Supported Ministries

Our Food for the Hungry (FFTH) program provides a monthly drive-thru food box distribution on Mondays from 4-6pm.  Volunteers are needed to pack boxes and help with distribution.
For our next Food Box Distribution check our Events Page or Facebook Event here.

David and Jhuliana Mejia moved to Little Rock in February to work with ACPN to plant a church. Their mission is reaching out to the Hispanic community that needs the peace and love of God. Little Rock Church is proud to support their efforts and partner with them in reaching people in our community. For more information on the work they are doing go to  comunidadcristianalr.com.

Little Rock Church is committing to sponsoring children to participate in The Mayfly Project program. The Mission of The Mayfly Project is to support children in foster care through fly fishing and introduce them to their local water ecosystems, with a hope that connecting them to a rewarding hobby will provide an opportunity for foster children to have fun, build confidence, and develop a meaningful connection with the outdoors.

Goodness Village provides long-term apartment housing for patients and their families when cancer treatments or other outpatient medical attention requires you to stay in Little Rock.

Little Rock Church partners with The CALL of Arkansas to host informational meetings and training sessions for prospective adoptive and foster parents. Training is provided in a convenient weekend format with childcare available. The CALL provides support and assistance before and after placement.

The Arkansas Church Planting Network (ACPN) seeks to build a network among the Independent Christian Churches, Churches of Christ and other like-minded Christian Churches to begin new churches in the state of Arkansas that reflect the strong biblical values that have grown out of churches connected to the Restoration Movement.

Little Rock Church has partnered with City Church Network in their Extraordinary Prayer initiative. Extraordinary prayer is prayer that is increasing, unceasing, and persevering. CCN unites churches through an annual pastor’s prayer summit, our One Voice City-wide evenings of Prayer, our Arkansas Prays 24/7 Church Prayer Initiative, and Leader Prayer Groups.