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Theme: “Emerging Renewed and Stronger"Isaiah 40:31 (NKJV)Sunday, September 12, 2021 10:00 a.m.https://us02web.zoom.us/Meeting ID: 840 3287 4413 Passcode: 507096Dial-In: 1-301-715-8592Worship LeadersDeacon Kenny Jackson and Deaconess Rita JacksonCall to Worship and Invocation . Rev. Dr. Vonda BattsScripture Reading . Isaiah 40:31 (NKJV) . Sister Sharon Williams MorrisPrayer. Brother Derrik AllenMusic of Inspiration “Even Me” . MPBC Combined ChoirOffertory Appeal and Prayer . Rev. Dr. Vonda BattsLiturgical Dance Presentation . Wise Women of PraiseIntroduction of the Guest Speaker . Sister Patricia HarrisMusic of Preparation “Psalm 117” . MPBC Combined ChoirThe Preached Word . Dr. Valerie Martin-StewartFounder/CEO of Taking ItBy Force Ministries, Inc.,Fredericksburg, VAInvitation to Christian Discipleship . Pastor Carl M. JohnsonHistorical Moment . Power Point PresentationSpecial Recognition (50 Years) . Video PresentationMemorial Tribute. Deacon Edward RobinsonSpecial Acknowledgements . Trustee Walter HoganRev. Dr. Vonda BattsDeacon Michael HardyDeaconess Faye StarkTrustee Tyrone BradleyBenediction/Closing . Pastor Carl M. Johnson

BiographyDr. Valerie Martin-StewartDr. Valerie Martin-Stewart is a licensed and ordained minister who loves preachingthe gospel and has been doing so for 20 years. Under the non-profit ministry shefounded and directs, she awards scholarships to the under privileged, conductsconferences/revivals and leads mission teams to impoverished areas in Jamaica andPeru.Dr. Stewart’s educational accomplishments include an Associate’s Degree inComputer Science, a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, a Master’sDegree in Biblical Studies and a Doctorate Degree in Theology, graduatingMagna Cum Laude in both her Master’s and Doctoral programs. She wasinducted into her Alma Mater’s Hall of Fame, University of Alabama inHuntsville, for her academic and athletic achievements.Dr. Martin-Stewart has served the Department of Defense (DOD) as anElectrical Engineer for 25 years. She started her career with the Department ofthe Army, Space and Missile Defense Command which is where she acquired herknowledge of weapons and communications integration on Army platforms and modeling and simulation.From there she transferred to the Department of the Air Force and later joined the Department of the Navy,working for Naval Sea Systems Command at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) inDahlgren, VA. She currently works with the Flight Test and Mission Assurance team where her duties includeconducting tests of missiles and targets.Dr. Stewart is a prolific author and has written several books; her second which is now a screenplay which hasprospects for becoming a movie. Recognized as an expert on the subject of fear, overcoming struggles andpersonal setbacks, she has been interviewed on various radio shows across the U.S.Other accomplishments and notable achievements for Dr. Stewart include but are not limited to serving as thekeynote speaker for many Government agencies, national organizations and professional associations.She is the recipient of numerous awards from the Army, Air Force and Navy for her service and performanceas an electrical engineer.Dr. Stewart is a philanthropist at heart as she began returning to her hometown of Oxford, MS in 2004 preaching, teaching, and awarding scholarships; she believes everyone has greatness living on the inside of them, but itmust be tapped into. She now travels both nationally and internationally hosting conferences, seminars, missiontrips and crusades sharing her messages of survival, endurance, and perseverance as she challenges all people toRISE and simply “Do It Afraid!”

“Gone but Not Forgotten”For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die,we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord's.Romans 14:8Joseph Anthony BrayOctober 30, 2020Janice BrownMarch 18, 2021Katherine CaisonNovember 23, 2020Willie ColesOctober 30, 2020Trustee William DukeDecember 22, 2020Hazel GoodenOctober 11, 2020Avery GrayDecember 11, 2020Jennifer JohnsonSeptember 26, 2020

“Gone but Not Forgotten”For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die,we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord's.Romans 14:8Ambassador Larry PalmerApril 21, 2021Paul H. SheppardNovember 16, 2020Minister Ronald SpinnerFebruary 7, 2021

On our 154th Church Anniversary,We salute the members of Mount Pleasant Baptist Churchwho have served for 50 years or more.Sister Brenda BradleySister Mary LockettSister Aaronita BrownSister June MarshallDeacon Carlton BrownSister Barbara MooreSister Gwendolyn BrownSister Frances RobinsonDeaconess Josephine ByrdSister Frances RossSister Mirenda HallSister Merle SummersSister Nancy Hardy-DewberryDeaconess Susie TaylorDeacon Michael HardySister Maggie TuckerDeaconess Rita JacksonSister Sally WhiteSister Elizabeth JacksonSister Lou Emma WilsonSister Jeanette Lewis

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church (MPBC)Alexandria, VA1867-2021—A PROUD HISTORYA church is its people. The history of a church is the story of what God has done throughpeople. Thus, when we consider the history of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church it is really apart of God’s story. Each success and each challenge should remind one that only whatwe do for Christ will last.The history of the people comprising Mount Pleasant Baptist Church extends back to1863 when many of them were granted freedom from slavery and similar servitude. Thisgroup of brave men and women out of slavery traveled hundreds of miles by foot throughunfamiliar territory comprised mainly of trails, cow paths and murky swamps and settledin the Alexandria area. Although they arrived as freed slaves with no formal education,and no previous business knowledge, God blessed them to make homes for their families.The success of these men and women attracted the attention of Mr. Charles H. Brown (awhite man) and he offered 60 acres of land for sale. Many persons bought the land and built homes. These earlysettlers included such persons as Catherine Johnson, Giles Payne, William Nutt, John Curry, Andrew Jackson,Fenton Somers, Michael Miner, Jim Hinshaw, Ennis Jackson, Brown Sheppard, and Georgianna Sheppard.The village created by the homes of these persons was named Mount Pleasant as a reflection of the cooperationand pleasantness that existed among the residents, and because the village was located on a hill. Mr. Brown, whosold them the land, thought that a settlement would not be complete without a church, so he gave one acre ofland “to be used exclusively for religious and school purposes, and for a burying ground by and for coloredpeople.” On September 7, 1867, Mr. Brown and his wife, Eliza, deeded the land “to Andrew Jackson, FentonSomers, William Nutt, and John Curry, freedmen of Fairfax County.” These men organized the Mount PleasantBaptist Church in 1867.The first church had one small room and was made of pine logs. It was used for worship services on Sunday andas a school during the week. In 1881, a mere 14 years later, a frame church was built, and it doubled the size ofthe original building. New families into the community included names such as Pinkett, Scott, Warner, Moore,Butler, Gaskins, and Wheeler. These families continue to be an integral part of the church.As the people worked for the cause of Christ, the church continued to grow, making it necessary to build againin 1931. The program of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church broadened to provide varied avenues for Christianworship, service, fellowship, and religious education. All was designed to address the needs of the people andpromote the cause of Christ.In the mid-1970’s, a new building became mandatory. The officialgroundbreaking for the new edifice was held July 17, 1976. The March-infollowed a year later on August 7, 1977. God blessed the people and onApril 3, 1983, being free of debt, the mortgage for the new sanctuary wasburned.On September 20, 1992, the sanctuary of the church built in 1931 wasrefurbished, officially dedicated and named the Pinkett and SheppardMemorial Chapel thus celebrating the work of two former pastors. Thenursery and other areas of the building were modified in recent years.Having recognized a need, on July 21, 2012 the church authorizeda feasibility study for an elevator to enable elderly or physicallychallenged individuals to conveniently get to the lower level of thechurch. On March 22, 2014 ground was broken for the elevator,and praise God, the elevator was put in service on September 6,2015.

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church is one of the oldest Black Baptist churches in Northern Virginia. It has been officially recognized as a historic institution by the FairfaxCounty Historic Commission. The unveiling and dedication of the Historical Markerwas held on August 5, 2017.A list of Pastors who faithfully served at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church through its152 years includes Rev. Laws, the first pastor; Rev. Randolph Scott; Rev. Pryor; Rev.Randolph Peyton; Rev. John Pinkett; Rev. Milton Sheppard; Rev. Dr. Carroll Baltimore; Rev. Clary Brown; Rev. Dr. Harry J. Pilson; and our current pastor Rev. Dr.Carl M. Johnson. Pastor Johnson accepted the call of the Church and began his tenure on July 6, 2014. He wasinstalled on October 5, 2014.Under Pastor Johnson’s leadership, Mount Pleasant has welcomed many new members and seen great change.Pastor Johnson has licensed eight ministers to preach the Gospel and ordained nine Deacons, seven Deaconesses,and consecrated five Trustees. Many other changes on behalf of the Church were initiated, implemented, and instituted. Some of the highlights of his tenure include: a viable strategic plan for Mount Pleasant that included a seriesof Leadership conferences, streaming church worship services, on-line giving, Youth “Thursday Night TakeOver” (TNT), Capital Campaign for facility improvements, and dedication of the elevator in memory of BeatriceWhite. In 2018 the Mount Pleasant Board of Directors was reorganized to add three at-large lay members selectedfrom the congregation. Currently there are 20 deacons and 22 deaconesses under his guidance.Pastor Johnson established the popular summer worship schedule and community Bible study cookout. MountPleasant had its first two-day noonday Senior Revival in 2018. Discipleship classes for men and women have beenestablished. The Grief Ministry and Safety & Security Ministry were reactivated.In April 2018 Pastor Johnson was selected to participate in a three-year Strategic Pastoral Excellence Program(SPEP). The Program is designed to recognize and support significant pastoral leaders and their congregationsthrough a curriculum that focuses on personal and business financial skills. Dr. Johnson was appointed Region 1President of the Northern Virginia Baptist Association, Inc., Gainesville, VA and served a one-year term. (Rev. Dr.Augustus Henderson, Moderator). He also serves on the Executive Board of the Baptist General Convention,Richmond, VA. He is a member of the Kingdom Associates of Covenant Pastors (KACP).Always looking forward, Pastor Johnson initiated a Youth Council for children ages 10 through 18. Mount Pleasant has been blessed to have an outreach ministry that offers nurturing to all of God’s Children. To help meet theneeds of the members, many ministries have been added. They include ministries for children, youth, young adults,singles, deaf, seniors, men, women and the grieving, to name a few.On March 16, 2019, the church honored the retired Church School Director, Sister Aaronita Mackley Brown after50 years of dedicated service and named the library in her honor the Aaronita Mackley Brown Church School Office. Sister Yvonne Bush was appointed Church School Director in December 2018.The church continued its missionary work by packing over 20,000 meals on October 5, 2019 for the “Kids AgainstHunger” project. The meals, along with other needed supplies were sent to Africa. The Deaconess and Women’sMinistries held a Women’s Lock-in in October. The event was a celebration in song, preached word and inspiringtalks. On November 16, 2019, the first Community Fellowship Day was held, labeled “Unity in the Community,”where free meals and clothing were provided.In January 2020, Pastor Johnson introduced the 2020 Faith Giving initiative which entailed giving above and beyond the regular tithes and offerings. Starting in February 2020 members were asked to give in amounts of 2020,example 2,020.20, 220.20, or 20.20. The Trustees developed a list of projects to beautify and sustain the physical building for which the funds will be used.On March 15, 2020 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church cancelled all worship services, in-person church activities, programs and events as a precautionary measure due to the state of emergency caused by the corona virus disease,COVID-19. The church office staff began practicing social distancing while continuing to meet the administrativeand communication needs of members. Even though the church building was closed, Pastor Johnson used histechnological acumen to put in place ways to meet the church’s spiritual needs using several digital platforms forministry meetings, prayer meetings, Bible studies and Sunday worship services.

Specifically, on March 24 he established Tuesday evening virtual prayer service using conference calls to augmentthe already established Friday 6:00 a.m. morning prayers. Wednesday noon-day Bible study and Thursday eveningprayer and Bible study were conducted virtually using Zoom teleconferencing and conference calls. The annualHomecoming celebration and Revival services were conducted virtually with guest pastors delivering their messages live streamed via the MPBC website. The music ministry continued to minister through soloists, liturgical dance,and even a virtual choir. Ministry meetings were conducted using Zoom and conference line. The digital platformsafforded us the opportunity to continue our studies and grow in the knowledge, understanding and application ofbiblical principles. Despite not meeting in person, Mount Pleasant continued to grow, gaining three new ‘E-members’ in 2020 as a result of our online services.The Theme for 2020 was “At The Mount We Are Committed to the Spirit of Excellence - Matthew 5:16. Such atheme was very appropriate for that time. The spirit was evident with our first dial-in prayer service during the startof a coronavirus epidemic. The excellence of us all learning to use various forms of technology to keep God’schurch alive and reaching souls. The first virtual worship service was Sunday, March 22 with a recorded sermon byPastor Johnson. Church members (the WE) helped each other to use technology. The Church School conductedvirtual lessons using Zoom video teleconferencing.Community food distributions sponsored by the Emergency Preparedness Committee and Ezekiel MissionaryMinistry were held on May 23 and August 18. Children and Youth Day was held June 28th. Graduates were honored. The first-ever virtual church meeting was held on August 29, 2020. The commitment to the Spirit of Excellence by all church members has been remarkable.It is evident that, from the birth of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in 1867 many persons have given their time,talent, service and means to the cause of Christ. On October 11, 2020, long time member (69 years) and Head ofthe Culinary Ministry, Mrs. Hazel Gooden was called home to be with our Lord and Savior. On December 22,2020, at the Inova Hospital in Leesburg, Va., one of Alexandria’s successful African American businessmen succumbed to Covid-19. Trustee William “Sonny” Duke was well known in Alexandria for owning five dry-cleaningbusinesses. His success in business is a model for many African Americans.The year 2021 found us “Trusting God for our Future”. The church continued having virtual meetings and classesto include the Women’s Ministry’s cooking and exercise classes and Vacation Bible School. Several communityfood drives was held on the church parking lot. All were welcome. In addition, communion supplies were distributed so that individuals could partake in their homes.Throughout the pandemic, the church has continued to keep members engaged – with the aim of gradually returning to live services (re-entry). Accordingly, Phase III of re-entry started on Sunday July 25, 2021, with approximately fifty (50) people in attendance. This was made possible using an online pre-registration process and strict protocols for admittance to the sanctuary. As we look forward to a new normal, there is high expectation that MountPleasant Baptist Church will emerge renewed. We have not stood still – we are stronger! Mount Pleasant BaptistChurch celebrates its 154th Anniversary in 2021, while Pastor Johnson and First Lady Robin Johnson will be celebrating their 7th at MBPC.The mission of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church is to minister to all age groups – from infants to the elderly. Ourhighest goal is to serve others by using the gifts that God has given to each of us. The heritage has been rich andvaried; our labors hard and long. As we remember the triumphs of the past, let us renew our commitment to thechallenge which lies ahead - to make Christ known to ALL as the Savior of the world.The church is its people.

2021 CHURH ANNIVERSARY PLANNING COMMITTEEMEMBERSDeacon Robert BrooksDeacon Kenneth JacksonDeaconess Rita JacksonRev. Brian MorganDeaconess Sherri MorganDeaconess Averil TomlinsonThe members of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Anniversary Planning Committee always enjoy workingtogether planning the Anniversary Church Services.It is our sincere prayer that the services are a blessing to the Mount Pleasant family and friends.We would like to thank the members who accepted our invitation to serve on the program and to those whoassisted in various other capacities.

September is National Sickle Cell Awareness MonthTHIS WEEK’S EVENTSSunday, September 12—1:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. AnniversaryCelebration—Fellowship Meal. All invited. Location: LocustShade Park—Indian Pipe Pavilion, 4701 Locust Shade Drive,Triangle, VA 22172. Sign-up athttps://www.perfectpotluck.com/GSIE2963.Contact: Deacon Karl Henderson atKarl.Henderson@mtpleasantbc.org.Monday, September 13—6:30 p.m. Virtual Grief MinistrySession. Join Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/Meeting ID: 841 3701 5054 Passcode: 499669Dial-In: 1-301-715-8592.To register: https://www.griefshare.org/groups/129508.Tuesday, September 14—6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting.Dial-In: 1-848-220-3300 Conference ID: 1571206#.(This is a toll number. Charges may be incurred.)Submit prayer requests at prayer@mtpleasantbc.org.Wednesday, September 1512:00 p.m. Virtual Noon Day Bible Study.Led by Pastor Carl Johnson7:00 p.m. Evangelism Meeting.Join Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/Meeting ID: 827 5728 0195 Passcode: 998724Dial-In: 1-301-715-8592. Contact: Deacon James Watson,James.Watson@mtpleasantbc.org.Thursday, September 166:30 p.m. Virtual Youth Bible Study “TNT.”Led by Rev. Chris White. Ages 5-18.6:30 p.m. Virtual Prayer Service.Led by Deacon Ronald Hampton, Deaconess Averil Tomlinson,and Deaconess Josephine Byrd.7:00 p.m. Virtual Bible Study.Led by Pastor Carl Johnson.Friday, September 17—6:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.Dial-In: 1-848-220-3300 Conference ID: 1571206#.(This is a toll number. Charges may be incurred.)Submit prayer requests at prayer@mtpleasantbc.org.7:00 p.m. Virtual Initial Sermons. Brother Derrik Allen,Sister Penni Ford, Sister Kimberly Seward, and Sister MiddiSpinner will present their Initial sermons. Let us celebrate thisCalling to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ!Saturday, September 18—8:30 a.m. Virtual Men of Valor.Join Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/Meeting ID: 886 7964 7261 Passcode: 070481Dial-In: 1-301-715-8592Inviting all men and youth males for Virtual Word Study andFellowship.Phase III Re-entry. Members interested in attending theSunday Morning Worship Services in person can sign up onthe MPBC website at https://mtpleasantbc.org/ or register onthe new mobile app.ATTENTION!Ministry Leaders Slate of Officers and Calendar Events/Activity Form. MPBC officers and ministry leaders mustsubmit a slate of 2022 officers and calendar of events/activity form by September 15th. Call (703) 256-1268extension 11 or email at secretary@mtpleasantbc.org.UPCOMING EVENTSSunday, September 19—3:00 p.m. CCM FellowshipAlexandria zip codes 22304 and 22311. Join Zoom:https://us06web.zoom.us/ Meeting ID: 842 2621 3859Passcode: 591253. Dial-In: 1-301-715-8592.Inviting members for virtual fun and fellowship.Contacts: Deacon Barry Newsome,Barry.Newsome@mtpleasantbc.org and Deacon GlennBlackwell, Glenn.Blackwell@mtpleasantbc.org.Friday, September 24, 2021—7:00 p.m. CCM ChristianComedy Event. Join Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/Meeting ID: 868 9214 6694 Passcode: 108930.Dial-In: 1-301-715-8592. Featuring: Rev. A.D. Black, GalileeBaptist Church, Suitland, MD and Washington, DC.Sponsored by the PWSSC&L Congregational Care Ministry.Contact: Deacon Karl Henderson,Karl.Henderson@mtpleasantbc.org.2021 Fall Messenger Newsletter. Theme: "Don’t FallApart!" (Philippians 4:6-7) (NKJV). Submit articles,poems, and announcements atmpbcnewsletter@mtpleasantbc.org by October 1st.A New Website Giving Page announcing ways to giveelectronically. A detailed flyer has been mailed to you.Scan the QR code or visit: https://mtpleasantbc.org/give/.Download Our New Church App! Register for eventsand see what's going on at your church with theconvenience of your phone. Scan the QR code or visithttps://e360.ministryone.com/landing/PL6P.

Sep 12, 2021 · On our 154th Church Anniversary, We salute the members of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church who have served for 50 years or more. Sister Brenda Bradley Sister Mary Lockett Sister Aaronita Brown Sister June Marshall Deacon Carlton Brown Sister Barbara Moore Sister Gwendolyn Brown Sister Frances Robinson Deaconess Josephine Byrd Sister Frances Ross

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