Baptist Center for Ethics is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2016 and will be holding a festive breakfast event during the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s general assembly in June.

The breakfast will involve an engaging and playful look back at BCE’s history of working to advance the common good in the past quarter century, and a look ahead at upcoming initiatives.

Molly T. Marshall will be honored as’s 2015 Baptist of the Year. Marshall was selected in recognition of her being a Baptist trailblazer in interfaith and intercultural engagement at a time when the cultural and religious tectonic plates are shifting.

Breakfast guests will also hear about the upcoming documentary, “The Disturbances.” Set to release this fall, the film shares a previously untold story about how Christian missionaries intervened to save lives during a time of genocide in Nigeria in 1966.

The breakfast will be a plated meal. It will take place from 7 to 9 a.m. Friday, June 24, in Imperial D (and adjoining rooms) at the Sheraton Hotel in Greensboro, North Carolina, the site of the 2016 CBF general assembly.

Tickets are $27 per person ($270 per table of 10) and can be purchased by credit card through our secure, online storefront here.

To buy tickets using a check, send $27 per ticket ($270 per table of 10) to:

Baptist Center for Ethics

P.O. Box 150506

Nashville, TN 37215

Click here to learn more about the CBF general assembly.

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