Through the generous giving of our CNBC churches to Canadian Missions, we are able to provide grants for mission trips! Funds are given out to churches, students and ministers based on funds available, as well as if the person applying or the trip itself meets qualifications. See below for grant qualifications and applications. Note that there are different qualifications and applictions for churches, students and ministers.
Churches may request grants to cover a portion of the cost to send a volunteer team to help another church or partner with a ministry project. Grants may also go towards a community outreach project.
Students who are members of a CNBC church can apply for a grant toward a portion of the cost of a mission trip to a CNBC/Southern Baptist related ministry across Canada or the world.
Ministers and their spouses can apply for a grant to go on an international mission trip to serve alongside a CNBC/International Mission Board missionary and to build a partnership with that family and their CNBC church.
Applications and links to grant qualifications can be found below. Note that there are different applications and qualifications for each grant.
For more information, email Hanna Greenwood or phone 1-888-442-2272 ext 125. or 403-932-5688 ext 125.
All applications are in fillable PDF format
These can be downloaded to your computer and filled in, saved and emailed; or you can download and print the form and fill out by hand to mail or fax.
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the current FREE version of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
The CNBC is a network of churches who give themselves away for the kingdom of God. With over 400 churches across Canada, we believe that God's primary vehicle for impacting the world is the local church. The role of the CNBC staff is to network churches with each other to see God add New Believers, New Disciplemakers, New Communities of Faith to our family of congregations all who are transforming their communities for the Kingdom of God. Our vision is to see 1000 healthy churches by the year 2020.