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 154 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

Check back for Pastor's Calendar once we are beyond COVID-19


Sunday School Lessons ~ October 2020

October 4, God Provides Instructions to Israel —Ex. 19:1-9
October 11, God Gives the Ten Commandments—Ex. 20:1-17
October 18, God Confirms the Covenant—Ex. 24:1-11
October 25, God Meets Moses Alone—Ex.


Faith over Fear!
Christ Over Viruses & Infectious Diseases

COVID-19 aka Coronavirus is affecting our nation and RBC Worship Services. RBC will continue online services at this time. Online services begin at 9:00 AM on Sunday and 7:00 PM on Mondays and Thursdays.

You can also see past sermons  by going to click on Message Archives.
 Be Blessed and stay safe.


Rock the Vote!

The November ballot is VERY lengthy and you are only allowed 3 minutes inside the booth so printing it out and filling it out beforehand is strongly encouraged. Also, there is an app where you can view the same info. It is called Geaux Vote. You can bring your phone in with you and view the ballot in the booth.

Early voting begins on Friday, October 16, 2020 and runs through Tuesday, October 27, 2020 from 8;00 am until 7;00 PM, excluding Sunday, October 18 and Sunday, October 25.

This link will take you to the PAR Guide to the 2020 Constitutional Amendments An Independent, Non-Partisan Review of what you will be voting for on November 3, 2020


 Geaux Vote

Important voting information for Presidential General and Open Congressional Primary Election on November 3, 2020.

The deadline to register to vote in person or by mail is October 5, 2020. Registering to vote or changing your registration is easy using the GeauxVote Online Registration System

The deadline to register to vote through the GeauxVote Online Registration System is Oct. 13.

Early voting is Oct. 20-27 (excluding Sunday, Oct. 25) from 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

The deadline to request an absentee by mail ballot is Oct. 30 by 4:30 p.m. You can request an absentee by mail ballot online through our Voter Portal or in writing through your Registrar of Voters Office (other than military and overseas voters).

The deadline for a registrar of voters to receive a voted mail ballot is Nov. 2 by 4:30 p.m. (other than military and overseas voters).