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


Church In Session

May 24th -- until ??

Church will be in session in May from 11am to 12pm.

Free Food Pantry

2nd Saturday of every month- CALL TO CONFIRM

Free food pantry 10AM to Noon the 2nd Saturday of every month, or during regular service hours, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm every Sunday. Held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall, 401 E 9th, at the intersection of 9th and College St. No paperwork required. If you are hungry and need food, come on in and we’ll fix you up. Phone:870-656-5415

Learn 2 Paint

3rd Saturday of the month-CALL TO CONFIRM

Come join us every third Saturday of the month for a painting project. Learn to use new techniques and mediums to create many different kinds of painted and decorative pieces of art for your pleasure to give as gifts or to decorate your home. Beginners are welcome.
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Fishing Club Meeting

Lake Norfork Striper Club meets on the 26th of every month-CALL TO CONFIRM

Lake Norfork Striper Club monthly meeting, East Side Baptist Church off Highway 5 South. 7:00 PM, guest speaker Jeremy Risely from Arkansas Game & Fish will update us on the latest stocking news and other information. There will also be Fishing Reports, Tournament News, and “Tips & Tricks”. And, our famous “Cookie Lady” will be providing treats and drinks. Guests are welcome.
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Our Church
Did You Know?

Idioms, metaphors and biblical phrases

You’ve heard the term “apple of his eye” right? i.e. Deut 32:10, Ps17:8, Prov 7:2. (NIV) The Hebrew word for apple is “iyshown” and it means pupil.

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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 1.3 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)
First Sunday of the month 12:00 P.M


Pastors Ponderings <-- Read more


The priests were the ones chosen by God to serve Him, dwell in His presence, and offer daily sacrifices. The daily sacrifices were the priests food.1 Pet. 2:9 says the church is the Royal Priesthood, so.... if you want to work the works of service, you need to eat the holy food. Jn.6:36 reminds us, Jesus is the bread of life. He is our holy food, our sacrifice to partake in.

As you daily partake of Him (He is the Word of God, so partaking of the Word daily, is partaking of Him); He will give you the spiritual energy to put away sin and fulfill your calling. Eph5:5-7 warns us not to partake of worldly food: avoid immorality, immpurity, a covetous person, or idol worshipper, which could be a number of things today. What will you feast on this Thanksgiving?