Newcomers Club of Prattville-Millbrook

Meets the second Tuesday Sept-May at 10:00 a.m. at the Bradford YMCA.

Bible Study Fellowship International

www.BSFInternational.org
This comprehensive inter-denominational Bible study program helps people gain a practical understanding of the Bible. There are three programs in the River Region. These include a preschool and children’s program.

East Memorial Baptist Church

(334) 365-7500 • 1320 Old Ridge Road, Prattville • www.eastmemorial.org
We would love to have you join us for worship at East Memorial! Simply stated, our mission is to transform lives by leading others to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. No matter which service you attend, you’ll find warm smiles to greet you, vibrant worship music to lift your soul, and powerful exegetical teaching from God’s Word that will transform your life. Come worship with us this Sunday!


Evangel Church

(334) 272-4882 • 1852 AL-14, Prattville • www.evangelchurch.me
You’re invited to worship at Evangel Church. We are a community that cares for you no matter who you are or where you’re from. Our goal is to connect you to God and others. Because everyone’s schedule is not the same we have 3 different services in 2 locations, Montgomery and Prattville. You are welcome to come as you are and discover all that God has for you and your family. Come see us this Sunday or visit our online campus at evangelchurch.me/live.

Millbrook Presbyterian Church

(334) 285-4031 • 3480 Main St, Millbrook • www.millbrookpca.com
Millbrook Presbyterian Church welcomes you to the area and invites you to come meet some new friends this Sunday. Located right in the heart of Millbrook, our church exists to joyfully and lovingly proclaim the Biblical message of Jesus Christ so that God will be glorified and lives will be changed. On Sunday mornings, we offer classes for all ages at 9:00 AM followed by our Worship Service at 10:15 AM. Sunday Evening Service is at 5:30 PM. Our services are traditional in format but seek to include a rich diversity of music, both old and new. On Wednesday nights, our children (K-6th) meet for Pioneer Clubs – a time for Bible lessons and games – while our teenagers and adults have Bible study and our sanctuary choir rehearses. Our congregation is very supportive of our military men and women and we would love for you to make us your church family while you are here. Millbrook Presbyterian Church is part of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), whose mission statement is “Faithful to the Scriptures, True to the Reformed Faith, Obedient to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ”. We welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you might have about our faith, our denomination, and our local church family. Please don’t hesitate to contact our pastor, Rev. Brannon Bowman if we can serve you in any way.


Prattville First United Methodist Church

(334) 365-5977 • 100 East 4th St., Prattville • www.prattvillemethodist.org
First United Methodist Church of Prattville is a vibrant, caring community of faith that seeks to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to both our community and our world. We invite you to join us as we grow deeper in faith together, worship the Living God, and extend our hearts in Christian love. Worship at FUMC is designed to bring glory to God and to help those who attend to live worshipful lives throughout the week. All of our services, with inspiring music and helpful preaching, strive to help persons connect to God in life-transforming ways. Currently, our church offers two expressions of worship: our traditional services in the Sanctuary each Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00 am and our contemporary service at 11:00 am which is held in the Fellowship Hall. We have a thriving children’s ministry, with children’s choirs, supper, and activities on Sunday evening, and church-wide Wednesday night supper and activities. We also have a dynamic youth ministry and senior adult ministry with regularly scheduled activities. To learn more, please visit prattvillemethodist.org or ‘Like’ our Facebook page: Prattville First United Methodist Church.

Victory Baptist Church

(334) 285-5082 • 5481 Main Street, Millbrook • www.victorymillbrook.com
We would like to invite you to worship and serve the Lord with us at Victory Baptist Church. We are an independent, Bible-believing, Baptist church. Here you will find fellowship with believers, soul-stirring music, and sound teaching and preaching from God’s Word— all with an emphasis to reach the world. With classes for all ages and a variety of ministries, this is a wonderful place for you and your family to grow and serve. Everyone is welcome! Join us first hand as we ask and allow God to work in our hearts and homes!

The Alabama Wildlife Center

(205) 663-7930 • www.awrc.org
The Alabama Wildlife Center operates almost entirely through voluntary efforts. Work with compassionate and dedicated like-minded people to keep their mission thriving.

The Autauga Creek Improvement Committee

(334) 361-9302 • https://alabamarivers.org/our-partners/autauga-creek-improvement-committee/
The Autauga Creek Improvement Committee’s mission is to provide a natural, scenic, and educational recreation experience through ecological conservation and preservation of quality public access to Autauga Creek Canoe Trail.

Habitat for Humanity – Autauga and Chilton Counties

(334) 365-4132 • www.habitatautaugachilton.org/volunteer.html
Habitat for Humanity of Autauga and Chilton Counties is a volunteer-driven organization that welcomes people from all walks of life to join in building simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with God and families in need.

Baptist Medical Center Volunteers

(334) 286-2974 • www.baptistfirst.org
Volunteers provide meaningful services to patients, families, and visitors. Volunteers receive training, references for future employment, personal development through new experiences, and a 10 percent discount on hospital stay.

Humane Society of Elmore County

(334) 365-4132 • www.habitatautaugachilton.org/volunteer.html
Habitat for Humanity of Autauga and Chilton Counties is a volunteer-driven organization that welcomes people from all walks of life to join in building simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with God and families in need.

Prattville/Autauga Humane Society

(334) 358-2882 • www.prattvilleautaugahumane.org/volunteer
Habitat for Humanity of Autauga and Chilton Counties is a volunteer-driven organization that welcomes people from all walks of life to join in building simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with God and families in need.

River Region United Way

(334) 264-731 • www.riverregionunitedway.org
The River Region United Way partners with individuals, companies, organizations, foundations and area health & human service providers to advance the common good in the River Region.

Central Alabama Master Gardener Association- Wetumpka

(334) 567-6301 • https://mg.aces.edu/elmore/
This organization is made up of women and men interested in gardening who live in and around Elmore County and have the time and the desire to learn, to teach positive horticultural practices to homeowners and students, and to help our community.

Elmore County Art Guild

(334) 399-5115 • www.elmorecountyartguild.com
The Guild was formed in 1985 by a devoted group of volunteers that wanted to share their unique skills and talents, meet people with similar interests and passions, plus help strengthen local community arts.

Leadership Elmore County

http://leadershipelmorecounty.org
The mission of Leadership Elmore County is to identify and develop leaders who are committed to community and county growth and progress, who are willing to participate in a process whereby their skills and opportunities for involvement can be enhanced, and to develop a network of relationships to seek a better understanding of the issues and opportunities facing Elmore County.

Millbrook Kiwanis Club 

www.millbrookkiwanis.com
Kiwanis is comprised of adult men and women who provide service to their communities by participating in projects and fundraisers that provide assistance to local charities, hospitals, schools, shelters, other community organizations, and individuals.  Meetings are held Wednesdays at noon at The Plantation House, 3240 Grandview Road, Millbrook, AL.

Prattville-Autauga Character Coalition

(334) 365-7392 • www.pacharacter.org
The Character Coalition promotes and encourages character through engaging businesses, schools, and faith organizations in processes to enhance climate and culture; highlighting, honoring, and presenting community character awards; and more.

Prattville Lions Club

prattvillelionsclub@gmail.com
Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world every day because they share a core belief – to serve their community. The club meets at 7 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at the Doster Center in Prattville.

Sunrise Rotary Club (Millbrook & Prattville)  

(334) 365-4497 • www.prattvillerotary.com
The Rotary Club is a community service organization with the purpose of connecting professionals who work together to solve community problems, provide humanitarian aid, and promote goodwill and peace. The Prattville Rotary Club meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Prattville Country Club.