Encouraged & Inspired
"Let’s celebrate and never take for granted how God is working in and through our church. I’m encouraged by what has happened over the past year and inspired to take our next steps in living out the mission to which Jesus has called us!"
Rick Henderson, Lead Pastor
13 - 90
age range of baptized
"I want to be as expressive and as public as I can about what God has done for me."
neighbors at ARC 1:8 and Ridgefest
ARC 1:8 and Ridgefest volunteers
individuals received gifts based on needs and wants in the holiday season
pounds of food shared through Big Boxes
schools partnered with to serve local needs
participated in a small group or class
served on a team
"I had been searching for an intentional community where we would encourage and challenge each other in our walk with Christ.
In even the past few months with a small group, I have met many welcoming people who share in life together - we discuss difficult topics, real experiences, and the love of God through it all.
It has been life-changing."
"As we head into a new year, building on all the hard work we put into our Family Ministries in 2023 is energizing. The work is not done and we are only getting started."
Rob Quinn, Family Ministry Pastor
new families in AR Kids
volunteers equipping the next generations
Middle and High Schoolers at Fall Nighter
"Our church has taken many amazing steps in our local and global communities this year. I am excited about the new opportunities that are arising and the continued growth of our existing ministries. It's great to see how our church is helping people to take their next step in becoming followers of Jesus."
Otis Hall, Executive Pastor of Church and Community Engagement
local and global partners
countries of focus: Ghana, Guinea, Honduras
donated through missions store
families supported through AR Benevolence
connections point through visitations, hospice, and senior care
Celebrate Recovery average weekly attendance
"For Christ's love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died.
And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves
but for him who died for them and was raised again."
2 Corinthians 5:14-15
These numbers only represent the surface of story after story of God’s redemptive work through Jesus Christ in people’s lives. We reflect on 2023 with great thanksgiving and gratefulness.
And we step into 2024 with excitement and anticipation for how the Holy Spirit will continue to work through us!
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