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CNBC Cooperative


Fueling the Great Commission

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. Generous giving through 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.

So, the Cooperative Program is a church's "first fruit" that signals to its membership that we corporately walk by faith in the very same way we teach our new disciples to live open-handedly and generously for sake of Jesus' kingdom.

Your Cooperative Program giving fuels:

  • International Missions

  • Theological Education

  • Evangelism/Disciple-Making

  • Church Planting

  • Pastor Care/Church Strengthening

  • Humanitarian Aid 

How can we 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-transfers:


For Churches:

  1. E-transfer to

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

For Individuals:

  1. E-transfer to

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

2) Cheques:

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 Cards: 

Kingdom gifts through the CNBC Cooperative Program

Gifts below $20 CAD will not be issued an official CRA tax receipt.


One time



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