Men’s Ministries

 Growing together in Christ


Family Ministries

The family is one of the most important aspects of the church. Families are essential to the life and growth of the church, and Christ desires for families to grow and learn together. Just as the center of the church is Christ, it is the desire of CBC that Christ be the center of our families. The purpose of Family Ministry at Central is not just to offer programs for children and students, but more importantly, to engage and equip parents to lead and nurture their families as a whole, and to become a staple of the family of God.

Weekly Opportunities

Sunday Morning

Small Groups

Gather in small groups Sunday mornings at 9am for a lively discussion of Biblical subjects with your peers.

Worship

At 10:15 am join with the entire congregation for fervent corporate worship.

Wednesday Discipleship

Dinner

Meet at 5:45pm in the Fellowship Hall for a tasty dinner.

Classes

Classes are available for Men, Women and Coed groups to discuss Biblical principles.

Other opportunities for fellowship, growth and service

Bibles,Books, and Coffee

Men meet in the Fellowship Hall at 6:30am every Thursday for a time of prayer, reading the Word together, great discussions, and especially encouragement. Bring a cup of joe or your favorite morning beverage. This is open to all men.

Sports

Each year participate in softball and volleyball leagues.

Feed the body

Regularly join with the men of the church for breakfast or seasonal meals to build friendship, accountability and Biblical growth.

Missourians On Mission

Missourians on Mission is a mission group that seeks to serve God through construction, sewing and various other ministries. It is made up of individuals from several states who have a desire to use their skills in “BUILDING GOD’S KINGDOM”. The primary emphasis is to construct new churches or add new additions. We focus on 2 projects each year with one project in the state of Missouri and one out of state. Anyone from any state may participate in the group.

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Disaster Relief

Missouri Baptist Disaster Relief is a cooperative, volunteer ministry of the Missouri Baptist Convention and its affiliated churches. Many CBC members have trained for and participate in Disaster Relief events.

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State Baptist conventions have trained more than 24,000 volunteers to respond to national disasters. Trained volunteers affiliate with task-specific disaster relief units operated by state conventions. Services provided include food preparation, cleanup and recovery, chainsaw teams, repair and rebuild, communications, crisis counseling, water purification, child care, and shower units.