Below are some questions we thought some of you might like to know before visiting us on Sunday.
When are services?
Every Sunday, we have a Sunday school at 9:30 am for all ages and a main service at 10:45 am. Each service lasts approximately 60-75 minutes. We’d encourage you to arrive 15 minutes early, especially if you have young children. That will give you plenty of time to get your children checked in at their classrooms prior to Sunday School or the service.
How should I dress?
We want you to feel comfortable. We are thrilled that you’re joining us and we want you to be more focused on who you’re worshiping than what you’re wearing. Most people dress casual though a few still prefer to put on their “Sunday best,” and that’s fine too (we even get an occasional bow tie).
How do I get to Fellowship Bible Church?
Check out the directions page to get directions from anywhere in northwest Arkansas.
I have hearing problems. Is there any special assistance?
Yes! For those who are hearing impaired, we have special hearing devices that you can use that will allow you to control the volume. If you think this would be beneficial to you, please speak with someone in the sound booth in the main auditorium.
Where do my kids go?
Kids from infants-6th grade will take part in our children’s ministry. Each weekend kids from infants through two years old learn age appropriate lessons from God’s word, the Bible. Just ask any church-member where the Sunday School area is and find the room that is your child’s age. Also, during the regular service, children ages 4-7 are dismissed for children’s church, prior to the sermon.
For your older “kids” our Anchored Student Ministry is the place to be. Both Jr. High and High School meet in the youth room at 9:30 am for Sunday School and also on Wednesday night at 6:30 pm. Both meetings, the youth leaders work to get to know each student, followed by a lesson from the Bible.
Will there be coffee?
Church and coffee go hand in hand, so of course there will be coffee! Coffee is available in the fellowship hall, along with some enjoyable get-to-know-you time with church members. Coffee is free along with some donuts.
What about eating?
Meals provide a unique opportunity for fellowship and service to one another. We have several regulatory scheduled events.
- 4th Sunday Fellowship Meal – every month on the 4th Sunday we share a pot-luck dinner together after the morning service. Everyone’s invited.
- Sunday Night Supper – every Sunday night after the evening service, we share a meal and fellowship together.
- Hospitality Groups – every quarter we form groups of 6-8 people to share meals together and get better acquainted.
Is there someone I can talk to about getting more involved?
We love new families who want to join our church. Feel free to talk with one of our elders or greeters after the main service to learn more about you and your family can be involved at FBC. You can also contact our pastor for more information. Use our contact page to send an email to our pastor.