*Every two years the National Black Fellowship conducts its biennial business session at the REACH Conference. In order for ministers to vote and for churches to seat a voting delegate, all dues must be paid up for both years. Dues for minister affiliations are $50 per year and for church affiliations $100 per year. 

*Every two years the National Black Fellowship conducts its biennial business session at the REACH Conference. In order for ministers to vote and for churches to seat a voting delegate, all dues must be paid up for both years. Dues for minister affiliations are $50 per year and for church affiliations $100 per year. 

*If You Would like to Be Contacted Regarding Membership or Dues by the NBF Executive Secretary’s office*

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*If You Would like to Be Contacted Regarding Membership or Dues by the NBF Executive Secretary’s office*

*Click the link below to give towards NBF Dues*

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%).

Friends of the NBF

Might not meet the criteria of membership but are individuals, churches and organizations that share the values and vision of the NBF and are located in or are committed to transforming the lives and landscape of urban
America. We welcome your partnership.

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%).

Friends of the NBF

Might not meet the criteria of membership but are individuals, churches and organizations that share the values and vision of the NBF and are located in or are committed to transforming the lives and landscape of urban
America. We welcome your partnership.

The National Black Fellowship of the Assemblies of God is divided into the following five regions to best serve our fellowship.

The National Black Fellowship of the Assemblies of God is divided into the following five regions to best serve our fellowship.

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Keynote Speakers

Bishop Walter Harvey
President,
NBF

Nona Jones
Faith-Based Partnerships, Facebook

Malcolm Burleigh
Executive Director, US Missions AG

Doug Clay
General Superintendent, AG

Choco DeJesus
General Treasurer,
AG

John Hannah
New Life Covenant Church

Conference Theme: “You have circled this mountain long ENOUGH. Now turn north”. DEUT 2:3 (NASB)

“ENOUGH”

07.20-22.2020

The conference begins Monday, July 20th, through Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020.

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Conference Theme: “You have circled this mountain long ENOUGH. Now turn north”. DEUT 2:3 (NASB)

“ENOUGH”

07.20-22.2020

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The NBF leads a movement of hope across urban America. Join us on Monday, May 11th at 7CST. This time our topic will be, “Answering the Call to Ministry (During and After the COVID Crisis). We will be joined by Chancellor, George Neau, who will talk to us about how the COVID pandemic presents an urgency and the opportunity for unprecedented ministry to people and how to open doors for the next generation of ministry leaders.

Power to Rise (A Special afternoon of empowHERment with Nona Jones, Facebook Executive)
Monday, June 1st – 1:00PM CST

Disruptive Compassion (Becoming the Revolutionary You Were Made to Be) with Hal Donaldson, Convoy of Hope
Monday, June 8th – 7:00PM CST

Bishop W.H

Hosted by;
Bishop Walter Harvey