Adult/Senior Adult


Educational Events

CBF/GA sponsors a variety of conferences and events around the state each year for clergy and lay congregational leaders. Topics have included Sunday school teacher helps, age group learning styles, spiritual formation, children’s music, deacon ministry, the missional church, and more.

CBF/GA’s Senior Celebration is a fall day-long event for senior adults. The day offers fellowship, fun, food, and worship.

Registration is now closed for the 2019 Senior Celebrations! Cost for each event is $15, which includes lunch and entertainment. Check-in and coffee will begin at 10 am, with worship starting at 10:30 am.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 – Heritage Fellowship, Canton, with Jonathan Barlow, pastor of First Baptist Church, Dalton, preaching.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 – First Baptist Church, Morrow, with William Deal, pastor of Royston Baptist Church, Royston, preaching.


Senior Retreat

The first annual CBF/GA Senior Adult Retreat was held in 2016 at First Baptist Church, St. Simons Island. The 2017 and 2018 retreats met  there again for excellent worship, music, learning, fun, fellowship, island tours and an opportunity to participate in a local ministry.

Deacon Network

“For we are partners working together for God, and you are God’s field.” -1 Corinthians 3:9

The Baptist Deacon Network (BDN) originated in 2013 as a result of a “Baptist Deacon Summit” convened in Macon. It consists of more than 600 deacons who receive a newsletter, “Table and Towel” and gather periodically for conferences, retreats and seminars. ‘

The BDN is a collaborative effort between the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia and the Eula Mae and John Baugh Center for Baptist Leadership. The purpose is to foster relationships between deacons in different churches and create resources that will encourage and equip deacons for Christ like ministry in their congregations and communities.

“Exemplars: Deacons as Servant and Spiritual Leaders” is the first BDN resource for deacon development. Published by Smyth and Helwys this workbook is edited by Elizabeth Allen and Daniel Vestal and is designed to create “holy conversations” within diaconates that will result in spiritual, theological and vocational formation. Click Here to purchase a copy of Exemplars: Deacons as Servant and Spiritual Leaders

If you are interested in more information about the BDN go to the Baugh Center website: or contact Libby Allen at [email protected]

Deacon Resources

Table and Towel –  Baptist Deacon Network Newsletter