Sundays ~ 10:30AM
Wednesdays ~ 7:00PM
Located 411 North Crestview Ave
Ash Grove, MO 
We are the second church on the left

MINISTRIES

FireLIFE is the student ministry of Ash Grove Assembly.
Our mission is to go out and set the world on fire with Power and the Presence of God in Ash Grove and the surrounding region
FireLIFE meets every Wednesday Night at 7pm and cafe is open starting at 6:30 offering free hot meals to all students.
 
Ash Grove Assembly has a lively growing kids ministry. Our Kids Church is a place where kids ages K-5th can come have fun and learn about God. We have music, games, Bible messages and crafts. We believe in doing more than just occupying kids – we want them to experience the power and presence of God.
 
At Ash Grove Assembly we strongly believe in supporting missions around the world, in our country and in our own community.
We currently are represented by missionaries that we support on a monthly basis. Many of these missionaries have given their entire lives to spreading the gospel.

 

VOLUNTEER

Where can God use your talents?

Are you looking for a way to be connected and help your Church and community, but not sure what your called to do?  We can help. Take a VOLUNTEER TEST DRIVE in one of our ministries.  This is a no commitment – no strings attached volunteer program that allows you to experience each ministry of your choosing without the permanent commitment.
Volunteer Opportunites Available
  • Small Groups
  • Cafe
  • Worship
  • Media
  • Food
  • Children
  • Youth

 

Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God.

II Corinthians 5:20
 
 
 
Mark your calendars
 
Due to the COVID – 19 Pandemic all activities are canceled till further notice. the church office is also closed
 
Please join us online for the following events
Sunday mornings at 10:30am – Facebook 
 
Wednesday evening at 7pm Facebook 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Weekly Schedule
 
Sundays
9:30 to 10:15 connect classes for all ages
10:30 am Worship service
Donuts and coffee available in Cafe’
4th Sunday evening worship & Prayer 6 pm to 7 pm
Wednesdays 
Come hang out in the cafe’ 6:30 pm
Kids 7pm
Youth 7 pm
Adults 7 pm
Van pickup available call 417 751 2302 before Tuesday noon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thank you for your donation. You may mail your donation to P.O. Box 356 Ash Grove, MO 65604-0356. To give online please select type of donations and amount, you will then be able to give credit card information
LEADERSHIP TEAM
 
Tim & Anita Pipkin
Lead Pastor                     
 
Tim & Anita have lived for twelve years in the Ash Grove area. Before assuming the role of Lead Pastors they served as missionaries in Southern Asia for a number of years. Anita is currently the Music Teacher at Price Elementary School in Republic. Tim has been in full time ministry since 1989. Both Tim & Anita grew up overseas, Tim in West Africa and Anita in India. Their children, Emily who lives in North Dakota, Caleb and his wife Elisabeth live in the Branson area, Joshua who attends Evangel University.
 
Clifton & Hannah Littlepage
Youth Pastor
Clifton & Hannah live in Willard. They have been serving the youth since November of 2016. They have a love for the youth in our area. Clifton is still kid at heart, you can find him often battling it out with youth in “Nerf” wars. Clifton emphasis disciple training, and encouraging youth to deepen their relationship with God.  Hannah is a professional counselor with a focus on youth. Hannah also ministers to families helping in parenting education.
 
Kayla Daniels
Children’s Ministry Director
 
kayla joined the ministry team September 2018. Kayla grew up in Ash Grove Assembly of God is very much at home in this area.
Kayla oversees our children’s ministry on Sundays and Wednesdays.
 
 
 
 

Media 

Living life together in Christ

 
Memorial gifts can be mailed in care of: Ash Grove Assembly of God: P.O. Box 365, Ash Grove, MO 65604
 
Millard Ray Pipkins, 91, returned to his heavenly home on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020. His devotion to his family and his firm belief in God supported him in his later years of life and ultimately gave him peace. Millard was born to Julius and Ola Pipkins in Beaumont, MS on January 12, 1929. He had five siblings: Jay Lee Pipkins, Eulapat Pipkins, Alice Virginia Pipkins, Evolyn Pipkins Robinson, and Noel Pipkins. From an early age, he was immersed in the Christian community that would be his lifelong support. Millard felt the call to be a Missionary during his years at Southeastern Bible College. He graduated from Southeastern Bible College in 1950 with a degree in ministry. Millard was ordained by the Assemblies of God shortly after graduating from college. Millard was blessed with a loving family. He married his best friend and fellow ordained minister, Nellie Jane (Workman) Pipkins, on June 10, 1950 in Shrewsbury, PA. Following their wedding, Millard and Nellie followed the call of God to Benin and Togo, West Africa to serve as Assemblies of God missionaries for 45 years. Millard was a devoted father to their three children Juanita, Deborah, and Timothy. They often traveled as a family to minister to the unreached villages in West Africa. Millard helped establish a vibrant christian community and won many souls for the Kingdom of God. His love for construction helped build many churches and two Bible schools during his tenure. From the very beginning, he dedicated his family and ministry to the Lord and encouraged them to wholeheartedly serve God with their lives. 
Millard was known for his love of flowers, building, and his practical jokes. He was kind, servant hearted, and could always put a smile on your face. He was always available to help anyone in need, no matter the circumstance. He is dearly missed by his loved ones, who celebrate the fact that he is at peace with his Creator.
 
In lieu of cards or flowers, the family requests that we honor Millard’s love of building and his faithful work in West Africa. Please consider sending a memorial gift in his name for the building of a church in Benin. 
 
 
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