We believe that GOD’s command to make disciples is our greatest privilege and responsibility. We are therefore committed to fulfilling our purpose through ministry, mission, fellowship, discipleship, evangelism and worship. Our goal is to evangelize the unsaved, promote spiritual maturity and to make every member a minister of the Christ.
The entire Bible is inspired by God, without error and the authority on which we base our faith, conduct and doctrine.
In one God who exists in three distinct persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came to this earth as Savior of the world.
Jesus died on the cross and shed His blood for our sins. We believe that salvation is found by placing our faith in what Jesus did for us on the cross. We believe Jesus rose from the dead and is coming again.
Water baptism is a symbol of the cleansing power of the blood of Christ and a testimony to our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
In the regular taking of Communion as an act of remembering what the Lord Jesus did for us on the cross.
Every believer should be in a growing relationship with Jesus by obeying God’s Word, yielding to the Holy Spirit and by being conformed to the image of Christ.
Pastor Myron Holmes
In the year of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, 2005, the church experienced a very first by electing the youngest minister in the history of the church. Pastor Holmes was elected in May 15, 2005, and installed September 4, 2005. Pastor Holmes’ motto is “Preach to Impact and Not to Impress”.
Pastor Jesse Jackson
In February 1986, he was elected to continue the ministry of service. His fiery, articulate, and strong voice immediately won the confidence of the people he was about to serve. He brought with him a loving family, a Bible-teaching ministry filled with the Holy Ghost, and a song of inspiration and praise.
Pastor Hosea Robinson
On December 7, 1969, Rev. Hosie Robinson, a tall, handsomely built, quiet mannered, spirit filled man, with a radiant personality, came from Chicago to the church.
Pastor C.H. Moreland
On November 3, 1962 he came to serve the church as pastor. He introduced a smooth and spiritual program for worship and the congregation readily accepted it.
Pastor H. C. Cherry
He and Pastor C.R. Raymond were successors from 1956 to 1962 of Rev. Haywood. They served brief periods, but each left a pleasant memory with the church.
Pastor C. R. Raymond
He and Pastor H.C. Cherry were successors from 1956 to 1962 of Rev. Haywood. They served brief periods, but each left a pleasant memory with the church.
Pastor J.V. Haywood
1933 a strong and courageous man was elected to serve the church. From Pine Bluff, Arkansas, he began his ministry with a strong will to strengthen the church in number, in finances, and spiritually. In 1951, Rev. Haywood led the church in the reconstruction of a new building.
Pastor Cleveland Williams
Pastor Williams came to the church in 1927 and was very enthusiastic in his efforts to remodel and update the church. He served the church faithfully and only death separated him from this union in 1932.
Pastor Eddie Payne
He was the second pastor of the church and continued to lead the church in the path set by his predecessor. Rev. Payne pastored the church from 1924-1927.
Pastor Walter Robinson
In 1906, New Jerusalem Church grew out of Old Jerusalem Church with eleven members under the leadership of Rev. Walter Robinson.