Tag Archives for " Racial Reconciliation "

One Ministry Plan Paused as Another Grows at FBC Winnsboro

February Story – FBC Winnsboro – Download First Baptist Winnsboro Pastor Craig Bailey says COVID was the “worst possible thing to hit us while trying to make strides in racial reconciliation” through relationships the church has been actively building with other churches and individuals across the community. The shared worship services and an annual partnership to […]

One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard – Monday, November 23, 2020

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, 11.23.20 Download Deep South Joint Statement on the Gospel, Racial Reconciliation, and Justice During the CMBA Annual business session Thursday, November 19th, the “Deep South Joint […]

VLC Affirms Racial Reconciliation Statement, Conducts Year-End Business

CMBA’s Visionary Leadership Community (VLC) met Tuesday, Nov. 17, for its final session of the year at North Trenholm Baptist Church in Columbia to share updates and conduct business. Comprised of CMBA ministers and lay leaders, the VLC operates under the association’s vision of “starting and strengthening congregations to serve as vital and vibrant missional […]

Pastors Share Redemptive Responses on Racial Reconciliation

On June 11, several Midlands pastors recorded a virtual dialogue on racial reconciliation that was immediately uploaded to the CMBA website. Spurred by recent events including the death of George Floyd and subsequent protests across the nation around systemic racism and injustice, the African American and Caucasian pastors shared openly about their experiences, convictions and […]