How to Survive the Pandemic

This video explains our rationale and our plans for moving forward with corporate worship in the midst of calls for “social distancing.” The video outlines a few important steps to participate in our virtual gathering on the Lord’s Day. These are listed below with links.

What in the World is Happening?

What in the World is Happening?

The Great Commission calls us to make disciples of all nations.  Within the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church one of the ways we are doing this is through the mission and ministry of World Witness.

World Witness is the foreign missions agency of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.  Since 1875, we have sent missionaries to Mexico and Pakistan.  Our fields have broadened to now include Chile, Germany, Latin America, Lithuania, Persian Ministry, Scotland, Spain, Turkey, theological training worldwide (MT3) and Eastern Europe.

A primary focus is the Muslim world which includes a Christian hospital in Sahiwal, Pakistan, reaching 40,000 Muslims annually, and Christian schools in Pakistan, educating 500 students annually. In addition, an Iranian satellite TV ministry is planting dozens of house churches, and in Turkey, we are planting churches.

AlexPettettOn Sunday, September 23, the director of World Witness, Alex Pettett will join us for worship to share God’s Word and the mission and vision of World Witness.  He will also be available before and after worship to answer any questions you might have about how you can be involved in this Great Commission work.

Join us for worship September 23 at River City Reformed Church and see what God is doing through the work of World Witness.  We meet from 5:00 – 6:30 pm in The Commons at St. Andrews Anglican Church at 8300 Kanis Rd in Little Rock.  Click here for directions. Come with a friend you and join us for fellowship and conversation. We look forward to seeing you there.

Sleep in, Live Longer!

Sleep in, Live Longer!

Recent studies indicate that sleeping in on the weekends may help you live longer. According to a study by Swedish and U.S. researchers, people under the age of 65 who get less than five hours sleep on the weekend had an increased risk of death.

Have you ever thought? Why does church start so early on Sunday mornings? After all, Sunday is the day of rest, it sure would be nice to sleep a little later! If this is you, then here is good news. At River City Reformed Church we don’t get started until 5:00 pm. So, sleep in a little later, live longer and still make it to church.

The Lord has set aside the whole day for public and private worship and for a holy resting in Him. Enjoy the day He has made to spend with you. Then join us for corporate worship every Lord’s Day evening at 5:00 pm at River City Reformed in Midtown, Little Rock. For more details, check us out at RiverCityARP.org or on facebook @RiverCityARP.

We currently meet at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in The Commons. Parking for The Commons is on the north side of St. Andrews’ Campus. Follow the traffic circle and parking lot around to the right, behind the main facility. Pass the pavilion on the right and park by the playground. We will be there to greet you.

To get to St. Andrews from I-630:

  • Take exit 6A; head south on Rodney Parham Rd.
  • At the light, turn right onto Kanis Rd.
  • The church is 0.6 miles down Kanis on the right at 8300 Kanis Rd, Little Rock, AR 72204

Always Late for Church?

Always Late for Church?

Are you always late for the morning service?  Can’t find your child’s one missing shoe?  Keys aren’t where you left them?  Don’t sweat it, at River City Reformed we don’t get started until 5:00 pm.

The Lord has set aside the whole day for public and private worship and for a holy resting in Him.  Enjoy the day He has made to spend with you.  Then join us for corporate worship every Lord’s Day evening at 5:00 pm at River City Reformed in Midtown, Little Rock.

We currently meet at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in The Commons.   Parking for The Commons is on the north side of St. Andrews’ Campus.  Follow the traffic circle and parking lot around to the right, behind the main facility. Pass the pavilion on the right and park by the playground.  We will be there to greet you.

To get to St. Andrews from I-630:

  • Take exit 6A; head south on Rodney Parham Rd.
  • At the light, turn right onto Kanis Rd.
  • The church is 0.6 miles down Kanis on the right.