The Wheat Street Family would like to invite you to join us tomorrow for our Annual Children’s Day Worship Service. Please come and help us encourage our young people. Deaconess Taliba Broomfield-Children’s Ministry Coordinator Rev. Dr. Ralph B. Watkins-Interim Pastor
Join the Rev. J. Barber and the St. Mark UMC Church on Monday,May 23rd at 6:30pm for Revival-Time for a Moral Revolution of Values. Please see the video below for details.
The Hearing Impaired Ministry would like for you to join them in their effort to collect Dial Soap for the GA Prison System. With that, the next time that you worship with us from now until May 29th, we are asking that you donate your packaged bars by placing them in the box at each […]
The Gospel Choir traveled with our own Rev. Dr. Lacey Alford (President of the American Baptist Churches Of The South) to minister during the 2016 A.B.C.O.T.S. Conference. The Conference was held in North Carolina. You can see the footage of them ministering by clicking on the video below:
The Youth of Wheat Street would like to thank you for supporting their Annual Youth Day Service held on Sunday, April 17, 2016. The theme for this year’s celebration was “Youth Turnt Up For God”. Minister Matthew Jenkins of Beulah Baptist Church was the guest preacher. You can see the footage from this […]
The Wheat Street Family is proud to share with you the video footage for Holy Week at God’s Mighty Fortress On Auburn Avenue. The 2016 Palm Sunday Service The 2016 Maundy Thursday Service The 2016 Good Friday/7 Last Words Service The 2016 Christian Education Ministry’s Resurrection Day Program The 2016 Resurrection Day Service Thank you […]
We invite you to click the following excerpts from the 2016 Women’s Day Service. The Women’s Day Praise Team and Women’s Day Quartet The Women’s Day Speaker: Dr. Evelyn Winn-Dixon
Thank you for coming to support the United Sisterhood’s Prayer Breakfast!
Here are the excerpts of the Bible Conference.
The United Sisterhood held their Annual Distinguished Service Awards Program on Friday, February 19th. The Wheat Street Baptist Church is proud to share with you excerpts from this past Friday’s Distinguished Service Awards Program. We again congratulate this year’s honorees.
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 […]