The mission of Centenary Community Ministries, Inc. is to develop sustainable communities through the revitalization of people and place.
In 2009, Centenary United Methodist Church created Centenary Community Ministries, Inc., a separate 501(c)(3), which expanded much of the Church's extensive community outreach.
Today, CCMI has developed its own distinct organizational identity, building many partnerships along the way, which is central to CCMI's mission of the revitalization of Macon at the level of the individual and the community.
Among other things, CCMI's work in the community has enabled families facing eviction to remain in their homes and to prevent utilities from being disconnected; it has given men in active addiction an opportunity to find recovery, and has offered children falling behind much needed tutoring services. We invite you to explore more about our ministries here.
This story about Barbara Fischer’s work at the community breakfast was featured on Georgia Public Broadcasting in the winter of 2019
This story about CCMI's work with Anthony Ponder was featured on Georgia Public Broadcasting in the fall of 2015. The full story can be accessed here.