One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard – Monday, October 18, 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.

Progress Report on Submissions of Annual Church Profile

Your association and your state convention are thankful for the following churches who have completed and submitted their Annual Church Profile for 2021. This list represents those fully recorded in the ACP system. This information is helpful to you, the association, and the state convention.

Concord Fellowship
Crescent Hill
Crooked Run
Fort Clark
Grace Church of Columbia
Iglesia Hispana –Comunidad
Midtown Fellowship
New Heights
North Point Community
North Trenholm
NorthStar Christian Center
Sawney’s Creek
Spring Valley
St. Andrews
Stephen Greene
Three Rivers
Winnsboro First

If you believe your church has completed and submitted your ACP report and your name is not listed here, or if you need assistance completing it, please contact Kyndra Bremer at or (803) 931.2035. Also, ask Kyndra about the short form, and the 20-year church statistical report and demographic reports available to your church.

Now Debt-Free, Beulah Looks to Future Ministry

God performed a miracle through Beulah Baptist. This month the church paid off debt it had carried for 18 years, and the congregation is now looking forward to what other miracles God has in store. According to Pastor Cameron DeBrew, Beulah was a smaller church with regular people on regular salaries in the midst of a pandemic when God showed them what was possible if they could just achieve financial freedom.

“Our leadership and congregation began praying earnestly that God would take the debt from us. I prayed that it would happen in His time, but sooner rather than later if it was His will,” DeBrew says.

(Read the rest of this story at HERE.)

Our One Priority Briefing and the Our One Priority Briefing Online Gathering are made possible by the financial gifts of the member and network connection congregations of the Columbia Metro Baptist Association at,, or 803.619.7110. To donate to CMBA go to Congregations can make their general contributions through this link. Congregations, missions groups and individuals can designate gifts to the Congregational Grant Fund, hunger ministry, disaster response, and Baptist Collegiate Ministry.

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Kyndra Bremer