1700 Fifth St.
Wichita Falls, TX 76301-2118
Phone: (940) 761-1889
Fax: (940) 761-1505
Provides information on local city services and local government offices including information on police, fire, and parks.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church was established in 1884 under a different name although a natural calamity destroyed the original structure. Today, it is situated in a red building with a white archway and cross at its entrance, and an adjacent rectory. Besides weekday and weekend masses, it conducts the seven sacraments and helps in faith formation through classes for all ages. These lessons prepare members for life-changing events including sacraments and help them understand more about the Roman Catholic Church. It has more than 20 ministries including those for finance, youth, music and natural family planning. It also supports the work of organizations like the Catholic Daughters of the Americas and Jubilee Club.
Wichita Falls Baptist Church is a conservative church that strives to make the Bible and the idea of God meaningful in its members' lives. It believes that every action in daily life should revolve around God's will. Even newcomers are asked to pay greater attention to the Lord and his message rather than the church occurrences. It provides opportunities for discipleship during its mass and Bible study, and fosters connections with other believers and spiritual mentors. Members are also involved in evangelical missions and a choice of ministries for men, women, teenagers and children.
Full service electrical contractor serving industrial, commercial and residential customers. They also install and maintain voice, data and fiber optic communication cabling. 24-hour emergency service available.\
Providing five circular routes that cover the majority of Wichita Falls, this public transit consists of 12 buses that are approximately 30 feet in length. Other services include an express bus service between Sheppard Air Force Base and the Sikes Senter Shopping Mall.
Church of the Good Shepherd is an Anglican church that follows the Apostolic tradition. Situated in a beautiful, stone building with a vivid red tower, this church stresses on community service and sacraments such as Choral Eucharist. Its sermons deal with practical topics that are relevant to daily life and instruct in virtues like patience. It conducts adult education classes, Mass and Bible study sessions for the spiritual benefit of the congregation. This church is closely associated with the Young Anglicans Project that arranges conferences and training classes for empowering young minds.
Promotes and supports local businesses and industries in the Wichita Falls area plus provides relocation information.
First United Methodist Church is situated in a charming building with walls of desert sand color, arched glass windows and a prominent tower. Its Gothic, vaulted sanctuary is replete with stained glass and intricate stone work. This church lays emphasis on music and has six choirs divided according to age group. It also hosts the annual Elizabeth Prothro Concert in which famous organists render soulful melodies. The concert is free, and sometimes, also includes the screening of silent movies. The church is equally passionate about good education: it manages a preschool and offers support systems for college student and young professionals. Members can get involved with ministries for construction, recycling, television and wellness, and participate in the globe-spanning programs that help those stuck in natural calamities.
Daily newspaper offering local and regional news, events, and classifieds.
Provides bus transportation to most cities across the United States.
Sunday Morning Worship Services at 8:30 a.m. and 10:50 a.m. and Sunday Evening Service at 6:00 p.m.
Lamar Baptist Church has the motto “Reaching, Loving, Serving.” It believes that a combination of these three, accompanied by a firm belief in God and the Bible, is required for obtaining salvation. Through the Lamar Students ministry, which is its most prominent group, it empowers youth to serve the community. Other associations include Awana Clubs, Life Care Groups, Music, Children's and Women's ministries. They organize activities like Bible study sessions, camps, zoo trips, vocal and instrumental concerts. The church enrolls volunteers and accepts donations for its varied programs.