Over the last two years, CBFVA has sought out partners that help us achieve our mission and that we can help with our own gifts. This year, we want to double down on partnering with you and your local church.

What are you passionate about? What is God calling you to do? Once you get clear on this, reach out to CBFVA and let us help you complete that mission. You are the expert on your church and your local community. CBFVA has partnerships that can help you achieve God’s call for your congregation. If you need help discerning your call, we would be happy to support you in that process.

    Our Partners

    Baptist Joint Committee

    BJC brings people together to tackle today’s serious threats to religious liberty.

    Baptist Women in Ministry

    BWIM seeks to draw together women and men in partnership with God to illuminate, advocate, and nurture the gifts and graces of women.

    Bible Studies

    CBFVA is pleased to provide Bible Study packets for you and your community to connect and grow in God’s word.

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    Bread for the World

    A Christian advocacy organization urging decision makers to pursue a world without hunger.

    CBF Global Missions

    Supporting the presence of field personnel in the US and around the globe.

    Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

    CBF is a Christian network of individuals and churches working together to spread the hope of Christ

    CBF Mid-Atlantic

    CBFMA serves Baptist churches and Christians as they discover and fulfill their God-given mission.

    Faith Formation

    CBFVA fosters life-long faith formation through leadership coaching, blogs, equipping experiences, student events, retreats, and thematic studies.

    Field Personnel

    CBFVA has formalized mission partnerships with three CBF field personnel who have ties to Virginia: Sue and Greg Smith in Northern Virginia; Josh and Jessica Hearne in Danville, Virginia; and Jenny Jenkins in Haiti.

    Local Churches

    CBFVA is excited to partner with local congregations as they seek to live out God’s call in their community.

    Mission Madness

    Mission Madness is a weekend retreat, usually held in the Spring, that focuses on sending students out to do mission work in local communities. Mission Madness is always based at a local church with participants spending the night in local hotels. 

    Passport Camps

    Founded in 1993, Passport is a national non-profit working for integrated, ecumenical weeks of summer.

    Rise Against Hunger

    Rise Against Hunger is on the road to end hunger, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Goal #2 of Zero Hunger.


    Student.Church provides congregational internships to students who are interested in a deeper experience of church life or pursuing a call to ministry.


    Student.Go provides opportunities for college and graduate students to serve with our field personnel and ministry partners.

    Student Fall Retreat

    Fall Retreat is a weekend retreat, usually held in September or early October, that focuses on the spiritual formation of students. This event happens at either Eagle Eyrie or at Camp Crossroads.

    Together for Hope

    Together for Hope is a rural development coalition engaging the 301 counties of persistent rural poverty in America.

    Young Adult Network

    The CBF Young Adult Network exists to connect young adults under 35 to one another and the ministry and mission of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.