Mission Collective is a one-day event for equipping churches in best practices for mission through collaboration. We gather expert practitioners, church leaders and CBF staff around a relevant topic- bringing together collective wisdom for collective action. Together we seek to respond faithfully to God's call to love the world and serve our neighbor.
Mission Collective goals:
- Equip churches for best practices for mission engagement
- Incubate new collaborative church ministries and networks
- Strengthen relationships between local churches and established mission work
- Offer Global Missions staff and field personnel to churches as a resource
How it works: Mission Collectives occur where and when a congregation senses a need to address a particular issue in their community or congregation. Global Missions staff works with the host church and state/regional CBF organizations to invite additional churches, discern a topic, plan and staff the event. A few topic examples include: Engaging Internationals, Reclaiming Evangelism for the 21st Century, Strategic Partnerships, and Short-term Missions with Integrity. View a program from a recent event by clicking here.
Mission Collectives feature CBF Global Missions Coordinator Steven Porter, along with field personnel and staff. They typically occur on a Saturday with additional resources offered to participating churches the following Sunday. If you'd like more information about hosting or joining a Mission Collective in your area, please click here.
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Mission Collective Orange: Reclaiming Evangelism for the 21st Century, November 7, 2015. Click here to download the flier.
Mission Collective San Antonio: Being Church in the 21st Century , October 15, 2016
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH, 319 E Mulberry Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212
Mission Collective Greenwood: Making Room: Practicing Gospel Hospitality , November12, 2016
GREENWOOD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 722 Grace Street Greenwood, SC 29649-2133
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Mission Collective Knoxville, February 17, 2018