Links to Presbyterian Sites
ECO – Our denominational home.
Camp Grier – The year-round camp in Old Fort, North Carolina, is located at the base of the Blue Ridge, offers a full summer camping program for children and youth and year-round rentals (except during summer camping season).
Medical Benevolence Foundation – Provides support for medical personnel, equipment, supplies and financial aid to hospitals, medical outposts and clinics outside the United States.
Mwandi Mission Hospital – Located in Mwandi, Zambia. Our church has provided generous financial support and manpower over the past two decades as this hospital has grown from being a bare-bones bush hospital to one of the finest medical centers in Zambia.
Montreat Christian Conference Center – Montreat (short for “Mountain Retreat”) is located near Black Mountain, North Carolina, and offers a year-round schedule with over 35 conferences and retreats for all ages and interests, and attracts over 35,000 participants annually. For more than 100 years, groups and individuals have come to Montreat to be inspired by its programs and to be physically and spiritually renewed in its beautiful mountain setting.
The Outreach Foundation – is committed to fulfilling the Great Commission throughout the world. Provides support for missionaries and evangelistic mission projects through funds donated by congregations.
Youth Conference Ministries – the group that sponsors The Great Escape and Fun in the Son Youth Conferences and Son Servants youth mission trips.
Links to Local Ministries
Cooperative Christian Ministry – with the support of more than 130 different churches in Cabarrus County, CCM seeks to provide immediate assistance to residents of Concord, Kannapolis, and Cabarrus County who are experiencing crisis in the areas of food, shelter and finances AND to provide them access to resources that will empower them to make lasting life changes.
Salvation Army – The SA facilities in Concord host the Night Shelter and provide crisis assistance and many other ministries for many residents.
Young Life – This interdenominational ministry serves in the midst of area high schools, including A. L. Brown High School. YL staff get to know students at football games, in the cafeteria, and in other places where high school kids hang out. They involve those who are interested in club (big group) and campaigner (small group) meetings, sharing the Good News and how to live in way that honors God.