6100 W Maple St, Wichita, KS//Sundays at 9:00 & 11:00am

He Restores My Soul

Sundays April 11-25 // 9 & 11am

There is hope

The pandemic has taken a toll on all of us. Anxiety, depression, and suicide have skyrocketed locally and nationwide as we’ve each faced isolation, illness, uncertainty, and loss. Your mental health may be at critical state, but there’s hope!

Even if you’ve never set foot in a church, this series is for you. With a panel of local mental health experts, Pastor Bob Beckler will share resources, techniques, and biblical truths to fight the weight of depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. Join us for this three-week series to rediscover a life of joy and experience God’s faithfulness even in the hard times.

Share the hope

Everyone could use a little encouragement.
Use our digital invitation kit to invite your friends and family to this powerful series.

A Panel of Professionals

We’ll be talking to Wichita’s best-of-best to tackle the challenges of mental health.

Pastor Bob Beckler

Bob Beckler

Senior Pastor, Central Community Church
Gina Wendt-Blasing

Gina Wendt-Blasing

Licensed Clinical Marriage & Family Therapist (LCMFT)
Mark Potter

Mark Potter

Award-winning coach & Motivational Speaker

A place for your kids

KiDcentral is a safe, vibrant environment for children birth through 5th grade where kids come each week to play games, sing, and learn biblical truths that last a lifetime. Your children are welcome during both our 9:00 and 11:00am services each Sunday. Also, middle and high schools are invited to our youth ministry, CSM, during the 9:00am service, where they will worship, explore a life lived for Jesus, and form lifelong relationships.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a reservation?

No, our services are open to anyone, and we are not taking reservations. All are invited to attend! Please note, we are encouraging everyone to social distance as much as possible as part of our COVID-19 protocols.

Do I need to wear a mask?

We ask that everyone who enters our building and/or attends services to wear a mask, consistent with the current state and local government mandates.

Are kids welcome?

Yes! All children are welcome to join their families in any of our services. Additionally, both our 9:00 and 11:00am services have children’s programing available. Our children’s ministry volunteers in the Atrium would love to check your child in starting 15 minutes prior to service start times for an experience just for kids.

How early should I arrive?

Sanctuary doors typically open 20 minutes prior to service start times. However, our  complimentary coffee bar and Cafe Central in the Atrium open at 8:15 and remain available between services. Come early to enjoy a latte, food, and fellowship!

Can I watch the services from home?

Absolutely! We have a thriving online community where you can join others in digital fellowship before and during our live-streamed services. Services go live at centralcommunity.church/watch and on our Facebook page 15 minutes prior to service start times.

What should I wear?

You will find people wearing a mix of styles, from formal suits and dresses to business casual to jeans and a t-shirt. Those who attend the Classic Service tend to dress more traditionally, while people at the Contemporary Service dress more casually. As long as it’s respectful, we encourage you to wear what’s comfortable!