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We have mission partners throughout the state who can always use some helping hands.
Christen Kinard spent some of her earliest years in Senegal where her parents, Nell and Butch Greene, were missionaries. She’s back in that country now looking for ways to help women become self-sufficient through her organization called The Off Ramp, a long-term covenant partner of CBFSC.
First Baptist Church in Greenville is sponsoring a free webinar on Thursday, Jan. 19 about humanity, slavery and faith. mberly Kellison, Professor of History at Baylor University, will present the research surrounding her new book, Forging a Christian Order: South Carolina Baptists, Race and Slavery, 1696-1860.
Steven Bouknight, pastor at Eau Claire Baptist Church in Columbia, just earned a doctorate degree at Gardner-Webb, thanks in part to a scholarship he received from CBFSC.
Beverly Greer Offering for State Missions
Funding for our mission partners comes mainly through the Beverly Greer Offering for State Missions. Churches and individuals may contribute directly to this offering to support major, ongoing grants to six partners and smaller, annual grants to several others. Explore.
Who we are
We are a fellowship of Baptist Christians and churches in South Carolina who share a passion for the Great Commission of Jesus Christ, a commitment to Baptist principles of faith and practice, and a heart for missions service. We work with many partners around the state to to carry out our work.
What we do
The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is a Christian network of individuals and churches working together to spread the hope of Christ. Our community includes partners all over the globe, and our fellowship supports a wide range of missions and ministries that give people meaningful opportunities to put their faith into action.