To introduce the lost to Jesus Christ. To teach the saved how to live a life pleasing to God.


Church in Service

Almost Normal

Class begins at 10am and service at 11am. Mask are welcomed not mandated.

Protect Your Religious Freedom

Click the link below to print, fill out, and have your Pastor sign it.

COVID-19 Religious Exemption Form

Report an Adverse
Covid-19 Event

The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a passive reporting system, meaning it relies on individuals to send in reports of their experiences. Anyone can submit a report to VAERS, including parents and patients.

Any adverse event that occurs after the administration of a vaccine licensed in the United States, whether it is or is not clear that a vaccine caused the adverse event is STRONGLY encouraged to report to VAERS. Click the link below to read more and to make a report.

CommUNITY Neighborhood Watch/Crisis Program

CommUNITY NWCP Meetings now every other month, contact for details

All local residents and law enforcement personnel within the tri-county area are invited to attend meetings. Meeting date and times will be posted in the White River Current, KTLO community happenings weblink and local flyers.

Five in Ten

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Coloring Books

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Our Church
Did You Know?

An elbow, ostrich or ball

Only one of these items is mentioned just once in the Bible. Find the answer on your own, or go to Isa 22:18

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Worship Place & Time


This historic church is at 1333 Rodney Road, Jordan, Arkansas. From Highway 177, turn north on Rodney Road (Baxter Co. 66) and drive 1.25 miles to the stone church on the right.


Praise & Singing 9:45 A.M.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Worship Service 11:00 A.M.
Bible Study 6:30 P.M. (on hold)
POT LUCK SUPPER begins Nov 7
First Sunday of the month 12:00 P.M


Pastors Ponderings <-- Read more


It is said that integrity is who you are when no one is looking. This identifies your character. Our English word character comes from the Greek word which means: an engraved mark. What does character have to do with engraving? Your character marks you, it identifies your life. It's not money, fame, or success that identifies you, it is your character.

When we judge people, it is usually whether they were a good person or a bad person. In eternity, it will matter if you were a loving parent, a faithful spouse, or a good man or woman. You will make your mark in this kingdom, no so much by your outward acts, but by your inner nature, your integrity, purity of heart, and your righteousness. Don't focus on the outside, start working on the inside.