P.O. Box 57
 154 Cottonwood Street
 Cary, Mississippi 39054
Telephone: (662) 873-4593 
FAX: (662) 873-4112
servants@carychristiancenter.org
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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HELP US REDUCE INFANT MORTALITY  (Read More)
Aggressively working with expectant, impoverished mothers to reduce infant mortality and grow healthy babies by:
* Achieving a full-term pregnancy
* Achieving minimum birth weight of 5 lbs, 8 oz
* Annual infant tracking to maintain health/weight
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A MESSAGE FROM THE CEO

Great pleasure, high expectations and tremendous humility describe the range of emotions that I’ve experienced since the Cary Christian Center Board of Directors gave me the full endorsement as Chief Executive Officer.

The organization finds itself at a crossroads as we complete the second decade of the 21st Century where we must honor our faith while dealing with harsh realities of the day. The Apostle Paul imparted these words to his understudy Timothy during such a transition period - “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16).” Cary Christian Center, at this critical point in its history, must continue to stand on its original principles espousing the example of Jesus Christ. Yet, we must also begin to move strategically in the Spirit through key partnerships, outcome-based ministries and economic empowerment for our program participants. In Mark 14:7, Jesus said that “the poor would be with us always.” Therefore, we must be committed, creative and vigilant in how we continue to approach these opportunities for Christian charity.

The board of directors recognized the need to build Cary Christian Center into a 21st Century non-profit operation by presenting a five-year strategic plan based on evidence-based practices and self-sufficiency. As CEO, I endeavor to achieve all of the board of directors’ organizational goals through a creed called PEACE (Professionalism, Electronic Readiness, Accountability, Creativity and Engagement). Through staff trainings, improvement of our overall technological profile, high expectations, financial responsibility, outreach and value-added staff input, Cary Christian Center will become the epitome of a Christian Community Development Ministry.

After 45 years of consistent service to the area, there is no doubt that the hand of God is steadfastly at work in Cary Christian Center. My prayer during my tenure as CEO is that our staff, partners, participants and community at large love justice, do mercy and walk humbly with God.
 

In His service,

Patrick Ervin, CEO
 

 


Women’s Foundation Awards Cary Christian Center $25,000 

The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi awarded Cary Christian Center $25,000 for its parent-child ministry program on August 1. Cary Christian Center was established in 1971 and is one of the Mississippi Delta’s longest continuously operating non-profit organizations. The parent child ministry is the organization’s oldest program. It has been instrumental over the past four decades in reducing infant mortality rates in Sharkey, Issaquena and southern Washington County through educating mothers about proper nutrition for their infants, immunizations, breastfeeding and self-empowering educational opportunities. Funding will be used to certify Cary Christian Center staff in a well-recognized home visitation model at Florida State University, provide tracking software and market the parent-child ministry to create deeper partnerships in surrounding counties. “The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi has been one of the state’s major advocates and champions for the advancement of women regarding a number of social issues,” said Cary Christian Center CEO Patrick Ervin. “We are not only excited and grateful that they found value in what we do, but we are also anticipating the support, technical assistance and mentorship through the grant execution process that the Women’s Foundation is known for.”  For more information, call (662) 873-4593 or log on to www.carychristiancenter.org.

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