Excellence in Educating, Equipping, and Empowering.
To develop a comprehensive, well-planned ministry that effectively translates members into effective and functioning disciples. These disciples learn to embody the 4w’s, which comprise the mission of our ministry. We seek to accomplish this through a comprehensive Discipleship training program which tracks disciples’ developmental stages, ministry involvement and overall assimilation.
Kingdom Leaders Institute:
Elder J. Scott Cotton, Executive Pastor
Provides ongoing training to develop competent and capable, Kingdom-minded leaders.
Sis. Chanetta Dixon, Leader
Imparts fundamental, core Christian and ministry values essential to progression in one’s relationship with God and the St. Paul church.
School of Discipleship:
Min. Greg Kennedy, Leader
Through deductive instruction, helps the converted of all age groups to become mature, Biblically applied disciples of Jesus Christ.
Circles of Care:
Deaconess Gwen Nelson, Mother Claudine Cotton, Deacon and Deconess Watson, Deaconess Doris Banks, & Elder Marion Scott, Leaders
Cultivates covenant relationships among members while providing Pastoral Care through a small group network.
Become a Circle of Care Nurturer
What is a Nurturer?
- A committed person
- A creative person
- A compassionate person
- A covenant hearted person
What are the responsibilities of a nurturer?
- Support the Vision and Mission of St. Paul Baptist Church
- Serve, as the shepherd’s assistant to encourage, inform and provide” covenant care” to their assigned Circle.
- Attend meetings when required
- Nurturer will call at a minimum of once a month to each family within their Circle. Use emails, text, send cards etc.
- Build covenant relationships
- Report monthly all concerns and cares by the 1st week of each month (forms are provided)
- Attend nurturers training sessions during the year as required
- Assist with keeping the partners (sheep) covered, connected and protected.
- Create moments of fellowship with partners (plan activities)