Vulnerable Churches

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic we have heard dialogue about people who are more vulnerable to this coronavirus than are others. Much of the conversation has focused on older people, people in assisted living or nursing homes, people without easy access to health care, lower-income people or racial and ethnic minorities, and […]

Our One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard — Monday, June 22, 2020

A Family of Baptist Congregations in the Midlands of South Carolina Our One Priority: Starting and Strengthening Churches to Serve as Vital and Vibrant Missional Communities. Thriving Congregations Soar with Faith WHEN? Tuesday, June 23rd at 2:00 p.m. (An Online Video Conference) WHAT? Building the Bridge (See the flyer at https://www.columbiametro.org/thriving-congregations-soar-with-faith/) WHERE? Our One Priority […]

Pastors Share Redemptive Responses on Racial Reconciliation

On June 11, several Midlands pastors recorded a virtual dialogue on racial reconciliation that was immediately uploaded to the CMBA website. Spurred by recent events including the death of George Floyd and subsequent protests across the nation around systemic racism and injustice, the African American and Caucasian pastors shared openly about their experiences, convictions and […]

Our One Priority Briefing for Congregational Leaders from George Bullard — Monday, June 15, 2020

A Family of Baptist Congregations in the Midlands of South Carolina Our One Priority: Starting and Strengthening Churches to Serve as Vital and Vibrant Missional Communities. Thriving Congregations Soar with Faith WHEN: Tuesday, June 16th at 2:00 p.m. WHAT? What Does it Mean to Soar with Faith? WHERE? Our One Priority Briefing Live!  As an […]

Everyone Seems to Be Worried About the Kids When We Return to Church. What About the Workers?

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ During the recent primary elections in the United States, the voting process was hampered by several factors. One of them was that many of the poll workers were senior adults and other vulnerable people who were the needed volunteers and chose not to work at the polling places because of their […]