There are an estimated 5.8 million lost people in our state — more than half the population. One of the best ways to reach people is to plant new churches. That’s why the Baptist State Convention has a team that works year-round to help the starting of new churches.
North Carolina Baptists help start more than 100 new churches each year, two-thirds of them reaching the many new language and culture groups now living in our state.
About every three days North Carolina Baptists launch a new church in their state.
As North Carolina continues to be one of the fastest growing states in the nation, we have a unique opportunity to reach the lost – estimated at 5.8 million in our state alone. And as our state becomes more culturally and ethnically diverse, planting disciple-making churches is essential in pushing back darkness and impacting lostness.
The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) works with churches, associations and church-planting networks to facilitate the launch of new churches.
The North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO) is vital to the convention’s church planting efforts, providing approximately one-third of the church planting team’s annual budget.
Since 2017, the BSCNC has worked with more than 1,000 new churches across the state. Last year, those new churches reported a total of 6,756 professions of faith, 5,410 worshippers in attendance and more than $139,000 in cooperative program giving.
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