Welcome back to Church 
Sunday 10:30 AM


I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord. Psalms 122:1

We are excited about being able to worship again at the church. While it is exciting there are some guidelines provided by the Governor and AR Health Department. If you are comfortable with the guidelines below we hope to see you Sunday.  

Required Notice Due to Covid-19 Virus

  • Please do not attend if;
    • You have had a fever of 100.4˚F or higher in the past 2 days
    • You have cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms typical of Covid-19
    • You have had known exposure to someone with Covid-19 in the past 14 days
  • Caution
  • If you are 65 or more years old or have underlying health conditions including high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, severe obesity, asthma or immunocompromising conditions, because they are at higher risk for severe illness if infected by Covid-19. *If you choose to attend services in person, you are coming at your own risk. Lifepoint Community Church is not responsible for any sickness that might occur.
  • Maintain a minimum six-foot distance from people not in your immediate family.  There must be a three chair distance between your family and the next family.


  • When indoors you must wear a mask if over age 10. 
  • Please do not shake hands, hug, or engage in unnecessary physical contact.We are       sorry but there are no classes or nursery at this time.
  • We will be together as a Family Worship in the auditorium.


May the Lord bless you and protect you. May the Lord smile on you and be gracious to you.  May the Lord show you his favor and give you his peace.’ Numbers 6:24-26


‘May the Lord bless you and protect you. May the Lord smile on you and be gracious to you.  May the Lord show you his favor and give you his peace.’ Numbers 6:24-26
On January 17th-19th we will be taking students for the 5th consecutive year to the Lift Tour conference at First Baptist Church in Benton, AR. We can’t wait to see what God has in store for the weekend in 2020!
Check Out The Life Group Page For Everything That’s Happening In The Next Couple of Months!
The Ignite Youth Group attended The Lift Tour Conference in Benton, AR on January 18th-19th for the fourth year. We had 15 students go this year which is a big record setting number for our youth group. we had 2 students give their life to Jesus this year! god is doing amazing things in our youth!
On Sunday, March 10th we held our 6th annual Evening with the Stars event! All of the proceeds for the event went to benefit the kids and youth who went to summer camp. It was an amazing time filled with laughs and good food! We raised the most money in the history of the event! Thanks so much to everybody who was involved!
Easter Service this year was great! We had a wonderful service filled with worship, a message letting us know we can have peace amongst any circumstance, and communion.
Mother’s Day was wonderful and we were able to dedicate a baby during service!
We loved having fun celebrating our earthly fathers, but it was even better getting to celebrate our Heavenly Father! We love Father’s Day and want to thank all of the fathers and father figures out there.
We took the kids to camp again this year and as always the kids had a great time, made great relationships, but most importantly got seeds planted inside of them and developed a deeper relationship with God.
Approximately over 1,000 people showed up this year for our Celebrate Freedom event! We want to say thank you to not only our own church family that volunteered but all of the other people and churches that showed up and volunteered as well! 
The Ignite Youth Group went down to Southlake Tx and joined thousands of students at the Gateway Student Conference. Incredible things occurred there and as a result, two students were baptized!
We were so excited this year as we were able to team up with Operation Christmas Child and send 195 boxes (a Lifepoint Church record) to various countries around the world! These shoeboxes filled with gifts show children in poverty that they are loved by people and Jesus as they not only receive gifts, but the Gospel of Jesus Christ too. 
Because of our Lifepoint Church family we were able to give 33 kids coats and 20 adult coats along with 152 lbs of Peanut Butter and Jelly to families in the community!