What is the Ark Church?
We are a church full of diverse people who are passionate about living a life for God, growing stronger, and making a difference in our community and the world.
Who can come?
Whether you've been in church your entire life, or this is one of your first experiences with church, The Ark Church is a place you are welcome and a place you can call home.
What are weekend services like?
Our Sunday morning services are about 65-minutes long and designed to engage you with powerful messages, lively worship, and real-life answers to questions.
What Do I Wear?
Clothes. ;) Everyone is welcome, and there is no dress code! Come as you are.
Do you offer mid-week services?
Yep, almost every Wednesday Pastor Alan Clayton leads an in-depth Bible study with full worship, kids, and youth ministry available.
What's For My Kids?
Kids are a top priority at The Ark! We offer kids services birth-5th grade for every service online and in-person. Each lesson is designed to reach kids with the message of Jesus through games, worship, small groups, and Bible messages, all in a safe and engaging environment. Find out more here.
What's for the Youth?
Our youth program is powerful. Ark Youth is for students 6th-12th grade and meets every Wednesday evening and at 11:00am on Sunday mornings. It's a fun, family atmosphere where Youth feel connected, and learn about who they are in Jesus. Find out more here.
Do you offer anything for Special-Needs?
We offer special-needs services from ages 2 to adult. We have specially trained staff and rooms designed to make the most engaging environment for learning about Jesus.
What about classes and groups?
Yes and yes. We offer a diverse range of adult classes and groups centered around relevant topics and life stages. Sign up here.
What are the best ways to connect?
Join one of our many groups or join a Serve Team!
What Denomination is the Ark?
We like to say we are inter-denominational; our community is made up of so many different backgrounds.
How Long Have You Been Here?
God planted The Ark Church in Conroe in 1996.