Women’s Ministry Leadership Roundtable

Gather with leaders to spend time in prayer together, learn from Kelly King, and develop skills as a leader.


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Looking for opportunities to network with other ministry leaders? We have events across the Commonwealth of Virginia for you to attend.


Mission Projects

Your church can partner with a local feeding ministry or food pantry to meet immediate and urgent needs in the community. 


United in our mission of reaching the world for Christ

The SBC of Virginia is a fellowship of more than 800 local churches dedicated to the fulfillment of the Great Commission. The convention began in 1996 based on a belief in the inerrancy of Scriptures and committed to church planting as a means to reach the world for Christ.

More than anything, the SBC of Virginia’s prayer is that you would know that you are not alone as you strengthen your church, mobilize your church, plant a new church, and revitalize an existing church.

The SBC of Virginia is supported by your church’s contributions through The Cooperative Program and the Vision Virginia Missions Offering.

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Doing more together through the Cooperative Program

Together, our SBC of Virginia churches partner with more than 45,000 churches in the Southern Baptist Convention to spread the Gospel to the nations.