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Welcome to the home of the Brookland Baptist Church, Northeast. We are One Church in Two Locations with the purpose of Glorifying God and Edifying Humanity. Brookland Baptist Church is organized for the purpose of advancing and promoting the worship of God through a holistic ministry. We do so by promoting the spiritual growth of our members by reading, teaching and studying the Holy Bible. Our discipleship is then manifested in ministering to the needs of all people by preaching and evangelizing the Gospel of Christ, so that others might know the power of His might and His saving Grace. At Brookland Northeast we LAUGH, we LEARN, and we LOVE.
If you are searching for salvation or are looking for a church home, please visit the Brookland Baptist Church, Northeast – One Church in Two Locations.
Sundays 9:00 AM & 11:00AM
Sunday School - Sundays at 8:00 AM
Lord's Supper - Holy Communion : 1st Sundays
Every 4th Sunday - at Hope Academy.
On 5th Sundays ONLY
1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Sundays - 10:00 AM at Hope Academy
No Children's Worship on 4th Sundays.
Wednesday Bible Study - 6:45 PM
Northeast Worship Service Sunday morning on 101.3 (WWDM) at 7:00 AM
Northeast Worship Service Sunday morning on 95.3 (WFMV) at 10:30 AM
The vision of Brookland Baptist Church, Northeast was revealed to our Senior Pastor in September of 2006. After receiving the vision, the Reverend Chris Leevy Johnson, a son of the church, was appointed by the Senior Pastor and church leadership to head the Ministry Team at Brookland Northeast. For a year we looked for land to purchase to construct our Northeast Campus. We were able to purchase 5 acres of land on Summit Parkway in the Summit Neighborhood. The land was located by Reverend Jackson’s sister who lived in the same community and financed by the church’s credit union. Prior to the building phase, the church provided assistance and the first service of Brookland Baptist Church, Northeast was held in the auditorium of the Ridge View High School, five blocks away from our current location. On that Sunday, seven persons joined the Brookland Baptist Church. From that seven, several hundreds have been added to the church’s role and discipleship as a result of the Northeast Ministry.On Easter Sunday, April 24, 2011 God granted us favor and we broke ground on Phase One of our new church edifice. Phase one will include administrative offices, Sunday school classrooms and a 600 seat sanctuary. In phase two we will construct the 1200 Northeast Cathedral and Fellowship Hall. At Brookland, we have over 60 ministries to meet the holistic needs of our parishioners. We are excited and humbled that you have chosen to worship with us today. If you are looking for a church home, and a place to grow spiritually, please consider our church to be your CHURCH HOME.
BNE MEN’S FELLOWSHIP
APRIL *ZOOM* MEETING
The Men's Fellowship will host their monthly meeting on Saturday, April 24th
Rev. Chavis Smith, Speaker
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 924 6752 1732
BNE 2021 VIRTUAL VBS
Needs Your Help
Monday, June 21st
Packet Pick Up (Outside of the church)
Tuesday- Thursday, June 22nd -24th
Online classes via Zoom
Preschool: Ages 2-3/ 6-7pm
Primary: Ages 4-8/ 6-7pm
Juniors: Ages 9-12/ 7-8pm
Teens: Ages 13-18/ 7-8pm
Adults: Ages 18+/ 7:30-8:30pm
Friday, June 25th
Family Fun Night
We are in need of persons to help and serve in the areas below:
Virtual Assists Team: Assist with teachers and assistant to make sure understand how to use online tools i.e. Zoom
Teacher: Will give classroom instruction using Zoom
Classroom Assistants: Will help monitor online classroom i.e. muting someone with loud background noises, answering questions during class
Registration Team: Will help keep updated list for registered person, pass out packets
Family Fun Night: Help with set up; food distribution
If you are interested, please register here: 2021 VBS Volunteer Registration
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 987 1636 2444
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Meeting ID: 987 1636 2444
Lexington Medical Center NORTHEAST
3016 Longtown Commons Drive
Columbia, SC 29229
BNE Virtual Children's Worship
Every 2nd and 4th Sundays, (12-12:30pm)
Children ages 5-11 are welcome to join in via Zoom, using the following information:
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 243 319 1373
The Reverend Chris Leevy Johnson is the husband of Cynthia Richardson Johnson, the father of Leah Denise and Ian Samuel and the son of Attorney I. S. Leevy and Doris Wright Johnson. Born in Columbia, South Carolina, he is a 1996 Honor graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While attending the University of North Carolina, he served as a Manager for the Men’s Basketball Team and during his senior year, he was the Head Manager for legendary Coach Dean Smith. He was also initiated into Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
After graduating from the University of North Carolina, Reverend Leevy Johnson attended Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science, graduating with an Associate’s Degree in Mortuary Science. He has a Masters Degree and an earned Ph.D. in American History with a concentration in African-American Religion from the University of South Carolina. He served as an Adjunct Professor of African-American History and is currently the Chaplain for the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams at the University of South Carolina. A fourth generation funeral director, he is a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer and is the Managing Director of the Leevy’s Funeral Home.
Reverend Leevy Johnson was ordained by the Brookland Baptist Church where Reverend Charles B. Jackson, Sr. is the Senior Pastor and currently serves as the Campus Pastor of Brookland Baptist Church, Northeast; a thriving ministry in the Northeast community of Columbia, South Carolina.
He has served on various boards and commissions including: Board of Directors for the Brookland Foundation; Board of Directors for the Columbia Community Development Foundation, Board of Directors of the Township Auditorium and Board of Directors for the Central Carolina Community Foundation His faith is sustained by the promise in Romans 8:28 “that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”