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Call to Prayer for Pittsburgh
and Action for our Nation
The CBFNC community offers our prayers for the families, friends and community afffected by the recent shooting in Pittsburgh. We Baptists of Good News and goodwill stand in solidarity with people of all faiths and no faith who oppose extremism that leads to violence. That is not the way of the Christ we serve. We share the words of CBF Executive Coordinator, Suzii Paynter, to offer comfort and challenge to our fellowship. Read more .
from your friends at Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina!
We are continuing to work with individuals, congregations and organizations across the state in helping with the recovery from Florence. Please continue to check our site for updates and for ways that you can be involved with your time, prayer and giving.
November 4
Join us for an afternoon
of interactive learning and discussion!

Reading the Bible in a Divided Age
The Memorial Baptist Church | Greenville, NC
November 5
Join us as Mary Foskett leads us
in this important workshop!

We live in a challenging time in which biblical literacy is on the decline and mis-information about the Bible is on the rise. Yet the Bible is as relevant as ever and speaks powerfully to our time. This workshop will provide perspectives and tools to help pastors, ministers, and lay leaders engage the Bible more faithfully and effectively in today's complex and often divided contexts. 
Mary Foskett is the Kahle Professor of Religious Studies and Albritton Fellow at Wake Forest University, where she teaches courses on the the New Testament and related topics. She is also an active member and leader at First Baptist Church of Winston-Salem. Register now!
November 13
Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church

December 4
First Baptist Church
November 17
Conetoe Family Life Training Center
& Providence Baptist Church

There are so many ways
for everyone in your church family—of all ages—to enrich
their relationship with God. Find a place for you below!

501 Foundations for Christian Coaching
Day 1: November 2, 2018
Day 2: November 3, 2018

RE (Reimagining Evangelism)
Hominy Baptist Church, Candler

Northeast Regional Workshop
Reading the Bible in a Divided Age
November 5, 2018
The Memorial Baptist Church, Greenville

Growing Young Regional Workshop
November 10, 2018
First, Black Mountain

Dinner Church Encounter
November 13, 2018
Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church

Children's Mission Days
November 17, 2018
Conetoe Family Life Training Center, Tarboro
Providence, Charlotte

CBFNC Webinar:
Pivot - A New Model for Missions
November 20, 2018, 11:00 a.m. to noon

Dinner Church Encounter
December 4, 2018
First, Asheville

CBFNC Webinar: Ministry with Young Adults
December 4, 2018, 11:00 a.m. to noon

Where is Church Going From Here?
January 12, 2019
Oakmont Baptist Church

CBFNC Webinar: Ministering to the Military and the Veteran Population
January 15, 2019, 11:00 a.m. to noon

Youth Ski Retreat
January 25-27, 2019
Winterplace, WV

NC Growing Young Cohort
Summit 1: January 31-February 1, 2019
Summit 2: September 5-6, 2019
Trinity, Raleigh

S.T.E.P. into Transition Ministry
February 4-7, 2019
Wake Forest Baptist Church

Young Adult Mid-Winter Retreat
Feburary 15-17, 2019
Camp Thunderbird, Lake Wylie, South Carolina
Children's Choir Festival
February 23, 2019
Myers Park UMC, Charlotte 

Youth Choir Festival
March 8-10, 2019
Providence Baptist Church, Charlotte 

2019 CBFNC Annual Gathering
March 28-29, 2019
First, Greensboro

Partners and Friends of CBFNC

Unidiversity seeks a proclaimer for the week of July 22-27, 2019 at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville who has a passion for engaging youth in deep and challenging ways and will partner with us in exploring and presenting our 2019 Theme: FATHOMS.

Download Description and Application. Deadline to apply is November 1, 2018. Applications should be submitted to: Christine Powell Kellett and JD Granade, Team Leaders of the Proclaimer Search Team. Email:
NEW DATE: February 4-7, 2019*
Wake Forest Baptist Church
*Please note the date change
from Oct. 29–Nov. 1.

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