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SUNDAY

WORSHIP - 9 & 11am
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OnlineSunday School
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Monday

New Playlists
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Tuesday

Noon Prayer & Devotional
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Wednesday

Watch for special music offerings!
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Thursday

Church-Wide
Check-In
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Friday

Watch for news from Kids@First!
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Saturday

Watch for news from Youth!
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Online Adult Gatherings

By Brittany Watson | March 19, 2020

Facebook Live Sunday School: Join Rev. Brittany on Facebook on Sunday at 2 p.m. for a discussion of how we are experiencing our Brick and Mortar faith during these unprecedented times. We will talk faith, food, and social distancing. Virtual Small Group: Connect with other First Church friends on Wednesday at 7 p.m. through a…

Adopt a Member

By Donna Hankins | March 19, 2020

Physical separation does not have to mean social isolation. One of the ways we are caring for our faith community during this different time in our lives is through adopt a member. This effort seeks to connect those who are healthy and willing with those who are at greater risk. Specific needs will vary by…

Community Engagement

By Haley Jones | March 19, 2020

The City of Little Rock is looking for volunteers to help with student meals. There are some requirements, so check out the link. We want to continue to offer ways for you to serve our neighbors, but please be safe and responsible during this time. https://www.littlerock.gov/city-administration/city-managers-office/city-of-little-rock-volunteers/ Faith Promise COVID-19 ResponseYour Faith Promise pledge directly supports…

A letter from David, March 19

By David Freeman | March 19, 2020

I pray (fervently) that you are well and experiencing the comfort of God in these anxious days. While we must be vigilant in our social distancing, through the power of the Holy Spirit, there is no such thing as “spiritual distancing.” We may not be in physical proximity of one another but we are as…