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Due to a 70% chance of rain on Wednesday morning, we have decided to go ahead and cancel the drive-thru disposition of ashes that was scheduled from 6-9 am. We will still have our very meaningful Ash Wednesday worship service in the Sanctuary at 6 pm.

While we know that Arkansas weather can change at the drop of a pin, we felt the need to make the call this morning in order to have plenty of time to get the word out via email, our website, and our Facebook page. Please hear again, though, that our evening worship service filled with music, scripture, and prayer will still take place in the Sanctuary.

We look forward to seeing you at 6 pm tomorrow evening!

Plan on joining us Ash Wednesday morning and evening as we begin the journey to Easter.

Please share this information with your friends, family, and on social media.

Thank you to all who supported this year’s Souper Bowl of Caring.

And a big “Thank You” to our Park Hill Chefs for another wonderful meal!


Back in August, Kaye Walker posted an article on Facebook that caught the eye of our Elder Chair, Betsy White.  It spoke of how during World War II, an advisor to Winston Churchill organized a group of people who stopped whatever they were doing at one particular time of day and prayed for their country, its people, and peace for one minute.  With all that’s going on in our country and world, Betsy thought this would be a wonderful thing for our church to do, and the elders agreed.  So, we have chosen the slogan “Take 2 @ 8” to encourage you to pray for our church, our leaders, and our world.  Instead of picking one particular time, we are suggesting two: either 8 am or 8 pm.  Of course, if you are feeling adventurous, you could always pray at both times!  The Scripture we are focusing on is 1 Timothy 2:1-2: “First of all, I ask you to pray for everyone. Ask God to help and bless them all, and tell God how thankful you are for each of them. Pray for rulers and for all who have authority, so that we may live quiet and peaceful lives as we worship and honor God.”

PHCC and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church host and feed low income or homeless families through Family Promise. There are many ways you can help. Call the church office (753-1109) or Jennie Gregory to sign up or for further information.

The purpose of this group is to provide food for special events at our church – meals for families on the day of a funeral, dinners for regional meetings, receptions for special events, and so on.  Call the church office (753-1109) or Linda White to sign up or for further information.

In order to help minister to our congregation, PHCC offers “Breeze” (an online church management system) as a way to connect with our members.

Breeze information




9:00 a.m. – Cross Roads Worship in the Christian Family Life Center.

10:00 a.m. – Sunday School classes for all ages.

11:00 a.m. – Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary



The Vision of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
To be a faithful, growing church, that demonstrates true community, deep Christian spirituality and a passion for justice.
Micah 6:8

The Mission of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
To be and to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, witnessing, loving and serving from our doorsteps “to the ends of the earth.”
Acts 1:8