North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry

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The mission of North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM) is to help North Carolina’s aging maintain independence and enjoy quality lives. NCBAM’s outreaches are many and varied to meet the many and varied needs of today’s aging. NCBAM seeks to shrink the gap between needs and caring people willing to help. If you need assistance or if you would like to help, click here.


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NCBAM serves to help aging adults 65+ and their caregivers.

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Monday  through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Concerned, caring specialists are ready to provide information, referrals and access to volunteers who provide a variety of services.

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Aging minister blessed through Servant Care

By Anita Davie

For more than 65 years, 85-year-old Tollie Cunningham preached as much as three times a week as pastor of a number of churches in a handful of states. He served faithfully until, as he says, “I couldn’t get physically in the pulpit anymore.”

Cunningham and his wife Delores have several health issues, some seriously affecting their mobility. A year ago, when Cunningham was still pastoring a church, he insisted on making hospital visits and visiting the frail aging in nursing homes despite navigating long hallways.

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A ministry of Baptist Children's Homes of NC - Michael C. Blackwell, President/CEO and NCBAM Founder