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Time to Register for CBF/GA Virtual State Gathering, November 8, 2020

September 29, 2020 - November 6, 2020

CBF of Georgia is happy to invite you to our first ever Virtual State Gathering

Sunday, November 8, 2020.

Click Here to Register for Free!

*There is no cost, but you will need to register to be able to participate in voting during the business session. Registration will also provide you with access to the post-worship Roundtable Conversations.

Schedule for Virtual Gathering

2:30 pm

BWIM of GA Annual Business Meeting (virtual)

4:30 pm

Business Session
Your registration will give you access to committee reports and the mechanism for voting on the budget, Nominating Committee report, and any other necessary items of business. Registration will also give access to the 6:30 ZOOM Round Table conversation.

5:00 pm

Worship Video Will Launch
Worship will feature Paul Baxley, Executive Coordinator of CBF Global and former pastor of First Baptist Church, Athens. Musical offerings will be provided by First Baptist Church, Rome.

6:30 pm

Round Table Conversation Via ZOOM
In this new and challenging era, we want to hear from you! Some questions we will consider:

  • How can CBF/GA best assist your congregation as ministry continues to change and adapt?
  • What resources from CBF/GA would be most helpful in your context?
  • What have we learned in this new era of ministry that we might want to continue?

*First Baptist, Rome, is continuing to assist with the planning of the State Gathering, and we appreciate their staff support and technical support. In these strange times, while we cannot gather in person, we can still be together in spirit.

Additional note from BWIM of GA

BWIM of GA is getting a new purpose! We recognize that there are many more opportunities for Baptist Women ministering in the state of Georgia than when we were founded in 1985. Many of our members, both clergy and volunteer, are involved in other organizations which are providing them with the support that BWIM of GA provided for many years. With that in mind, we want to create a stronger support system for women who are becoming ministers. BWIM of GA has provided a scholarship since 1994. That scholarship, named for Sarah Owen Etheridge in 1997, has long been a way for us to impact the future generation of female ministers in Georgia. Our new purpose for BWIM of GA will be focused on making this scholarship more impactful.
Specific information regarding the proposed changes will be available soon on the BWIM of GA website, www.bwimga.com. We hope to see you at our annual business meeting (virtual), Sunday, November 8th at 2:30 pm.


September 29, 2020
November 6, 2020
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GA United States

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