An update from Bernard Mukwavi, District Minister, British Columbia Baptist Conference
March 19, 2020
We are trusting that you are keeping yourselves safe but still carrying on being a church in your community. The COVID-19 pandemic has provided us with the opportunity to be the real church that Christ established. A church that worships God in Truth and in Spirit, a church that serves one another and a church that serves the hurting community around us.
You may ask how you can do this while still obeying the authorities to help slow down the spread of the virus through social distancing. Well, this is very possible. You should absolutely be part of the solution and not the problem. We need to be mindful of this virus and the consequences that arise when a community is slothful in controlling it. However, technology will help to keep us connected and still be the church. So, your church life should continue even though it will look different. Read More
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BCBC will be holding no in-person gatherings until further notice as mandated by the Government of BC. Please check below for links to our livestream and recorded events.
BCBC Annual Meeting TBA
The BCBC Annual Meeting will be held online. Details will be announced as they become available.
New Horizons - New church plants more effectively reach the lost for Christ. This makes church planting a very effective means of evangelism and discipleship. Part of the DNA of BCBC is belief in the necessity and effectiveness of planting new churches. Are you called to plant a Church?
Don't wander - focus - Whenever a Pastor decides to leave, and leadership is in conflict, the results can be devastating to both leaders and attendees. Much of the district minister's time is spent mediating such situations to bring about reconciliation and restoration.