Welcome to our new homepage!

Thank you for visiting our new Internet site. As an up-to-date church, we want to give you the opportunity to stay in touch with us and our members. A new content management system will enable us to always keep you up to date.

At present, our web site is still under construction. We are making an effort to present you with our entire spectrum of what we can offer to you as soon as possible. Please check on this site later.

In the meantime you can reach us at 318-448-4567, you can  contact us through our email address at sesmbc@bellsouth.net. Look us up on FaceBook, we are there also (SESMBC).  We are look forward to meeting you.

If you are not familiar with our Church and your first contact with us is online: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.

In brief, you should know the following about us: 

We are the Second Evening Star Missionary Baptist Church that was on the Bayou and now located at 150 Cooper Road, just off Hwy 28W. Our Pastor is Phillip R. Taylor, he is married to Shirley Taylor and they have one son, Ashton.  We would like to thank you for visiting our site. We would, also, like to extend an invitation to you to come and share the Lord's Day with us.

Our service times are:      Sunday Church School — 9:45 a.m.; Church in Worship — 11:15 a.m.; Prayer Meeting & Bible Study on Wednesdays — 6:30 p.m. ; The Lord's Supper — 1st Sundays during the 11:15 a.m. services. On 5th Sunday's we have services at 8:00am only.

We continue to make great strides in reaching and fulfilling the five purposes of our church: Ministry – Fellowship – Worship – Discipleship – Evangelism. God has set before us great challenges and opportunities and we look forward to moving on to what God has placed before us.

For as we have many members in one body, but all the members do not have the same function, so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another.”  Romans 12:4-5

One of the most important aspects of the Christian relationship is the understanding that we are one body. The very foundation of the church relationship is oneness in the body of Christ. Throughout the New Testament Church we see the power of being united as one body of believers. When Peter was placed in prison (Acts 12:5) it was the oneness and unity of the church that open the doors, or when the church at Jerusalem needed assistance (Acts 11:27-30), the church came together to relieve the burden of the believers. Moving forward we must work for a unity in the body and pray for the love of God to rule our hearts. 

 Phillip R. Taylor,

Senior Pastor, Second Evening Star Missionary Baptist Church