Keypoint Church passionately believes in serving and caring for people. We encourage everyone at Keypoint Church to join our Outreach Team as we reach out individually and make a difference in our community and globally for Christ.
On a regular basis, Keypoint Church reaches out locally to the Northwest Arkansas community. Some of our outreaches have included giving away bicycles, raking leaves, visiting and praying for the sick, repairing homes, and distributing food. We also partner with local nonprofits such as Laundry Love, Samaritan Community Center, Seven Hills Outreach, Saving Grace, and Cobblestone Project. Additionally, we offer support and assistance to couples in the adoption process.
Laundry Love Service Project
Laundry Love is a monthly service project that Keypoint Church sponsors. At Laundry Love, we partner with two local Laundromats in cleaning the clothes of those in need. We also offer a meal, conversation, and prayer. To learn more about the national Laundry Love organization, click here.
Third Friday of each month
112 N. 13th Street
Rogers, AR 72756
First Friday of each month
1202 Backus Avenue
Springdale, AR 72764
National and Global Missions
Keypoint also reaches out to other areas of the U.S. and in the world. We partner with the ARC organization to plant new churches in the U.S. and the EQUIP organization to develop Christian leaders internationally. We have taken missions trips in the U.S. to serve at the Dream Center in Los Angeles and to provide tornado relief in Joplin, Missouri. Globally, we have taken trips to Uganda, South Africa, India, and Israel. We support several missionaries and missions organizations:
Partnered with Global Family Daughter Project in an effort to prevent human trafficking
Participated in Project Rescue to rehabilitate victims of human trafficking
Supported Doxa Deo in South Africa as well as local schools in poverty-stricken areas
Helped Watoto Ministries in Uganda
Assisted with the King of Kings outreach to the Jewish people of Israel.
Sent out Tim and Genessa Newberry as missionaries to Uganda to work with orphan care and development projects