Disaster Relief in Western NC

Long-term rebuilding has begun in the Haywood County area of western North Carolina. CBFNC is working with disaster response partners and has identified opportunities for volunteers to help with relief efforts. For information about disaster relief volunteer opportunities in that area, please click here.

Upcoming Events

01janAll Day31decCBF Regional Growing Young: A Digital Cohort

20jan10:00 amAdvocacy Webinar Series: Hunger Advocacy

08febAll Day11Oasis 2022 Retreat | Pause: What Are You Doing Here?

12feb9:30 am12:00 pmPostponedMinistry Design: A Conference for Churches

17feb10:00 amDisaster Relief Online Workshop

19feb10:00 am3:00 pmRecalculating the Path!

24feb10:00 amMental Health for Teenagers

17marAll Day18CBFNC Annual Gathering 2022

Video Spotlight: CBFNC Impact Stories


Our directory of churches consists of churches who contribute financially to CBFNC or CBF. This list may not include churches who partner with CBFNC or CBF in other, non-financial ways.

Helping Pastors Thrive

The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina’s Helping Pastors Thrive Program is to provide pastors ongoing opportunities and environments for relational learning, spiritual  formation, and professional development in the practices of Christian ministry across the vocational life span. Through a program of intentional mentoring and peer-based learning,

Helping Pastors Thrive will meet CBFNC pastors’ needs for professional development and vocational and spiritual well-being as they serve their congregations. Pastors who thrive will inevitably contribute to congregational health and the vitality of their congregation’s ministries in the communities they seek to serve.

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