Welcome! Meet your NCBCWEA board president

January 10, 2022

Hello from your Church Weekday Education Association Board! I am Kim Jones, your North Carolina Baptist Church Weekday Education Association (NCBCWEA) board president. I would like to introduce myself for those of you who have not met me.

I am the family ministry director at Cape Carteret Baptist Church, where I have been on staff for 15 years. I started in ministry here as a preschool teacher. From there, I became the children’s ministry director, added preschool director and am now the family ministry director with oversight of ministries for weekdays as well as Sundays/Wednesdays. I love children and their families. I love helping people grow in their walk with Jesus. One of the most amazing things to me is to see a small child’s “lightbulb come on” when they begin to see who Jesus is, and then to see their families start to grow together.

I have served on the board for several years. I love what the NCBCWEA does to help other ministries grow and reach more people with the good news of Jesus. That is why I continue to serve on this board — it is a wonderful opportunity.

We have a lot of things planned for this year. Be on the lookout for information about Church Weekday Conversations, the CWE Summer Conference and much more!

We hope to get to know each of you more this year. As always, please do not hesitate to reach out if you need anything at all. We are here to help centers get started, equip centers that are up and running that need help, and to pray for you all. We want to be on mission together to reach the children and families in your centers.


by Kim Jones 
/  President  /  North Carolina Baptist Church Weekday Education Association

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