The Cooperative Program (CP) is Southern Baptists’ unified plan of giving. Through the CP, we advance the Gospel throughout our state, nation and world.
Advancing the Gospel Together
Through the Cooperative Program, Southern Baptist churches give a percentage of their undesignated receipts in support of their respective state convention and Southern Baptist Convention missions and ministries.
Giving: An Act of Fellowship
The time when we bring our tithes and offerings to the Lord is one of the most powerful five minutes of our Sunday gatherings. This is a significant time of fellowship. The biblical Greek word koinonia, often translated fellowship, is also used in the New Testament as a word for giving.
Each week, in our churches we come in an act of fellowship from our neighborhoods and communities. We worship our savior in spirit and truth, fellowshipping together in the Word. And every Sunday morning we also come together…giving as an act of fellowship.
“…You believed the message about Christ, and you obeyed it by sharing [koinonia] generously with God’s people and with everyone else.”
The Apostle Paul
(2 Corinthians 9:13b CEV)
The Cooperative Program ties all Southern Baptists ministries together so every church can have a global reach.
Through your church’s faithful Cooperative Program giving and seasonal offerings, Oklahoma Baptists are able to join in fellowship together in the advancement of the Gospel throughout the state, the nation and around the globe. The Cooperative Program ties all our giving together so that every church can have a global reach through year-round budget giving.
Seasonal Offerings like the State Missions Offering and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering have more impact because of the Cooperative Program.
The Cooperative Program covers the administrative costs of seasonal offerings so 100% of these funds can go straight to mission fields all over the world. Because your church gives faithfully through the Cooperative Program we are able to do more together.
To give through the Cooperative Program (CP), simply give your tithes and offerings to your local cooperating Oklahoma Baptist Church.
Each church determines the percentage of the annual church budget given through the CP. Ask you pastor if your church participates in giving through the Cooperative Program!
Secure bank-to-bank transfers
Oklahoma Baptist Churches can remit their gifts by mail or send their gifts electronically. Sending Cooperative Program, State Missions Offering, Disaster Relief, Lottie Moon, Annie Armstrong and other gifts electronically means these important resources reach around the world faster than ever! The electronic transfer is simple, secure and comes with no fees, allowing CP and other mission offerings to reach their destination faster than traditional mail.
No banking information is shared through our website.
CP Remittance Form
Your church may sign up to have CP contributions electronically transferred directly from your church checking account. Signing up for online CP remittance is easy. Just fill out the form linked below and you will receive an email verifying your form has been processed. You will also receive information on how to submit your gifts using our online remittance form.
These resources help tell the story of the Gospel advance made possible through the Cooperative Program. Show them in your church’s gatherings and use them with new member orientation classes. Help spread the word about how we are doing more together.
Missionary Prayer Guide
A weekly prayer guide to help you pray for Oklahoma Baptists who are serving at home and abroad.
“True prayer is neither a mere mental exercise nor a vocal performance. It is far deeper than that – it is spiritual transaction with the Creator of Heaven and Earth.”
– Charles Spurgeon
2021 Prayer Guide
2020 Prayer Guide
Watch any of our CP video resources, or download them below.
Oklahoma Baptists advancing the Gospel through the IMB
Hear Oklahoma Baptists who are serving with the IMB talk about how your church’s giving is advancing the Gospel to the nations.
In these moments, “together” means more. As Southern Baptists, we are churches dispersed across the country. We share our generosity through good times and bad.
There is Hope
May we no longer wait to see our hearts poured out before Him. May we see revival in our land.