Our Mission StaTEMENT!

Union Baptist Church Chapel of Blessing, exist as a church to worship God the Lord of Life and to reconcile the world to her maker and be filled with the power of the Holy Spirit through the process of the Evangelism, Discipleship and Intensive study of the word of God until all become His glory personified.

Our ministries


  • Number 1 
    Teaching ministries
    • Sunday School
    • Discipleship Programmes
    • The Disciple’s Lifestyle
    • Baptismal Class
  • Number 2
    Outreach ministries
    • Media
    • Counselling
    • Missionary Organizations
  • Number 3
    Worship related ministries 
    • Music
    • Prayer and Intercession
    • Counselling and Follow-Up
    • Ushering

    • Number 4
      Other  ministries
      • Family Life (couples/single/widowed)
      • Life Development
      • Utilities and Service
      • Children Ministry
      • Teenager
      • Youth

What we do…..



Our relationship with God is both private and public, and we need both. Let’s begin with our public interaction with God – worship. It is possible to worship God when we are all alone, but the term worship usually suggests something we do in public.



Worship services are only part of our worship. The Word of God must enter our hearts and minds to affect what we do throughout the week. Worship can change its format, but it should never stop. Part of our worship response to God involves personal prayer and Bible study. 



Throughout the New Testament, we see spiritual leaders teaching others. This is part of the Christian lifestyle; it is part of the Great Commission. “Go and make disciples of all nations…teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you” (Matthew 28:19-20). 



The church is sometimes called a fellowship; it is a network of relationships. We all need to give and to receive fellowship. We all need to give and receive love. Fellowship means a lot more than talking to each other about sports, gossip and news. It means sharing lives, sharing emotions, bearing one another’s burdens, encouraging one another and helping people who have needs.



When we list “service” as a separate category here, we are emphasizing physical service, not the service of teaching or the service of encouraging others. A teacher is also a washer of feet, a person who illustrates the meaning of Christianity by doing what Jesus would do. Jesus took care of physical needs such as food and health. In a physical way, he gave his body and his life for us. 



Go into all the world and preach the gospel,” Jesus commands us. Many of us need a lot of improvement in this area. We have been too conditioned to keep our faith to ourselves. People cannot be converted unless the Father is calling them, but that does not mean that we shouldn’t preach the gospel! Jesus told us that we should.

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