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Your Southern Baptists of Texas Convention ministry leaders continue to closely monitor the progress of COVID-19, the coronavirus, in countries around the world and here in Texas. We have been heartened to see the responses of our Southern Baptist churches as they seek to continue their ministries and worship activities in new ways. Our churches are better together even in a day of social distancing.

Read the SBTC Offical Statement on the Coronavirus


Web Conferences

Tune in tomorrow, March 18 at 2pm to learn how to best navigate this time of shifting online. Watch this web conference hosted by the SBTC Communications team to learn more on digital services, streaming on different platforms, online giving, and other helpful topics. The video will be available on the SBTC Website afterwards. Watch live on the SBTC Church Communications Facebook group. JOIN THE GROUP>>

Personal Technology Assistance

Need more help in learning how to manage online ministry? We have qualified people waiting to assist you as you work to better communicate with your church members in this difficult time. Staff can walk you through anything from basic social media assistance to specifics in streaming a service. LEARN MORE>>

At-Home Ministry

As you are at home for longer periods of time with less access to church ministry, there is no better way to fill the time, connect with family, and grow together than digging into God's Word as a family. Check out these free resources for all ages to study together at home. LEARN MORE>>

From LifeWay

With the spread of coronavirus, LifeWay wants to help churches take the appropriate measures to plan, prepare and protect their people from the pandemic. This free training includes four videos, seven ministry-specific checklists and a sample pandemic policy. LEARN MORE>>
SBTC is responding to the current crisis by cancelling, postponing or implementing by virtual means, all events and meetings through April 30. Our staff will not be travelling and we are not asking you to travel for an SBTC event. You can check the web page for an event or contact the hosting department to find out the plan for a specific event. Our prayer is that the situation will be clearer by the end of April and we’ll know how to plan our events going into late spring and summer.
Your SBTC staff is here for you! Please reach out to any one of us if you have a need or question in your church. Visit our Staff Directory for a full list of SBTC staff.

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