Announcing Welcome Ride 2023

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina announces “Welcome Ride 2023,” which will take place October 1-7 when Larry Hovis, executive coordinator, cycles from the NC mountains to the coast during the state-wide Cycle North Carolina bike ride.  Welcome Ride raises awareness and funds for CBFNC’s Welcome House Community Network (WHCN), a signature missions program of…

Meet the 2023 Lolley Scholars

Providing support and scholarship assistance to students engaged in theological education is an essential part of CBFNC’s work.  In 2008, Cooperative Baptist pioneers Dr. Randall and Lou Lolley worked with CBFNC to establish the Lolley Endowment for Theological Education to fulfill their dreams of supporting men and women preparing for ministry. The Lolley Scholarship is CBFNC’s…

An Invitation to Explore Our CBFNC Family

For 30 years, CBF North Carolina has provided a place of refuge, belonging and “family” for countless displaced Baptist Christians and churches. Founded as the North Carolina expression of the larger Cooperative Baptist Fellowship community, CBFNC has championed cooperation in mission and ministry in the context of Baptist freedoms: soul freedom, Bible freedom, church freedom…

Hospitality and Housing Summit shows way forward for welcoming neighbors

By Marv Knox Founder of Fellowship Southwest   People of faith committed to welcoming refugees and supporting the homeless gathered for information, inspiration and encouragement — lots of encouragement— at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina’s first Hospitality and Housing Summit April 29. CBFNC sponsored the summit in collaboration with Welcome House Community Network,…