After having helped CBFSC with its communications for more than 25 years, Sue Harper Poss is letting go and putting faith and trust into something new.
CBF is accepting financial gifts to aid in the recovery efforts needed because of the damage caused by Hurricane Ida. No other items are being accepted.
Concerns about the resurgence of Covid has resulted in the cancellation of the in-person CBF gathering in Charlotte, hosted by CBFSC, CBCNC, Oakland Baptist Church in Rock Hill, and Providence Baptist Church in Charlotte. The virtual General Assembly will go on as planned.
For Carolina Immigrant Alliance since its beginning, it’s been all about opening doors to build community for all. Then, oops, they realized somebody has to open the door, and thus holds the power. The rebranding leaves the doors and walls out completely as CIA strives to build community among diversity.
Our CBFSC moderator for 2021-22 is Jennifer McClung Rygg, pastor of First Baptist Church in Pendleton. She talks about her journey to where she is and about the current and future vision for CBFSC.
Stacy Brown was 19 and still in college when she joined the Metanoia team in 2005. Now she’s taking all she’s learned about mentorship, diversity, inclusion, and community to her new job with Charleston County schools.
We are expanding to serve all 10 counties in South Carolina that come under the umbrella of Together for Hope, CBF’s rural poverty initiative. To make this effort successful, we are adding other non-profits to our coalition.
Nell Green, one of the first to serve CBF in global missions, now lives in Rock Hill. She is taking on the role of Global Missions Advocate to create a culture where mission flourishes.
Fighting gentrification, Metanoia is in a race against time as local housing prices and eviction rates are increasing. Our long-term CBFSC missions partner thinks God’s vision in Isaiah of building houses for others to live in might not be possible as Charleston’s economy strengthens.