CBC MISSIONS

CBC MISSIONS

Pray for our
Church Plants

CBC Hispanic Church
Iglesia Bautista De Crestwood meets regularly for worship on Wednesdays and Sundays as well as other events during the week. Pastor Luis would love to meet you. Contact jlleoncapetillo@hotmail.com or (502) 356-6156 for more info.

Crosspoint Church @ HighPoint pastored by Andrew Carrithers.

Santa Lucia, Dominican Republic
CBC, in cooperation with G.O. Ministries, established a church, feeding center, and school in one location next to a dump site called The Fly (La Mosca) near Santiago. CBC is providing funds for the building, cooking equipment, meals for starving children six days per week, and a water purification system. We have an annual fall break mission trip there.

Local Partnerships

Cooperative Program: CBC gives generously to the Cooperative Program. Southern Baptist churches across the United States give a portion of their offerings to the Cooperative Program to fund missionary work both at home and abroad, seminary training for ministers, and a plethora of ministries.

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HighPoint

Highpoint (formerly Mission Crestwood): What began as a ministry out of the trunk of a car has now become an amazing blessing to our community. To learn more about Highpoint and how you can give or receive help, visit their website.

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Crossroads

Crossroads Pregnancy Resource Center: Crossroads plans to “bring home, help and healing to those affected by unplanned pregnancy.” Their vision is to have a Christ-centered, non-denominational ministry that provides resources, education, and love to those in need before, during and after an unplanned pregnancy or abortion. Their services are free. Crossroads is located at 6435 West Highway 146, Crestwood. Visit their website at www.cprcky.org.

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M25 Offering

When our present facility was built, the vision was cast to raise $1,000,000 (over and beyond our tithes) to meet the needs of the poorest of the poor. This offering was named M25, The Matthew 25 Offering. Annually an offering is received to meet the needs of the poorest of the poor in “Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8.) Thus far, funds have helped a local food ministry and homeless shelter. Other funds have assisted a food and clothing ministry in eastern KY, an outreach to lepers in Ghana, a feeding center in the Dominican Republic, and a ministry to street children in Romania.

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Prison Ministry

Oldham County is home to some of our state prisons and CBC has not missed the opportunity to minister to the inmates at KSR, Roederer, Luther Luckett, and the women’s prison in Pewee Valley. Our men and women are involved in evangelism, discipleship and encouragement.

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Women on Mission

This vital ministry has impacted the world many times over in its years of existence. These women work diligently to learn about and support world missions. Join them any time. They normally meet the third Tuesday of each month at 10:00 a.m.- Noon at CBC.

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Fellowship Fund

This fund benefits those in our church family and community who are in crisis/need. Needs are first made known to the church office and then our benevolence team considers how we might provide assistance.

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Red Cross

CBC partners with the Red Cross to care for people in need. Those with emergency needs are directed to this agency for immediate help. Our second connection point is blood drives. Our recreation ministry coordinates dates with the Red Cross to keep blood supply levels strong.

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Baptist Association

Baptist churches across Oldham and Trimble Counties share resources and work together in strengthening churches and community ministries and reaching this area with the gospel. CBC prayerfully and financially supports OTBA. OTBA can be reached at (502)225-9449.

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Iglesia Bautista de Amanecer

Churches of the Oldham-Trimble Baptist Association sponsor Iglesia Bautista de Amanecer, a Hispanic church meeting in Ballardsville. God has done a great work through this ministry in reaching and discipling Hispanics living in this area. CBC’s involvement has included prayer and financial support as well as providing meals from time to time. We follow the Acts 1:8 model in planting churches; this church fulfills our desire to plant churches in “Jerusalem.”

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Cooperative Program

CBC gives generously to the Cooperative Program. Southern Baptist churches across the United States give a portion of their offerings to the Cooperative Program to fund missionary work both home and abroad, seminary training for ministers, and a plethora of ministries. Visit their site to learn more.

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Moms in Prayer International

Moms in Prayer International (MITI) formally named Moms in Touch provides a structure for women to meet and pray for students, teachers and schools. We also have a Moms in Touch group that goes into the women’s prison to pray with inmates who are separated from their children. We need women to volunteer to go into the women’s prison the first Saturday of each month.

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Oldham County Ministerial Association

OCMA coordinates efforts of the churches to meet physical and spiritual needs of struggling families. School supplies are collected in the fall as students get ready for the school year. During the holiday season, hygiene/needs baskets are gathered to distribute to the elderly.

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HighPoint

Highpoint (formerly Mission Crestwood): What began as a ministry out of the trunk of a car has now become an amazing blessing to our community. To learn more about Highpoint and how you can give or receive help, visit their website.

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Crossroads

Crossroads Pregnancy Resource Center: Crossroads plans to “bring home, help and healing to those affected by unplanned pregnancy.” Their vision is to have a Christ-centered, non-denominational ministry that provides resources, education, and love to those in need before, during and after an unplanned pregnancy or abortion. Their services are free. Crossroads is located at 6435 West Highway 146, Crestwood. Visit their website at www.cprcky.org.

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M25 Offering

When our present facility was built, the vision was cast to raise $1,000,000 (over and beyond our tithes) to meet the needs of the poorest of the poor. This offering was named M25, The Matthew 25 Offering. Annually an offering is received to meet the needs of the poorest of the poor in “Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8.) Thus far, funds have helped a local food ministry and homeless shelter. Other funds have assisted a food and clothing ministry in eastern KY, an outreach to lepers in Ghana, a feeding center in the Dominican Republic, and a ministry to street children in Romania.

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Prison Ministry

Oldham County is home to some of our state prisons and CBC has not missed the opportunity to minister to the inmates at KSR, Roederer, Luther Luckett, and the women’s prison in Pewee Valley. Our men and women are involved in evangelism, discipleship and encouragement. If an inmate is released locally, we provide a tool box of items including funds for health exam, identification, and a shopping card for necessities.

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Women on Mission

This vital ministry has impacted the world many times over in its years of existence. These women work diligently to learn about and support world missions. Join them any time. They normally meet the third Tuesday of each month at 10:00 a.m.- Noon at CBC. (Sept – Nov. meeting times have been changed to noon-2pm due to Bible study) Contact Connie Meredith at 618-3413 or 876-3025 for more information.

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Fellowship Fund

This fund benefits those in our church family and community who are in crisis/need. Needs are first made known to the church office and then our benevolence team considers how we might provide assistance.

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Red Cross

CBC partners with the Red Cross to care for people in need. Those with emergency needs are directed to this agency for immediate help. Our second connection point is blood drives. Our recreation ministry coordinates dates with the Red Cross to keep blood supply levels strong.

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Baptist Association

Baptist churches across Oldham and Trimble Counties share resources and work together in strengthening churches and community ministries and reaching this area with the gospel. CBC prayerfully and financially supports OTBA. OTBA can be reached at (502)225-9449.

Iglesia Bautista de Crestwood: We welcomes IBC to our campus. They meet on Sundays and Wednesdays here at CBC.

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Iglesia Bautista de Amanecer

Churches of the Oldham-Trimble Baptist Association sponsor Iglesia Bautista de Amanecer, a Hispanic church meeting in Ballardsville. God has done a great work through this ministry in reaching and discipling Hispanics living in this area. CBC’s involvement has included prayer and financial support as well as providing meals from time to time. We follow the Acts 1:8 model in planting churches; this church fulfills our desire to plant churches in “Jerusalem.”

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Cooperative Program

CBC gives generously to the Cooperative Program. Southern Baptist churches across the United States give a portion of their offerings to the Cooperative Program to fund missionary work both home and abroad, seminary training for ministers, and a plethora of ministries. Visit their site to learn more.

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Moms in Prayer International

Moms in Prayer International (MITI) formally named Moms in Touch provides a structure for women to meet and pray for students, teachers and schools. We also have a Moms in Touch group that goes into the women’s prison to pray with inmates who are separated from their children. We need women to volunteer to go into the women’s prison the first Saturday of each month.

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Oldham County Ministerial Association

OCMA coordinates efforts of the churches to meet physical and spiritual needs of struggling families. School supplies are collected in the fall as students get ready for the school year. During the holiday season, hygiene/needs baskets are gathered to distribute to the elderly.