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!



Due to the current pandemic, the AUBA office will be adhering to the
Provincial mandate of social distancing.

As the Black Culture Centre is closed until further notice due to the
COVID-19, please  be advised that the African United Baptist
Association, located on the 2nd Floor of the Black Culture Centre (a
tenant of the BCC) will also be closed until further notice.

Please feel free to communicate with the AUBA via email at:

The AUBA Office Assistant will be working from home and checking emails
frequently on a daily basis.

Blessings and Prayers to everyone for your safety.

New Horizons Baptist Church 188th Anniversary and Deacon Commissioning Service

Please join us for the Deacon Commissioning Service for Deacon-Elect Garry Bernard and Deacon-Elect Daisy Williams.

The Commissioning Service and  New Horizons 188th  Anniversary Service will be held on Sunday April 26, 2020,  at 3pm at Faith City (formerly Faith Tabernacle) 6225 Summit Street, Halifax.

Refreshments following the service.  All are welcome to join us in this celebration.

LEGACY COFFEE SERIES NOW AVAILABLE AT SOBEYS. Support this African Nova Scotian initiative and the efforts made by VANSDA to develop and assist funding Post Secondary scholarships for our youth.