The Baptist General Association of Virginia (BGAV) is a cooperative missions and ministry organization that consists of over 1,400 autonomous churches in the Commonwealth of Virginia, as well as churches from South Korea, Canada, the District of Columbia, and the states of California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and West Virginia.
Geography does not limit churches from joining the mission and vision of the BGAV. The ministries of the BGAV are coordinated through the Virginia Baptist Mission Board staff who work through five ministry teams who work alongside churches to help them be more effective in their ministries.
The Baptist General Association of Virginia (BGAV) was established in 1823 and it has always existed to “furnish the Baptist churches of Virginia a medium of cooperation for the propagation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and for the advancement of the Redeemer’s Kingdom by all methods in accord with the Word of God.”
Below are links to common pages of interest:
- Welcome to the BGAV: A Brief History
- BGAV – The Right Choice
- BGAV Nominations – Recommendations for Service
- BGAV Constitution and Bylaws
- How to Become a Cooperating Church of the BGAV
- What is the VBMB? Is It the Same as the BGAV?
- VBMB Bylaws
- VBMB Articles of Incorporation
- 1963 Baptist Faith & Message
- BGAV Budget Information
- BGAV Annual Meeting
The BGAV meets annually unless called into special session by officers of the Association.