A Macon organization brought local social service groups together Wednesday. The goal: find out about the programs they offer and how they can work together to better serve the residents of Macon- Bibb. In Bibb County there are nearly 100 organizations that offer social services, including churches and nonprofits. They’ve been hiding in plain sight, so-to-speak. But at a gathering of local churches and schools, organized by the Peyton Anderson Foundation, some representatives from one group knew nothing about the other- a situation bound to duplicate some services while other needs go unmet.