Community Groups




The YMCA has an After-School Program during the school year and Camp during the summer. They use the Church Manse next door and our Family Life Center. 


The Scouting Program

 The Scouting program at Central Steele Creek Presbyterian Church is more than just an activity for our youth to learn about the outdoors. Scouting provides fun, fellowship, and training to our youth as well as youth in our community. It emphasizes honesty, self-reliance, and respect. Through a year-round program, it affects character, citizenship, and personal fitness. But the success of our Scouting depends on our volunteers, who serve in a variety of leadership roles so that our young people may benefit from our Scouting ministry. As the Boy Scouts of America celebrates its anniversary, we salute the splendid volunteers who serve as Cubmasters, Scoutmasters and in other positions of leadership.

When you look at the Scout Law and the principles which Scouting teaches young people, all those things are basically biblical principles. —Pastor Robert Cushman, Princeton, New Jersey

Many volunteers give their time so Scouting’s members will be involved in a quality program. Merit badge counselors help Scouts learn more about vocations and hobbies. Volunteers see that the Scout camps of the Mecklenburg County Council have the necessary physical facilities and that all camp activities meet the high health and safety standards of the national organization. Volunteers serve behind the scenes on committees so that community organizations using the Scouting program can find the best leadership possible for the youth related to their organizations. Volunteers, too, provide training for these leaders and offer a continuing service to every Cub Scout pack, and Boy Scout troop. Many men and women offer their services to Scouting, but more volunteers are always needed to serve as leaders or share their special skills with young people and other adults. All these people experience a special sense of achievement through their work in Scouting. We congratulate all the volunteers who are active in Scouting throughout our Steele Creek area and want to offer a special prayer and word of the thanks to the leaders of our Cub Scout Pack and Troop 45 chartered to the Central Steele Creek Presbyterian Church.

Boy Scouts

Boy Scout Troop 45 meets every Wednesday evening, 7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. in our Fellowship Hall.

In the Boy Scout program, boys ages 11-17 years, experience an exciting outdoor-based program that builds character, trains them in responsible citizenship, and develops personal fitness. Boy Scouting fosters self-esteem, a sense of value and belonging, a sense of accountability, and teamwork.

Cub Scouts

Cub Scout Pack 45 meets every Wednesday evening, 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in Central’s Fellowship Hall. 

Cub Scouts is a family and home centered program that develops ethical decision-making skills for boys in the second through fifth grade (or who are 8, 9, and 10 years old). Activities emphasize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.


 Bridgewater Academy Basketball League

Bridgewater Academy is an 501(c)3 organization that helps young people build character and confidence. It is located at 10720 S. Tryon Street. Eric Bellamy is the President. They use our Family Life Center twice a week to provide community children with the opportunities to learn about team and get physical exercise through playing basketball.



Alcoholics Anonymous

Meets every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 12:00 p.m.-1:00.p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. For more information, please visit 




Christian group in the Steele Creek area that meets once a month on the second Thursday, in Room 300 of the FLC, 7:00 p.m.-.9:00 p.m.

The objective of Emmaus is to inspire, challenge, and equip the local church members for Christian action in their homes, churches, communities and places of work.  Emmaus lifts up a way for our grace-filled lives to be lived and shared with others.




 Food Addicts in Recovery

This group meets weekly on Thursday evenings, 7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. They are a group that advocates those having issues with food addictions by encouraging them to do away with consuming food products containing flour and sugar and breaking the habit of snacking. It is free and open to anyone needing a support group for such an addiction. Margaret McClarney is the leader.