Category Archives for "Multiplying Congregations"

CMBA Staff Retirements Announced at VLC Meeting

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The CMBA Visionary Leadership Community (VLC) met Thursday, June 10, at Belmont Baptist to conduct business and share ministry updates. This was the first meeting following the decision to transition to virtual CMBA operations. Monthly VLC meetings will now be held in different churches throughout the association, allowing new introductions to these church campuses and […]

Visionary Leadership Community Approves Move to Virtual CMBA Office

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The CMBA Visionary Leadership Community (VLC) met Tues., May 18, at North Trenholm Baptist to conduct business and share ministry updates. VLC members heard CMBA Team Huddle reports from representatives of the organized subgroups, called squads. These updates covered a variety of direct work with churches including relationship building, leadership development, future visioning and new […]

Spring Valley to Host New Messianic Jewish Congregation

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Spring Valley Baptist is moving forward with plans to host a new Messianic Jewish congregation slated to begin May 15. Rabbi Andy Meyerson has planted several Messianic Jewish congregations in the Carolinas for the community he loves and calls an “unreached people group.” The born-again rabbi has made it his mission to reach the Jewish […]

One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard – Monday, April 19, 2021

  A Family of Baptist Congregations in the Midlands of South Carolina Our One Priority: Starting and Strengthening Churches to Serve as Vital and Vibrant Missional Communities. One Priority Briefing, 04.19.21 Download Join George Bullard for a Roundtable Gathering for a Meal and Dialogue In 2020 before the beginning of the pandemic, George Bullard began […]

One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard – Monday, April 12, 2021

  A Family of Baptist Congregations in the Midlands of South Carolina Our One Priority: Starting and Strengthening Churches to Serve as Vital and Vibrant Missional Communities. One Priority Briefing, 04.12.21 Download Join George Bullard for a Roundtable Gathering for a Meal and Dialogue In 2020 before the beginning of the pandemic, George Bullard began […]

Riverbend Joins the CMBA Family of Churches

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Riverbend Community Church was formally welcomed into the CMBA family of churches as a full Church Member by the Visionary Leadership Community during its March meeting. Since it was founded in 1984, Riverbend has established a strong church DNA of mission giving and sending. The church has been affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention […]

CMBA Offers Mentoring and Coaching Capacity to the Sponsors of New Congregational Expressions

CMBA Offers Mentoring and Coaching Capacity Download Your associational leadership strongly believes that existing congregations plant new congregational expressions. It takes a one to three missionally-driven congregations to effectively launch a new congregational expression. The spiritual and strategic growth that happens out of this sponsorship often has a wonderful and fruitful impact on the sponsoring […]

One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard – Monday, March 29, 2021

  A Family of Baptist Congregations in the Midlands of South Carolina Our One Priority: Starting and Strengthening Churches to Serve as Vital and Vibrant Missional Communities. One Priority Briefing, 03.29.21 Download Big 5 Summit, Saturday, April 24th atNorthside Baptist Church This event is sponsored by the SCBC and the associations in the Midlands. To register, […]

One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard – Monday, March 22, 2021

  A Family of Baptist Congregations in the Midlands of South Carolina Our One Priority: Starting and Strengthening Churches to Serve as Vital and Vibrant Missional Communities. One Priority Briefing, 03.22.21 Download CMBA Welcomes Two New Congregationsto Our Association Riverbend Community Church, a church affiliated with the SC Baptist Convention, but who had no previous […]