"He died for all so that they who live might no longer live for themselves, but for Him who died and rose again on their behalf." - 2 Corinthians 5:15
"Empowered to tell"
May 31, 2020
Here is the most recent service. You can watch these here, on YouTube, or on our public Facebook page.
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Services resume May 24, 10:15am
Live stream will continue with
Facebook Live or on this website
“I was glad when they said to me, 'Let us go to the house of the Lord. ” – Psalm 122:1
It has been a blessing to worship in the parking lot, and online the last two months. But how good it will be to be together again. It is my prayer that as we come together this coming Sunday we are united as the people of God, giving Him praise, and giving testimony to all He has done to sustain and provide for us these during these days.
As we resume services we will do what we can to enable as many as possible to feel safe and loved. As a result we are putting in place numerous precautions which include adherence to the recommended guidelines from the State of Arkansas.
For now, we are asking all who attend services to...
1. Wear face coverings when inside, for anyone over 10 years old. The church will be able to provide some masks for those who don’t have them. If you have access to your own face covering please bring it with you.
2. If you are currently sick, running a fever or been around someone who has Covid-19, please worship with us online
3. Seating in the sanctuary will be spread out to accommodate physical distancing
4. To lessen crowding in the entryways we ask that…
…if you park on the gravel lot, please enter the building through the lake side doors
…if you park on the asphalt, please enter through main front doors
The next few Sundays may feel different and maybe even awkward at times. While some of these precautions may feel restrictive to some, they are designed to express our love for one another and our willingness to be a little inconvenienced so that our brothers and sisters in Christ may feel loved, and safe as we worship our Lord.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Sunday Morning Sermon Series:
The Book of Acts
Wednesday Bible Study:
The Book of Job