Amarillo, TX

Currently Amarillo and Canyon are considered newer ground, although many years ago there was a small church life in Amarillo. There are several relatives and friends of a couple who meet with the church in Oklahoma City (four hours drive to the east), who have been enjoying the ministry of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee, and have had positive contact with saints who travel through. Our burden is to sow seeds of the gospel and the ministry through Bibles for America material, and to strengthen the contact and connection with the believers there who have been enjoying the ministry.

The City of Amarillo
Amarillo is the 14th most populous city in the state of Texas. It is also the largest city in the Texas Panhandle, and the seat of Potter County. A portion of the city extends into Randall County. The Amarillo metropolitan area has an estimated population of 276,020 in four counties as of 2017. The metro population is projected to surpass 310,000 in 2020.

Amarillo is considered the regional economic center for the Texas Panhandle, as well as Eastern New Mexico and the Oklahoma Panhandle. The meat packing industry is a major employer in Amarillo; about one-quarter of the United States’ beef supply is processed in the area. The city is also the location of headquarters for the Texas Cattle Feeders Association. Petroleum extraction is also a major industry. For more information see City-Data Profile and Official City Website.

City Stats
City Population – 199,826

Amarillo College – 10,336 students
West Texas A&M – 10,169 students

Contact Information
(405) 314-7739

Amarillo Reports