We are striving to show Jesus to the community, reaching people in their brokenness through service, relationship, and cooperation.
When we say "missions" at Central, we mean both local and foreign works, from our front yards to the far side of the globe.
Local missions mainly refers to our missions partnerships with five non-profit organizations doing Gospel work here in Amarillo. These local partnerships are also supported by Central's annual Missions Month.
Local outreach designates the ministry that occurs on our Central church campus. These ongoing works -- Loaves and Fishes, Care Central, etc. -- provide regular week-to-week opportunities to show God's love and grace in our immediate church neighborhood. These local outreach ministries are supported by Central's annual operating budget.
Care Central Financial Assistance
This ministry takes place each Sunday morning from 9:00 to 11:00 at the information booth. Opportunities to visit, pray, and assist people who need financial assistance with utilities, emergency gasoline, birth certificates, state ID’s, and emergency food.
Life Skills for Women
This ministry meets for 3 sessions during the year with each session lasting for 12 weeks. Different classes pertaining to skills needed to function in today’s world is covered where volunteers can help with setup, cleanup, or building relationships with the women at Martha’s Home and the community.
Martha’s Home Wednesday Meal & Life Recovery Study
This ministry takes place each Wednesday night at 6:00 pm at the shelter. Opportunities exist to prepare a meal or build relationships with the women by sharing a meal and leading them in a “Life Recovery” class.
Loaves & Fishes Food Distribution
This ministry takes place the first three Thursday mornings of the month from 9:00 to 11:00 at the church building. We are currently meeting at the west main entrance where food is distributed to participants in their cars. There is also an outside prayer time available in front of the chapel steps. Prayer time and relationship building with the participants is an important part of this ministry.
To volunteer, contact Mark Love at 806.373.4389 or .
Life Recovery Twelve Steps
provides a practical path to lead us out of self-centeredness and closer to God’s heart by challenging us with spiritual life lessons that allow us to live free of bondage in our daily lives.
All are welcome! No need to sign up.
from 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Central Church of Christ
15th & Monroe St.
Women’s Group – Basement Room 15
Life Recovery FAQs
Do I have to start at Step 1?
No. You can start attending at any time. If you start coming during Step 6, you can finish through Step 12, file away what you learned, and start again at Step 1. The classes run on a continual basis.
Is Life Recovery only for drug and alcohol addiction?
No. Addictions can manifest themselves in many ways.
Is there an age limit?
People ages 16 and up are welcome to attend.
For more information, please email us.
Dear Central Friends—
Thank you so much for supporting Snack Pak 4 Kids. Our scholars benefit from the resources, love and support you all so generously share. Our community and school system are better because of good folks like you. I am appreciative.
—Dr. Dana West (AISD Superintendent)