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Starting a Church
Planting churches everywhere in Canada for everyone

Missions

Make Jesus known to all the nations

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Compassion Ministries

The CNBC partnership with Send Relief provides a way for you to directly respond to crises at home and abroad

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Theological Education

Training leaders for tough places

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Disciple Making

The CNBC is committed to making disciples of all nations

Who is the CNBC?

The CNBC is a family of churches that give themselves away to reveal the
Kingdom of God.

We believe God's primary vehicle for impacting the world is the local church. Through the CNBC Cooperative Program, over 450 CNBC churches partner together to make Jesus known.

Our vision is to see a day when every man, woman, boy and girl has multiple opportunities to see, hear and respond to the Good News of Jesus Christ.
 

What is the CNBC Cooperative Program?

A consistent and sacrificial tithe from CNBC churches provides the primary financial fuel to ignite an interdependent disciple-making movement across Canada and around the world. 

 

Since our inception, we have always had one mission — fulfilling the Great Commission. The Cooperative Program provides the fuel for this mission of reaching every person with the Gospel of Jesus Christ in every town, every city, every province, and every nation.

Your CP Giving Fuels:

  • International Missions

  • Theological Education

  • Evangelism/Disciple-Making

  • Church Planting

  • Pastor Care/Church Strengthening

  • Humanitarian Aid 

How to give through the CNBC Cooperative Program? 

Most CNBC churches budget a predetermined percentage of their undesignated giving and forward it on a monthly basis in one of the following three ways: bank e-transfers, cheques, or credit cards. 

1) E-transfer:

 

For churches:

  1. E-transfer to accounting@cnbc.ca

  2. In the "notes" section, indicate CNBC Cooperative Program and your church name.

For individuals:

  1. E-transfer to accounting@cnbc.ca

  2. In the "notes" section, indicate CNBC Cooperative Program and your name, address with postal code, and email.

2) Cheque:

Churches and individuals may write a cheque made out to the Canadian National Baptist Convention or CNBC. It is helpful if your church includes a contribution form as this helps us know how you would like to direct the funds. In the memo line of the cheque, write "Cooperative Program (CP).

3) Credit Card: 

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When you give through the CNBC Cooperative Program:

  • You help support Canadian and international missionaries. The CNBC partners with the International Mission Board (IMB) and the North American Mission Board (NAMB) to support thousands of missionaries.

  • You support the Canadian Baptist Theological Seminary & College (CBTS&C), helping to keep the tuition costs at a reasonable level as they train and equip pastors and leaders for ministry.

  • You support disaster relief through Send Relief. 

  • You support church planting. In Canada, new churches are planted every year. We currently have more than 450 CNBC churches.

  • You support the national and regional staff working across Canada.

  • You enable the CNBC to give grants to churches to help them accomplish their mission.

  • You provide leadership training for CNBC churches and leaders through regional equipping conferences and seminars.

  • You provide an annual Oasis weekend retreat for ministry couples. Oasis provides rest renewal and refreshment both spiritually and physically.

  • You provide a new pastors’ orientation to equip new pastors with CNBC resources, to share our vision and to meet the staff and other new pastors.

 

Through the GCO you help:

  • Support church planting work

  • Others go on mission or apply for a grant to go on mission yourself

  • Reach unreached people groups around the world

  • Strengthen churches

  • Encourage those in ministry

  • Provide Bibles for different language groups

  • Provide leadership training

  • Provide discipleship material in different language

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