When Faith Hurts

Virtual

This conference prepares participants to recognize and respond to cases of sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse and neglect. It is designed for members of faith communities and community partners who may work with children or families impacted by child abuse.

Free

JVC Talks with Jay Kieve

Virtual

Join the Julie Valentine Center in Greenville for its third installment of JVC Webtalks. CBFSC Coordinator Jay Kieve will be the featured speaker. Everyone is welcome regardless of faith, denomination, or philosophy.

A new day

Virtual

This last year has changed us and changed our world. Join a virtual workshop to explore what it means to live into a new day through songs, questions, conversation and message.

Mortality, dementia and what it means to disappear (families)

Virtual

A conversation with author Lynn Casteel Harper, author of On Vanishing. For Families: May 11, 7-8 p.m.  Tuesday, May 11, 2021 – 7:00 until 8:00 pm on Zoom A Lay-Person focused Zoom Conversation with Rev. Lynn Casteel Harper on Dementia Dementia is one of the most feared conditions. Stigma, dread, and negative stereotypes often surround cognitive […]

Engaging in missions

Online

Learn what resources are available and ideas for promotion of the Beverly Greer Offering for State Missions and CBF's Global Mission Offering and how your church can become more engaged in missions on this one-hour webinar.

Nell and Butch Green will lead workshop on refugees

Zoom

Nell and Butch Green, long-time CBF field personnel now living in Rock Hill, will  lead a Zoom session on Tuesday, September 14 at 2pm about their work with refugees through The Off Ramp and Threads by Nomad.     Join us to hear from Butch and Nell about their work and how you can get involved.CBFSC […]

When Faith Hurts

Julie Valentine Center 2905 White Horse Road, Greenville, SC

Recurring

Leadership Summit

Online

The CBFSC Leadership Summit offers presentations, conversations, and experiences meant to bolster resiliency and sustainability in ministry. We will consider how slowing down to pray, think, reflect, rest, and recreate may lead to fruitfulness for our congregations and ourselves.