Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.
Our church is an active, loving place dedicated to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. That gospel is one of peace, love, and salvation! Our congregation is full of people who understand and live out that concept.
Sunday School – 9:00am
Sunday Morning Worship – 10:30am
Wednesday Night Activities – 7:00pm
We are a Christian, Pentecostal church of the Assembly of God denomination.
Worship: Feel free to sit anywhere in the worship center. There are some blankets scattered around for those that might get cold, but please know that they are not saving anyone’s seat. Our Sunday morning worship services are a blend of mostly newer worship songs and a few older choruses or hymns led from a guitar and accompanied by drums, piano, bass, and electric guitars. People wear jeans, slacks, shorts, and the occasional suit and tie so you will never feel under dressed. The sermons are relevant and engaging with a bent towards personal application. And yes, we are usually done right at noon!
The Crossroads: You are invited to the Crossroads to eat donuts and enjoy coffee and other beverages before our worship service each Sunday Morning. The Crossroads is outside the door that is right of the sanctuary stage so stop by on your way to Sunday School to pick up a quick snack.
The United Methodist Church is a global denomination that opens hearts, opens minds and opens doors through active engagement with our world. The mission of The United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis on what Wesley referred to as “practical divinity” has continued to be a hallmark of United Methodism today.
We invite you to learn more about our rich theological heritage
House Upon a Rock is supported by private donors, churches, religious organizations, and local restaurateurs and retailers. Our organization has been and continues to be built by community members, for community members – all with one common goal: to help those in need obtain and maintain a stable, healthy life.
Runnin’ WJ Ranch is a therapeutic riding center for children and adults with special needs. They are a special needs handicap ranch, selling kindling to businesses and organizations in our area to be used on camp fires and firepits. They can make this a fundraiser for organizations to do as a fundraiser or sale in bulk to cabin management companies.
The Runnin WJ Ranch seeks to serve individuals living in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana, who are challenged by special needs through the accomplishment of therapeutic intervention, providing education and training for students, volunteers, staff and families, increase community awareness of the benefits of Therapeutic Riding, and to develop a sound base of financial support to ensure no one needing their services go without do to inability to pay. To that last point, they are selling kindling for fire pits to assist with finances needed.
Little River National Wildlife Refuge’s primary purpose is to preserve the bottomland hardwood forests for migratory birds and waterfowl on the Central Flyway. The 14,216-acre refuge was established in 1987 as the nation’s 438th refuge, and protects one of the largest remaining areas of bottomland hardwood forests found in Oklahoma. The refuge features low, wet habitat with old oxbow lakes and sloughs that wind their way throughout the bottomland habitat. Most of the refuge is forested with bottomland species such as willow oak, overcup oak, Shumard oak, sweetgum, cypress, white oak, and holly. Some areas on higher ground support species such as loblolly pine, hickory, and walnut.
Little River National Wildlife Refuge was established for use as an inviolate sanctuary, or for any other management purpose, for migratory birds, for the conservation of wetlands, and for the development, advancement, management, conservation, and protection of fish and wildlife resources. Oklahoma House Joint Resolution #1046, which approved the establishment of the refuge by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, further indicated that the purpose of the refuge was for the preservation of bottomland hardwood habitat for migratory waterfowl, particularly mallards and wood ducks.
We are the oldest and largest National Forest in the South. We encompass 1.8 million acres in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Come explore the Ouachita.
Located in both Arkansas and Oklahoma, the Ouachita National Forest is home to rolling hills, pristine lakes, geological wonders and a vast array of adventures at every turn! Whether you want a challenge or a retreat, a vista or a valley, the Ouachitas have something for everyone!