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The Conference of Baptist Ministers in Massachusetts has been promoting the union and usefulness of American Baptist clergy since 1829, that is for the past 191 years. Though we have a rich history, we are facing challenging realities in the 21st century...
As we continue to find our way during these demanding times, it's important to explore our feelings. Of one thing we can be sure, many of us are grieving. We are grieving the deaths of beloved family, church members, friends and strangers. We are grieving losses of safety, personal freedoms, economic stability, trust, and so much more. Yet, even when struggling, we show up, preaching a Word of hope and life. There are conversations we need to have. To help you take care of yourselves, CBMM has scheduled monthly conversations for clergy and chaplains on Zoom to share your stories, lament, rejoice, grieve and talk about COVID-19, systemic racism and whatever else is on your minds and hearts.
Your volunteer CBMM Board of Directors is a Christ centered, collaborative leadership team who exemplifies spiritual maturity and faithful commitment to the membership.
To enhance the work of clergy, candidates and professional church leaders, CBMM partners with The Center for Career Development and Ministry to offer high quality programs and workshops at deeply discounted cost, and in many cases, at no cost to CBMM members.
CBMM provides a wide variety of free, professional resources for your career and ministerial development, including a template for covenant in conversation.