MINISTRIES at Central
Central Kids is our children's ministry here at Central Prescott, and we seek to serve children from 6th grade down to the nursery. We believe that teaching the gospel to kids at a young age is essential to their spiritual development, and our desire is to partner with parents in our church to help disciple their children, and equip them to live faithful and obedient lives for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Children's Church meets on Sunday morning after the music portion of the worship service. Our Wednesday night program, Bridge, meets in the Stokes Center at 6:00 PM.
e:three Student Ministry
e:three is our student ministry here at Central Prescott. The purpose of e:three is to equip students in grades 6-12 to live lives of obedience to the Gospel. The three "e's" stand for "Where we ENGAGE with God’s Word to be EQUIPPED by God’s Word so that we can ENDURE because of God’s Word". We meet each Wednesday night at 6:00 for our worship service, and on Sunday mornings at 9:45 for small groups.
Our worship ministry here at Central Prescott values relationships. We understand that worship is not just something that we do, but it is a lifestyle. Our worship team consists of a band with modern instruments and a choir that sings regularly during out morning services.
Historically Central has been and is a mission’s minded church. Beginning as early as the 1980s we were involved with Dr.John and Shirley Ladd and their medical clinic near Aquismon, Mexico and today Central has joined with the Baptist Missionary Association of America to commission Hannah McLelland as one of the BMAA’s newest missionaries.
Each Monday evening at 5:30, some of our ladies meet to study God's Word together. If you'd like more information, you can contact the church office at (870)887-5031 or send an email to email@example.com
Ray of Hope is our grief support ministry here at Central Prescott. We meet together each Tuesday night at 6:00. If you'd like more information about Ray of Hope, you can contact the church office at (870)887-5031, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ray of Hope
Halftime is a co-ed sports and recreation ministry that currently teaches basketball skills and hosts open gym nights. This ministry is open to 1st - 8th grade students. The ministry meets on Tuesdays from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM in the Stokes Center on Central's campus.