3505 East 38th Street

Indianapolis, IN  46218

Church:  317-547-1405    Pastor's Study:  317-547-1404

contact@NazareneMBCindy.org


"O come let us sing unto the Lord:  Let us make a joyful noise unto the rock of our salvation."  Psalms 95:5

Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church

​Rev. Bobby Board

​Rev. Bobby P. Bobby, the oldest of 9 children, was born February 15, 1954 in Louisville Kentucky to Robert and Mae Board. In 1966, at age 12, Rev. Board was baptized by Pastor Bishop Butler at the House of Truth Church.  Also at the age of 12 God reveal to Rev. Board that he would go into ministry.  Rev. Board graduated from Louisville Central High School in 1973, then attended Watterson College for Computer Programming from 1973 to 1974.   In 1976 he moved to Indianapolis in 1976, and on December 31 1977 married Linda C White.

Rev. Board worked 32 years as Food Service Manager at Wishard Hospital, retiring in 2009, and IUPUI Community Learning Network Continuing Studies Planning and Managing.

In 1985 Rev. Board answered his calling into ministry while attending Robinson Community AME, and received his local license that same year.  Rev Board left Robinson in 1986 and join Union Missionary Baptist Church in 1986 where he was ordinated in 1987 and served as Treasurer from 1994 to 1996, In 1996 Rev. Board was appointed Intern Pastor of Union Missionary Baptist and served until 1998.

In 1999 Rev. Board joined Fountain of Truth Christian Church and served in the following positions:   Youth Pastor 2001-2002, Co-Pastor 2001, Pastor of the Deacon 2002–2003, Overseer of the Bus Ministry 2002-2003, Men Ministry Pastor 2002–2015, Founder of "We Are One" Couples Ministry in 2004, Couples Ministry Pastor 2004-2008, Chairman of the Trustee Board 2004-2006, Elder over the Men Ministry for the Joshua District 2009–2014, and Sunday School Teacher for the Men Class 2002–2015. 

Among his many accomplishments, Rev. Board has also served as Indiana State Director over Ministerial Alliance and College Ordinate of Elder for the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International since 2013.   

In 2016 Rev. Board, his wife, Sis. Linda Board, and his mother, Mrs. Mae Frances Board join Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church.  Rev. and Sister Board have been married for 38 years. They are the parents of 4 children, two sons and two daughters, and the grandparents to 12 grandchildren.

Rev. Bobby P. Board currently serves Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church as Associate Minister.


OUR ASSOCIATE MINISTERS

Rev. Ernest Valentine was born and raised in Indianapolis, In., where he attended and graduated from Thomas Carr Howe High School. He is the oldest of three children; his parents are Linda Sue Boyd and Pastor Ernest L. Turner.

Upon graduation from high school, Rev. Valentine entered the food service industry where he worked for 14. Soon after, he married Miss Patricia Ann Hill, his bride of 20 years. Into this union, God has blessed them with 5 children and 5 grandchildren.

Rev. Valentine was raised, by his parents, in the Baptist church.  He attended Mt. Horeb Missionary Baptist Church under the late Pastor M.L. Williams, Sr.  It was there, during the summer of 1999, that the Lord called Rev. Valentine into ministry.  Years later he left Mt. Horeb to become assistant Pastor of Morning Dove Church under his father, Pastor Ernest L. Turner.   Rev. Valentine served at Morning Dove for three years, but the Lord had something else in mind for him.

Rev. Valentine parted with Morning Dove Church to follow the path God had laid out for him.  After visiting many churches, one day God directed Rev. Valentine to visit Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church.  According to Rev. Valentine, “God said, ‘This is it!’.  So, three week later I joined and became a member of the greatest church family this here side of Naptown.  Praise is what we do!”

Rev. Ernest Valentine serves Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church as an Associate Minister.

Rev. Ernest Valentine

Rev. Johnny B. Tate, Jr. was born on July 1, 1962 in Covington Tennessee and raised in Richmond Indiana.

In the summer of 1976 Rev. Tate was baptized by Pastor Ernest E. Randle at the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church and that same year, at the age of 14, Rev. Tate was called to preach and gave his trial sermon titled “Fishers of men” from Matt. 4:19.

Rev. Tate graduated from Richmond Senior High School in 1980 and joined the United States Army in June of that same year. There he served 13 years and 7 months. During his tour in the military Rev. Tate was ordained on Jan 26th 1991 by the East Alabama Progressive Association of Missions Abroad.

While overseas he served as founding pastor of the Mt Zion Missionary Baptist Church under the East Alabama Progressive Association of Missions Abroad. The church met the challenge of providing the ongoing spiritual growth of American soldiers and their families in the German community.

Upon exiting military service in Jan 1993 Rev. Tate served as the interim pastor of the Powderly Missionary Baptist Church, Powderly Texas. In 1998 he returned to Indiana and joined the Salt of the Earth Missionary Baptist Church and served as the Youth Minister, Brotherhood President and Male Chorus Director.

In the fall of 2012 under the direction of the Holy Spirit, Rev. Tate united with Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church under Christian experience, along with his wife Paulette Tate, mother-in-law Debra Sims and daughters Dyneen and Deniece Tate.

Rev. Johnny B. Tate, Jr.

​​Born in Nashville Tennessee, Rev Clarence McKissack attended elementary school in Nashville, but later moved to Louisville Ky, where he attended high school at the Lincoln Institute. 

Following graduation, Rev. McKissack later joined the United States Marine Corp where he served 4 years.  

In 1968 at the age of 29, Rev. McKissack accepted Christ and was baptised at the Hartsville Primitive Baptist Church in Cleveland OH.  Rev. McKissack received his calling to the ministry in 1976, attending theology school at College of the Scriptures in Louisville Ky.

Rev. McKissack later served as Pastor of the Beech Grove Primitive Baptist Church in Franklin Tennessee from 1978 to 1983, during which time he served as Sunday School President of the Lynn Creek Primitive Baptist Association Union for 11 years.  While pastoring at Beech Grove Primitive Baptist Church, Rev. McKissack also served as Pastor of the Mount Lebanon Progressive Baptist Church here in Indianapolis, commuting between both churches.  Rev. McKissack continued to Pastor at Mount Lebanon until 1993.

In 1995 Rev. McKissack joined Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church where he now serves as an Associate Minister.


 


 

Rev. Clarence McKissack

Rev. Maurice Frazier

Rev. Maurice Frazier, Sr. I was born and raised in Gary, Indiana, and graduated from West Side High School in 1985. He also has a twin brother, Pastor Mark Frazier.


Rev. Frazier accepted Christ and was baptized at New Starlight Baptist Church at the age of 7 years old, serving under his father and mentor, the late Rev. Willie Lee Frazier.  Rev. Frazier later joined New Hope in Hammond, In.

After relocating to Indianapolis in 1997 Rev. Frazier joined Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church where he accepted his call to the ministry in November 2007.  He was ordained by Pastor Williamson and has been growing spiritually under his leadership, which he confesses has taught him so much over the years.

The first sermon Rev. Frazier preached was titled, “The Number Three Is Important To Me”.  Rev. Frazier states whole heartedly, "I am a servant and my aim is to please God. God has blessed me with multiple gifts".  He currently serves Nazarene MBC as an Associate Minister, Sunday School Superintendent, Choir Director of (Mass Choir, Male Chorus, & Youth Choir) and the President of the Pastor’s Aide Society. He  also served previously as the chairman of the Deacon board for three years. Rev. Frazier's favorite scripture is Proverbs 3:6, which reads, "In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your path.”

Rev. Frazier is married to Rochelle Lynn Frazier;  they will be celebrating their 25th anniversary on June 17, 2014. They have four children, two girls and two boys. 


"I love my wife, children, and church family. With God leading me, I know all things are possible through Him." - Rev. Maurice Frazier