Believing in the transformative power of Christian education, the Marshall Center for Christian Ministry exists to actively preserve, promote, and encourage the Christian distinctiveness of Georgetown College by assisting students, faculty, staff, and the broader community in developing a Christian world-view through life examples and learning experiences.
The Marshall Center for Christian Ministry was founded in 1997 to administer and support programs for the Georgetown College community and her various constituencies with the aim of strengthening the Christian mission and identity of the College.
The Center was named for Georgetown College alumni William and Alice Marshall (’57). Bill Marshall and Alice Gardner met, fell in love, and were married at Georgetown.
The goal of the MCCM from its inception was and continues to be a self-sustaining campus partner. Due to the love and dedication of Bill and Alice Marshall—Co-Executive Directors for the Marshall Center’s first decade—a strong financial foundation was secured.
These are promising days for the Marshall Center for Christian Ministry. In the words of Bill and Alice Marshall, “It is our hope and prayer that the MCCM will always be, an invaluable partner with Georgetown College in fulfilling its spiritual commitment to its students, faculty, staff and community”.