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Youth Choir Festival will take place March 6-7 in Winston-Salem. Children's Choir Festival will take place March 14 in Lumberton.
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The CBFNC Wealth and Poverty Committee has established an annual recognition program to highlight churches, ministries, clergy, laypersons, and missionaries connected to CBFNC who embody Christ through their work in issues of wealth and poverty.

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We have just published our September/October 2014 newsletter. You'll find it packed with articles related to empowering laity for ministry!

Volunteers Are Needed for Disaster Relief Efforts in Eastern NC

From Baptist Men and Women on Mission-
We need chainsaw and other clean-up volunteers in Elizabeth City and Washington, NC (and surrounding areas) following the April Tornadoes/Severe Weather. There is lots of damage! We are set up in Elizabeth City and Washington, NC. Both trained and untrained volunteers are needed. We can provide lodging and meals at the churches and we have on-site disaster relief coordinators at both locations.

Steven Porter named CBF Global Missions Coordinator

A strategic and innovative former field personnel and former director of one the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s flagship urban ministries was named CBF’s new Coordinator of Global Missions at a press conference today.

Steven Porter, who served as the executive director of Touching Miami with Love from 2001 to 2005, will lead CBF’s 125 field personnel in the United States and around the world, as well as the organization’s Decatur, Ga., -based Global Missions staff. Touching Miami with Love was founded in 1995 and aims to share the love of Christ by providing hope, opportunities and resources with the city’s Overtown community.

CBF’s Paynter, religious leaders meet with Obama to press for common sense immigration reform

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter was among a small group of faith leaders who met in the Oval Office Tuesday to speak with President Barack Obama about the efforts of the religious community to support immigration reform and ask that he keep the issue front and center. The faith leaders shared with the president stories about the impact the failure to fix the immigration system has on families in their congregations and communities.

What to Expect at the Impacting Tomorrow event


Listen to an audio recording about what to expect at the 2014 Impacting Tomorrow event. Featuring Eddie Hammett, Beth Thompson, Jayne Davis and Ka'thy Gore Chappell.

May 16-17, 2014, at Oakmont Baptist Church in Greenville, NC



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What is the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina?

Each of the words in our name - Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina - is important to our identity. But perhaps Fellowship holds the greatest insight into who we are as an organization.

We are a fellowship of churches and individuals who voluntarily cooperate to do together what we could never accomplish alone, for the Kingdom of God. We bring together people of shared interests, activities, beliefs and experience. We provide companionship along our shared journey to be the presence of Christ in the world. We serve each other as equals. We share a commitment to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, sensitivity to the Holy Spirit in our midst, and a reverence for God's Word. Our oneness is expressed through a devotion to historic Baptist principles of faith and practice.

This devotion calls us to join together in responding to Jesus' call to go into all the world to share God's love (Matthew 28:19-20). We are bringing Baptists of North Carolina together for Christ-centered ministry!

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