missions and outreach
Community Bible Church is passionate about Missions and Outreach, both locally and globally. Here's a short list of some ministries that we partner with or support.
For a more complete list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
On September 17th we had our 2017 Vision Rally. This Sunday consisted of the Bridge church joining us up on the mountain for our worship service. We plan to work together in ministry with the Bridge Church down in Cullowhee as well as many other churches all over the world including Nepal, Scotland, Ukraine and Japan.
To be more informed of this vision CBC has, please watch our service online here, or contact Leah for more information.
Smoky Mountain Pregnancy Center
The Smoky Mountain Pregnancy Care Center is dedicated to saving lives and protecting futures in Macon and Jackson County. For more information contact Jenny Golding
To find out more about SMPCC and to get involved, contact the Cullowhee office at 828-293-3600 or the
Franklin office at 828-349-3200
"Agape" is a Greek word describing the "highest form of love." That is the mission of the Agape Garden,
to show the highest form of love to those in need by meeting their physical needs.
This vegetable, herb, and flower garden is located on Community Bible Church's campus. The garden is tended by church members and volunteers. Harvested produce from the garden is used to feed those in need, as well as donated to area food pantries.
For more information, contact
International Partnerships is a ministry committed to reaching the leaders and influencers of the former Soviet Union for Christ, helping them grown spiritually and plant churches.
They provide supplies to those in war-torn Ukraine, meeting their physical needs as a way to fulfill their spiritual needs. As well as providing summer camps and ESL classes to engage those around them.
For more information, visit ipministry.org.
The Bridge Church meets on the campus of Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC, ministering to both college students and families in the surrounding community. They launched in 2012, with the
mission of helping those around them
bridge the gap from death to life.
For more information, visit www.thebridgechurchnc.com.