Fayetteville Cumberland County Ministerial Council, Inc. (FCCMC) was established in 1957 during the turbulence of the Civil Rights Movement. Founding President, Dr. Aaron Johnson, along with other ministers and pastors, formed the Council to provide guidance and stability during this this difficult phase of our nation’s history. The Council was not only formed to be a voice within community, but was also formed to promote unity and togetherness for the overall well-being for all the citizens of Cumberland County.
The guiding principle of FCCMC is that “We Are Better Together,” fostering the conviction that when we come together and work together in unity, our whole community s better overall. Moreover, when working together, we come closer to Dr. King’s concept of the Beloved Community.
FCCMC is a non-profit organizational designed to serve and meet the needs of the community and its people. FCCMC has a proud history and tradition of serving and giving back to the community. All donations and proceeds received from the community are quickly returned back to the community. Listed below are just a few community activities and acts of benevolence provided by or supported by FCCMC. With a history of 60 years, we remain one of the oldest Ministerial Alliances in Fayetteville and the entire state of North Carolina.