The Cooperative Program

is the unified giving plan which supports almost all missions and ministry which Baptists do together. The Cooperative Program (CP) supports missions and ministries across North Carolina, North America and around the world. 

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How does CP work? Simply!

North Carolina Baptists adopt a Cooperative Program budget each November in their annual meeting. Month by month during the next year, churches send in Cooperative Program dollars to the Convention accountants at the Cary office. They send the money on to the missions and ministry causes, according to that budget.

That, in a nutshell, is the Cooperative Program: Baptists combining their money to greatly increase the ministry and missions work they can do together, ministries which would be impossible for churches working alone.

How can we send more missionaries, start more churches?

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