We are a fellowship of churches and individuals who are committed to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ


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JUNE 7-9, 2018

 

For a dozen years, the churches of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Kentucky have shared Jesus' mission of good news to the poor in McCreary County, Kentucky!  ExtremeBuild, a mission through CBF Kentucky, has faithfully constructed twelve houses for deserving families. Over those years, many volunteers have devoted countless hours to construction, from foundation to flowerbeds. CBF Kentucky churches have given generously in support. 
 
This year is a Jubilee year for ExtremeBuild. We remain committed to McCreary County, but our work is a little different.  Instead of new construction, we will attend to some of the many needs in the county in existing housing. We are looking at repairing a county park, tearing down an old playground and putting up a new one and repairing a meeting area, so they can have groups meet there again.  Our ministry will be reaching out to the whole county!  In addition, we'll repair roofs, fix windows, paint walls, clean up yards, and more, as the people of McCreary County have need. As always, we'll do both skilled and supervised work for people of all ages, skill, and experience. We're calling it our Repair Affair Edition!

We will start with a dinner, orientation and assignments on Thursday night, spend two full days working, including a celebration on  Friday night.  Start talking it up in your churches.  We need you, whatever your skill level!

You can register on EventBrite.  Search for "CBF Kentucky Repair Affair 2018", in Whitley City, Kentucky," or click here.


If you have any questions, you can contact the CBF Office atoffice@cbfky.org or call us at (502)426-1931.

For a dozen years, the churches of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Kentucky have shared Jesus' mission of good news to the poor in McCreary County, Kentucky!  ExtremeBuild, on mission through CBF Kentucky, has faithfully constructed twelve houses for deserving families. Over those years, many volunteers have devoted countless hours to construction, from foundation to flowerbeds. CBF Kentucky churches have given generously in support. 
 
This year is a Jubilee year for ExtremeBuild. We remain committed to McCreary County, but our work is a little different.  Instead of new construction, we will attend to some of the many needs in the county in existing housing. We are looking at repairing a county park, tearing down an old playground and putting up a new one, repairing a meeting area, so they can have groups meet there again.  Our ministry will be reaching out to the whole county!  In addition, we'll repair roofs, fix windows, paint walls, clean up yards, and more, as the people of McCreary County have need. As always, we'll do both skilled and supervised work for people of all ages, skill, and experience. We're calling it our Repair Affair Edition!

We will start with an dinner, orientation and assignments on Thursday night, spend two full days working, including a celebration on  Friday night.  Start talking it up in your churches.  We need you, whatever your skill level!

You can register on EventBrite.  Search for "CBF Kentucky Repair Affair 2018", in Whitley City, Kentucky," or click here.


If you have any questions, you can contact the CBF Office atoffice@cbfky.org or call us at (502)426-1931.


 

 

 

 

 

 

What do we do?

CBF Kentucky is a fellowship of churches and individuals who are committed to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. CBF Kentucky’s mission is three-fold: 1) to help churches partner with one another and with other organizations that share a similar philosophy and goal; 2) to provide resources for churches and individuals as they do their work; and 3) to encourage involvement in missions and ministries in local communities, throughout the state, and globally.

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Missions is the number one priority of CBF Kentucky.  We believe in "The Miracle of Partnerships" - a phrase coined by John Lepper during Extreme Build 2010. Taking our meager assets and combing them with the meager assets of other churches, individuals, and community leaders - we learn that God still accomplishes miracles through the works of our hands. Join us for one of our missions experiences.

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CBF Kentucky relies on the partnerships of churches, organizations, and individuals in order to live out our mission. Click the links below to connect with our partners.