May 10, 2021
Letter from Rob & Angie Jackson
Catawba Baptist Church,
We thank God for you and your faithfulness to give towards advancing the kingdom of God! Your generous monthly gift helps us stay on the field in Portugal planting churches and making disciples among the Portuguese people. We feel so honored to be called by God to take this life giving message, but to be able to do so with your help blesses us greatly! Thank you to all who have personally given and to all who have prayed for us! We love you all dearly!
In Christ Alone,
The Jackson Five
February 26, 2021
Urgent Prayer Alert From Franklin Graham
The Equality Act has passed in the house but will be more challenging to pass in the Senate. Please pray that the Senate will realize the negative effects of the legislation, as outlined below by Franklin Graham, and will vote against it.
Visit this link to read the article: Urgent Prayer Alert From Franklin Graham
February 11, 2021
Letter from Doug Jolly and Family
January 31, 2021
World Hunger Day
January 22, 2021
Wednesday Night Children Activities
January 22, 2021
Adopt a Daycare Staff Member
January 3, 2021
Wednesday Night, January 6th
Happy New Year! I am looking forward to seeing what God does in and through Catawba Baptist Church during 2021. He "is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us" and He deserves glory and honor (Eph. 3:20-21).
Because of the rise in covid cases and to be as safe as possible after the Christmas holidays, children and youth will not be meeting this Wednesday night, January 6. We will have Bible Study and Prayer in the Worship Center. Thank you for your prayers as we navigate covid during this new year. -Pastor Ron
December 30, 2020
There are no Wednesday night activities tonight. Thank you for your faithfulness during 2020. And I pray that God will bless you abundantly in 2021! He is able to do far above all we can ask or think (Eph. 3:20). -Pastor Ron
December 24, 2020
Christmas Eve Service
If you want to enjoy some good Christmas music and fellowship and listen to a short sermon, join us at the Catawba Baptist Church Christmas Eve Service tonight at 6:00. If you cannot make it in person, you can watch it online on our website at https://www.catawbalive.com/wednesday-prayer-meeting/ or on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CatawbaBapstist
December 18, 2020
Letter from the Mary and Dena McAnally
Dear Church Family,
We recently received a large gift of money given through the church for our ministry and we want to express thanks. The money is timely given as it will help us address various needs in the Isaan Thailand ministry that are coming before us. We are thankful for those who donated this money. We wish all of our church family a very blessed Christmas and ask you to pray for the Christmas outreach events happening in December so many Isaan villagers will come to Christ!
Marty and Dena McAnally
December 14, 2020
Yesterday, December 13, the church voted to affirm the 2021 budget and approved the proposal to use about $42,000 from Fruit That Remains to pay for recent and future work at the Connection (the two AC Units for the Sanctuary, asphalt work, and repairing the roof). The church also approved the proposal to use Fruit That Remains to build a regular construction building to house the three buses and provide storage at a cost of about $50,000.
December 14, 2020
The Catawba Sports Ministry Team has decided to cancel winter sports (basketball and cheer) because of COVID-19. Social distancing in a gym and playing basketball is difficult, and we want to be safe. Thank for your understanding. Because it is outside, playing baseball in the spring should be no problem.
December 11, 2020
We are voting this Sunday on the budget and two proposals as follows. If you need a copy of the budget by email, request it from . These proposals are coming from Property and Space, Stewardship, Personnel, Deacons, and Church Council.
Proposal 1: We propose that we use about $42,000 from Fruit That Remains to pay for recent and future work at the Connection: the two AC Units for the Sanctuary, asphalt work, and repairing the roof.
Proposal 2: We also propose that we use Fruit That Remains to build a regular construction building to house the three buses and provide storage. The cost for the building would be about $50,000. It would have three automatic garage doors and trusses that would enable storage in the attic