Affiliations

 

Wake Forest Baptist Church is a body of believers who are seeking to fulfill, through the power and guidance of the Holy Spirit, the "Great Commission” (Matthew 28:18-20). We are called to share and show the love of Jesus Christ. One way that we do this is in partnership with other like-minded believers at the local, state, and national levels. The following are those with whom we are affiliated in carrying out this work and witness:

LOCAL – Raleigh Baptist Association

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www.raleighbaptists.org

The Raleigh Baptist Association is a fellowship of congregations committed to joining God where He is at work in our world through the intentional pursuit of a future for every church and a church for every person. Linking the Great Commission to Church Mission for Kingdom Growth. Matthew 28: 19-20

STATE – Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina

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Each of the words in our name - Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina - is important to our identity. But perhaps Fellowship holds the greatest insight into who we are as an organization.

  • We are a fellowship of churches and individuals who voluntarily cooperate to do together what we could never accomplish alone, for the Kingdom of God.
  • We bring together people of shared interests, activities, beliefs and experience.
  • We provide companionship along our shared journey to be the presence of Christ in the world.
  • We serve each other as equals.

NATIONAL – Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

We are a fellowship of Baptist Christians and churches who share a passion for the Great Commission of Jesus Christ and a commitment to Baptist principles of faith and practice. Made up of individuals and approximately 1,900 partner churches, the Fellowship has an annual budget of $16 million and a foundation with an additional $30 million to provide resources for churches and send global missions field personnel to the most neglected people groups in the world.
The Fellowship partners with 15 theology schools and seminaries with a combined enrollment of about 1,800 students. More than 550 chaplains are endorsed by the Fellowship, which serves chaplains and pastoral counselors in all specialized settings.
The Fellowship has a paid staff of about 65 employees in addition to the approximately 150 Global Missions field personnel. The Fellowship considers the Atlanta Resource Center to be its home office.
The Fellowship also partners with 19 state and regional CBF organizations.