CBFSC churches are taking action to learn more about racial injustice and inequity through articles, podcasts, newsletters, social media and other resources. CBFSC Associate Coordinator Lane Riley outlines some of what is happening in this article.
First Baptist Church in Aiken wanted its high school graduates to feel special, even though the end of their 12 years of study didn’t happen like they expected.
Gardner-Webb Divinity School student Jennifer Jennings, a member of First Baptist Church, Greenwood, talks about how seminary changed as a result of Covid-19.
A blood drive hosted by First Baptist Church in Pendleton also meant the church had extra dollars to help its community during Covid-19.
Kids at FBC Greenwood collected and donated books to be given to children through CBFSC mission partners Koinonia in Columbia and Palmetto Works in Conway.
Amid COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, Trinity Baptist Church in Seneca and its surrounding community were struck by an EF3 tornado on April 13. Members immediately found ways to help.
Pelham Road Baptist Church in Greenville was quick to adapt the way its does ministry when Covid-19 hit. The church has Bible study lessons, worship, daily devotions, children’s Bible stories, and Sunday evening vespers available to keep its members engaged.
Two members at Oakland Baptist Church in Rock Hill set out to make masks as soon as it was obvious that COVID-19 was going to make a major impact on society.
During these days of social distancing, FBC Inman is keeping the office open with four or five people most of the time. Ministry staff is calling a group of church members daily. Our homebound ministry team is staying in touch with their constituency.