About the Bally Community Center
The Bally Community Center is a non-profit organization whose goal is to provide a haven for the kids of the area to come and have some good clean fun, play games, sports or just relax. Christian owned and run, the BCC is based on Christian principles of relating to one another in conduct, word and attitude.
We want to provide good influences for the young people who attend, preparing them to be well rounded individuals, emotionally and physically. It is our desire to see each of the youth become the best person he or she can be.
There is a director and staff that interact with the youth and provide leadership and oversight while they are in the building with us. The center’s support comes from the Bally Mennonite Church, Butter Valley Community Church and the United Way along with donations from area groups and businesses.
In order to finance this ministry, we have an annual fundraising golf tournament each spring and The Peach Bit Benefit each summer. If you, as a business owner or individual, would like to support the BCC, please contact the Center.
215 Main Street
Bally, PA 19503
Tuesday night is a mostly un-programmed evening where the teens choose their activities.
Wednesday and Thursday nights are programmed evening with structured activities for the children.
All three evening contain an age-appropriate lesson from the Bible that touches on issues of interest to each of the age groups.
The BCC is available for outside groups to rent from various events, including birthday parties, family gatherings, and sports practices and many others. Some groups rent the facility on a regular basis for a variety of uses.
Our staff consists of many adult volunteers, committed to the youth who attend the Center. We strive to create an environment where youth feel comfortable, while creating meaningful relationships and having fun. Our director is Mark Hager, a local pastor and a former school teacher.
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