Announcements

March 15, 2019: BCM CHAPLAIN ALLEN MITCHELL EARNS HIS DOCTOR OF MINISTRY DEGREE

Join us in congratulating Dr. Allen Mitchell on receiving his Doctor of Ministry degree. Allen serves as a Chaplain at Children’s Hospital New Orleans and is BCM’s Employee of the Year. We are incredibly proud to have Allen as a part of the BCM family!


March 8, 2019: READ THE MARCH REMEDIUM

Click here to read the March 2019 REMEDIUM! The Congregational Wellness monthly newsletter informs our church network about city and statewide community activities, programs and resources. It provides inspiration and tips that wellness ministry leaders can use in their work. It also highlights the impact of the work of wellness ministries.

To share a health and wellness event/activity with our wellness ministry leaders and community partners, email submissions to cwdinfo@bcm.org.


March 7, 2019: BCM IS FUNDRAISING

BCM is fundraising to benefit over 100,000 people in the Greater New Orleans region through our direct charitable service programs, Chaplaincy Services and Congregational Wellness. To learn how your gift can make a difference, contact Jennifer Drummer, Director of Development, at (504) 593-2358 or development@bcm.org. Or make a generous donation today at www.bcm.org/donate .


February 21, 2019: OUR 2018 ANNUAL REPORT IS HERE  

Click here to read in PDF format.


January 7, 2019: CHRISTY ROSS PROMOTED TO SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF GRANTS AT BCM

Christy Ross was recently promoted to Senior Vice President of Grants with Baptist Community Ministries. She previously served as Vice President of Health Grants with the Foundation.

In her role as Senior Vice President, she leads a team of six grantmaking professionals overseeing the Foundation’s grantmaking processes.

Mrs. Ross has over 15 years in both the clinical healthcare and public health sectors. She has held key leadership positions with local institutions including the Medical Center of Louisiana at New Orleans (Charity Hospital), Tulane HCA Hospital, Louisiana Public Health Institute, and Metropolitan Human Services District. Mrs. Ross has also served as an adjunct instructor at Dillard University in the School of Public Health.

She received a Master’s Degree in Health Administration from Tulane University, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Xavier University of Louisiana.

She is a 2018 Terrance Keenan Institute (Grantmakers in Health) Fellow and a 2017 graduate of the New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute. She sits on the board of Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana and the community advisory board of LSU Health Sciences Center School of Public Health.

Mrs. Ross is married to Cardell Ross, Jr. They have one son, Trey.