Friday Feature: Western NC Disaster Response

When Tropical Storm Fred dumped massive amounts of rain on western North Carolina in August 2021, CBFNC leaders got in touch with church leaders in the region to offer support, facilitate communication and initiate ministry planning. Haywood County, as well as other surrounding counties, is experiencing devastating flooding. Approximately 500 families have been displaced from…

Celebrating Eddie Hammett

Reflections, Challenges & Tips for the Future With Eddie Hammett Thursday, June 24 | 4:00 p.m. (ET) Eddie Hammett, CBFNC’s church and clergy coach since 2009, will be retiring from his role at CBFNC at the end of June. During Eddie’s tenure, he established a coach training program, offered workshops and webinars on the changing…

CBFNC Introduces Refreshed Logo

As you may have noticed, CBFNC has a new look! This refreshed logo was unveiled during the 2021 Virtual Annual Gathering in March and we are currently updating all of our communications platforms to include this new look. The logo refresh was one of the projects undertaken last year by our new Director of Communications,…

Important Business Updates for Churches

CBFNC’s Legal Resource Partner, Jason Cogdill, has provided the following bulletin that includes a summary update on two important business issues potentially applicable to your church.   PPP Second Draw Loan Deadline is May 31 For churches and organizations participating in the Second Draw process of the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), the deadline for loan…

CBF North Carolina Announces New Legal Resources

CBF North Carolina (CBFNC) is excited to announce that we are now offering legal resources to our partner churches, ministers and lay leaders.  Jason Cogdill, attorney and CBFNC treasurer, is our new legal resource partner who will provide one-on-one consultation and advising. He will also assist CBFNC staff in providing educational materials, webinars and training resources…

Statement on Asian American Racial Violence

CBFNC Executive Coordinator Larry Hovis responds to the recent violence and racism toward Asian Americans. “Our nation recently witnessed more acts of racial violence, this time directed at Asian Americans. As Cooperative Baptists we stand firmly against all forms of racism and related violence and we decry the events that took place in Atlanta. I…

2021 CBFNC Virtual Annual Gathering

The 2021 CBFNC Annual Gathering will be a little different this year. Because of the ongoing pandemic, our time together will be completely virtual on Thursday, March 18 and Friday, March 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Though we will miss gathering with you in-person, we hope you will still join us online for this annual…