Visitors to FBCA

Thank you for stopping by our website! In this section we outline the foundations of our faith and who we are as a church. Take a look at our FAQs to find out what to expect when you visit us for the first time. You’ll find a list of our worship times under the Worship tab or on our Calendar of Events page!

If you are new to our worship service we want you to know that you are welcome here. We offer to you the “warmth” of this congregation as well as “space” to explore the faith lived out here. You will notice elsewhere on the website a number of upcoming events. We hope you will become involved in one or more of these because we would like to get to know you better. Please let us know if there are particular needs or prayer concerns that we may share with you. You may email me at or call me at (870) 246-5587 with any questions or concerns. – Pastor Lee McGlone


Sunday Morning FAQs

Q: What is the service like?

A: Our service is focused on worship and discipleship. It is a blended mix of contemporary and traditional music and worship styles.


Q: How long does a service last?

A: Service typically lasts for an hour.


Q: What do I wear?

A: We’re more concerned with meeting your real life needs than what you wear. Dress usually ranges from blue jeans to business suits and ties – all are welcome!


Q: What about my children?

A: Sunday School is provided for all ages.  During the 10:15 am service, childcare is provided for infant through preschool. For 4yrs through First Grade, we have a children’s sermon and children’s church.


Q: Will I have to say anything, give anything or be singled out in any way?

A: You can be assured that you will never be put on the spot, pressured to say anything or give anything, and will never be embarrassed.


Q: What version of the Bible does the church use?

A: We live in a day and time where there are many great translations of the Bible, so you can feel free to bring any version you may have.  The primary version we use in worship is the New International Version.  For those without Bibles, they are provided in the pew racks, and the Scripture is typically placed on our projection screens during the service.