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Wednesday Night Fellowship

Wednesday Night Fellowship at 5:15 p.m. is held seasonally. We will have several Bible studies classes you may choose to attend. Choir practice and Bible studies will begin at 7:00 pm. - Contact FCC for dates of activity.

Lunch Bunch

The Lunch Bunch meets the second Tuesday of each month adjacent to the kitchen at First Christian Church at 11:30. A nice meal is provided by the church. The meal is catered and desserts are furnished by women of the church. We invite anyone from the church and they can bring friends if they wish. It is a great opportunity to have food fun and fellowship."

Disciples Women

All women of the church are invited at 4:45 pm on the first Wednesday of the month, with Bible study being our focus.

Our objective is to help purchase needed items for the church kitchen and needs of the church; to help families at Share and Care; Sanctuary, and individuals as well as families in need locally. Regionally, we contribute to Partners Against Trafficking Humans and various other organizations that help regionally.

Internationally we contribute to Heifer Project and additional recognized projects to assist women and children around the world.

Disciples Men

The Disciples Men Group meets every Wednesday, at 6:30 a.m. in the Hearth Room for coffee, small talk, and devotional before adjourning for breakfast at a local establishment. Any and all early-rising males are encouraged to join this weekly get-together. You can enjoy it all and still get to work by 8:00 a.m. This Group also serves in several ways it the Church and community.

Centering Prayer / Lectio Divina

On Thursday nights at 6:00pm we meet on Zoom for 30 to 45 minutes to pray using the time-honored traditions of Centering Prayer or Lectio Divina. This is our time to explore a contemplative approach to meeting our God. If you are interest, please email the Pastor prior to the meeting for the Zoom link. You will be blessed.

Book Club

This in-person group meets to discuss books of spiritual relevance and/or growth as a Christian. Books we have read in the past include: Mudhouse Sabbath by Lauren Winner; How to Pray: A Simple Guide by Normal People by Pete Greig; Life without Lack by Dallas Willard; and The Sacred Enneagram: Finding Your Unique Path to Spiritual Growth by by Christopher L. Heuertz, Adam Verner, et al. Our book club meets on most Tuesdays, at 5:30pm in the Seekers Sunday School classroom.

Ozark Rape Crisis Center

Ozark Share and Care

Sharing Kitchen

Arkansas Circle of Life

Healthy Families

Hope Cottages

House of Hope

Connecting & Caring

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