Simmons College of Kentucky
Campbellsville University entered into an historic covenant partnership with Simmons College of Kentucky in 2006 for purposes of working together for the advancement of Christian higher education, in the Baptist tradition, in Kentucky and beyond. Simmons College of Kentucky is an historically African American institution located in Louisville, Kentucky. A series of meetings, collaborations, faculty and staff development, and technical assistance have been provided under the terms of this partnership.
General Association of Baptists in Kentucky
Campbellsville University has a covenant partnership agreement with the General Association of Baptists in Kentucky, the historically African American Baptist state convention. Under the terms of this agreement, CU has worked with the General Association in a number of areas, has displays at state and regional meetings, and works closely with GABKY leaders in promoting higher education opportunities for Kentucky’s African American students.
Zion District Association of Baptists
Campbellsville University works with a number of GABKY District Associations as well. For example, the Zion District Association of Baptists has entered into a covenant partnership agreement with CU. CU provides fully accredited classes for courses being taught at the Zion District Bible Institute located at Jacob Grove Baptist Church in Green County, Kentucky. Students may obtain a certificate in Christian ministry (27 accredited hours of study) through this partnership.
Central District Association of Baptists in Kentucky
Campbellsville University has established a partnership with the Central District Association of Baptists in Kentucky. CU cosponsors an annual pastors conference with Central District as part of the district’s annual meeting and is working to provide graduate level pastoral ministry training for a number of the church staff in the Louisville Metro region. Other joint events are being discussed and explored.
Greater Campbellsville United
Campbellsville University provided a grant to Greater Campbellsville United, which is “A Proactive Reconciliation Strategy for Our Community and Region.” The purpose of GCU is to bring together community leaders (including religious, political, business, and civic sectors) to develop and implement short, mid, and long-range initiatives to promote and encourage reconciliation and harmony across lines of race, ethnicity, and faith. Click here to visit the GCU site.
Hispanic Baptist Bible Institute
The Hispanic Baptist Bible Institute exists to provide a quality theological education, within the Hispanic context, with the primary purpose of forming Christian leaders, called by God, to serve Hispanic Baptist churches. For more information visit: http://www.instituto-biblico.org.