contribute

in our community

Centerville Community Church has partnered with several community agencies to serve Centerville and the surrounding neighborhoods.  

Below you'll see many opportunities to show God's love- using your time, talent, and resources.   

Interested in joining in or know someone who could benefit from these events?  Give us a call or email mission@centervillecommunity.org

  • our Community partners

    The BOGG: Serves the people of Miamisburg and the greater Dayton area with food, clothing and other essentials to sustain a healthy lifestyle, to love people so they know that God loves them.  Easy sign-up here.


    Target Dayton Ministries:  This church for the poor and homeless is in the inner city of Dayton serving meals at their Saturday and Sunday services.  Multiple volunteer times available for anyone ages 12 and up.  More info at TargetDayton.com


    Life Enrichment Center: Serving over 350 families at a time, it provides life-building and life-sustaining services to the less fortunate in the Dayton and surrounding communities.  Come join CCC members on Tuesday mornings.


    The Gospel Mission: Exists to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ through the preaching of the Word of God.  This traditional ministry serves the downtown Dayton area by providing a place of worship, meal ministry and assisting the poor.


  • serving our neighbors

    Snow ServiceSometimes community members need a few helping hands to get their home ready for winter, especially if they have fallen ill or experienced recent difficulties.  Please let us know who we can help.

       

    Children in Need: Serving children at Cline Elementary.  Currently we provide snacks to kids that otherwise would go hungry.  Consider volunteering as a lunch or reading buddy, mentor or tutor to little ones that need it.

      

    Spring/Summer Rebuilding Project: If you live in a home you know there's always something that could be fixed.  But for recently disabled people those tasks may be too difficult to do alone. Let us know if you or someone you know could use some help. 

  • collections and drop-off donations)

    Pill Bottle Program:  We continually collect empty prescription & over-the-counter plastic pill bottles that are shredded & recycled for cash to help fund Matthew 25 Disaster Relief Programs all over the world.

      


    Food-2-Go:  For children on free-lunch programs, the weekend can mean being hungry for days. Food-2-Go provides snacks and food items just for them. A list of specific kid-friendly items can be viewed here. 

      


    Love Packages, Christian Literature Program:  Gently used Bibles, Christian books, CD's and DVD's (by nationally recognized pastors/speakers) are blessings to those on the mission fields of the world.