Members Embracing Members

Unified in One Body in Christ...

Pastor Richard B. L. Fowler

Members Embracing Members,
Unified in One Body in Christ!

Our Lord, and Savior,  Jesus The Christ

Let us worship Him in Spirit and in Truth....

Worship with Ninth Street

Morning Worship as Pastor Fowler preaches the Word of God to the church body....

The Word

Hide the Word in my heart, that I might not sin...

Our Church

Ninth Street Baptist nestled in Covington's Eastside neighborhood....

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Missionary Baptist Church            231 E. Ninth Street - Covington, Kentucky  41011                
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Worship

Morning Worship with Pastor Richard Fowler preaching the Word of God to generous size of congregation.  Pastor Fowler brings the message with power and conviction.

Disciple's Prayer

1 And it came to pass , that, as he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased , one of his disciples said unto him, Lord, teach us to pray , as John also taught his disciples. Luke 11:1 KJV

The Bible

Do you believe the Bible?  Today, God's Word ia available in various translations and formats.  It does not matter how you read the word... Just continue to read God's Word!

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What's New

WAIF 88.3 FM

Audio ministry expansion to
the airwaves.  Beginning the first Friday in March, we will be airing half hour segments of our Worship in the Word in two radio locations.  Currently we air on Wednesdays at 10:30 AM on the Gospel Extravaganza, hosted by Deacon Fulton Jefferson on WAIF FM radio, 88.3 on your dial (or digital site).

WCVG 1320 AM

Beginning March 2, 2017, we will be on air on Friday mornings at 11:00 AM on WCVG AM radio, 1320 on your dial (or digital site).

Current Events

TEAMKID

Youth Ministry/Team Kids Kids in Discipleship... Youth ages 5 to 12 are welcome to be a part of this fun filled experience.  Beginning after summer of 2017 at 7:00 PM at
Ninth Street Missionary Baptist Church 231 East Ninth Street Covington, KY. 41011 - Call (859)431-1388 for further details.

Recent Events

Condolences from N.S.B.C.

Condolences from Pastor Fowler and members of Ninth Street Baptist Church, we wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the Wilson and Hinkston families.  We are asking God to offer you His peace which surpasses all understanding. 

Our Pastor

Richard Fowler

A native of Covington’s Eastside. His father, the Reverend Howard E. Fowler, Sr. and mother, Naomi Lynem Fowler came from the Paris area in the late 1930’s, settling in Covington in 1942. Rev. Fowler shepherd the Robbins Street Christian Church. Richard greeted the world in 1945 and was educated in the Covington school system being graduated in 1963 from the William Grant High School.
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He continued his education at the University of Cincinnati acquiring a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Science and with the Cincinnati Bible Seminary where he earned a Masters in Ministry Degree.

Richard acknowledged faith in Christ at eleven years old with the Western Avenue Christian Church, Los Angeles, California. While living in Covington, he exhibited his faith by being a part of the community choir and being a member of a number of churches in the city of Covington.

But the Lord moved on his heart in January, 1969 to become a member of the Ninth Street Baptist Church by baptism. He served there in a number of capacities; Sunday School Teacher, Deacon, Treasurer. In 1974, Richard was licensed to preach the gospel. Since that time, he was associate minister with the church until 1979 when he was ordained.

On the resignation of Rev. Henry Poyntz, the church immediately asked Rev. Fowler to be interim pastor. Within a few months the church was moved to have Rev. Fowler as pastor in 1983, where he still serves.

Rev. Fowler was in the military during the era of the Vietnam War. As a service member in the Navy and Army, he served while assigned within the Continental United States and abroad with units deployed in Europe.Richard and Loroma Fowler
After military duty he worked at several companies before employment with the Procter and Gamble Company where he served 28 years, culminating positions of various levels in management.

Rev. Fowler and his wife Loroma celebrated forty eight years of marriage in the spring of 2014. They are the proud parents of a son, Richard, Jr. and a daughter, Nakia.

Rev. Fowler also serves the community through membership of numerous boards and committees. OASIS, Inc was formed as an outreach ministry of the church being a 501(c)3 non-profit agency. Now in its eleventh year, the agency moved into a separate facility in July, 2006. A building that had been a bar is now the office of a community service agency operated by the church.

Other agencies served are as follows:

Northern Kentucky Children’s Home (Secretary for Two Years)
1984 to 1990

Northern Kentucky Community Center (President for Two Years)
1984 to 1989

Covington Partners in Prevention
1999 to 2005

Frank Duveneck Arts and Cultural Center Board (Vice President Two Years)
2000 to 2005

Family Services (Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Board)
2000 to 2005

Kentucky African-American Heritage Commission
Commissioned 2000

Consolidated District of Kentucky Baptists Ministers and Messengers - Moderator
2001 to 2006

Consolidated District of Kentucky Baptists – Convention Dean of Studies
2007

Greater Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky African-American Chamber of Commerce Board
2001 to 2003

Gateway Community and Technical College Board
Commissioned 2001 Re-commissioned - 2008

FEMA Funding Review Board
1999 to 2008

Northern Kentucky Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Council
2001 to 2004

Greater Cincinnati Foundation – Black Church and Philanthropy Planning Committee
2001

Covington School Board - Task Force of Review of Gifted and Talented Programs
2000

United Way of Northern Kentucky Action Council
2001 to 2008

United Way of Northern Kentucky – East Side Advisory Committee on Funding
2001 to 2003

Member of American Association of Christian Counselors
1999 to present

National Red Cross Board in Cincinnati
2003 to 2006

Northern Kentucky Re-Entry Program Committee
2006 to 2008

START Program (Addiction Prevention for Incarcerated Mothers)
2006 – 2008

Vision 2015 President Search Committee
2009

Covington Initiative Addressing the Homeless Population
2009

Greater Cincinnati Foundation: Grant Review Committee
2004 to Present

Offering Assistance Subsistence, Information and Support, Incorporated
Founder and organizer of OASIS Inc. – 2000; A 501(c)3 non-profit agency for education, community advocacy and substance abuse recovery
2000 to Present

 

 

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