The BSCNC was established in 1830 as a way to accomplish more for God's Kingdom by working together. We exist to assist local churches as they seek to fulfill their divinely appointed mission.
The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, which cooperates with the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), includes 78 local Baptist associations and about 4,300 churches. Our cooperating churches are autonomous and each church voluntarily decides to join the BSCNC in ministry and missions efforts.
The BSCNC staff operates under the supervision of a board, which is comprised of pastors and lay people from its member churches across the state.
To assist the churches in their divinely appointed mission
"By God’s grace, we will become the strongest force in the history of this Convention for reaching people with the message of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.” -Milton A. Hollifield Jr, Executive Director-Treasurer
The 7 Pillars for Ministry are biblical concepts that serve as core values to help the Convention stay focused on its mission, which is to assist North Carolina Baptist churches in achieving what God has called them to do. Our core values are: practice fervent prayer; promote evangelism and disciple-making; strengthen existing churches; plant new multiplication churches; reach North Carolina's international community; embrace unreached and unengaged people groups; engage young church leaders. For more details download a copy of the 7 Pillars document below.
Tools for North Carolina Baptist Churches
Show your affiliation
Download a graphic from the various downloads below, place on your website and then link the graphic back to our ncbaptist.org homepage to indicate your affiliation with the BSCNC. You can also use the logo in your church bulletin or church PowerPoint presentations.
Use a QR Code in your bulletin
A QR Code (Quick Response Code) is a small, square bar code that smartphones scan using a QR Code reader application. The QR Code can be printed on anything and once scanned, the smartphone takes the user to the ncbaptist.org homepage. Download the ncbaptist.org QR Code from the downloads section below.
Like and Share our Facebook page
By "Liking" the NC Baptist Facebook page you will receive updates from the Convention via Facebook. Share our Facebook page with all your friends to encourage more participation, or send your friends a recommendation to like the Convention Facebook page. Post a message on your church Facebook page for viewers to like the Convention Facebook page.
Follow us on Twitter
Follow NC Baptist on Twitter for the latest information and retweet our messages so your followers can also connect with us. Visit www.ncannualmeeting.org and use our hashtag to tweet during Annual Meeting.
NC Baptist Ministry Photos
Click on the photos below to view various North Carolina Baptist ministry photos, and visit our NC Baptist Flickr page to view and download any of our collections and sets.