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Brotherhood Ministry
The Brotherhood was formed in the year 1969. Through the guidance and direction of God's wisdom, a group of Christian men decided to undertake a task of uniting the men of the church to work as a church-wide body for the betterment and uplifting of God's work and fellowship among the brethren of the church. The Brotherhood meets the second Tuesday in each month at 7p.m. »
Audio Visual Ministry
The Audio Visual Ministry is designed to visually enhance the worship experience and to bring clarity and volume in sound production. Their goal is to spread the gospel through Royal media products (cassette tapes, CDs &DVDs). They meet as needed but especially on Sundays.
Calendar Ministry
The Calendar Committee provides a calendar for the upcoming year listing standard meetings, rehearsals, conferences and events. The calendars are distributed to all members. This ministry’s first meeting for the year is in September and meets as needed for the completion of the calendar.




Praise and Worship Choir

1st & 3rd Sundays


Young Adult Choir

2nd & 4th Sundays


Mass Choir

5th Sunday

8:00AM & 11:00AM

Sanctuary Choir

1st & 2nd Sundays


Men's Choir

3rd Sunday


Teen Choir

4th Sunday


Sunbeam Choir

4th Sunday

Deaconess Ministry
The Deaconess Ministry consists of virtuous women who love the Lord. They are role models for women in the Royal Missionary Baptist Church family. The Deaconess Ministry assists in preparing candidates for baptism. They also help in the preparation of Holy Communion. The Deaconess are large contributors of the building fund and the edification of the Church.
Deacons Ministry
The Deacons Ministry consists of men with much concern for the work of the Lord, growth of church membership, and the spiritual well being of all members. Those serving as Deacons have a close bond with the entire church membership. They are men with self-discipline, self-improvement and a high standard of service. The Deacons are also the right hand of the Pastor.
"Deacons likewise must be serious, not double-tongued, not addicted to much wine, not greedy for gain; they must hold the mystery of the faith with a clear conscience. And let them also be tested first; then if they prove themselves blameless let them serve as deacons. The women likewise must be serious, no slanderers, but temperate, faithful in all things. Let deacons be the husband of one wife, and let them manage their children and their households well; for those who serve well as deacons gain a good standing for themselves and also great confidence in the faith which is in Christ Jesus." (1 Timothy 3:8-13 RSV)
Academic Education Ministry
The Academic Education Committee program is one of total awareness designed to meet the needs of our church as a whole and the community at large. The purpose of this committee is to assist any person who desires to improve himself or career through education. They provide assistance in areas of tutoring, making notifications of the availability of program and financial assistance for college bound students, provide assistance in helping students select institutions of higher learning and other fields of vocations, and put in place a program to provide scholarships for college bound students.
Food Bank Ministry
The Food Bank Ministry functions under the guidelines of the Low Country Food Bank benefiting the needy, those who are ill, emergency situations, individuals with low/fixed incomes and those with no other source of income. The Food Bank is opened from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. the Saturday before the second Sunday of each month. The distributors are a group of volunteers who shop and/or distribute the food.
Hospitality Ministry
The Hospitality Committee assists the pastor and officers in welcoming new members to the fellowship of our Church, and encourages them to utilize their spiritual gifts in the service of the Lord. The Hospitality Committee is responsible for planning the annual church picnic, annual Easter breakfast, sponsors "Bring a Friend to Church Sunday", and the New Members luncheon. The committee meets the second Sunday of the month following the 11:00 a.m. worship service.
Library Ministry
The Library Committee meets the first Saturday of the month at 9:00 a.m. Its mission is to provide materials and design special programs in support of Royal’s ministries and to promote salvation, Christian growth and educational development in our community.
Married Couples Ministry
The Married Couple Ministry is one of the newest ministries of Royal Baptist Church. Its goal is to promote Christian growth of married couples and enhance relationships. Events such as financial planning and fellowshipping with other married Christian couples are offered to married couples.
Trustees Ministry
The Trustees are the custodians of all church assets. They are charged with the responsibility of giving directions to the general building superintendent, making recommendations for repairs and expansions, securing bank notes and insurances, preparing financial reports, reviewing the payment of bills voted on by the church and/or reflected in the church budget, and assisting the pastor in the development of new programs.
New Members Ministry
The New Members Class consists of eight classes that we feel will enhance the overall spiritual needs of all Person(s) in attendance at Royal and those who seek to join. The classes are:"Prayer, Baptism, Lord's Supper, Bible,Church, Giving In The New Testament, Holy Spirt, and God's Differing Gifts". These classes express the essential needs for every Christian's spiritual growth.
Outreach Ministry
The outreach committee is a group of people who give of themselves, their time, and talent in the surrounding community to help the elderly and the needy. They are responsible for supplying clothing and food to burn out victims, and providing Thanksgiving meals to those in need.
Praise Worship Ministry
The Praise Dance Ministry is equipped to train and mentor believers in the area of the liturgical dance ministry. They bring believers into the fullness of Christ and non-believers into the power of HIS ministry of dance. To bring all to a place of true salvation deliverance, healing, maturity and wholeness so all may be drawn out of darkness into his marvelous light. John 17:20-23. They minister at various churches, special programs and sometime on the 4th Sunday.
  • Earthly Angels - Ages 5 – 10. Rehearse on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
  • Royal Praise Creation – Ages 11 – 19. Rehearse on Mondays at 6:30 p.m.
Prison Ministry
Royal’s Prison Ministry (RPM) is another branch of outreach in our effort to fulfill the Great Commission. The heart of the ministry team follows the Lord’s command which states; “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” (Matt. 4:19). The mission involves, but is not exclusive to teaching, preaching, visitation and correspondence to adults and juveniles who are incarcerated in the local penal institutions.
Pulpit Aid Ministry
The Pulpit Aid is responsible for accessory aide to the Pastor in the form of pulpit refreshments, flowers, robes, bibles, or whatever tool is needed by him to enhance his pastoralship. The ministry meets the second Sunday of the month following the 11:00 a.m. worship service.
Senior Saints Ministry
The Senior Saints Ministry was formed in October, 2005. Their mission is to provide a variety of programs to meet the physical, social, spiritual and emotional needs of seniors in the church and community. Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in Building # 2.
Singles Ministry
The Singles Ministry was formed in 1998. Its mission is to enhance the quality of single adult life through Christian fellowship and to establish avenues for spiritual and personal growth.
Senior Missionary Ministry
The Senior Missionary Ministry was organized during the late 1930's. Its purpose is to aide and minister to the needs of the sick and less fortunate, enlistment and stewardship. Its aim is to help members learn how to function effectively, and enjoyably in the sight of God. The Senior Missionary is responsible for the chuch-wide, "Womens Day Program", which is held the second Sunday in September of each year. The Senior Missionary Ministry is affiliated with the Charleston County Baptist Association and the State Women Baptist Education and Missionary Convention. The Senior Missionary meets the first Saturday in each month at 1:00 p.m.
Transportation Ministry
This ministry provides a pick up and return service to members who have no transportation to Sunday morning worship service. It also provides transportation for choir members and church members to different area churches accommodating the pastor. This service is also used to provide transportation for members to conferences, retreats and other church functions.
Ushers Ministry
  • Usher Missionary - This ministry of servants, who are doorkeepers in the house of God, meet and greet members and visitors on the second Sunday of each month for the 11:00 a.m. worship service.
  • Junior Ushers - This is a group of young people ranging from age 7 to 18 years old. They serve every fourth Sunday during the 11:00 a.m. service. They greet members and visitors entering for worship. They care for the seating and comfort of the congregation. The Junior Ushers serve with distinction and take pride in their work, knowing that they are preparing for future leadership in the church.
  • Early Morning Ushers - The Early Morning Ushers serve every Sunday morning at 8:15. They contribute to the upbuilding of God’s Kingdom by serving proudly and with great authority as overseers of the worship service. 
  • Senior Ushers - The Senior Ushers are the public relations representatives of our church. They greet persons entering for worship and care for the seating and comfort of the congregation. They serve as guardians for the worship services. The Senior Ushers provide service on the first and third Sundays at the 11:00 a.m. worship service, for funerals, and special occasion services. One of their major fundraisers for the year is the sponsoring of the Annual Baby’s Contest. All proceeds are turned over to the church. The anniversary of the Senior Ushers Ministry has carried a long tradition of fellowship and service held on the second Sunday in May, which is Mother’s Day.
  • Willing Workers Ministry
    The Willing Workers ministry was organized in 1964. The purpose of this organization is to raise funds for the upbuilding of the church. They have made several purchases for the church. They have honored the senior citizens with dinners, hosted the Annual Birthday Program, and Church Tea for which all funds are turned over to the church. The Willing Workers meet every third Sunday after the 11:00 service.
    Youth Ministry
    The Youth Department Ministry is responsible for the coordination of all youth activities that are youth oriented. This includes participating during fourth Sunday Worship Service. The staff is there to offer support, counseling, and listening to the youth. This group is engaged in various activities such as Bible Quiz participation of the Charleston County Baptist Association, attending the Dunbar-Gandy Retreat held at Morris College each year, a participant of Oratorical Contest Competitions, collecting toiletries and other necessities for the homeless, and building and repairing homes for families in need under the program, "Habitat For Humanity".
    Young Women's Auxillary
    The Young Women Auxiliary (YWA) was organized in 1982 to involve the young women of the church. This ministry is faithful in its aid and service to mankind. They feed the hungry, contribute to clothing and food drive, conduct home and hospital visits, sponsors two Prayer Breakfast a year, sponsors an annual Women's Retreat, and Christmas Tree of Gift Giving to children in need. The YWA is affiliated with the Charleston County Baptist Association. The YWA, along with the Senior Missionary, are in charge of devotion at the 11:00 fifth Sunday worship services. The YWA meets the third Saturday in each month at 12:00p.m.
    Royal Baptist Church Boy Scout Troop 401 and Cub Scout Den 400
    Royal Baptist Church Boy Scout Troop 401 and Cub Scout Den 400. The Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of America are an educational resource to help enrich the lives of youth and make a difference in the kind of adults they may become. It is an opportunity for youth to get involved in adopting and living by meaningful personal standards, developing into leaders who have integrity, responsible, and show reverence to God and respect their country. Meetings are held on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. in Bldg. #2. Boys ages 11 to 17 years are encouraged to join the Boy Scouts and boys ages 8 to 9 years are encouraged to join the Cub Scouts.
    Children's Nursery
    The Children’s Nursery was set up to provide a wholesome environment for children during both morning services so that the parents can comfortably enjoy the worship service.
    Children's Church Ministry
    The Children's Church Ministry is designed for children up through age 12. It allows children to participate in the worship experience at their age level. The program is structured to teach young children about God, His word and salvation. It also teaches them how to conduct themselves in service. A variety of teaching methods such as stories, skits, and crafts are used to reinforce each lesson. Lessons are taught at three different age levels: 3-6, 7-9, and 10-12. Children's Church is held each first Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
    Junior Brotherhood Ministry
    The Junior Brotherhood consists of a group of young boys walking in the footsteps of their mentors in the Brotherhood Ministry. It is their duty to work out their soul salvation through public service projects, aid and give support to the Brotherhood. These young boys work as a united body for the betterment of mankind.
    Praise Dance Ministry
    The Praise Dance Ministry is equipped to train and mentor believers in the area of the liturgical dance ministry. They bring believers into the fullness of Christ and non-believers into the power of HIS ministry of dance. To bring all to a place of true salvation deliverance, healing, maturity and wholeness so all may be drawn out of darkness into his marvelous light. John 17:20-23. They minister at various churches, special programs and sometime on the 4th Sunday. Earthly Angels - Ages 5-10. Rehearse on Wednesday's at 6:30PM Royal Praise Creation - Ages 11-19. Rehearse on Monday's at 6:30PM Yielded Vessels of Praise - Age 20 & up. Rehearse on Friday's at 7:00PM
    Puppet Ministry
    The Puppet Ministry is a teaching tool to minister bible principles to the young at heart. God birthed this ministry out of an outreach ministry called "Children of the Promise". This ministry will work with the drama ministry and the youth church. Our goal is to become an outreach ministry to the community. This ministry meets as announced on Fridays.
    Signs of Worship Minstry
    The Signs of Worship Ministry teaches sign language to youth as an outlet of worship in preparation for future sign language interpretation services. This ministry ministers to God’s people through the alternative language of sign as led by the Holy Spirit at church programs and special services. They meet weekly on Tuesdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    Teen Girls Ministry
    The Teen Girls Ministry is a ministry designed to permit or allow no person to look down on or consider teen girls to be worthless or beneath notice. Our teen girls will be an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith and in purity. Until JESUS comes, we will give attention to reading, exhortation through edification, building-up and encouragement; based on the foundation of our doctrine, THE BIBLE.. 1 Tim 4:12-13. Meetings are held every 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Girls 13-19 are encouraged to join this ministry.
    Vacation Bible School
    Vacation Bible School provides concentrated study and learning which introduces God's word and his wonderful Son, Jesus Christ to both children and adults. People of all ages learn to know and love Jesus in a richer and deeper way. The end result is a challenge to follow, love and serve the Lord who teaches us how to live. Vacation Bible School makes learning fun. There are exciting bible lessons to learn, creative crafts, and lively singing. There are even delicious refreshments. There are new friends and nice teachers who love the Lord and who love kids. Who would not want to be a part of such a fun filled religious gathering? Vacation Bible School is usually held for one week annually during the summer.

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