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VLC Considers Additional Funding for Church Plants


The CMBA Visionary Leadership Community (VLC) met Tues., Apr. 20, at North Trenholm Baptist Church to conduct business and share ministry updates. VLC members heard CMBA Team Huddle reports from CMBA Executive Director George Bullard, including updates on their work directly with churches. Updates on New Congregational Expressions in the association included the launch of […]

VLC Approves New Member Church and Church Network Connection

The CMBA Visionary Leadership Community (VLC) met Tuesday, March 16, at North Trenholm Baptist Church to conduct business and share ministry updates. Riverbend Community Church was approved as a Church Network Connection (CNC) at the January VLC meeting. The church had no previous association affiliation and, after participating in CMBA projects and programs, committed financially […]

2020 Baptist Women’s World Day of Prayer Observed Nov. 2

CMBA Woman’s Missionary Union and Gethsemane Women’s Auxiliary observed Baptist Women’s World Day of Prayer Nov. 2 through a virtual service hosted by Concord Fellowship Baptist Church in Columbia. Rev. Ralphetta Davis, CMBA WMU director, and Louretha Pittman, president of the Gethsemane Women’s Auxiliary, greeted participants. Individual prayers were lifted for missions and believers living […]

CMBA Churches Impacting Communities Despite Unusual Season

COVID-19 may have disrupted weekly church schedules and operations for a time, but it has not dampened the spirit of CMBA churches determined to impact their communities with the hope of the gospel. Some outreach ministries continued during the quarantine and ReGathering periods, with other churches reporting the start of new ministries birthed during this […]

WMU of Virginia Streetwalking Ministry Offers Light in Darkness of Richmond Prostitution Zone

A Sisters Who Care Article from Richmond, VA (By National WMU on May 24, 2019 – written by Trennis Henderson, WMU National Correspondent with pictures by Pat Henderson) RICHMOND, Va.—This isn’t your typical WMU ministry project. A small group of volunteers gathers two nights a month in south Richmond, Va., to walk a mile-long strip of the […]

Sisters Who Care to be Introduced at the Black Church Leadership Conference September 6-7, 2019

Sisters Who Care® (SWC) is part of a national organization of Baptist women, aged 18 and above, of all races, ethnic backgrounds, and classes. The national organization is Women on Mission® — an expression of Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) — which is a church-based organization that seeks to enable women to understand the call of […]