The Brotherhood Ministry consists of male members of MSBC. It offers men and boys the opportunity to meet and fellowship together. This Ministry is an outgrowth of a series of vision meetings with Dr. Rodney A. Goss, and the men of the Church.
An Ad Hoc Committee that functions during the Annual T. O. Chappelle, Sr. Scholarship Day. This group works to collect monies that go to help fund the stipends given to enrolled college students. All monies collected for the T. O. Chappelle, Sr. Scholarships are managed through the Morning Star Federal Credit Union.
The Deaconess Ministry is to dedicate time toward the enhancement of the spiritual matters of the Church under the spiritual guidance of the Pastor. The intent is to keep hearts clean, clear, and in tune with God daily. To accomplish this goal, Deaconess through peace, love and Christian unity will promote spiritual growth as the needs of the Church are met. (Colossians 3:12)
The Deacons Ministry is comprised of men who after being set aside, observed, presented to the Church and ordained to serve the spiritual needs of the Church by assisting the Pastor with his duties. Deacons assist the Pastor with the two ordinances of the Baptist Church, Communion and Baptism.
Participation is open to all children, youth and adults. The main focus is to use Christian theatre to the Glory of God-including the betterment of participants and the audience. Dramatization of biblical events becomes a powerful tool for learning God's Word.
This Board is comprised of all ministry leaders at MSBC. This ministry is designed to ensure that ministries are communicating with each other. This is also a way to keep the entire church informed of all church activities.
The New Members Ministry conducts an Orientation Program for all new members. They become acquainted with the Church's operations, mission statement, goals, objectives and organizations of the Church.
The Six-T Ministry of MSBC is a group of adults, men and women, who are fifty-five years of age and over whose philosophy is "There is no retiring in the service of the Lord." This Ministry became a reality under the leadership of the late Dr. T. O. Chappelle, Sr. as the Six-T Club for senior members of MSBC. The Six-T Ministry of MSBC provides fellowship and spiritual support to all senior adults of MSBC and senior adults in the community through prayer and service.
The United Friend's Ministry's purpose is to keep dedication to the pioneers who were instrumental in organizing MSBC and the families/descendants for continuing to support and uphold the legacy of the United Friends. It is comprised of members who united with MSBC in 1953 from Rose Hill Baptist Church along with their descendants.
The WMU's main purpose is to educate and involve adults, youth and children in the cause of Christian Missions. Although originally geared toward women and girls, both genders have become active participants in WMU Organizations and Ministries today. The mission of the WMU is to support the cause of Christ, coordinate outreach activities to MSBC members and the community and assist individuals who faithfully support the WMU. Members are active in district, state and national women's ministries. There are five (5) active mission circles within the WMU which are:
a. Elizabeth Circle
b. Mission Possible Circle
c. M. L Sudduth Circle
d. Queen Ester Circle and
e. Willing Workers Circle