Second Missionary Baptist Church

“Where Welcome and Worship are Warm”



Sunday @ 11:00 a.m. 
Worship Service
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Welcome to Second Missionary Baptist Church!
We wish to glorify God in rendering testimony of Jesus Christ and our relationship with Him evidenced by:
Scripture Study

“God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.”

John 4:24

 Please keep all our sick and shut-in  in your prayers and keep Lucille Wilson and family in your prayers as well.  She lost her daughter Patricia Greer.
 Worship service for the Sick @ Shut-in  Sunday’s at 8:30 am, dial-in #701-779-9970.
The church will continue regular services each Sunday for Sunday School at 9:30 am and Morning Worship beginning at 11:00 am at limited capacity.
Come and join us in the  multipurpose room on Wednesdays  for Noon Day Prayer/Bible Study, taught by Rev. Ted Smith and Rev. Deborah Smith. We are studying the Book of John.
We invite you to  Bible Study, Wednesday at 6 p.m. with Rev. Davis, Pastor  will continue the study book entitled:  Through the Bible.
Due to the rise of Covid-19 the following precautions will be taken at the church.  Everyone entering the church must wear mask and have a temperature check.  
We will continue to Web Stream Bible Study, Sunday School and Morning Worship on our website. 
Second Baptist has added two accounts to the website:  Twitter access is 2ndmbcnc – Instagram access is 2ndmissionarybaptistchurch.
Services begin this Sunday the 28th , at 9:30 a.m. with Sunday School ,  Subject: “Good News for All”  Scripture: Acts 10 : 34-47.
Following at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Davis will bring the message.

SMBC Cultural Arts Ministry will meet Sunday after Morning Worship in the library.  All are invited to attend.  Trustee Joseph Lawrence, President.

Deaconess will meet Sunday, December 5th after Morning Worship in the sanctuary. All Deaconess and Minister’s wives are cordially invited to attend. Contact Deaconess Lynette Mims for details.


SMBC Youth Choir will rehearse Saturday, December 11th at noon.  All youth are invited to participate.  Facilitators: Deacon Walker, Deaconess Campbell, and Sis. Monica Davis, First Lady.


It’s Time for our Christmas gifts to our sick shut-in.  If you know someone who is not on the list notify the Church secretary.  We need volunteers to deliver gifts to everyone on the list. We will be packing the gifts on Saturday, December 18th at 9 am to be picked up from 10-12.  Volunteers are needed.  Please have all items at the Church before Friday, December 17th.

                                                 Item Needed:

1.  Choir                        fruit (apples/oranges)

2.  Deacons                       throw blankets

3. Deaconess              Christmas bags

4. Ushers                      socks (warm), sugar-free candy and cookies

5.  Trustees                       toilet items (tooth-brushes, tooth-paste, Vaseline, l                                                               lotions, Q-tips, hand sanitizer

 Church members please donate an artificial poinsettia (no live ones)  Questions see Sis. Taryon Davis or Deaconess Lynette Mims. 

Fayetteville City Wide Revival will be held at SMBC Sunday, December 5th at 7 pm.  Guest speaker will be Dr. Terrance  McCrimmon.
Emergency Rental  Assistance Program provides aid to households that are unable to pay rent and utilities due to economics constraints from COVID-19. If you need help call 888-495-7710 or visit the website:
The Boys and Girls Club of America has established a scholarship in the name of the late Marcia Jones.  If you would like to contribute to this scholarship contact the  church.
The Rev. Gregory  L. Davis, Pastor of Second Missionary Baptist Church’s Vision Statement
Brothers and Sisters, it is my pleasure to serve as the pastor of the historic Second Missionary Baptist Church of Fayetteville, NC.  In my initial 30 days of service to this congregation, I have the following vision statement, which includes my priorities, as we move the church from post-pandemic back to a sense of normalcy in worship:
1.  To grow the church numerically through evangelistic and spiritual advertisement/effort.
2.  To require all the church and ministry leaders to be accountable to God and their church by giving their tithe, time, and talents to the church and to the execution of their assigned duties.
3.  To be a pillar in the community as a church, and partner with the local community; especially the community surrounding the Church.
4.  To be inclusive of new members, embracing them and their gifts; supporting them in their endeavors to add positively to the church and its livelihood.
5.  To diversity the Christian Education Department with a panel of advisors that can give input to a relevant curriculum.
6.  To cultivate every generation within the church: The Senior Saints (80+), Experienced Elders (60-79), Middle Adults (40-59), Young Adults (20-39), Teens (13-19) and Youngins (12 and below).
7.  To cherish, remember, call and visit our homebound, elderly or hospitalized members.  We want to be intentional engaging those that sacrificed a portion of their lives, through service while healthy, emphasizing their continued importance to the life of the church while in a weakened state.
Finally, in a general manner, I also have a vision to be able to Praise God as a church family in all seriousness, laugh at the appropriate time, cry for and with one another, engage one another in Christian love, and work through issues without needlessly exposing one another’s shortcomings.  To put in practice our covenant agreement to refrain from gossip and tale-bearing, but always look to reconcile from any rift or split amongst our fellow church family.  I expect the church to assist me in providing reproof and correction to dangerous doctrine, frivolous behavior, cliques and/or factions, as they are dangerous to the health and good order of our congregation.  My sincere hope is that any negative behavior that falls in the category of those previously mentioned will be brought to the attention of the persons first, and subsequently to the attention of church leadership (Pastor and Deacons), if required, in hopes of bringing immediate member reconciliation.



Our God is a God of abundance and He loves to give. He sacrificed willingly on the cross and then invited us into fullness of life. As His children, we are called to imitate Him. Our generosity in giving is a demonstration of God’s character and a response to what He has done for us.
522 Old Wilmington Road•Fayetteville, NC 28301
(910) 483-5925

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