Greetings in that Wonderful and Matchless Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,
On behalf of the Fayetteville Cumberland County Ministerial Council, we welcome you and thank you for visiting our website. We hope that you will find the information useful.
I greet you as the newly installed President of Fayetteville Cumberland County Ministerial Council, Inc. (FCCMC). As we know, the FCCMC grew out of the turbulence of the Civil Rights Movement when a voice for the Black community was needed, and was formed under the leadership of civil rights activist, Reverend Dr. Aaron Johnson.
It is unfortunate that after 63 years, we find ourselves still contending with some of the
same issues. However, as Dr. Johnson and FCCMC were a voice back then, we shall be AND continue to be a visible active voice now. We stand with our community, with our Mayor, and with other leaders as we seek to bring some resolve to the current dilemma crisis in our Community. Our motto is “A Season to Rise and Shine!” Together, we will continue to fight injustice!
We are not makers of History we are made of History!! Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. History has made some deep wounds, but we are thankful that there is still a Balm in Gilead!!
The Ministerial Council has served the Fayetteville and surrounding Community for over 63 years. We promote diversity in which members actively participate in various programs throughout Cumberland County; provide scholarships to high school seniors; and host community service events. Most importantly, we strive to reach, teach, and release spirit-empowered ministers to promote evangelism, discipleship, church growth and healthy churches.
If you are new to the area, we invite you to fellowship with us and be a part of this great community in which we live!
The Fayetteville Cumberland County Ministerial Council
Executive Board Meetings and Better Together Breakfast
Solid Rock Bible Church. 5464 Muscat Road. Hope Mills, NC 28348:
FCCMC Executive Board
2nd TUESDAY of each month @ 10:00am
FCCMC Better Together Breakfast/ Meeting
3rd SATURDAY of each month at 8:00am
(strict compliance with CDC Guidelines)
FCCMC Members Meeting
4th TUESDAY of the month @ 7:30 pm Virtually on Zoom.
Dr. MLK Jr. Prayer Brunch Announcement
Out of concern for the safety of all our supporters, students and youth involved, the annual Dr. MLK Jr. Brunch and Youth Extravaganza is now Monday, February 21, 2022 at the Crown Exposition Center at 10:00am. Our Keynote Speaker is Dr. Darrell T. Allison, Chancellor, Fayetteville State University. We are recognizing HBCU's and their significant contributions to Education. We are celebrating Dr. MLK Jr. in February along with other leaders of the Freedom Movement. The Prayer Brunch will be Live-Stream on FCCMC's Facebook page. You can purchase tickets and a table by Tuesday, January 25th. Please contact Dr. Yvonne Hodges at 910.797.5879 for additional questions and information.