Carolina Baptist Association
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Newsletter

 

SEPTEMBER 2020

CAROLINA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

PO Box 1187, Loris SC   29569

843-756-0400 / fax 843-756-0401

carbapta@sccoast.net

www.carbapta.com

Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m.—1p.m.
                         Wednesday 9 a.m.—1 p.m.
 
September 2020           Bobby Fowler, Moderator
Volume 37                    Gwen Stevens,
 
Number 8                               Ministry Assistant

 

 

110th ANNUAL MEETING of the

Carolina Baptist Association

 

Bethany Baptist Church

3160 Hwy 45

 Loris SC 29569

October 10th

9 a.m.—12 noon

 Due to CDC guidelines lunch will not be served.

 

 
 
Sept 17th      Rev. Dennis Williams, Pastor of
                      Pleasant Plain Baptist Church
Sept 24th     Rev. Ron Cooper, Pastor of
                      Midway Baptist Church
 
 
    
  
Sept 6th       Rev. & Mrs. Paul Alford
                       Bayboro Baptist Church
Sept 10th      Rev. & Mrs. Scott Seckman
                       Sweet Home Baptist Church
Sept 20th      Rev. Randy & Melissa Baker
                       Valley Forge Baptist Church

 

September 2020

 

Sunday, 6th-------Single Adult Day

Monday, 7th------Labor Day

Friday, 11th-------Patriots Day

Sunday, 13th-----Grandparents Day

                             Anti-Gambling Sunday

    Season of Prayer for State Missions 13th-20th

Friday, 18th ------National POW/MIA Recognition Day

Tuesday, 22nd -----First day of fall

Thursday, 24th –Associational Leader Reports

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It's Almost "Janie" Season!
 

Disaster Relief ministry is substantially supported by the Janie Chapman Offering for State Missions. Various other ministries depend on the offering also. Please pray for mission efforts in SC and give to the Janie Chapman Offering to support these efforts!

The Season of Prayer for State Missions this year is Sept. 13-20, 2020.

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A Look Back in Time
Pastors’ salaries: 1910--$100 yr.,
1938--$100 yr., 1954--$300 yr.,
1966—$900 yr., 1994-- $7500.,
with $3,000 in travel expense.
 
Connie Maxwell Children’s Home

Railcar loading for the annual Thanksgiving shipment to Connie Maxwell Children’s Home of farm produce and other provisions will be made in Loris in front of Graham Brothers on November 3rd & 4th, 1992. Most urgent need this year is corn, hay, and livestock feed. Also needed are commercial canned fruits and vegetables. If you send sweet potatoes, please pack in baskets or crates. There is also a need for good clean clothes for children of all ages.

 

 

Job Opportunities

Loris First United Methodist Church

3507 Broad St. Loris SC 29569

843-756-8393
 

Part-Time Secretary—looking to fill this vacancy with a person outside of their congregation so as to avoid any conflicts of interest for the employee and church congregation. Candidate must possess strong Christian values and beliefs.

Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 9a.m.--12 p.m.  

Objectives: Provide administrative support to the pastor, be a self-starter, works well with limited supervision and takes initiative to support operations of the church in its role and mission in the community.  Additional qualifications:

·       Strong word processing skills

·       Excellent communication/organization skills 

·       Competent with office equipment, printers’ computers, copiers, etc.

·       Ability to effectively perform a range of office-related duties.

Anyone interested in applying should send resume to: Loris First UMC, 3507 Broad St,

       Attn: Samantha Milam, Search Committee
       Loris SC 29569 or
Email: sjagnew@coastal.edu please put

SEARCH COMMITTEE in the subject line on email.

 

 
The Matthew 25 Center at Tabor City

Seeking to fill the position of Center Administrator.

The position requires the applicant to maintain a permanent residence at the Center to provide assistance to approved families and friends

who make application to lodge at the Center while

visiting inmate at the area correctional institutions.

We provide overnight housing to family members of inmates incarcerated locally in order to facilitate visitation. In the vast majority of cases we provide a single night's stay at our facility, however persons who travel great distances may be provided two night's stay. Please check the website for a full list of duties: www.matt25tc.com

Send resume and letter of interest to:

               Mrs. Nanette Strickland
               Matthew 25 Center at Tabor City
               PO Box 313
               Tabor City NC   28463
 

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CAROLINA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

PO Box 1187, Loris SC   29569

843-756-0400 / fax 843-756-0401

carbapta@sccoast.net

www.carbapta.com

Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m.—1p.m.

                         Wednesday 9 a.m.—1 p.m.

 

August 2020                   Bobby Fowler, Moderator

Volume 37                     Gwen Stevens,

Number 8                          Ministry Assistant

 


 

 

 

Aug 12th – Mrs. Jan Pritchard, wife of

                     Rev. Myron Pritchard

Aug 13th —Rev. Roger Chestnut, Pastor of

                    Happy Home Baptist Church

Aug 14th -- Rev. Myron Pritchard, Pastor of  

                    New Home Baptist Church

Aug 19th ---Mrs. Ann Hutson, wife of

                     Rev. Mack Hutson

Aug 24th –-Rev. Mack Hutson, Pastor of

                     Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

Aug 28th ---Mrs. Sonya Chestnut, wife of

                    Rev. Roger Chestnut

 

 

 

     9th —Rev. & Mrs. Jon Johnson, Pastor of

               Cane Branch Baptist Church

    31st---Rev. & Mrs. David Watts, Pastor of

               Mt. Zion Baptist Church

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To All Pastors and Churches,

RE: COVID 19

 

I have the equipment and supplies to help with spraying / cleaning inside of vehicles and homes for anyone that has encountered this virus.

It is a mold remediation product called Shock Wave but can also be used for coronavirus. If I can be of help, please contact at the number provided.    

 

Disaster Relief Director, Kent Brown

910-269-6101
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Super Monday at

Living Water Baptist Church
Starts at 7 p.m., Nursery provided
 

This is is the line-up for August:

              August 3rd---Rev.Ragsdale Allsbook

              August 10th -Dr. Roc Collins

                  August 17th -Dr. Tony Crisp

              August 24th -Dr. Phil Hoskins

              August 31st -Rev. Mike Stone