Our church believes in tithing, not only to show appreciation for finances but to share and tithe talents, disciplines, and other resources. We encourage this in our families, church, communities, and organizations through our members and our leaders.
Our families continue to use their giving jars to collect their pocket change in our "Coins for Christ" program. With this initiative, we have been able to support Fishers of Men, The Indian Community Fellowship, Echo, the Morgan Scott Project, Mar Elias Educational Institutions, and others by this simple regular process. Our congregation’s generosity persists to this day.
Do you know how it feels to stand by a warm fire on a cold winter's night? Do you remember the sound of the birds early in the morning on a spring day when the sun is starting to rise? These are the things that come to mind when you are a member of Center Congregational Church, when you forget about the dust that has collected in the cracks since 1887 and you see the spirit that still lifts it and carries it beyond imaginable boundaries.
We pursue a personal renewal and reaffirmation in our journey with Christ and as a church. We follow St. Paul's exhortation to be stewards of God’s Grace to all we meet (Ephesians 3:2).