Daily Bible Verse
Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
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 Welcome to our website! Thank you for visiting us.  The African United Baptist Association(AUBA) was established in 1854 under the visionary leadership of Rev. Richard Preston. The AUBA was formed to connect Black Baptist churches throughout Nova Scotia. Continuing its tradition, an annual association gathering of informative workshops, lively music and inspired preaching is still held the third week of August. Join us!

AUBA 169th Annual Sessions Registration Form

Suggested Accommodations for Annual Sessions

Lent Project – Reflections on Anti-Racism from CBAC Leaders – Feature Video

New videos will be posted during Lent, every Wednesday and Friday and then everyday during Holy Week.

2021 Moderator’s Address

2021 Annual Session

NOTICE

During COVID-19 Restrictions:

The AUBA Office, Located on the 1st Floor of the Black Cultural Centre

10 Chery Brook Road, Dartmouth, NS is – 

OPEN: From 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

CONTACT NUMBER: 902-434-8837
We are open to the public, preferably by appointment only.

Be Blessed, Be Safe and Spiritually Uplifted.

 

AUBA Annual Session 2020

SPECIAL NEWS:

New president of Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada breaking barriers : Reverend Dr. Rhonda Britton is the first Black woman to serve as the organization’s president.

Click here to read the full CBC Story.