In the wake of the Northeast Japan Tsunami and Earthquake in November 2011, led by representatives from the Japan Presbyterian Mission, Brotherhood Christ Church Board, Evangelical Free Church of Japan Disaster Response Office (after dissolving in February 2012, a number of EFCJ churches carry on the baton), Reach Global and Ishinomaki Christ Church formed Ishinomaki Christian Center. These groups saw that church denominational walls came down through the disaster, and there was unity in serving the disaster-torn community. They foresaw the continual need for an organization to be able to help nurture this unity in the years to come. Together, they formed a board with a representative member from each group, and bought land behind Ishinomaki Station in the hope of constructing a building there.
With many support and prayers from different churches and individual donors, the new Ishinomaki Christian Center was completed in October 2017, followed by a dedication in November. Since then, the ICC building has been used and served as volunteer accommodations, church services and prayer meeting for Ishinomaki Christian Church members, as well as a place of gathering for local ministries such as hosting discipleship seminars for local churches, local church activities, praise and worships, and a platform for connecting churches together.