On September 30th, we recognize the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and invite our churches to take part in observance. This day is important for all who live within Canada, and for our family of Atlantic Baptist churches this holds additional significance. Observing this… Read More »
Oasis, our annual Assembly, is happening online this year—August 13-14, 2021. Registration is now open! Head to oasis.baptist-atlantic.ca.
Throughout the month of February, we were honoured to be able to share weekly videos recorded by AUBA church leaders, sharing stories that are important to Canadian (and Atlantic Baptist) Black history. We invite you to watch all of these videos in this post…. Read More »
If you’re a paid pastoral leader in a CBAC church, you’re invited to sign up for a Zoom check-in this month. All we’re going to do is encourage and pray for one another! These are intended to be small groups (max 16 per gathering). Choose… Read More »
We are less than one week away from our annual meeting of members, held online on Thursday, January 21st at 7:00pm. There is still time for your church or association to register delegates! Register here (we will send you a Zoom link this week) Documents… Read More »
Today, we regret to announce our Special Meeting of Members on Dec. 9th, 2020 is cancelled. CBAC Executive Minister Rev. Dr. Peter Reid and CBAC President Andrew Hopper shared statements along with the announcement. In brief: CBAC Council has granted permission for the Dec…. Read More »
We’re excited for CBAC Sunday in October 2020! This year, we’re inviting our churches to choose a Sunday in October which works best for them to celebrate God’s work through our Atlantic Baptist family. Visit the CBAC Sunday page for more details and resources
“Then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and of one mind.” Dr. Peter Reid, CBAC Executive Minister, shared this video message with our family of ministries today.
We’ve seen God show up. And we know that there is hope, and we have this anchor for our souls. Our Executive Minister, Dr. Peter Reid, shared this video message with our CBAC family today. The following is a transcript of the video above from… Read More »
“Today I come to you with great sadness and a deep sense of loss, as we try to make sense of the terrible events that unfolded across northern Nova Scotia over the weekend. To the families who lost loved ones, let me say we grieve… Read More »