Cooperative Baptist Fellowship in Texas


 

Staff

Rick McClatchy, Field Coordinator
Cell: (210) 488-8169
cbftex@aol.com

Jorge Zapata, Associate Coordinator of Missions & Hispanic Ministries
Cell: (956) 873-1537
jorgezapata81@yahoo.com

Rosa Zapata, Office Assistant
silvershoe50@yahoo.com

Mailing Address:
CBF Texas
P.O. Box 15648
San Antonio, TX 78212

Steet Address:
CBF Texas
338 East Summit Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78212

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Calendar

 

September 29, 2019
Texas Impact Interfaith Advocacy Training
St. Paul Presbyterian Church, San Angelo

 

October 2-3, 2019
BJC Conference
Wilshire Baptist Church, Dallas

 

October 2-3, 2019
Amanda Tyler, Speaker
Perkins Seminary, Dallas

 

October 2-4, 2019
Hunger and Poverty Summit
Baylor University, Waco

 

October 9, 2019
Texas Impact Interfaith Advocacy Training
First Presbyterian Church, McAllen

 

October 9-12, 2019
CCDA Conference
Dallas

 

October 14-15, 2019
Fellowship Southwest Board Meeting
First United Methodist Church, Dallas

 

November 4, 2019
BJC Conference
San Antonio

 

November 6, 2019
BJC Conference
South Main Baptist Church, Houston

 

November 13-14, 2019
BJC Conference
Broadway Baptist Church, Fort Worth

 

November 17, 2019
Texas Impact Interfaith Advocacy Training
First Unitarian Universalist Church, San Antonio

 

November 17-19, 2019
BGCT Annual Meeting
Waco

 

November 21, 2019
BJC Conference
Round Rock

 

February 16-18, 2020
Texas Impact Legislative Advocacy Days
Austin

 

February 28, 2020
Texas BWIM Annual Meeting
Truett Seminary, Waco

 

March 3-4, 2020
Shurden Lectures
Perkins Seminary, Dallas

 

April 14-17, 2020
Practicing Resurrection
Spirit of the Desert Retreat Center, AZ

CBF of Texas Leadership

 

Officers
Past Moderator: Kelly Burkhart - Houston
Acting Moderator: Stephanie Nash - Lubbock
Moderator Elect: Garret Vickrey - San Antonio
Recorder: Amy Wilkins - Coppell

 

Terms Expiring 2020
Matthew Broyles - Abilene
Marconi Monteiro - San Antonio
David Morgan - Harker Heights
Cheryl Kimble - Austin

 

Terms Expiring 2021
Craig Taylor - Houston
Wesley Shotwell - Azle
Patty Villarreal - San Antonio
Marcy Mynatt - Temple
Derek Hatch - Brownwood

 

Terms Expiring 2022
Mallory Herridge - Waco
Elias Garcia - Houston
Katelyn McWilliams - Lufkin
Drew Herring - Ft. Worth

 

CBF Texas Regional Groups

DFW Region
Bob Coleman - Dallas/2020
Mike Gregg - Dallas/2020
Michael Mills - Ft. Worth/2021
Patrick Adair - Mesquite/2022
Kristin Sullivan - Ft. Worth/2022

 

Waco/Temple Region
Werth Mayes - Stephenville/2020
Sara Elliot - Nolanville/2021
Sharlande Sledge - Waco/2021
Tiffany Harris - Waco/2022

 

Austin/San Marcos Region
Aurelia Davila Pratt - Round Rock/2021
Mike Phillip - Austin/2021

 

San Antonio/South Texas Region
Lorenzo Ortiz - Laredo/2020
George Zapata, Jr. - Harlingen/2020
Sandra Cisneros- San Antonio/2020
Melba Zapata - Harlingen/2021
Rolando Aguirre - McAllen/2021
Debbie Potter- San Antonio/2022

 

Houston Region
Christopher Sims - Sugarland/2020
David Deulofeu - Houston/2021
Johnnie Musquiz - Houston/2021
Matt Watson - Houston/2022
Aaron Glenn - Houston/2022

 

East Texas Region
Mark Newton - Lufkin/2021
Jaime Cortez - Athens/2021
George Patterson- Nacogdoches/2022

 

Lubbock/Amarillo Region
Jake Maxwell - Lubbock/2021

 

Abilene/San Angelo Region
Tommy Rosenblad - Rotan/2021
Cody Favor - Cisco/2021

 

El Paso/Midland Region
Jackie Brem - Odessa/2020
Chris Powell- Monahans/2021
Rosalio Sosa - El Paso/2021

 

CBF Global

Governing Board:
Jewel London - Houston
Maria Monteiro - San Antonio
Patricia Wilson - Waco

 

Ministry Council:
Rick McClatchy - San Antonio (ex officio)
Jeni Cook Furr - San Antonio

Missions Council:
John Moore - Abilene
Heather Mustain - Dallas

 

Nominating Committee
Christopher Mack - San Antonio
Mary Alice Birdwhistell - Waco
Rick McClatchy - San Antonio
Dennis Tucker - Waco

 

CBF Foundation
Pat Ayers - Austin
Os Chrisman - Dallas
George Cowden - San Antonio
Jim Morrison - Dallas

 
 

What is Together for Hope?

Together for Hope (TFH) is an effort of CBF to reach the people living in the poorest rural counties of Texas with the Gospel.  This population is Hispanic and the counties are along the Texas/Mexico border.  Large numbers of children are affected by poverty in these counties. Partners that we work with are local associations, churches, community centers, schools, and businesses.  We also partner with other organizations such Buckner, Literacy Connexus, Heart for Kids, and Coalition for Combating Human Trafficking.

How does it work?

The work is carried on by small groups of local coordinators that work with churches and community leaders in the targeted counties to identify local needs.  These coordinators match needs of the poorest counties with the talents and gifts of people from your church.  By meeting these needs your people have opportunities to share the good news about Jesus.

How do I get involved?

Contact Jorge Zapata (956-873-1537 or jorgezapata81@yahoo.com) and he will help you to get your church ready for involvement in TFH. If you would like to receive a TFH planning manual electronically, then email jorgezapata81@yahoo.com

 

HOW TO GIVE TO CBF TX

Starting in 2015, CBF Texas and CBF National agreed to finance plan that would provide CBF Texas $250,000 per year as part of a joint budget planning agreement. This means that if you send an undesignated gift to CBF National they will make sure that CBF Texas will provided its allocation from the gift. If you send an undesignated gift directly to CBF Texas, it will be counted as part of the agreed upon $250,000 allocated to CBF Texas each year.