The churches that make up the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches have made the choice to work cooperatively and share resources because we recognize that we can do far more together than we could ever imagine if we were individual churches. We are Stronger.Together.
Individuals and churches are very conscious of their budgets and want to ensure that every dollar counts. Every cent of every dollar for United in Mission goes toward mission (whether locally or globally) for everything we do – whether in relation to evangelizing, teaching, or serving/resourcing. It’s about accomplishing our shared mission together of being churches helping churches grow passionate disciples!
- Churches are encouraged to have United in Mission as a regular line item in their annual budgets. This ongoing commitment is the most important part of investing in our shared mission and has significant impact here and around the world.
- Individuals can be a part of this important partnership as well. If you have a passion for the effectiveness and long-term health of all of our churches of varying sizes and contexts, then please come on board as one of our individual supporters.
If you would like someone from our office to come and speak about our shared mission, please contact us.
You can help our ministries by donating to our United in Mission fund:
- By Mail: Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches 1655 Manawagonish Road, Saint John, NB E2M 3Y2
- Online: www.canadahelps.org
December Communion Offering
Many churches have monthly communion offerings, often as an opportunity for individuals to support their local church’s benevolence programs. Each year churches are encouraged to designate their December communion offerings to the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches. These funds are then used to offer supplemental support in the form of a monetary gift to numerous disabled or retired Ministers, as well to the spouses of deceased pastors, who are facing particular financial needs, often because of limited pension provisions. These monies are also used throughout the year to provide emergency financial assistance to Ministers and their families.