Several families gathered together in January of 2003 to begin a series of discussions about a unique and more effective form of outreach to the local communities of the Piedmont. These discussions revealed critical concerns in the lives of many families that were not being addressed. The majority of these concerns are in the areas of resource development; misuse of traditions; the lack of cultural diversity; the absence of youth in ministry; physical, mental, and spiritual abuse.
Over the course of several meetings, the following were formed: vision and mission statements, an organizational structure, a doctrine of faith, and ministry descriptions. Additional tasks included setting primary goals and objectives, examining the local environment (by taking sample surveys and measuring people’s interests), setting specific timetables for project initiatives and evaluations, and concluding when the ministry should begin.
After praying and seeking confirmation from the Holy Spirit, New Millennium Christian Center (NMCC) was formed in June of 2003.