CMBA Overview

Our One Priority To start and strengthen congregations to serve as vital and vibrant missional communities.

Or in More Detail . . . To start and strength congregational expressions in a manner that empowers them to serve as vital and vibrant missional communities who reach and nurture the lost, unchurched, underchurched, and dechurched people who live or visit in our associational fellowship area, or who live wherever in God’s world our congregations are sent and received.


Coming November 1st: Live Preview of 2019 January Bible Study on Revelation Chapters One – Three
CMBA and the Lexington Baptist Association are sponsoring a workshop designed as an overview of January Bible study on Revelation[...]
Register for “Pop-Up” Vision Day Lunch and Speaker on Immigration Issues Tuesday, October 23rd
Periodically a door of opportunity opens that was unexpected and unplanned. Such is the case for this coming Tuesday, October[...]
Register for Vision Day Lunch and Speaker on Church Planting Models Tuesday, October 16th
The Columbia Metro Baptist Association’s next Vision Day Lunch and Speaker is fast approaching on Tuesday, October 16th. The theme[...]
The Columbia Metro Connection eNewsletter — October 1, 2018
A Message from George Bullard, Director You Are Invited to Annual Associational Meeting, Thursday, October 4th at 6:00 p.m. at Spring Valley[...]
Hear Ken Weathersby Speak at the Annual Family Reunion, Thursday, October 4th
SBC Official to Keynote Columbia Baptist Meeting Ken Weathersby, a career missions and leadership specialist and the highest ranking African-American[...]
Hear the Valley Voices Sing at the Annual Family Reunion, Thursday, October 4th
The Spring Valley Baptist Church's Valley Voices is the largest senior adult choir in the state of South Carolina according[...]