​MINISTRY PARTNERS

We want to be faithful partners in our city.  Therefore, Central's Ignite Initiative provides $525,000 over the next three years for local missions. We want to pour more money, more volunteers, more time and energy into what our Lord is doing right here in Amarillo.

The Bible says we are created by God to do good works which he has prepared in advance for us to do. And those good works are all around us. We believe our deeper partnership with Bivins Elementary provides more opportunity for Christian ministry and more potential for God’s salvation.

FUNDS FOR BIVINS ELEMENTARY

Ignite funds will be used to purchase the following items for Bivins Elementary.


•  Desks for Special Needs Students
•  P.E. Equipment
•  Music Equipment
•  Chromebooks & iPads
•  Maker Space

Funding Ministry for our Neighborhood, City, & World

Volunteer Opportunities

Crossing Guard

MONDAYS & FRIDAYS

2:50-3:30pm

2 volunteers needed (on both Monday and Friday) at south end crosswalk for dismissal only. Minimal training required.

LUNCH BUDDY

TUESDAYS

11:00am-12:55pm

1 volunteer needed on weekly basis. Position requires kindness and encouragement to kids coming in for lunch. On occasion, you may be needed to eat with a child one-on-one in the cafeteria if family members are unavailable for special events (i.e., Thanksgiving dinner, Grandparent Day).

Playground duty

TUESDAYS

11:00am-12:55pm

2 volunteers needed on weekly basis. Provide supervision of playground during lunch hour. Organized game suggestions available upon request.

Bivins

Buck Store

WEDNESDAYS

9:30-10:30am

2 volunteers needed on weekly basis. Help students purchase items using their Bivins Bucks. Patience with kids is a must. A friendly face and kind attitude preferable.

All volunteers must contact Mary McNeill for approval and scheduling at mary@amarillocentral.org or 806.373.4389. An AISD background check and a one-time volunteer orientation with Mary is required to work at Bivins. If you have a Central background check, you still need to go through an AISD background check. Those with consistent schedules may be best suited for these jobs.