No matter where you are in your spiritual journey—whether you’re a long-time believer, a new Christian, or someone who is exploring faith and asking questions—we believe that in order for you to grow spiritually, it’s vital that you connect with others who are on the same journey. We also believe that as our lives are transformed, we are called to love others by serving them.

 

For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for manyMark 10:45.

 

Whether it’s making a meal for a family in need or supporting local and world missions, we can all impact the world around us. Lives that are transformed to be like Christ will transform the world.

 

If you haven’t already found a place to get connected and serve at Community Bible, our hope is that you will find an area that interests you, take the next step, and get involved. Let us know where you want to get connected and serve and someone will get in touch with you to let you know how.

 

  • Guest Services

    The goal of Guest Services is to create a friendly environment on Sunday mornings so that every person who walks through our doors feel welcomed and at home. It’s a great way to get to get connected and get to know other people at Community Bible.

     

    FSM Campus: For more information, contact Bill Kincannon.

    GWD Campus: For more information, contact Rick Jones.

    VB Campus: For more information, contact Doug Young.

  • Tech Team

    The Tech Team is a group of volunteers that take care of lights, video and sound during the worship service on Sunday mornings. Prior technical experience is not necessary; we will train you and show you everything you need to know.

     

    FSM Campus: For more information, contact Troy Jarrell.

    GWD Campus: For more information, contact Mike Beck.

    VB Campus: For more information, contact Casey Moore.

  • Kids Ministry

    FSM Campus: To get involved, contact Shelton Markham.

    GWD Campus: To get involved, contact Lisa Belue.

    VB Campus: To get involved, contact Doug Young.

  • Community Groups

    When you hear us talk about Community Groups, we’re talking about ALL groups (Home Groups, Bible Studies and Service Groups). While each group has a unique opportunity to reach our community for Christ, our desire is for every group at Community to be the same at their core.

     

    We believe that being involved in a group is essential to spiritual growth so we encourage every person who attends Community to get plugged-in. Check out the display in the foyer today, find a group (or more) that interests you, and sign up for it. If you need help finding a group that’s a good fit, call or e-mail any of the Community Bible staff.

     

    Click HERE for a complete list of groups happening at Community Bible. If you're interested in leading a group, or need help getting connected to a group, contact Frankie Post.

  • Acts 4

    The ACTS4 Initiative was started by members of a Van Buren campus HomeGroup who hope to share the love of Christ with those in need by collecting and distributing re-usable appliances and furniture. You can help by donating large appliances that are in good working condition (refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers, ovens & microwaves) as well as living room, bedroom, and dining room furniture. Toys, clothes, books, etc. will not be accepted at this time.

     

    For more information, contact Jim Kolp.

  • Tapestry

    "Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world." James 1.27

     

    About Tapestry

    Tapestry, the orphan care ministry at Community Bible, is our response to God’s call to care for orphans in James 1:27 and throughout Scripture. Through adoption, foster care, and worldwide orphan care, we are committed to making a difference in the lives of children in our own communities and around the world.

     

    A tapestry is typically defined as a "hand-woven textile of different colors". In much the same way, God has woven believers together into His adoptive family. And we hope families within our church will become a tapestry of different colors and backgrounds as well, woven together by God to become a beautiful picture of His love.

     

    What You Can Do

    Caring for orphans can mean many different things. For some, it may mean becoming adoptive or foster parents. For others, it may be about supporting other families through our adoption fund or prayer. Where ever you are in your life, you can help. Click HERE to download a list of ways you can help, then email Tapestry to get involved.

     

    The CALL – Children of Arkansas Loved for a Lifetime

    The CALL in Sebastian and Crawford Counties has opened 26 foster homes in less than a year-and-a-half. Ten more families are in the process now. Individuals from Community Bible are fostering, volunteering, praying, and serving on the Board of Directors. Thank you for all you’ve done to serve the children in our area. If you would like more information about how you can help, please email Tapestry.

     

    How Can We Help You?

    Tapestry also provides accurate resources for those seeking information about adoption and foster care. We are committed to creating a culture of adoption and fostering at Community, supporting our families in any way we can. We have prepared a brief guide to adoption that addresses many different aspects of adoption to help you get started. Click HERE to download it.

     

    Questions? Need more information? If you have questions about adoption, email Tapestry