Suburban Baptist Church
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Giving Hope to the Hopeless

About Us

Just a little information about who we are ...  
Suburban was constituted as a church on March 13, 1960. Three buildings were built at the present location (10501 Chef Menteur Hwy.) during the 1960's due to rapid growth of the congregation. The growth continued into the 70's when the NASA Apollo Space Program was discontinued and the church community began to change. Economic, social, cultural, and racial changes presented the church with new challenges. Suburban became one of the first churches in New Orleans to develop a bi-racial and multi-ethnic ministry.  Our church is made up of many different people from many different backgrounds. At Suburban we seek under the Lordship of Christ to break down barriers that society has allowed to separate us. Since Hurricane Katrina we have merged with Hopeview Baptist Church and together we continue to rebuild and extend our ministry as a true multi-ethnic congregation. We exist to worship the Living God as a unified body of believers and to impact the lives of the people of New Orleans and the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ. 
Suburban Baptist Church is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention, Louisiana Baptist Convention (LBC) and the New Orleans Baptist Association (NOBA).
For an overview of our beliefs please see the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 which we affirm.