Welcome to the United Shiloh Missionary Baptist Association Rev. Carson F. Jones,
Coordinate & Strengthen
Preach Teach Train Reach
The Mission is to “Preach, to Teach, Train and Reach.” First we are tasked with Preaching
the Word of God, as established on earth by His Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ.
We are also charged with providing teaching resources so that God’s word could be
better understood. In addition, United Shiloh Missionary Baptist Association provides
in depth training for all those who have been called to the ministry.
Lastly we are charged by the Gospel of Jesus, to reach all manner of men and women
with his life saving Word.
The USMBA is made up of independent and autonomous churches from North Carolina.
We believe that we can achieve more acting as a unified collective body, than we
can as individual churches. We look forward to discussing with your church the additional
benefits of membership.
The Objectiveof the USMBA is to coordinate and strengthen our member churches. To
assist our member churches through training in scripture, preaching and teaching
the Word of God. To provide a central point where all the knowledge, education, experience
and resources of all member churches could be centralized so that each church in
the Association could benefit from the collective resources of all churches.
Vice Moderator Rev. John Gooch (second from right)presents check for $1000 to Rev.
Dr. Tony Cozart Chairman of the Board of Directors of Vance Granville Head Start.
Moderator of the USMBA, Rev. Carson F. Jones (on left) and Union President, Rev.
William Kearney (on right) assist in the presentation.
The Union Session Scholarships Awards Ceremony was held at SERAPTA MIssionary Baptist
Church in Warrenton, NC, where Rev. Quincy King is the Pastor. The top scholarship
award in the amount of $550.00 was presented to Kevonnie Williams of New Providence
Christian Missionary Baptist Church, where the Rev, Kathard Marks, is the Pastor.
Additional Scholarships of $150 were presented to the following students:
Leeza T. Mason - Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Richard Henderson, Pastor
Sa`Mone Burton - New Bethel Baptist Church Rev. Dr. James T. Roberson, Jr., Pastor
Denaisna Bell Worthmam - Cooks Chapel Baptist Church, Rev. Tony W. Cozart, Pastor
Brandon C. Hunt - Ilong Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. James Lawson, Pastor
Courthey Hunt - Belton Creek Baptist Church
William T. Taylor - Belton Creek Baptist Church
Alyrica Cooper - Belton Creek Baptist Church
Travon D. Roberson - Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Rev. Charles W. Faulcon, Pastor
Makayla Jones - Pine Grove Baptist Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Milton R. Solomon,
Darauna Davis - New Providence Christian Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Kathard
Moses Hunter - Ilong Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. James Lawson, Pastor
Dyami Wortham - Cooks Chapel Baptist Church, Rev. Tony Cozart, Pastor
Stanley McGrady Jr. - Cooks Chapel Baptist Church, Rev. Tony Cozart, Pastor
Scholarship Photos by Rev. Charles E. Walton
Photo by Rev. Charles E. Walton
A small representation of the many students that were awarded $150 scholarship.
The United Shiloh Missionary Baptist Association presented Scholarships Awards to
deserving students that have demonstrated academic excellence at the July 2017 Union
The Visionof the United Shiloh Missionary Baptist Association is to facilitate the
establishment of a community of member churches; to serve these churches and their
members with training, resources and support; to establish a means of fellowship
between the churches; to assist member churches in building for the future while
respecting the historic religious legacy of their past.
In the Vision of the United Shiloh Association Missionary Baptist Association we
are also charge to facilitate growth in the communities that we serve by creating
opportunities for spiritual and economic development.
Pastor Quincy King (on left) of Serapta Baptist Church in Warrenton, NC receives
achievement award from Union President, Rev. Bill Kearney.The Achievement Award
was presented to Rev. King for outstanding attendance from a Association church.
Serapta Baptist Church was well represented at the Union Session with 92 members
of the church in attendance.
Serapta Baptist Church of Warrenton received the coveted award of “Most Youth in
Attendence.”Rev. Quincy King, Pastor of Serapta Baptist Church is seen here sharing
the Youth Attendance Achievement award from Union President, the Rev. William Kearney.
The award was presented on Sunday, October 30, 2017