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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Save a child's life in the 
Mississippi Delta

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THE DELTA LIGHTS PROGRAM

WE ARE OFFERING A PHLEBOTOMY CLASS SOON! 
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A MESSAGE FROM THE CEO

Anticipating Delta Lights

Dear Friends of CCC:

As we close the books on 2016 and look forward to 2016, we are eternally grateful for all of your support in the form of in-kind contributions, donations and prayers. Countless individuals have made sacrifices and contributions that form the fabric and foundation of Cary Christian Center. Stories of hope, perseverance and triumph in the face of seemingly unbeatable odds can only be explained by God’s provision of faith, opportunity and light in challenging circumstances.

As we honor Delta lights recipients for the fifth year now, we reflect on a young doctor who came to serve the underserved more than four decades ago, a farmer who unassumingly played the role of quiet benefactor to Cary Christian Center, or the couple who spent every moment of their spare time assisting and building a sustainable ministry. These are just a few of the countless stories previously illuminated during the Delta Lights recognition held every second Thursday in February.

Each year a committee of local people with a keen sense of Cary Christian Center history and the uniqueness of the Lower Mississippi Delta convene to select honorees from submitted nominations. Those who are selected through this process represent the spirit and principles of Cary Christian Center through their career, philanthropic or volunteer support in the advancement of education, ministry, public policy, health and the overall quality of life for citizens in the Lower Mississippi Delta.

The 2017 crop of honorees promises to be one of the best. But, you’ll have to join us on at the Rolling Fork National Guard Armory Thursday February 9, 2017 to find out whose light shined the brightest in support of Cary Christian Center.

 

In His service,

Patrick Ervin, CEO
 

 

DELTA LIGHTS PROGRAM
 You're Invited!

Get your tickets today for our exciting new event; proceeds will benefit the Cary Christian Center.
Just click on the 'Buy Tickets' link below to get all the details. We hope you can make it!

This is our signature fundraiser for the year where we honor luminaries who have served as examples
to the advancement of the quality of life for all people who call the Lower Mississippi Delta home.
Proceeds collected help support our children's village after school, summer and Bible study program
where we help enhance academic skills, assist with homework/test prep,
participate in interactive field trips and receive spiritual development. No amount is too large or too small.

Event: Delta Lights
Benefiting: Cary Christian Center
Date: February 9, 2017
Location: Army National Guard
19719 US Highway 61
Rolling Fork MS, 39159

Can't make it? Show your support and make a donation today!

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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