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Cooperative program

Cooperative Program

Southern Baptists are a fellowship of over 16.3 million members in approximately 44,223 churches in the United States and Canada. These churches work together through approximately 1,182 associations, 41 state conventions, 1 fellowship, and the Southern Baptist Convention to accomplish through voluntary cooperation far more than they could ever do alone.

The Southern Baptist worldwide missions enterprise is funded in large part through the unique, efficient, and equitable Cooperative Program. A portion of the undesignated tithes and offerings of individuals received by SBC churches becomes Cooperative Program dollars.

Click here for more information on how the cooperative program works and to see how Southern Baptists are working together to reach the nations with the gospel of Christ.


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Lottie Moon

Each December HBC joins with our Southern Baptist brothers and sisters around the nation to participate in the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Every dollar that is collected through this time of charitable donation goes toward the funding of over 6000 missionaries that are serving on foreign soil around the world. For 125 years, the Lottie Moon offering has invested every penny of over 3.5 Billion dollars into making the Gospel of Jesus Christ known around the world.

Click here to learn more about Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.


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Annie Armstrong

Each year, we honor the life and work of Annie Armstrong (1850-1938) when we give to the annual offering for home missions named after her. She was a tireless servant of God and a contagious advocate and supporter of mission efforts throughout the world.

Why Give to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (AAEO)? One hundred percent of dollars given to the AAEO go to support thousands of missionaries and their ministries in the United States and Canada, where three of four people are lost.

The AAEO is much more than an offering envelope and an annual missions-giving emphasis. 100 percent of the funds go towards North American missionary’s salaries and ministry supplies. Those missionaries and supplies will help others hear the message of Christ and respond in faith to His offer of salvation. Time and again our missionaries relate how the offering is their lifeblood. They know that behind each penny given, there is a Southern Baptist who believes in what they do and are affirming the need to equip them to share the gospel with those who need a Savior.

Click here to learn more about Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.