well as a former cabinet member of the Baptist Ministers' Conference of Greater NY and Vicinity and the  Baptist Ministers'  Evening Conference of Greater New York and Vicinity. Pastor Wyatt has registered Churchill Baptist with the National Baptist Convention of the USA, Inc., the United Missionary Baptist Association ( New York, NY), and Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement (HCCI).