Welcome to the CCT Group of Ministries!
We are the CENTER FOR COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION GROUP OF MINISTRIES, committed to create lasting wholistic change among the poor. Since our founding in 1991, we have shared the light of the Gospel among the needy through development work centered on Jesus Christ. Working in the context of the Scripture and guided by the Holy Spirit, we seek to change lives, strengthen families, empower communities and transform the nation.
CCT CELEBRATES 26 YEARS!
Corporate members, board members, staff and community partners, and guests of the Center for Community Transformation Group of Ministries recently gathered to celebrate 26 years of unwavering service to the Filipino poor.
Having the theme Like a Well-Watered Garden inspired by Isaiah 58:11 and Psalm 1:3, the anniversary celebration was a testimony of God’s faithfulness to CCT over the years.
MESSAGE FROM ATE RUTH
Welcome to the CCT website!
When CCT started out in 1991, we were just a small non-government organization with a handful of workers – six to be exact.
The Lord has blessed us extraordinarily and now we are a group of 16 ministries led and completely established by the Lord, serving the Filipino poor.
I was able to restore my passion to reach and help out in our community and invite other nanays to become members of CCT as well. I had opportunities to attend different seminars that brought out the best in me as a leader. I was very grateful that I could serve God and other people. From then on, I witnessed how the ministries of CCT have expanded and grew far beyond the original goals.
Through the loans I availed, I was able to support the needs of my family and have my children finished their studies. I was able to train my neighbors and provide them jobs in my small tailoring shop.
CCT GROUP OF MINISTRIES
The CCT GROUP is composed of 16 ministries that reach out to street families, children, youth, micro-entrepreneurs, farmers, fisherfolk, factory workers, informal workers, tribespeople, overseas Filipino workers, and the communities at large.
How can we be grateful if we are not mindful?
We don’t have to agree in order to obey.
Our spiritual identity is integral to us.
We are ministry. We cannot tolerate mediocrity.
We cannot give what we do not have.
Most of the time, we see perspective from our own lenses.
This gives us discontentment.
They are new every morning.
Telephone: (632) 524-1810 / 524-1819 / 524-1835
(632) 400-6901 / 400-6909
Fax: (632) 524-1801 loc. 202