Association Events

UPDATE DEC. 30, 2020: FROM THE MODERATOR

January 1, 2020 - December 31, 2021   Time: TBA
Location: The North Enoree E&M Baptist Association

**** MESSAGE From The Moderator ****

My Brothers and Sisters In Christ, I give thanks and praises to our Lord and Savior Jesus the Christ.

I hope and pray that you had a blessed Christmas and I'm looking forward to seeing you, my brothers and sisters of this great association. 

We all have seen and been in some difficult days during this year of 2020.  We have lost loved ones and some of our family members with Covid-19, as well as natural transitions from this world to glory.  

I want to take time to thank our staff, pastors, auxiliary presidents and churches for your contributions and support. Let's continue to send in our contributions with the best that we can do.

For the safety of all, we haven't been able to meet because of the Covid-19 pandemic, and we are still advised to be safe and careful, taking precaution in wearing masks, sanitizing and social distancing as well.  

Therefore, all of our events are canceled until further notice. We are praying that 2021 will be a better year for all of us. 

May the Lord be with us in this season until we meet again.

God Bless All,

Rev. Dr. John W. Wilkins
Moderator

HELP PRESERVE BLACK HISTORY

February 22, 2021 - December 31, 2021   Time: TBA
Contact: Martin-Webb Baptist Learn   Phone: 864-271-7575   Email: mwblc@aol.com  

HELP PRESERVE BLACK HISTORY

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What is now known as The Martin-Webb Baptist Learning Center-Home of N J Brockman School of Theology, officially began in 1952 when Southern Baptist and National Baptist came together to sponsor training and to nurture local black ministers and lay persons.


Greenville had never had a black religious college until the N J Brockman School of Theology was introduced.  There was always a special need for continuing religious education for church leaders in the African-American community.  Many of the present leaders in Greenville and the surrounding area were trained at the center.

Martin-Webb was later sponsored by three Baptist Associations; however,   we have lost the support of two of those associations.  We have tried, in vain, to maintain financial fluency by offering additional workshops and classes.  Unfortunately, this has not helped consistently.  To reach our potential, the center needs funding.  As a former student of the N. J. Brockman School of Theology, we feel you have a sense of loyalty to this school and want to see it continue as a resource available to you and others.  As a business owner in you want to preserve history, as a Greek organization you see why itís important to support this school.  Please help keep Martin-Webb open and thriving.  As a 501C(3) organization we need your help.

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