Bible Class for all ages

All classes are currently online.

Sundays 9:00 am

There is a Bible class for you, whether you are a child or a senior citizen, or anywhere in between, you will find a class that fits you here.  When you come in just ask anyone and they will direct you or take you to an age appropriate class. 

New Adult Bible Classes!

Christos Café – Church 101 is “First Things” (Gary Schloemer teacher)
Room 308/Cross Talk- Church 102 is a textual class (Steve Ward teacher)
Annex-Church 201 is the “In-Step with the Spirit” (Jason Olive teacher)

Bible Class

Weekly Worship Gathering

Sundays 10:00 am

Our assembly is a mix of singing, praying, biblical teaching and remembering the amazing sacrifice of our Lord Jesus.  You will like it.  We always have a mix of contemporary and traditional songs.  Our minister teaches practical lessons straight from the Bible.  You will not be pointed out or embarrased in any way.   Many Sundays, during the sermon, we have a children's service called Backyard Bible Club (BBC).  There are instructions given at every service on when the kids head to the club.  We really hope you will join us online!


Sunday Evening Worship

For the Adults...

Through the school year we meet in small groups called Home Groups on Sunday afternoons and evenings. A Home Group is an informal gathering of people who are interested in mutually developing their own spiritual growth by investigating together what the Bible has to say about a particular subject. A Home Group is small enough (8 to 12 people) to allow anyone who wishes to participate the freedom to speak or ask questions in a casual, relaxed atmosphere.

For the kids...

In addition to the Open Door Teen Group that meets at the home of Alan and Cynthia Meadows (see group #10) we offer a nursery for our little ones and a program for our kids in our Kid Cave called, Sunday Night Kickoff led by our Children’s Minister and his wife, Jonathan and Sheila Holland.

This ministry will take place from 5:45 p.m. -7:15 p.m. in the Kid Cave on the South end of the campus and is an interactive experience that your kids will love as they learn and reinforce biblical teaching through a wide variety of teaching methods!

You can find one that fits you by calling the church office at 870-862-1552.  If you make it Sunday morning you can pick up a brochure at the Welcome Center with each group listed. Home groups will start August 22nd, 2021 and we will be studying "Grace Changes Everything".

"Grace Changes Everything"

What is grace? What is it not? What is so amazing about it? Where have we seen it woven through the Bible and didn’t know what to call it? How do we extend it to others? Let’s spend time together this fall discussing it together.

We invite you to join us this fall as we spend time together in homes studying the Word, growing closer through prayer, and spending time in service to others. 

This series will be loosely based on the book, The Grace of God by Andy Stanley

*We continue to monitor COVID numbers for our city to see if & when we need to alter our format.

 August 22– In the Beginning, Grace– Grace in the Garden (Genesis 1)

August 29– Chosen By Grace– Grace in the life of Abraham (Genesis 12-22)

September 5-  Surprised by Grace– Grace in the Life of Judah (Genesis 37-38; 44; 50)

September 12– Redeemed by Grace– Grace to the Nation of Israel (Exodus 1-19)

September 19-Ruled by Grace– Grace through the Commandments (Exodus 20)

September 26– Prayer

October 3-  Rescued by Grace– Grace in the Life of Rahab (Joshua 1-6;  Matthew 1)

October 10– Sustained by Grace– Grace in the Life of David (I Samuel 16; II Samuel 7; 12)

October 17– Puzzled by Grace– Grace in the Life of Jonah (Book of Jonah)

October 24– Accepted by Grace—Grace in the Life of Matthew (Matthew 9-10)

October 31– Trunk or Treat/Fall Festival (service)

November 7– Reborn by Grace– Grace in the Life of Nicodemus (John 3; 19)

November 14– Filled by Grace– Grace in the Life of the Samaritan Woman (John 4)

November 21– Saved by Grace—Grace in the Parable of the Vineyard Workers (Matthew 20) 

November 28– Prayer

December 5-  Commissioned for Grace– Grace in the Life of the Church (Acts 15; 19)

December 12– Amazing Grace (Wrap-up and Summary)

December 19– Church Christm-as Party (tent.)

December 26– TBD


During the summer...

we gather on Sundays at 6:00 pm for what we call "2/42".  The name comes from the Acts 2:42 where the church was devoted to the apostles' teaching, fellowship, the breaking of bread, and prayer.  So we spend a short time singing and praying.  Then we have a speaker for a short message.  After that we spend time together with a simple meal.  It is a great time!  Come join us.