Mount Nebo Missionary Baptist Church
Welcome to the Mount Nebo Baptist Church website. It was inspired and created "in house" by Mt. Nebo itself and we hope you enjoy your time here. We hope you find something here that will strengthen your walk with our savior and Lord Jesus Christ. Our church is led by Pastor Bryson.
"To Manifest the Lord Jesus Christ in our lives individually and collectively, and seek to bring others into a personal, dynamic relationship with Him by ministering to the whole man."
Evening Prayer Line @ 7:00 pm 434-300-4164 Access Code 970414# (press *6 to mute your phone)
Sermon Text: Ephesians 6: 10 - 18
Sermon Topic: Don't Give In To Discouragement
Pastor Speaker: Minister Christopher Gaines
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This is a series of writings by the Pastor for spiritual nourishment and observations of today that reminds us of the teachings of Jesus Christ and how his word is still relevant today.
In the early days of reconstruction under the administration of President U. S. Grant, when Negroes were very oppressed, Mt. Nebo Baptist Church was organized by Rev. Pharaoh Benson. Our first minister was ordained and sent by Spruce Street Baptist Church, which was pastured by Rev. Nelson Merry, because the early settlers of the community saw a need for a place of worship. The first members met for worship in the Davidson County School house, in the 13th District. Because of the growth of the church, during the twelve years of his ministry, he became known as an evangelist.
Pastor Theodore H. Bryson
On March 30, 1993, Reverened Bryson was elected pastor of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. Under his leadership, Mt. Nebo continues to be a light in the community and is prayerfully seeking to increase programs and outreach ministries. He is married to the lovely Gloria Bryson.
This is TSU student Blake Fleming from Indianapolis, Indiana.
Upon arrival to this new city, there was a missed turn which happened to lead past Mt. Nebo.
A message displayed on our digital sign caught the attention of Blake and his parents that helped in making his decision to visit with us.
Blake faithfully attended our Sunday School and morning worship services until his school schedule was changed.
His semester has ended and as he is preparing to return home, we pray he remains under GOD’s loving care and for a safe return to TSU to complete his academic studies.
Thank you, Blake for your obedience to the Holy Spirit and for making us a part of your journey.
We look forward to your safe return
April 23, 2023
The church now has an air purifier for the sanctuary, as well as the Fellowship Hall. That being the case, masks will still be encouraged to be worn, but it is also optional. Temperatures will no longer be checked as you enter the building. But still use the hand sanitizer.
Also, the church is open to all age groups. These changes go in effect April 23, 2023.
Let us continue to be prayerful and respectful of one another.