Seven groups are considered Helps & Fellowship Ministries:

Health Outreach Ministry for Education & Services (H.O.M.E.S.) gathers and disseminates information about health issues and provides health screenings for the congregation and the community.

The Reverend Orlando Covington’s Men’s Fellowship Ministry is a fellowship ministry for the men of the church.  They fellowship, study the Word of God, socialize and sponsor the church’s Annual Community Toy Drive.  The ministry also supports the work of the Annual Men’s Day Committee.

Sistah to Sistah Women’s Ministry is a fellowship ministry that is open to all the women of the church.  They study, fellowship and socialize together.  The Women’s Ministry also supports the Annual Women’s Retreat, as well as the work of the Annual Women’s Day Committee.

The Letricia Privette Scholarship Committee of Union Baptist Church awards scholarships to members of our church who are in enrolled in institutions of higher learning.  

The Union Baptist Church Soup Kitchen provides hot meals to the community each Wednesday.

Young @Heart Senior’s Ministry is a fellowship ministry that is open to members of the church who are sixty-two years of age and older.  They fellowship, travel and study together.

Community Action Committee is a helps ministry; it sponsors voter registration drives.  The committee led the effort that resulted in the co-naming of 145th St., between Adam Clayton Powell and Fredrick Douglass Boulevards, as Reverend Dr. Ollie B. Wells Square.   

Music/ Dance/Drama

Music - Union Baptist Church has four choirs: Isaac Archer Male Chorus, Union Baptist Church Choir (male & female), the Union Baptist Church Young Adult Choir (20’s & 30’s, male & female) and the Youth and Children’s Choir (ages 5-18)

Dance - The Union Baptist Liturgical Dance Ministry (women and girls) perform in worship services as scheduled.

Drama – The Drama Ministry performs dramatic presentations during various seasons and special days on the church calendar (i.e., Lent, Advent, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day).