Get to know more about Tremont Temple 

Tremont Temple Baptist Church is a historic African American Church in Macon, Georgia and has been on the cutting edge of social and civic issues since her inception in 1897.  During the Civil Rights Movement of the late 1950's and mid 1960's, the Church served as a representative voice for civil liberty, through which we have sought Christ-like ways to bring knowledge of truth, righteousness, goodness and beauty to oppressed persons seeking a more productive life.  

Through the years, the Church has hosted some of the pulpit giants to include; Dr. Vernon Johns, Dr. Benjamin E. Mays,  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Reverend Jessie Jackson.  For more than 110 years, the Church worshipped in downtown Macon.

On January 21, 2007, the Church began hosting its worship services in The Power Center on the campus of the Tremont Temple Baptist Church, located at 5263 Bloomfield Road in Macon, Georgia. We are Tremont, a  church family that welcomes all who enter the doors of The Power Center, a multi-purpose edifice designed to serve the whole community through outreach ministry.


Empower and Lead Generations To  Christ   

Through  The  Word  of  God


To Love, Lead, and Teach All  Generations

Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another just as God through Christ has forgiven you.   Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.  
               - 1 Corinthians 13:7
We must have compassion for people needing help. Bringing others to Christ shows a willingness to pay the cost, as it is a sacrifice of time, effort, and sometimes money.  It is wonderful in God's sight when His name is promoted and glorified. 
Now the overseer is to be . . . able to teach."  -  1 Timothy 3:2.   Teaching others refers to the God-given ability to explain God’s Word; the teacher has the ability to clearly instruct and communicate knowledge, specifically the doctrines of the faith and truths of the Bible.