911 E. Urbandale Drive, Moberly, MO 65270 | 660-263-3900

Dr. David Fincher
660-833-4260 (Phone/Text)

Phil Marley
Vice President of Advancement
660-833-5911 (Phone/Text)

Kevin Brown
Director of Donor Relations
660-998-6387 (Phone/Text)

Lift the Torch
Stewardship Campaign

Together WE Can LIFT the Torch!
Learn how you can support and expand the mission of developing servant-leaders for the church by participating in the LIFT the Torch Stewardship Campaign.

Campus Infrastucture

This campaign is designed to provide Financial Security, Campus Infrastructure, and Program Improvements.

In order to better recruit and serve students, we will make key improvements to the College’s building and grounds. The Lift the Torch goal for this portion of the campaign is $700,000.

Outdoor Improvements – $250,000 to repair and repave parking lots, sidewalks and walkways; improve signage and landscaping; and purchase needed maintenance equipment
Residence Hall Improvements – $350,000 for improvements in Foundation, Lang, and Spurling residence halls by installing air conditioning, creating kitchenettes, repairing windows, and replacing doors and locks
Indoor Improvements – $100,000 to remodel and update the Pioneer Room and Preaching Center to install technology and furnishings for multi-purpose usage

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Financial Security

Program Improvements

LIFT the Torch is a $2.8 million “over and above” stewardship campaign of which $2 million of gifts and intentions have been identified.

Please help us to succeed in our mission, symbolized by the historic “torch” representing the work of Central.

Consider making a a secure one-time campaign gift or automatic recurring campaign gifts by filling out the form below. 

If you desire to make your gift monthly, please don’t forget to check the recurring box.

If you would prefer to set up a secure automatic payment over the phone, please contact Alan Wilson, Donor Relations Executive Assistant, at alanwilson@cccb.edu or 660-372-2484.

Designated gifts received for capital projects will be fulfilled in the year the costs are incurred, which may not be the same year the project is placed in service.