The Acts Church gathered together, studied together, worshipped together, prayed together, served together. They were better together.
At Central Assembly we meet together in large groups for worship and sermons and in small groups for study and relationship. Those small groups are as diverse and varied as the people who fill our pews. Once you get to know your group, you’ll discover they need you like you need them. Gather together. Study together. Worship together. Pray together. Serve together.
We are better together.
Whether you want to meet on a Sunday morning in a class, on a Tuesday evening in a family room, or anytime in between—there’s a group for you. Visit the Connect Counter for the complete group menu.
Fusion Small Groups—now called Fusion Tribes—are back! Starting this Sunday evening, students will have the opportunity to dig deeper into scripture, discuss, and ask questions about the sermon from the previous Wednesday. The tribes offer a great opportunity for fellowship and growth in Christ. Middle School students meet at the Fusion Center. High School students meet at one of two locations depending on which tribe they were assigned. If your student needs a ride to his or her assigned tribe, please let us know. This information has been communicated to both students and parents. If you have questions, contact us.
Monday, January 26, from 9-11am in the Multipurpose Hall, we have a unique opportunity. In association with OACAC, we have the opportunity to assume the role of a low-income family member living on a limited budget. Four 1-minute sessions, each representing a week, will help us understand real-life situations faced by those living in poverty. All are welcome to join us!
Our next water baptism service is scheduled for Sunday, February 1. If you would like to follow Jesus’ example and be baptized in water, please plan to attend this required class. Adults will meet at 5:00. Kids will meet at 5:30. To register, contact us.
Divorce Care groups meets weekly, beginning January 25, to help you face the challenges and begin rebuilding your life. If you are separated, divorced, or going through a divorce, you are invited to receive support and understanding from others who are in similar situations. If you have questions, please contact Helen.
International Ministries offers free ESL classes for all internationals. Meetings are on Tuesdays from 6:00-7:30p and Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00p. Join us in Room 123 and practice conversational English. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
The Sanctuary Choir is now accepting new members. If you love to sing, please join us. We rehearse on Wednesday evenings and minister on Sunday mornings. If you have questions, please contact Elizabeth.
On Tuesday, February 3, Fusion students will serve at the Convoy of Hope Distribution Center. Students under age 12 must be accompanied by a parent. Each student must have a signed volunteer release form. Let’s get all hands on deck and make a difference! If you have questions, contact us.
This class is for everyone who wants to explore membership and who desires to learn more about Central Assembly’s history, organization, vision, and values. The class will meet Sunday, February 8. Please pre-register by signing up on our Sunday bulletin or e-mail us.
Ladies, plan now to join us for Faithful, Abundant, True: Three Lives Going Deeper Still, a video/workbook study by Kay Arthur, Priscilla Shirer, and Beth Moore. The study begins Tuesday, February 17. Contact Kathie for more information.
Winter weather can throw a wrench in church service schedules. If you wonder whether a service is cancelled, you can find that information on our website, our Facebook page, or by signing up for News & Updates. When you sign up, weather-related news will be delivered to your inbox, along with information about special services and events. For more information, contact us.
Ladies, if you need help keeping your resolution to exercise more, join us for Zumba each Tuesday from 9-10a. The class is a dance fitness program set to Christian music. Certified trainer, Tammi Nelson, will help you get up and moving. All ages are welcome. No childcare is provided. For more information, contact us.
The Weekend To Remember marriage conference is coming to Branson. Family Life has a “Buy One, Get One Free” registration offer for couples through January 26. If you miss this deadline, you may register through our group—marriagecentral—by April 17 and receive our group discount. You must make your own hotel reservations by calling 888.333.5253. The discounted rate is $109 a night. If interested, please contact Pastor Mike.
We are looking for volunteers for the Friday before our Food Pantry is open on the second Saturday of each month. Volunteers are needed to stock shelves. No heavy lifting will be involved, just filling shelves. We need both men and women from 9a to no later than 11a. by joining us one Friday a month, you will be an important part of our Food Pantry team. For more information contact us.
For years the Pentecostal Evangel has been used as a strong witness in our nation’s prisons and jails. Since the Evangel recently went out of print, we are collecting all the copies we can at the Connect Counter. The magazines we collect will be given to Chaplain Bob Durham to be used in prison ministry.
Regular church office hours are 8a-5p Monday through Thursday and 8a-3p Friday. If you have an emergency after hours, we have an emergency line you may call: 417.413.3462. We hope you never have an emergency, but if you do, we want to be here for you.