Our purpose is to serve our neighbors with the Gospel and Christian caring.
Alcoholics Anonymous: AA Groups meet at Centennial Monday, Tuesday and Friday nights.
Jefferson Place: A shelter for homeless and abandoned individuals. We provide and serve Saturday afternoon dinners, throughout the year. We also do bible study with the residents.
St. Mary’s Franciscan Shelter in Phoenixville: A shelter for homeless families. Emergency housing , for up to eight weeks, is provided to families in crisis.
The Good Samaritan in Phoenixville: A homeless shelter for adult men - provides “transitional housing” and “emergency shelter”. Centennial supports The Good Samaritan with an annual donation
Red Cross Blood Drives: We have two blood drives each year. One in the spring and one in September here at Centennial.
The Clinic in Phoenixville: Since 2001, the staff and volunteers of The Clinic serve the uninsured and underinsured with low-cost or free medical care. Centennial members do volunteer work at The Clinic. We also support The Clinic with an annual monetary donation.
Mom’s House in Phoenixville. A non-profit, licensed childcare center, which provide free child care for single mothers going back to school full-time. We send an annual support donation.
Needy Family Christmas Project: Our members support several Centennial families as well as the mothers and children at Mom’s House, by donating presents at Christmas time.
Genesis Pregnancy Center: We support Genesis with contributions through their “baby bottle project” and we also send an annual support donation.
Phoenixville and Kimberton Meals on Wheels.
PACS: Phoenixville Area Community Services offers support, aid and hope for residents in our community. We support PACS with two food drives, and a monetary donation.