Union Missionary Baptist Church

Rev. Edward E. Steele Pastor
Union Missionary Baptist Church
1731 26th Avenue South
Homewood Alabama 35209
The Oldest Church In Homewood Alabama 1887-Present

Operating as usual

12/19/2021
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11/28/2021
Union Missionary Baptist Church updated their business hours. 11/22/2021

Union Missionary Baptist Church updated their business hours.

Union Missionary Baptist Church updated their business hours.

11/21/2021
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10/24/2021

Morning Worship !

10/17/2021

Rev. Steele 4th Pastoral Anniversary

10/10/2021
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07/02/2021

Thank you for your participation in Path to Reconciliation with Mission Reconcile in partnership with Edgewood Presbyterian Church and Union Missionary Baptist Church. The Mission Reconcile team—Kahlida, Danielle, Amanda—are so thankful for your courageous participation, your intriguing questions, and your engagement with one another. As we reflect on the past three meetings with one another, we are grateful to God for you and for answering the call to be reconcilers!

Thank you to Pastor Edward Steele and Pastor Joe Genau for their inspiring sermons focused on racial reconciliation, their leadership in their respective congregations, and their hearts to be in relationship with one another to bring racial reconciliation to their community.

As we shared at the after-service fellowship at Union Missionary Baptist Church, we have three next steps for the partnership with Edgewood Presbyterian Church and Union Missionary Baptist Church:
Participate in a focus group meeting;
Participate in a racial healing study with Edgewood Presbyterian Church and Union Missionary Baptist Church - (potentially beginning in August 2021 - more details to come);
Build intentional relationships with one another from the other congregation.
Reply to this email indicating your desire to participate in either the focus group, racial healing study, or both and we will be in touch with you.

Mission Reconcile is a volunteer-led, faith-based racial reconciliation nonprofit that desires to provide its programming at no cost to partnering churches. In order to increase our capacity and continue to provide programming to churches, we depend on individual donations from participants like you. If Mission Reconcile's programming, Path to Reconciliation, blessed you in any way, we ask that you donate at one of the levels below or any amount that you can on our website at iamareconciler.org/donate.

Donate
Mission Reconcile looks forward to following up with each of you in the coming months. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out by emailing us at [email protected].

In Harmony,
Kahlida, Danielle, Amanda

Thank you to the Daniel Foundation of Alabama and The Blackburn Institute's Daniel Community Scholars Program at the University of Alabama for their support to be able to provide our Path to Reconciliation programming.
WAYS TO ENGAGE:
Check out our resources page.
Volunteer at one of our events.
Engage with us on social media (Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter) @iamareconciler.
Write for our Dear Church, blog.
Introduce us to your pastor.
Start a conversation - email [email protected]conciler.org.
Share our mission with your community!
Donate. www.iamareconciler.org/donate

DEAR CHURCH, BLOG
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Mission Reconcile is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in New Orleans, Louisiana supporting reconciliation through facilitated events between courageous church communities.

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Thank you for your participation in Path to Reconciliation with Mission Reconcile in partnership with Edgewood Presbyterian Church and Union Missionary Baptist Church. The Mission Reconcile team—Kahlida, Danielle, Amanda—are so thankful for your courageous participation, your intriguing questions, and your engagement with one another. As we reflect on the past three meetings with one another, we are grateful to God for you and for answering the call to be reconcilers!

Thank you to Pastor Edward Steele and Pastor Joe Genau for their inspiring sermons focused on racial reconciliation, their leadership in their respective congregations, and their hearts to be in relationship with one another to bring racial reconciliation to their community.

As we shared at the after-service fellowship at Union Missionary Baptist Church, we have three next steps for the partnership with Edgewood Presbyterian Church and Union Missionary Baptist Church:
Participate in a focus group meeting;
Participate in a racial healing study with Edgewood Presbyterian Church and Union Missionary Baptist Church - (potentially beginning in August 2021 - more details to come);
Build intentional relationships with one another from the other congregation.
Reply to this email indicating your desire to participate in either the focus group, racial healing study, or both and we will be in touch with you.

Mission Reconcile is a volunteer-led, faith-based racial reconciliation nonprofit that desires to provide its programming at no cost to partnering churches. In order to increase our capacity and continue to provide programming to churches, we depend on individual donations from participants like you. If Mission Reconcile's programming, Path to Reconciliation, blessed you in any way, we ask that you donate at one of the levels below or any amount that you can on our website at iamareconciler.org/donate.

Donate
Mission Reconcile looks forward to following up with each of you in the coming months. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out by emailing us at [email protected].

In Harmony,
Kahlida, Danielle, Amanda

Thank you to the Daniel Foundation of Alabama and The Blackburn Institute's Daniel Community Scholars Program at the University of Alabama for their support to be able to provide our Path to Reconciliation programming.
WAYS TO ENGAGE:
Check out our resources page.
Volunteer at one of our events.
Engage with us on social media (Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter) @iamareconciler.
Write for our Dear Church, blog.
Introduce us to your pastor.
Start a conversation - email [email protected].
Share our mission with your community!
Donate. www.iamareconciler.org/donate

DEAR CHURCH, BLOG
We need your VOICE! If you are interested in submitting your letter, please submit to [email protected]. We look forward to sharing your heart.
Submit Your Letter
Visit our Website
Donate
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram
Website
Copyright © 2021 Mission Reconcile. All rights reserved.
Mission Reconcile is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in New Orleans, Louisiana supporting reconciliation through facilitated events between courageous church communities.

Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 19301
New Orleans, LA 70179

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Race Reconciliation Worship With Edgewood Presbyterian Church @

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Worship Services Sunday Feb. 28,2021

The History of Union Baptist Church

Union Missionary Baptist Church has welcomed its congregation into the same building in Historic Rosedale every Sunday for 133 years. We’ll seeking donation to help preserve and restore this church to keep its historic legacy as the cornerstone of Rosedale Al in Homewood Alabama.Union has been located on the corner of 1731 26th Ave. S. It is older than the city of Homewood itself. It was founded in November 1887, form the merging of Walnut Street Baptist Church and Healing Spring Baptist Church. Union is one of several historic churches in Rosedale, including Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, organized in 1897, and Friendship Baptist Church, which was formed by a group of former Union congregants.

Union is a pillar in Rosedale, willing and able to meet the needs of the people. Our mission, our goals is to welcome everybody in, see what the needs are and try to meet the needs.”

Union Missionary Baptist Church wants to be known as an “all-inclusive church” where members are united, just as its name suggests. We’ve been on this corner the entire time.

The reason we are able to be in the same location for 133 years is simple “Jesus.”

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1731 26th Ave S
Homewood, AL
35209
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