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

March 18-20, 2019 @ 7:00 PM
St. Helena Baptist Church

Sunday, March 24, 2019 @ 11:00 AM
McKowen Missionary Baptist Church


Sunday School Lessons ~ February 2019

February 3,  Far-Reaching Authority, Matthew 8:5-13
February 10, Astonishing Authority, Matthew 8:23-34   
February 17, Authority to Forgive Sins,Matthew 9:1-8   
February 24, Delegated Authority, Matthew 10:1-15


RBC Welcomes
Lt. Gen. Russel Honore'

Lieutenant General Russel L. Honroe' will be the guest speaker on Thursday, February 21. At this service, a panel discussion featuring representatives from each branch of the military will take place. The posting of colors and entrance of the military honorees will begin at 6:45 PM. The event is open to the public.


Black History Month
at RBC

The Church's History Ministry is busy planning the events to commemorate Black History Month 2019 at Regular Baptist Church. This Year theme is, " The Story of a Veteran Unfold and Told". Veterans of RBC will be honored at special worship service planned in the month of February.History Ministry Celebration Sunday, February 24, 2019.


RBC Museum

The RBC Museum will open during the month of February after Sunday Worship Service as well as the February 21st program. Added to the artifacts of the 152nd year history of RBC will be a special exhibition chronicling the lives of RBC's veterans.

Come out and visit the RBC Museum after one of the church services in February. We look forward to seeing you and remember the doors are always open to everyone at Regular Baptist Church, "The End of your Search for a Friendly Church".


RBC Museum Special Tours

Special hours of the museum are planned for middle and high school on Tuesday, February 19 and Wednesday, February 20th between 9-11 am and 12-2 pm. An educational presentation will be included. Students will be introduced to military history and sacrifices that our armed service veterans make for our country.

Tours must be reserved by Friday, February 8, 2019. For group reservations contact Sister Kimberly Lee at 504-309-5083, Monday-Friday between 10 am and 2 pm.