Breakfast Fundraiser

It was almost Christmas so the members of Centennial decided to spread some holiday cheer and raise some money for the church at the same time. Everyone pitched in to sell tickets good for a home cooked breakfast and good fellowship on December 20th, 2008. Some of the ladies arrived as early as 7:00 am to prepare to food and decorate the restaurant. We would like to thank the Tucker family at Carolina Steak & Ribs for donating their facility for our fundraiser.

Right at 8:00 am, the first patrons began to file in to redeem their breakfast tickets. Everyone got full from a delicious serving of pancakes, turkey bacon, eggs and juice or coffee. It was beautiful to get together on a Saturday morning with neighbors, friends and family who you might not have been able to previously. The servers looked great with their little elf hats as everyone was greeted with a smile plus a candy cane.
The members of Centennial AME Zion who pitched in to make the fundraiser a success are greatly appreciated. Everyone chipped in collectively to produce an excellect team effort.

Meet Our Pastor

Our Pastor, Reverend James Scott is a good man. A man of the cloth for 25 years, he was born and raised in Lancaster, South Carolina before enlisting in the United States Army. Upon completing his time in service, he returned home from abroad and did what most young men in that day and time did. He ran from his first calling to preaching by switching churches only to find that God had that same destiny waiting for him at his new church.

Studying theology and becoming God's servant is his passion as he has dedicated his life to spread the word of God and assisting Jesus in saving souls. He also is a very sincere family man as well as a successful business man, owning several stores and companies over the years. His particular style and personality is very unforgettable but most importantly, he is a man of his word. Come out to hear his no nonsense approach at any of Centennials many events or church services.