Assisting Churches In Making Disciples

 

The Kansas-Nebraska Convention of Southern Baptists (KNCSB) is a group of churches affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Headquartered in Topeka, Kansas, the convention is made up of 12 Baptist associations and more than 460 churches.

Churches

Across Two States

KNCSB is the cooperation of 450+ Kansas and Nebraska churches and missions

Church Members

Being Equipped For Ministry

We aim to help the local church enable and equip its members for ministry

People Needing The Gospel

In Our Mission Field

The population of our mission field of Kansas and Nebraska

Recent News And Resources

 

OCTOBER 2020 MISSION BOARD DENOMINEE PANEL DISCUSSION

 

Open the link below to view the entire October, 2020 Mission Board Meeting held at CrossPoint Church, Salina, Kansas

OCTOBER 2020 MISSION BOARD MEETING VIDEO LINK

 

CORONA VIRUS INFORMATION: KNCSB will be posting regular updates about the postponement, cancellation, or online options for upcoming calendared KNCSB events on our Facebook Page (links in blue above and below). Additionally, we will share resources on that page to assist our churches with the new reality of the coming weeks. KNCSB Facebook Page

Open the following links to find the maps for Priority Counties in Kansas and Nebraska with no SBC or other Evangelical work. These counties were highlighted at the 2019 Annual Meeting in Lexington, NE.

Kansas County Map 2019 – By Associations

Nebraska County Map 2019 – By Associations

The following Kansas-Nebraska Convention of Southern Baptists proposed amendments to the Constitution were presented at the 2019 KNCSB Annual Meeting in Lexington, Nebraska. Our Constitution requires that amendments be presented for consideration at an Annual Meeting and voted on the following Annual Meeting. So these proposed Amendments will be voted on during the 2020 KNCSB Annual Meeting at Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kansas.

KNCSB Constitution Proposed Amendments

 

KNCSB ANNUAL MEETING NEWS AND ANNUAL REPORTS

Please consider a love offering for WCC

Please consider a love offering for WCC

The year 2020 was tough for Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kan., said Mari Parker, WCC administrator. “We missed people on campus. Hard decisions had to be made in regards to employee positions, pay and hours going into 2021,” she said. But “2020 was good! “God...

Plan now to attend Super Summer 2021

Plan now to attend Super Summer 2021

As followers of Jesus, we are not supposed to be like the world; we are called to be different. Join us at Super Summer 2021 as we “Return to Abnormal” based on Romans 12:1-2. Preregistration began Wednesday, Jan. 6, and ends Feb. 28. Find more information at...