Introducing the new NC Baptist website

November 1, 2018

You probably noticed that things look a little different around here. Welcome to the newly redesigned Baptist State Convention of North Carolina website, which officially launches today (Nov. 1).

The new site features an updated design, improved navigation, and new resources and features that are all aimed at giving users an enhanced online experience that emphasizes accessibility and ease of use.

So whether you’re searching for a ministry of interest or looking for an upcoming event to attend, the new site is intended to deliver content and information that’s relevant to you and accessible wherever you are.

Some highlights of the new site include:

  • A new responsive design that optimizes the site for viewing on your computer, tablet or mobile device.

  • A reorganized site navigation that allows you to find a ministry or area of interest quickly and easily through a simple, streamlined and modern interface.

  • A vast array of resources, articles, videos, event listings and more that highlight ministry leaders, pastors, missionaries and others. 

  • A new online classroom that offers free, high-quality training materials aimed at helping you and your church fulfill its divinely appointed mission to impact lostness and make disciples. 


Take a look around and check out these and other exciting new resources and features.

And while you’re here, sign up for our monthly email newsletter to stay informed about the work God is doing through North Carolina Baptists in our state and beyond.

by Chad Austin /  Communications Team  /  Baptist State Convention of North Carolina

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