Staff Networks

The following staff networks meet annually during the CBF/GA Spring General Assembly

Children’s Ministry Network

CBF/GA encourages children’s minsters to become a part of the CBF Children’s Ministry Network. The CBF Children’s Ministry Network exists to connect individuals who offer ministry to preschoolers, children and their families. The network currently has an active presence in a closed group on Facebook. It also meets annually at the ChurchWorks Conference. Click Here for more information.

Associate Pastor’s Network

CBF/GA has an associate pastors Facebook group as a forum for networking, discussion and idea sharing. If you would like to be added to this group, please e-mail Martha Kate Hall at [email protected].

CHURCHWORKS 2018: CONGREGATIONAL WELLBEING

ChurchWorks creates space for renewal in ministry through practices of creativity, community and worship. To teach the people of God, educators need a place to be equipped, to be inspired, and to be renewed. ChurchWorks is a 3-day event for all practitioners of education and spiritual formation in the congregational setting. You will find more information about ChurchWorks Here.

 

Youth Ministry Network

CBF/GA encourages youth ministers to become a part of the CBF Youth Ministry Network. The CBF Youth Ministry Network is a group of professional ministers and others who are called to work with youth which exists to support, encourage, and challenge those serving God and youth among the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. The CBF Youth Ministry Network has an active Facebook page for members to participate in dialogue and also hold retreats for members. Click Here for more information and to join the CBF Youth Ministry Network.

 Oasis: A Spiritual Retreat for Youth Ministers

Oasis is a three day retreat to address the spiritual health and professional development of our CBF youth ministers. Youth minsters across the CBF network gather to build community while being refreshed for ministry.

This event will be held at Montreat Conference Center in North Carolina, February 28-March 2, 2018 and is produced in Partnership with Passport & sponsored by Alabama CBF.

Guest Speaker: Brad Griffin
Brad Griffin is the Director of the Fuller Youth Institute and coauthor of “Growing Young.”

Cost:
Sharing a room: $275
Private room: $350

Registration Now Open!

 

Chaplain’s Network

The following individuals are CBF endorsed chaplains and pastoral counselors living in Georgia.