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Children

Children Ministry is very important in the household of God. This ministry is meant to care for the spiritual, physical and moral growth of the young ones in the congregation. The ministry is purpose to teach, concel and visit the children, meet their parents occasionally to enhance all round development of such children to the glory of God.

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Elderlies/Shut-In

VISION STATEMENT:
To extend regular Christian fellowship, love and care to the shut-in so that spiritual, emotional and physical well being is catered for. (James 5:14, Heb.10:24-25)

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Information Communication and Technology Department

Time is a beautiful phenomenon given to human race. Since we are in the age of information technology, this ministry ensures that all worship services is projected electronically to embrace vibrant worship services.

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Men Missionary Union

The Men Missionary Union of Union Baptist Church believes in absolute obedience to the Great Command of our Lord Jesus Christ. As a ministry, our focus is to ensure that every man is saved and highly rooted in the Word of God. We are concerned about all round development of every man in the church. We believe on the Word of God that says let every man raises a holy hand unto the Almighty Father therefore we are concerned with development of effective prayer life of every man in MMU.

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Women Missionary Union

The Women Missionary Union was established in 1957 through the effort of Rev. and Mrs. Duffer (Missionaries) at Newton campus along Ilobu Road, Osogbo. Rev. and Mrs. Duffer led the organization for seven years (1957-1963) after which they proceeded in missionary journey to Jos. The organization thereafter relocated to Baba & Mama Boladale’s residence in Araromi area for its weekly activities.

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House Church Fellowship

After a meeting in August 1, 1996, wherein Rev. E.O. Kehinde shared the advantages and need for the practice of House Church Fellowship, it began with fifteen (15) centers. The HCF was explained in the meeting that led to its inception as a smaller unit of a large church which ministries enable us to get closer to one another in such a way that it becomes easy in the whole church to easily identify families and their locations, as well as areas of needs and people in need so as to provide care in a better way.

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Membership, Visitation & Benevolence

The church membership secretary heads the ministry. To the glory of God, the church has continued to grow spiritually and numerically hence there is the need to ensure that welfare of church members is catered for adequately and this forms the core of the responsibility of the membership ministry. Apart from the aforementioned responsibility, the membership and visitation committee equally performs the following functions.

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Jesus' Bride Fellowship

The fellowship came into existence in 1997 under the pastoral leadership of Rev. Dr. E.O. Kehinde. The group consists of Christian women whose husbands had gone to be with the Lord. The group was formerly known and addressed as Ruth society. The purpose of organizing this group of women is to see to their welfare and continued social, psychological and spiritual development.

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Ushering

“…It is good to be a door keeper in the house of the Lord”

The ushering unit of the church has been doing wonderfully well since its inception when the church began. The unit members see themselves as being called to the ministry and they discharge their duties with all humility of mind and the fear of God.

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Church Training Programme

Like Sunday school ministry, the church training programme of the church started long time ago. There was no historical record that indicated the exact date when the ministry started in Union Baptist Church. However, it was on record that the following brethren at one time or another served as Church Training Director. They include: Dn. Bayo Oyetade, I.O. Oyelowo, Dn. T.A. Afolabi, Dn. 'Femi Abayomi, Bro. Biodun Akinlaja, Bro. Tunde Awolude, Surv. P.F. Fagbamila, and Mrs. Eunice Olusade Buraimo.

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