NC Baptists launches redesigned website to better serve churches • Biblical Recorder

As part of a global rebranding effort to highlight NC Baptists as a movement of churches in mission together, the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC) launched a newly redesigned website on 2 June.

The new site features a refreshed design to ncbaptist.org which also includes enhanced navigation features aimed at better serving pastors, churches, ministry leaders and others across North Carolina.

“As NC Baptists, we are a movement of churches on mission together,” said Todd Unzicker, Executive Director-Treasurer of NC Baptist. “We seek to connect churches to relationships and resources that fuel mission partnerships across the state and around the world. Our new website helps us do that better.

One of the site’s new features is an interactive map highlighting the various regional NC Baptist catalysts serving across the state. The interactive map makes it easy for churches, pastors, and fellowship mission strategists to discover, contact, and connect with the catalyst in their area when ministry needs arise.

The site also features improved navigation and an improved search function that puts a variety of resources at the fingertips of NC Baptists. Also included is a variety of editorial and video content aimed at sharing stories of how God is at work in churches across the state.

The launch of the new website comes a week after NC Baptists unveiled a new logo that reflects and highlights NC Baptists as a movement of churches in mission together. More information and downloads of the new logo are available at ncbaptist.org/brand-guide.

Another feature of the new website is a revamped online store offering a wide selection of apparel and merchandise with the new NC Baptist logo. The shop is accessible by visiting ncbaptist.org/merch.

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