Rev. Dr. T.A. Hodge, Pastor

Regular Baptist Church 

Rev. Dr. T.A. Hodge, Pastor

RBC Vision & Mission

The Vision of the Regular Baptist Church is to reach all generations with a burning zeal to effectively communicate a relevant, uncompromised, biblical message through preaching, teaching, learning, prayer, evangelism and mission. We will continue to provide an environment whereby believers can freely worship Jesus Christ through a broad range of the arts, as we continue to design and improve the church's infrastructure to facilitate ministry and celebrate innovation, passion, and excellence in every expression of our radical devotion to Jesus Christ. As the church continues to grow, we will ensure that every unconnected person is a fully-devoted follower of Jesus Christ and is connected in authentic relationships. We shall continue to cast out our nets by demonstrating the truth of the gospel by our love and care for one another throughout the community, knowing that bringing one into a relationship with God adds to the body of Christ.

The Mission of the Regular Baptist Church is to be "A Soul Winning" church who believes and lives by the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to equip its members with the passion and message to win lost souls for Christ. The aim is to foster multiple programs and ministries that will bring help and healing to the body of Christ.

Our Pastor - Rev. Dr. T.A. Hodge

In 152 years, Regular Baptist Church only had five pastors. On April 20, 2008 the congregation elected the 5th Pastor of the, undoubtedly an awesome, courageous man of God who is full of the Holy Ghost and an "anointed" preacher/teacher, Reverend Toy Anthony Hodge, as pastor.  Full of wisdom beyond his years, Rev. Hodge faithfully seeks God's counsel and guidance over all matters and arising situations.  Under Rev. Hodge's leadership thus far there has been a rebirth and awaking of souls for Christ.  The congregation has been encouraged and challenged to give our all to God; let God completely handle it, and dared to watch God move!  As we venture into greater depths of coming into the knowledge of Jesus Christ, Regular's growth and visibility in the community continues to expand and God's favor is boundless.

Pastor's Calendar

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Sunday School Lessons ~ January 2019

January 6 - Christ's Identity Established, Matthew 3:13-4:11
January 13, Teaching and Healing, Matthew 4:12-25   
January 20, Christ's New Commands,Matthew 5:33-45   
January 27,Christ New Teaching, Matthew 6:1-13  


Fasting and Prayer
1/3/19 - 1/12/19

Fasting is from January 3, starting at 7:00 AM until January 12, ending at 12:00 PM. It is intended for the purpose of spirtual cleansing, sacrificing and studying the Word and propserity from God. The Bible records Joshua, Daniel, Moses, Elijah, Paul and Jesus fasting.

Note: If you are taking any type of medication, speak with your physician first to see if you can particpate in the fast.


Fasting and Prayer

This fast consist of a bowl of Soup and the following meat can be used with it: grilled, broiled, baked turkey, fish or chicken. You may also eat vegetables, salad and fresh fruit. Water only, you can use Crytsal Light.

If there are any questions, please contact the church office (504) 366-9110 or email


Fasting and Prayer
Eating Plan

Day 1: No breakfast
Day 2: No breakfast and light lunch
Day 3: Soup as much as you like
Day 4: Free Day
Day 5: No breakfast
Day 6: No breakfast and light lunch
Day 7: Soup, as much as you like
Day 8: No breakfast
Day 9: No breakfast and light lunch
Day 10: Light breakfast, fast ends at 12:00 PM


Fasting and Prayer

During the fasting and prayer period, you must spend as much time as possible with God. Devotional readings should take place in the morning, noon, evening and prior to bed.

Over the next 10 days, I'm asking you to read the scriptures in the calendar below, increase your study time by 45 minutes a day, and read the scriptures you are behind on.

Step out on faith, bring your tithes and offering to God, Malachi 3:6-10. Prayer in fasting makes you sensitive to the voice of the Lord. Fasting is a private and spiritual, not boastful with a sad countenace. Matthew 6:16-18