On November 13, at the Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky Baptists will come together to celebrate the dodransbicentennial of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. If you are wondering what a dodransbicentennial is in the first place, no worries, I looked it up: it is a 175th anniversary. That is how long Kentucky Baptists have been working together to advance the Great Commission. That is a milestone worth marking. Join us!
Ever questioned the value of your church’s Cooperative Program investment, or wondered if it is still necessary to be a part of our denomination’s missions partnerships?
If so, the annual meeting of the Kentucky Baptist Convention will be an especially important opportunity for you. This year’s convention will give you the opportunity to see how your CP dollars are being spent. You will be able to find out about the ministry of your mission board staff here in Kentucky and the mission work being accomplished through the North American Mission Board and the International Mission Board. Our Baptist schools in Kentucky will update us on their ministry as will Sunrise, the Kentucky Baptist Foundation, Kentucky WMU, Crossings Ministries and the Western Recorder. Through the CP, churches in Kentucky are doing remarkable Kingdom work worth learning about on November 13. Come join us!
Ever wanted to have a part in something bigger than you, something so big that if God wasn’t in it, it was doomed for failure?
The annual meeting of the KBC affords you that opportunity by giving you a way to be involved in the combined Great Commission efforts of 2,400 churches. Every messenger can have a voice in the direction and decisions of the convention. Every messenger has a vote and the right to present motions and/or ask questions. Be a part of the eternal work God is doing through the KBC. Join us!
Ever enjoy sitting under good preaching, participating in inspirational worship, or hearing gifted vocalists and musicians sing praises to your King?
The annual meeting of the KBC guarantees you the opportunity for each of these as members of the Kentucky Baptist family will be blessed to spend a significant part of our day worshipping together.
Join us on November 13 at Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington!