stoneshms.jpg - 54764 Bytes
Our Priority,
Our Philosophy,
Our Position,
Our Programs,
Our Physical LocationOutside Links-
Baptist Bastion,
Books and Bibles Online,
HomeSchool Sailor,
Fundamentally Basic,
Religions & Cults,
More Christian ResourcesSupported Missions,
Other Missions,
World Church DirectoryRecent Additions to Our Site
Home PageSermons in Type,
Sermons on Tape,
Doctrinal WritingsOur Pastor,
Our PeopleAsk the Pastor,
Pastors Pen Online,
Daily Devotions
galley.gif - 2962 Bytes
Ask Pastor


Topical Listing
clear.gif - 808 BytesBaptist Why's
clear.gif - 808 BytesBible Versions
clear.gif - 808 BytesCharismatics
clear.gif - 808 BytesChristian Living
clear.gif - 808 BytesChurch
clear.gif - 808 BytesEtymology
clear.gif - 808 BytesFamily
clear.gif - 808 BytesGeneral Bible
clear.gif - 808 BytesIsrael
clear.gif - 808 BytesReligions/Cults
clear.gif - 808 BytesSalvation/Growth
clear.gif - 808 BytesSin
clear.gif - 808 BytesHoly Spirit/Trinity
clear.gif - 808 BytesThe Pastor
clear.gif - 808 BytesWomen
Pastor's Pen

Quick Links
clear.gif - 808 Bytes
clear.gif - 808 BytesOur Priorities
clear.gif - 808 BytesOur Constitution
clear.gif - 808 BytesOur Pastor
clear.gif - 808 BytesOur Programs
clear.gif - 808 BytesOur Location
clear.gif - 808 BytesOur Missionaries

clear.gif - 808 Bytes
clear.gif - 808 BytesGoogle Search
clear.gif - 808 BytesAsk the Pastor
clear.gif - 808 BytesDoctrinal Writings
clear.gif - 808 BytesFresh Supplies


Thank you for visiting. Please send spiritual comments to Pastor's Pen


Please e-mail all other comments to WindJammer


Ambassador Baptist Church
1926 Babcock Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15209
clear.gif - 808 Bytes
clear.gif - 808 Bytes clear.gif - 808 Bytes
atp2.gif - 2137 Bytes
clear.gif - 808 Bytes

clear.gif - 808 Bytes Question:

clear.gif - 808 Bytes I would like to know the qualifications of your Sunday School teachers.
clear.gif - 808 Bytes


Thanks for writing. The following is our church Worker's Policy. I hope you find it helpful.

Worker's Policy

Realizing the fact that, as servants of the Lord, and teachers and preachers of the Word of God, we have an awesome responsibility of shaping lives for eternity, the pastor and deacons have adopted the following guidelines as Leadership Standards to assist those who participate in our various ministries.

It is in the interest of avoiding confusion and establishing the best possible testimony to Gods glory that these matters are presented. We realize that individuals equally devoted to the Lord have differences of opinions regarding these guidelines. We also acknowledge that true spiritual character can never be measured solely through outward adorning or inches of apparel. But we do believe that these will best serve the witness as a whole. This is in no way designed to impose legalism upon our people, but rather to exhort each of us to be an example of the believer. We strongly believe that those in leadership should set the example for the rest to follow (I Tim. 4:12, I Cor. 10:31; 14:40, Eph. 1:12, Matt. 5:13-16).

We believe that people in leadership include the pastoral staff and their families, the deacons and their families, church office personnel, the Sunday School staff, Kings Kids staff, Childrens Church workers, bus drivers and helpers, youth workers, choir members, singers and instrumentalists, ushers, and any others who work in our services.

Ten Commandments for Leaders

I. Leaders must have received Christ as personal Lord and Savior (John 1:12).

II. Leaders must have been immersed as a believer in Christ, and be an active member of Ambassador Baptist Church (Acts 2:41). Exceptions may be made for children participating in the music ministry.

III. Leaders must be in agreement with the doctrinal statement and covenant of Ambassador Baptist Church.

IV. Leaders should understand that those in leadership have a responsibility to be an example rather than a stumbling block to those that are weak (Rom 14:13, I Cor. 8:9).


A. They should abstain from the use of alcoholic beverages and tobacco in any form (Prov. 20:1, I Cor. 6:19-20).

B. They should not hold membership in any lodge or secret society (II Cor. 6:14, James 5:12).

C. They should have victory over cursing (Ex. 20:7).

D. They should refrain from attendance at dances and movies, should abstain from all forms of gambling, and should resist any and all other worldly amusements and associations (I John 2:15) that are not consistent with a Christian testimony (James 4:4). Questionable activities should be tested by I Thessalonians 5:22 and I Corinthians 10:31.

E. They should seek to live so others may see Christ in them (John 12:21, Acts 4:13).

V. Leaders should be modest and appropriate in their dress in the house of God, and maintain a standard of appearance which becomes Christian men and women.
A. Men should consider hair length as an important part of their testimony (I Cor. 11:14). Hair, mustaches and beards should be kept neat.

B. Men should dress as well as they can. Ushers, teachers, and musicians should wear ties while fulfilling their responsibilities. Remember, you are Gods ambassador (II Cor. 5:20).

C. Ladies should be modest and feminine (I Tim 2:9, Deut. 22:5). Hemlines should be no higher than the top of the knee (Isaiah 47:2-3). Outfits which allow excessive exposure of the body, or which are designed to appeal to sensual desire should not be worn.

VI. Leaders must realize the importance of faithfulness in attendance, and consistently attend all Sunday services of the church, prayer meetings, business meetings of the church, and other meetings or practices which demand their attendance, unless providentially hindered (Heb. 10:25, Acts 2:42, I Cor. 4:2).

VII. Leaders are expected to tithe (Mal. 3:8, I Cor. 15:2).

VIII. Leaders are expected to be loyal to Gods Word, the pastor, the church, and their fellow church members. Leaders should never gossip (I Tim. 5:19, I John 4:7, James 3:2, I Cor. 1:10).

IX. Leaders should take time each week for some form of visitation (Matt. 28:19, Mark 16:15). While being present at the scheduled church visitation program is not mandatory, it is encouraged for those who are able to come. Sunday School teachers are expected to visit their students regularly.

X. Leaders should have a personal devotional life, and always be prepared to serve in their ministry (Psalm 119:130; 55:16-17).

It is my privilege to have you working with us here at Ambassador Baptist Church. My prayer is that we can work together to bring revival to the believers, and salvation to the lost of the Pittsburgh area. Thank you for your dedication, and please contact me if I can be of any help in your area of service.

Pastor Mark Montgomery
clear.gif - 808 Bytes

Dr Mark Montgomery
Ambassador Baptist Church
1926 Babcock Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15209

Return to Top

Return to The Galley
His Majesty's Service
Home of Ambassador Baptist Church
1926 Babcock Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15209
clear.gif - 808 Bytes