Southeast Florida

Southeast Florida borders the Atlantic Ocean and offers the splendor of sun-kissed shores from the Treasure Coast to the Florida Keys.  It is the most complex, racially diverse and heavily populated region in the state with nearly half of the state’s population located in three urban areas—from West Palm Beach to Miami. Fifty percent of the residents in Miami-Dade’s population were born outside the United States, and an estimated 160 languages are spoken in the school system. It is the gateway to South America and the world’s business interests. Five Florida Baptist associations and 941 churches serve in this region, from where the Gospel can literally be taken back to the world.

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West Florida

From the sugar white sands along the Emerald Coast, to the heart of the state government, and countless communities along the I-10 corridor, West Florida is all about the military and good, rock-solid folks loyal to their nation and God. West Florida is the historic birthplace of the Florida Baptist State Convention and its cooperating churches are committed to their denominational ties.  As the West Florida Region, the area represents 14 associations and 457 churches.

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Central Florida

From coast to coast, Central Florida is one of the nation’s fastest growing corridors. From the World’s Most Famous Beach to two of the state’s most heavily populated urban areas, tourists flock to the region’s amusement attractions and the gleaming cities on the Bay. New residents arrive each day drawn by the thriving economy and Fortune 500 companies. As Florida Baptists make strides in impacting this region for Christ, they work within 14 associations and 930 churches, planting new churches for the growing ethnic diversity and countless new neighborhoods that arise from abandoned orange groves seemingly overnight.

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Southwest Florida

Flanked by miles of pristine beaches dotted by Australian Pines along the Gulf of Mexico’s calm waters, Southwest Florida is known for high-end shopping, golf courses and quaint cities. The area serves as the winter home to thousands of visitors from the north each year and its agricultural farmlands keeps vegetables and fruits plentiful on the state’s kitchen tables. Many new churches need to be planted in the Southwest Region for Florida Baptists to truly make a difference in these communities for Christ–from reaching migrants in the fields to the wealthiest in America.  Six associations and 270 churches are on mission in this diverse region.

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Northeast Florida

The Northeast Region is where Florida begins as Interstates 10, 75 and 95 intersect as a gateway for thousands of visitors to the Sunshine State every day. Primed with naval bases, universities and the St. Johns River that runs north through it, North Florida also boasts beautiful beaches, moss-covered landscapes and the nation’s oldest city. Comprised of 10 associations and 550 churches, the Northeast Region is experiencing steady growth as internationals and new residents move to the area.

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