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Amy McClureThe purposes of Baptist Women in Ministry in North Carolina (BWIM, NC) are to provide a network of support, fellowship, worship, advocacy and education for Baptist women and men who are seeking to honor God’s call in Christ to women in all areas of mission and ministry, lay or ordained; and to dialogue and share information with North Carolina Baptists concerning women in missions and ministry for the purpose of increasing understanding and awareness of our calling as women and men in Christ.

We go about these purposes through connecting, affirming, discerning, supporting, networking, and empowering.

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Summer 2015 Newsletter

The BWIMNC Summer 2015 Newsletter is now online! Enjoy!

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Welcome New Pastors to NC

BWIMNC welcomes Emily Hull McGee as Pastor of FBC Winston-Salem and Stacy Nowell as Pastor of FBC Huntersville. Click here to read the press release from FBC Winston-Salem.   Click here to visit the FBC Huntersville website for more information on Stacy and the church.

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Homegrown: NC Women’s Preaching Festival

October 22-23, 2015, Thursday & Friday HOMEGROWN: NC Women’s Preaching Festival Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church, Durham, NC In an ecumenical spirit of love and collegiality, we will lift up the voices of local clergywomen to encourage and inspire, to share and learn, and to hone our craft. Together we will hear wonderful preaching from conference […]

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BWIMNC 2015 Convocation

Join us for our annual Convocation on Thursday, March 19, 10am at Sardis Baptist Church, 5811 Sardis Road in Charlotte.   We’ll gather for an informal breakfast, celebrate all God has done this past year and join our hearts in worship. Look forward to seeing you there! Please register for childcare for preschoolers and younger by […]

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Traci Bunn Powers “Where Are They Now?” Interview

Traci Bunn Powers was the first BWIMNC Scholarship recipient at Campbell University Divinity School in 1998-1999. Your support helped fund her education and prepare her for a vibrant life serving God’s people. 1) Tell us about what you’ve been up to since your time in Divinity School ? 2000 Graduated from Campbell University Divinity School […]

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