Marshall County Christian Services
Marshall County Christian Services (MCCS) is a nonprofit organization that serves the Marshall County (Alabama) area through many different ministries. These ministries include: Christian Women’s Job Corps, TESA (Temporary Emergency Services of Arab), Second Chance Food Pantry (housed in our Cahill Ministry Center), Second Chance Thrift Store and Benevolence Ministry.
Real Life Crisis Pregnancy Ministries
Real Life operates a Pregnancy Resource Center in Albertville and a Pregnancy Test Center in Guntersville. Services provided include free pregnancy testing, free ultrasounds for expectant mothers, maternity clothes, newborn baby resources, abortion recovery counseling and more. Visit www.reallifecpc.org for more information.
Cahill Ministry Center
Albertville FBC owns and operates a ministry center on South Cahill Road in Albertville. The center houses the Second Chance Food Pantry which assists over 800 clients per month. Second Chance is operated by Marshall County Christian Services.
The Cahill Center also provides a location for a weekly Kids Club and other special ministry events.
Upward Flag Football and Cheerleading
Each fall Albertville FBC sponsors a children’s sports league designed to teach the fundamental of sports in a Christian atmosphere. Children from over 40 different church affiliations play in the league each fall.
Blessings in a Backpack
Albertville FBC partners with other churches in our area throughout the school year to provide a bag of food each Friday afternoon for children who might struggle for adequate nutrition on the weekends. It takes $80 to provide food for one child for an entire school year. We pack the first Thursday of the month. Contact the church office to make a donation or to volunteer to pack bags.
Marshall Baptist Association
Albertville FBC cooperates with over 100 churches in Marshall County to educate, equip and encourage believers and churches.
Messiah Baptist Haitian Church
Albertville FBC partners with a church plant located in downtown Albertville that is designed to reach the growing Haitian population.