“The Baptist History and Heritage Society is doing excellent work.” (a layperson and donor in Texas)
“…you put together a great  conference. I’ve been to many [conferences] and this was my favorite.” (a Church History professor in Kentucky)
“Dr. Gourley is one of our congregation’s favorite presenters. His presentation is clear and to the point. One of our church members said recently, “He is so interesting. He just makes it [church history] come alive.” (a pastor in Montana)
The non-profit Baptist History and Heritage Society is the leading scholarly organization for Baptist historians in America. We integrate scholarship into top notch congregational resources in the form of publications, printed and digital resources, conferences, seminars, dialogue and special events. The Society represents Baptists around the world and is funded by membership dues, the generosity of donors, and grants.
- Drop by the BH&HS table at the upcoming CBF North Carolina General Assembly, March 19-20, Providence Baptist Church, Charlotte. Bruce will be leading a breakout session entitled “Baptists and Race: Enduring Legacy of the American Civil War.”
- Make plans to attend our April 20-22, 2015 conference in Nashville — “Seeking Justice: Baptists, Nashville, and Civil Rights” – held in partnership with National Baptists and hosted by American Baptist College and First Baptist Church Capitol Hill.
- Read Bruce’s Church & State Journal commentary on “The Great Unraveling” and Associated Baptist Press commentary on “Baptist Identity and Millennials: Re-imagining Church”
- Read a thought provoking look at Christianity in a Posthuman World
- Contact executive director Bruce Gourley about speaking in your church.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE SOCIETY
To learn more about the Society, use the links below:
- 2015 Annual Conference
Nashville, April 20-22
“Seeking Justice: Baptists, Nashville, and Civil Rights”
- Frequently Asked Questions
- History of the BH&HS
- Society Constitution and Bylaws
- Board of Directors / Officers
- Council of Advisors
Pictured above, top to bottom: Panel discussion, 2014 annual conference; executive director Bruce Gourley talking with Taffey Hall, ALABI president; Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech”