TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN
The Clothing Ministry at Central Christian Church is an expression of the church's concern for those in our community who are in need. Our concept is simple, those in need receive clothes. The Clothing Ministry is open the third Saturday of each month from 10am to noon.
Do you want to help by donating clothes to our ministry? Call the church office to see what is being collected this month!
Take what you need.
Leave what you can.
Above all be blessed.
Yellow box located to the right of the Church Office entrance. You can drop any donations off at the church office.
Non-Perishable food and toiletry items.
*We are running out of donations to keep the box supplied. The need is great.
Red Cross Blood Drives
The church provides its facilities for the American Red Cross to use for their Blood Drives.
For information on the next blood drive hosted at Central Christian call the church office.
Donation Collection for Manna Ministries
Central Christian Church collects donations for Manna Ministries a monthly food distribution provided by First Baptist Church of Arkansas City, KS.
Currently the church is collecting baby food. You can drop any donations off at the church office. The need is great and your support is greatly appreciated.
In the event there is a disaster in our community, Central Christian Church is a designated disaster relief location.
That's our preaching, teaching, music, women's Bible studies, and other endeavors for individual or corporate spiritual growth.
That's our work with Vacation Bible School, church camp, Chi Rho, Disciple Youth Fellowship, Sunday school, children's choir, nursery, scholarships, and other programs for college age and younger.
That includes envangelism, special offerings, support of other local and world organizations, Thanksgiving Community Dinner and other outreach projects.
The Lord's House:
This provides for our building, grounds, equipment, safety team, and improvements as needed.
To Know Christ and to Make Him Known
In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way we must help the weak
and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he himself said, 'It is more blessed to give
than to receive.'