Support Starting Churches

Over the last year, there have been at least six specific ethnic churches begun in SC through churches stepping up, embracing God’s heart for the nations, doing the work involved in recruiting and supporting trained ethnic church planters, and seeing them begin to reach people in their own languages. The best way to see unreached people come to faith, learn to follow Jesus, and reach others is by starting new churches. Through partnerships with Baptist Association, local churches and the SCBC, there are now Indian, Haitian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Filipino congregations at various stages of development. It is exciting to be a part of the work that God is doing to build His kingdom. Our SEND team at SCBC stands ready to help you with this task as we serve together in God’s great Kingdom story.  

What is your next step?

  • What is the largest ethnic group in your area that needs a new church?  
  • What ethnic people group is God leading you and your church to engage?
  • What resources are needed to start a new church among this people group?  


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