OUR Community

  • CCBC Preschool and Kindergarten

    Welcome to Cape Carteret Baptist Preschool and After School!

    We're excited to give local families a safe environment where their children can have fun and learn about Jesus.

    "Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent." John 17:3

    The Preschool meets Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 8:30 to Noon starting the Day after Labor Day and running through Memorial Day. These classes are for preschoolers 2 to 4 years old by August 31.​

    WHEN: Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri


    COST: Registration Fee: $265 | Monthly Tuition: $265 (includes all ages)

    Kindergarten meets Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 12:30 starting the Day after Labor Day and running through Memorial Day. Kindergarten is for students who are 5 years old by August 31.​

    WHEN: Monday - Friday


    COST: Registration Fee: $325 | Monthly Tuition: $325 (includes all ages)

  • PIPEline - CCBC After School Program

    . . . never be thirsty again. - John 4:13-14

    Pipeline is an after-school program for children K - 5th Grade. This is a ministry of Cape Carteret Baptist Church designed to give children a safe and loving environment where they can make friends and learn about Jesus

    WHEN: Monday - Friday from 3pm - 6pm

    COST: Registration: $150 | Monthly Tuition: $100 (tuition assistance available)

    For more information, contact Roxie Gardner at 252-393-2417 or email roxie@ccbcnow.com

  • Community Impact Team

    "Empowered by God, the mission of the Community Impact Team is to Inform, Awaken and Engage CCBC to impact our culture for the glory of God."

    The Community Impact Team is a ministry of Cape Carteret Baptist Church. We work to build up the body of the church by informing the leadership and members about important issues, equipping the church to be able to engage these issues, alerting the church when prayer and action is needed, and mobilizing the church to take specific actions to address these issues.

  • Night to Shine - Tim Tebow Foundation

    Night to Shine is a complimentary event for people with special needs hosted by local churches around the world. The event is open to anyone living with disabilities, ages 14 and older. Although each event is a little bit different, some activities included are a red carpet entrance, limousine rides, dancing, karaoke, gifts, a catered dinner, a Respite Room for parents and caregivers, a crowning ceremony where every honored guest will receive a crown or tiara, and more – Night to Shine is a celebration of God’s love for YOU, our Kings and Queens!

    To attend Night to Shine as an honored guest, you will register through your local host church location and once registered, your local host location will provide all necessary information to you about attending Night to Shine.

    Learn more about Night to Shine
  • Summer Bible Adventure

    Summer Bible Adventure is the Cape Carteret Baptist version of Vacation Bible School. But who wants to go back to school in the summer?

    We want to go on an adventure with Jesus, digging into His Word, growing in relationship with Him!

  • Upward Basketball and Cheer

    Connecting families + building communities.

    WHAT: Upward exist to promote the discovery of Jesus through sports. At CCBC we do that through basketball and cheerleading.

    WHEN: Jan. through Mid-March

    QUESTIONS: Doug Cowley doug.cowley221@gmail.com

    Learn more about upward: https://www.upward.org/

  • Atlantic Baptist Association

    Address: 602 Miller Blvd, Havelock, NC 28532

    Phone: (252) 447-4593

OUR State

  • Baptist on Mission

    The VISION of B.O.M. is "Every Christian sharing God's love with hurting people through word and deed". There are 19 ministries of Baptists on Mission. We believe that all Christians are called, gifted and sent. Our desire is to help churches involve their members (women, men and students) in missions and ministry in Jesus' name.

    Baptist on Mission

    Seeks to:

    -Initiate and Network to discover mission needs.

    -Educate and Disciple people concerning their own spiritual growth, gifts and abilities.

    -Motivate and Lead people in meeting those mission needs.

    Baptists on Mission is an auxiliary to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. The Baptist State Convention's Website is www.ncbaptist.org


    Ag Missions, Aviation Missions, Baptist Builders, Baptist Educators, Church Renewal, College Missions, Compassion Ministries, Disaster Recovery, Disaster Relief, Family Foundations, International Missions, Medical Missions, Men’s Ministry, National Missions, Prayer Support, Children's Missions, Sports/Recreation, State Missions and Student Mobilization.


    We are a Christian missions organization that is an auxiliary to the Baptist State Convention of NC. The purpose of Baptists on Mission is to help churches involve their members in missions. At times, non-Christians/non-church members may also participate with us in certain ministries and projects or donate to these mission causes. We welcome others to come and see that God gives new life to us through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. While participating with us, we expect all volunteers (Christian and non-Christians) to not say or act in opposition to our Statement of Beliefs. Click here to see the full Statement of Beliefs for Baptists on Mission.

  • North Carolina Baptist State Convention

    N.C. Baptists have partnered together since 1830 as a way for churches to accomplish more for God’s kingdom.

    We believe we can do more together as N.C. Baptists embrace a unifying vision to take the gospel of Jesus Christ to all the nations. Local, autonomous churches voluntarily work together to support missions and ministries near and far.

    Gifts through the Cooperative Program and the North Carolina Missions Offering make the mission possible.

    Convention staff operate under the supervision of a board of directors, which is comprised of pastors and lay people from partnering churches across the state.

    Our Beliefs

    Our beliefs reflect the scriptural truths presented in the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.

    Our Mission & Vision

    We are a movement of churches on mission together.

  • North American Mission Board

    The Church is God’s plan—you are God’s plan—to reach North America and the nations with the hope of the gospel, and the North American Mission Board is here to help.

    An estimated 281,000,000 people in North America do not have a relationship with Jesus.

    We can rewrite that story; we can change the statistics when everyday people get up, step out in faith and use their lives on mission for God. But this isn’t just the North American Mission Board’s story or even the Southern Baptist Convention’s story. This is God’s story. This is your church’s story. This is your story, and our goal is to help you find your role in that story and equip you to fill it until we see every Christian—every church on mission—sending the hope of the gospel across North America.

    Because, bottom line, everything we do...

    It's all about the gospel.

  • Annie Armstrong Easter Offering

    What is the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering?

    The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (AAEO) is the primary way Southern Baptists fund missions in North America. One hundred percent of gifts given to AAEO go to the field to support more than 2,900 missionary families serving across the United States and Canada.

    How do your gifts make a difference?

    Gifts to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering are used to train and resource missionaries in church planting and compassion ministries. Gifts are also used to create evangelism resources. New churches are being planted, hurts are being healed and lives are being transformed by the gospel because you give.



OUR World

  • Missions to Myanmar

    CCBC has completed several missions trips to Myanmar and supports continual missions work in this region.

    Our Commitment to Myanmar

    Patrick and Diana Williams make annual mission trips to Myanmar to train local church leaders. The Eastern Pwo Karen people are considered to be an unreached people group. It is estimated that there are only about 250-500 born-again believers in this group of some 750,000 people whose major religion is Buddhism. Our church is involved with teaching pastors, church leaders, and others how to take the gospel to a lost and dying world. It is the Eastern Pwo Karen who must take the gospel to the world around them.

    Our main goal is to leave a “footprint” behind us by training local believers who have a compelling desire to reach the lost how to plant evangelical churches in southern Myanmar. We are equipping these few believers with the tools necessary to evangelize the lost and to disciple new believers. All of the teaching work we do here is translated into the written Burmese language as these people have very little written information about God’s Word. We are to make disciples and we are to teach them what Jesus commanded.

  • International Missions Board

    The greatest problem in the world is lostness.

    The only solution to this problem is the gospel.

    Together, Southern Baptists send IMB missionaries to be steadfastly present among people and places where Jesus is not named or known.

    Southern Baptists send IMB missionaries to be steadfastly present among those who have never heard the gospel — people in cities, people in hard-to-reach places, and people who are dispersed and displaced around the world.

    At the IMB, we believe that missionary presence cultivates gospel access, gospel belief, and church planting and multiplication. Gospel access that knows no geographic or social boundary. Gospel belief that results in lives transformed. Church planting and multiplication that leads to local ownership of God’s mission.

    God has made our purpose clear. Together, we seek to take the gospel to every nation, all tribes and peoples and languages. We give ourselves to this mission every day.

  • Lottie Moon Christmas Offering


    Growing up in Virginia, Lottie Moon and her siblings chose to rebel

    against Christianity. At 18, Lottie followed Christ and was baptized.

    When she was 33, she sailed to China as a Southern Baptist

    missionary. She saw firsthand the world's greatest problem


    In letters to Southern Baptists in America, she

    pleaded for increasing prayer and giving. Her

    letters raised more support for missionaries

    to be sent to China.

    Every year, Southern Baptists collect the

    Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® where

    100% of the gifts collected send and

    support missionaries.

  • Global Health Outreach

    CCBC has had a number of members join trips to Nicaragua and El Salvador over the past 5 years. This is a great opportunity for anyone being called to “taste” short-term international missions in a safe, well organized and friendly environment, with local friends and family.

    Global Health Outreach (GHO) is the division of the Christian Medical and Dental Association dedicated to providing both medical care and spiritual healing to people of third world countries around the globe through short-term mission trips. These medical mission trips, staffed by doctors, dentists, pharmacists, nurses and logistical support volunteers, are assisted by a team of local Christian interpreters to minister to the needs of people in impoverished areas. The patients hear the gospel message at every step in the process; by the local pastors when they apply for care through a local church, by the nurses during triage, when receiving treatment by the doctors and dentists and during special church services held during the week. In addition, their children get to participate in a vacation Bible school program while the patient is waiting for treatment.