Know that in all outreaches, we will be taking strict precautions to adhere to the urgings of our state and national leaders. Strict hygiene, social distancing, small groups of no more than 7-8, minimal physical interaction. These are all things that will be in full effect in any outreach. If you have been in contact with anyone showing any signs of sickness or you yourself are not feeling 100 percent, please do not participate in any of these outreaches. 

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East Rogers Meal Outreach

As you likely know, many of our NWA neighbors have been hit very hard by the impact of Covid-19 and food insecurity is on the rise.  So, we are stepping in and providing cooked dinners to kids and families alike on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday night at 5:00pm in East Rogers.  Due to health precautions, we can only have 5-6 people serving on site at a time but we need anyone and everyone to provide cooked meals that we can serve to the community. The need is great but so is the opportunity.   There's a place for you so let's shine the light of Jesus!  To learn more or to sign up, click here.

Non-Perishable Food Donations

One of the biggest needs currently (and will continue to be for some time) is keeping food on tables. You can drop off non-perishable food donations out front at either KPC campus. Desired items are non-perishables high in protein (canned tuna or chicken, vienna sausages, peanut butter, etc). There are large bins out front ready to receive your donations.  We'll then donate them to one of the great organizations we are working with to help with food insecurity.

Covid-19 Care Crew

For those that are able to help with basic needs and errands, this is a great place to serve. We will be collecting info on individuals and families that may need groceries/prescriptions picked up, dogs walked, errands ran, etc. and we'd like to have a team ready to responsibly respond.  To sign up or learn more, click here.

Samaritain Community Center (Springdale and Rogers)

Join us in supporting the great work of the Samaritan Community Center during this opportune time to shine the light of Jesus.  There are many volunteer opportunities weekly in need of being filled.  To sign up or learn more, click here.

Got questions?

If you have questions, concerns, or ideas on how we can continue to love and serve our community during this time, contact us at