About Us

WE ARE MISSIONARY

“To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory: Whom we preach, warning every man, and teaching every man in all wisdom; that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus” – Colossians 1:27-28

We are missionary means that we believe it our responsibility to reach our families, peers, communities, cities, states, nation, and world with the gospel and love of Jesus Christ. There were no boundaries for Christ and we are here to follow His example!

Quaker Avenue Baptist Church is a place to belong, a place to fellowship, and a place to serve.  It is our goal to provide a place where you can be led into a growing and fruitful relationship with Jesus Christ while building relationships with others who are seeking a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. 

You are welcome here!

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Weekly Service Times:

We have Sunday School classes for every age, for a full list please check out our Ministries page. Our praise music is a great blend of hymnal and modern style music lead out by our talented praise and worship team. Our worship service is led by our Senior Pastor as we dig into the Word of God.

Sunday Morning:

Sunday School (Adults, Teens, & Children): 9:45 AM
Praise and Worship: 10:45 AM

Sunday Night:

Praise and Worship: 6 PM

Wednesday night:

Class (Adults, Teens, & Children): 7 PM

OUR STAFF:

Senior Pastor

Monty Hilliard

Monty A. Hilliard has been involved in ministry since 1975, serving in various capacities. He received his seminary training at Oklahoma Missionary Baptist College, graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Ministries, in 1981, while serving as Associate Pastor, Youth Minister, and Music Minister. His musical training includes an Associate of Arts degree from Grayson College in 1984. He received an Advanced Diploma in Biblical Studies from Faith Bible Institute, in 2006. His further education includes a Master of Theological Studies received from Texas Baptist Institute and Seminary, in 2019. Monty began his role as a Senior Pastor with the Quaker Avenue Baptist Church, in 1987, and has continued to serve in this position for 35 years.

Associate Pastor

David Phillips

David E. Phillips began his formal ministry in 1988 as an ordained deacon of Pacific Avenue Missionary Baptist Church of Iowa Park, Texas. After moving to Lubbock, Texas and serving as a deacon and youth minister, Quaker Avenue Baptist Church followed God’s calling to license David. In 1998, Northside Missionary Baptist Church of Snyder, Texas called him to be their pastor, and ordained him as a minister. David graduated with his Bachelors in English Bible from West Texas Baptist Institute in 1999. He also obtained an Advanced Diploma in Biblical Studies from Faith Bible Institute in 2000. David faithfully served as pastor of Northside for 16 years before the Lord led him and his wife back to Lubbock. Since returning to Lubbock, David has served as an Associate Pastor of Quaker Avenue Baptist Church.

College & Youth Pastor/MBSF Director

Steven Haney

Steven Haney surrendered to the ministry at 15 and began to fill in for surrounding churches as well as preaching at church camp and association meetings. After High School graduation he attended Texas Baptist Institute and Seminary from 2007 to 2013, receiving His Master of Theology Degree. During seminary he served as Youth minister for his church. After graduating seminary with his degree he and his family moved to Russellville, AR where he served as Director for the MBSF (Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship) at Arkansas Tech. MBSF is a college campus ministry for 2 years. In 2015 Steven and his family answered the call of QABC to come and help them start an MBSF ministry on the campus of TTU. He is currently serving as Youth/College Pastor at QABC and MBSF Director of the MBSF on TTU campus.

Our Church Associations

As a New Testament Church we believe that we are an autonomous body of Christ and only He has authority over us. However we fellowship with fellow brothers and sisters in Christ as well as other New Testament Churches in local, state, and national capacities. Below are those associations with whom we have chosen to associate.

Southwest Association of Missionary Baptist Churches

Southwest Association of Missionary Baptist Churches is an association of churches located in the states of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.

Missionary Baptist Association of Texas

The state association of the Missionary Baptist Churches of Texas.

American Baptist Association

The American Baptist Association is a worldwide group of independent Baptist churches voluntarily associating in their efforts to fulfill the Great Commission. It strives to maintain full autonomy and equality of every church that participates within the organization.

QABC MISSION POINTS

Below is a list of all the mission points and missionaries that we support at a church, starting with those works directly sponsored by QABC. The latest reports for our Mission points can be found by clicking the button at below.

Lifeline Baptist Church is another QABC sponsored and supported mission work in Mansfield TX with the desire to see a church begin to flourish. Bro David Smith is the missionary for Lifeline Baptist Church sent out by Quaker Avenue Baptist Church.

North India Missions is the third QABC sponsored and supported mission point. North India missions is led out by Bro. Singh and reaches the people of North India by going into schools and universities as well as reaching villages with the Gospel of Christ and see New Testament churches established and flourishing with local leadership from those saved, baptized, and mentored by Bro. Singh.

Raider MBSF is a QABC sponsored and supported mission and outreach to the campus of Texas Tech University. Steven Haney and his family have been on the field establishing on ongoing campus student organization in order to reach the campus for Christ since 2015. The MBSF is currently registered on campus and has 10 official members registered with the organization. They are able to hold booths on campus and participate in student outreach and are currently looking for a house close to campus to purchase for their MBSF house as a base of operations. They have been chosen as the 2022 Mission Point by the Ladies Auxiliary of the MBA of Texas for their annual fundraiser for the MBSF house.

LMD Fund (Local Mission Development) is a fund set up and overseen by Quaker Avenue Baptist church in order to help our local churches and missions with purchasing property, building on their property, making property improvements/repairs/updates, as well as purchasing furniture and equipment.

Below are a list of the Mission Points that QABC supports financially and prayerfully (if you have any questions about one of these mission points or would like more information, please let us know):

Local Mission Points:
Twin Lakes Mission
Clovis Baptist Church
Two Grey Hills Mission
Borderland Mission
Navajo Mission

State Mission Points:
Texas Mission Development
Texas Mission Builders
Texas Baptist Institute & Seminary
The MBA of Texas

Interstate Mission Points:
CPR Ministries
ABA Disaster Relief Fund
The Mattingly Family
Interstate Mission Development

Foreign Mission Points:
Jodie Vesley (Russia and Minister Counseling)
Ted Barker (Triple Border Missions)
FISH Ministry (Bible translation and printing)
Damien Austin (Ukraine)
Amazon Mission Project
John Melancon (Israel)
Brent Rosendal (Thailand)
Philippine Mission Development
ABA Interstate-Foreign Missions Fund
Alejandro Moreno (Mexico)
Kyle Foster (Israel)
Robert Baidya (Bangladesh)