Welcome to the California Missionary Baptist State Convention, Incorporated Website.
Whether you are an established Christian, new to the faith or just searching to find out information regarding our State Convention, we encourage you to explore our website. You will learn more about who we are, what we do and why we do it. Here you will find a wealth of information about our Convention in the form of updates, scriptures, pictures, newsletters, dates of our sessions and so much more.
We hope that your visit will help you understand our vision, which is unifying and growing people in relationship with Jesus and the body of Christ. Our concern is all about people, and it is our desire to see people worship God from all walks of life. Our convention unites churches from southern to northern California. As a group of God’s people we worship Him individually and corporately.
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Dr. E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr., CMBSC, Inc. President
HISTORIC – Two of California Baptist State Conventions Reunification
by Robert Earl Houston
Two California Baptist State Conventions, which split as a result of the turmoil in the National Baptist Convention of America and the creation of National Missionary Baptist Convention of America, have agreed to an historic reunification effective in October.
The reunification brings together the California Missionary Baptist State Convention (CMBSC) and the California United Baptist State Convention (CUBSC). Both conventions were as one until the untimely split in 1991 which resulted in the creation of CUBSC. Now, the conventions have agreed to re-unify as one California Missionary Baptist State Convention.
The reunification was initiated by the CUBSC president, Dr. J. Roy Morrison and along with his General Secretary, Dr. Hubbard, they presented their proposal to Dr. E. Wayne Gaddis and the California Missionary Baptist State Convention. Dr. Gaddis stated, “I think it is a God-sent move. I would rather see us come together rather than to be in splinters. Our convention is excited. The other convention is excited. John 17:21 where Jesus says “Let them be as one, as we are one” is an answer to our prayers.”
The CMBSC and CUBSC voted today, January 28, 2015 to begin the process of reunification, which will take affect in October 2015, contingent upon CUBSC meeting certain conditions. The reunited convention will become dually-aligned with both the National Missionary Baptist Convention of America and the National Baptist Convention of America, Inc., International.
Dr. Gaddis will serve as President and an election will be held in October which will complete the reunification process by filling several positions in the cabinet. This will bring the roll of the Convention to over 250 congregations which will make the CMBSC the largest African-American Baptist State Convention west of Texas.
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Remembering President of National Missionary Baptist Convention of America – Dr. Nehemiah Davis
Dr. Nehemiah Davis, President
Senior Pastor of Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Fort Worth, Texas
September 19, 1925 – March 1, 2017
The National Missionary Baptist Convention of America (NMBCA) announced on March 1 the death of its President, Dr. Nehemiah Davis. Dr. Davis passed on the morning of March 1 in Ft. Worth following several years of health challenges.
The announcement was made by Dr. Louis S. Jones, NMBCA Vice President At-Large and pastor of St. John Institutional Missionary Baptist Church in New Orleans, Louisiana, during the NMBCA Winter Board Meeting taking place this week in San Antonio, Texas. Delegates we shocked and saddened by the new of their beloved President’s passing.
Dr. Davis served as the Senior Pastor of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church of Ft. Worth, Texas and was currently serving his second term as NMBCA President. Under his leadership, the convention was engaged in a multi-million dollar Headquarter building project in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Davis born September 19, 1925 and is survived by his wife Dorothy N. Davis of more than 60 years of marriage, two daughters and two grandsons.
Let’s remember to keep the Sis. Dorothy Davis & Davis Family, Mount Pisgah MBC Family, and our National Missionary Baptist Convention of America in our PRAYERS!!!!
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