Supported Ministries

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.

The CALL is a non-profit organization that mobilizes local churches to serve local children and youth placed in foster care. We provide a way for Christians to invite the mission field into their homes, to serve those most vulnerable in their communities. The CALL partners with the Division of Children and Family Services to recruit, train and support foster and adoptive families for children and teens in foster care.

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 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.

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.