Regional Gatherings in 2022

Join us at UNLEASHED as we strengthen, empower and activate you to expand God’s Kingdom and influence in your region!

August TBD , 2022
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA
Northwestern Region

September 9-10, 2022
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Southwestern Region

About Us

As with other Ethnic Fellowships within The Assembly of God, the majority of our constituents represent our racial and cultural heritage, which is Black. What we are does not limit what we do nor where we go nor whom we embrace.

We are a movement of hope transforming communities by developing and deploying African American leaders, planting & revitalizing churches, advancing biblical justice and restoring families. This is our Vision & Mission!

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS

All Ordained Black and other Ministers Pastoring a predominantly Black congregation (over 50% black) holding accredited fellowship certificates, also including those holding an accredited License to preach, Specialized Ministries License and Certificates of Ministry credentials from District Councils may be members of The National Black Fellowship.

CONGREGATIONAL MEMBERS

All Black Congregations that are affiliated with the Assemblies of God may be members of The National Black Fellowship. Black Congregations are those congregations that are predominantly Black (over 50%).

The National Black Fellowship

We are committed to community transformation and positively impacting people’s lives through the Spirit of God.

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The National Black Fellowship of The Assembly of God (NBFAG)

Kathy Jones Co-Sponsors NBF Central Region PATSUA Breakfast

Kathy Jones Co-Sponsors NBF Central Region PATSUA Breakfast In October, Kathy Jones co-sponsored a free Breakfast Get Together for NBF Central Region attendees of the PUTSUA Annual Leadership Conference held at Victory In Christ Kingdom Church in Chicago, IL. It featured great food, fellowship, information on the vision of the NBF shared by NBF President […]

UPCAG Centennial Celebration

UPCAG Centennial Celebration The UPCAG was birthed in 1919. However, because of the sin of racism, the Assemblies of God would not embrace their African  American missionaries. In 2014, former AG General Superintendent, Dr. George O. Wood was instrumental in a move of reconciliation between the fellowships. Today, the UPCAG has churches in the USA, […]

Will Jones & wife Jennifer Lead in India

Will Jones & wife Jennifer Lead in India Will Jones serves as the 40U and Missions representative of the NBF. He and his wife, Jennifer, led a team of 8 people to India in September. In 2019, a national initiative was begun in partnership with the NBF and  GWM in an effort to diversify the […]

Message From the Presidents Desk

Message From the President’s Desk Merry CHRISTmas and Happy New Year from the National Black Fellowship Office and Team. Jesus is the reason for the season!!! This is the season we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is also a season of succession and transition for me. Last year, I began a Lead Pastor’s […]