Note: The History was compiled with the following:
- A Brief Historical Sketch of the Beginnings and Activities of the Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of State of Texas by Dr. Melvin J. Banks
- Constitution of the Baptist Missionary and Education Convention of Texas
- Robert A. Baker, The Blossoming Desert—A Concise History of Texas Baptists (Waco: Word, 1970). Alwyn Barr, Black Texans: A History of Negroes in Texas, 1528–1971 (Austin: Jenkins, 1973).
- Texas State Historical Association
- Alwyn Barr, Black Texans: A History of Negroes in Texas, 1528–1971 (Austin: Jenkins, 1973). Randolph B. Campbell, An Empire for Slavery: The Peculiar Institution in Texas, 1821–1865 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1989). Marvin C. Griffin, Texas African-American Baptists: The Story of the Baptist General Convention of Texas (Austin: Publisher’s Marketing House, 1994). William E. Montgomery, Under Their Own Vine and Fig Tree: The African-American Church in the South, 1865–1970 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1993).
- Missionary Baptist Association of Texas | Churches with a vision …
- www.mbaoftexas.org/2015 MBA of Texas Minute book. … Curtis Gilbert has compiled the Missionary Baptist Reports for February 2016 and they are now online. CAMPBELL, ISRAEL S. – Texas State Historical Association
- https://tshaonline.org/handbook/…/fcab…Texas State Historical Association
- Loading… In 1868 Campbell helped organize the Regular Missionary Lincoln Baptist … and Louisiana and as the president of the Freedmen’s Baptist Convention for two …AFRICAN-AMERICAN CHURCHES | The Handbook of Texas Online …
- https://tshaonline.org/handbook/…/pkat…Texas State Historical Association
Loading…Most slaves had some form of contact with organized Christian churches and merged … Israel S. Campbell, a black missionary from the Midwest, moved to Galveston in … Through its relationship with the Freedmen’s Bureau, however, the ME …Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, Houston, Texas (1868- ) | The …
- www.blackpast.org › Geography: United States › Texas
- BlackPast.org…Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, the first African American Baptist Church in Houston … Antioch’s members worshiped at the two churches until they decided to hold … The church, located in Freedman’s Town, was the center of activity for the …
- Louisiana Freedmen Missionary Baptist General Association. www.lafreedmenmbga.org/ The 131st Annual Session of the National Missionary Baptist Convention of America (NMBCA) will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana September 5 – 9, 2011.
- Avenue L Baptist Church Among the First Freedman Schools | Texas …www.celhayes.com .African Baptist Church in Galveston, Texas housed one of the first … H. M. Williams, 1904-33, moderator of the Lincoln District Baptist Association; the Rev. g. … Since the 1840s, members of the Avenue L Missionary Baptist …
- At the Cornerstone of History and Faith – Downtown Houston.
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church Celebrates 150 Years … For Texas slaves, that news came on June 19, 1865, with the arrival in the state of … with other black Baptists to form The Old Land Mark Baptist District Association. …. Houston’s Freedman’s Town grew out of the Fourth Ward, which was created.
- Antioch Missionary Baptist Church – Downtown Houston, Texas – A …
www.ambchouston.org/index.php/about-us/brief-history. The church, located in the center of Freedman’s Town, was the center of activity for … The Old Landmark Baptist Association of Texas was organized at Antioch.
- Antioch Missionary Baptist Church – African American News
- www.aframnews.com › Religion Winkley accepted the call as Pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in August, 2005. … The church, located in the center of Freedman’s Town, was the center of … The Old Landmark Baptist Association of Texas was organized at Antioch.
- Freedmen’s Town, Texas – Houston History Magazine
- https://houstonhistorymagazine.org/wp…/meeks-freedmans-town.pdf by T Meeks
- First African American Baptist Church in Houston, Texas.” The congregation … Nine former slaves organized Antioch Missionary Baptist Church.
- TEXAS COUNCIL OF NEGRO ORGANIZATIONS. Texas Council of Negro Organizations was first conceived by Antonio Maceo Smith on May 8, 1941, in Dallas.