Join us as we celebrate our 2014 Children’s Day. The Wheat Street Young Voices will be ministering through song.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” – Matthew 19:14 N.I.V.
At the beginning of the Wheat Street Baptist Church Sunday worship service, April 6, 2014 the Wheat Street Charitable Foundation had a special surprise for Reverend Dr. Michael Neely Harris. The Foundation presented its senior pastor and the congregation with the deed to the Wheat Street Towers Apartment Complex. The original deed is nicely framed as a historical document signed by Rev. William Holmes Borders, Sr. who initiated effective urban development programs in the Old Fourth Ward in Read more
The Julia Pate Borders Memorial Nurses’ Guild (JPBMNG) of the Wheat Street Baptist Church (WSBC) and the Saint Joseph’s Mercy Care Services cordially invite you to attend the Fifteenth Annual Health Fair,Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. in the Recreation Room of the Wheat Street Towers at the corner of 375 Auburn Avenue and William Holmes Borders, Senior Drive, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30312. Services are free and open to the general public.
Mrs. Ruth Adams, President, JPBMNG
Rev. Dr. Juel Pate Borders-Benson, Sponsor, JPBMNG
Rev. Dr. Michael Neely Read more
Thank you for supporting our activities for April 17th-April 20th
The Wheat Street Family congratulates the Children’s Ministry on a successful Easter Eggtravaganza.
Pictured with Deaconess Taliba Broomfield (The Director of the Children’s Ministry) are the golden egg and jelly beans winners.
The Youth Ministry would like to invite you to our youth weekend activities. Our theme this year is ” Youth Keeping Calm and Letting God Work It Out”.
We will have our Youth Explosion on Saturday, April 12th at 4:00 p.m. and our Youth Day Program on Sunday morning, April 13th at 10:30 a.m. during the worship service. Our Guest Preacher for Youth Day will be the Rev. Richard C. Flippin, Executive Pastor of the Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church. Thank Read more
Wheat Street Baptist Church is a historical House of God located in the heart of the Sweet Auburn – Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic Site and Preservation District. This Mighty Fortress is one of the nation's oldest African American Churches with our own member created Federal Credit Union. Wheat Street Baptist Church pioneered socio-economic development in the Atlanta's inner-city community by the development of commercial and residential real estate such as; Wheat Street Gardens Apartments, Wheat Street Read more