Minister Search Process Conversations

Starting in October! CBFNC’s Ministerial Transitions team will host bi-weekly Zoom conversations designed as shared learning experiences for representatives from search teams across our state. Conversations will be held the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 6:30 p.m. with a specific topical focus. Join the conversation(s) that apply to your church or participate in all six. Any…

Bullock Named Triangle Area Campus Minister

CBF of North Carolina is proud to announce that Reverend Adrian Bullock has been hired as the Triangle area campus minister. Encompassing NC State, Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill, Adrian will manage the existing Cooperative Baptist Student Fellowship (CBSF) ministries, as well as cultivate new discipleship and leadership opportunities for undergraduate students. With support from two…

Meet the Romania Mission Immersion Team

When war broke out in Ukraine, long-time CBF ministry partner organization Project Ruth, located in Bucharest, Romania, knew they had to respond. The team at Project Ruth that typically runs a school providing education to those affected by poverty, began transforming their space into a shelter for refugees from the war. They also started preparing 4:7…

Stories of Our Fellowship

Welcome House Fayetteville In this video story, Susie Reeder, minister of missions at Snyder Memorial Baptist Church in Fayetteville, shares how this church has used its property for missions over the years. It started with a single mission house serving a variety of needs over the years. Then in 2021, that house became Welcome House…

Meet Our New Associate Executive Coordinator

Andy Hale officially joined the CBFNC team on June 1st, 2022 as associate executive coordinator. He has hit the ground running, learning more about our fellowship and ministries, as well as getting acclimated to living in North Carolina again. A self-described coffee addict, he’s also been putting the office coffee maker to good use! Andy’s…

Come, Lord Jesus.

Dear brothers & sisters in Christ, In the space of only eleven days, we have witnessed two horrific mass shootings in our nation. On May 14, an 18-year-old self-described white supremacist killed ten black people and injured three others at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York. On May 24, at an elementary school in…

Care Boxes for Ukrainian Families

We have been watching and hearing stories about the invasion of Ukraine for almost three months. The devastation continues to grow and the Ukrainian people continue to flee their homes. Our fellowship is filled with churches and individuals who are eager to help in tangible ways. But it can be hard knowing how best to respond…