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The Church at Argenta is a fresh expression of church rooted in the Argenta Arts District of North Little Rock. We will continually hold out the promise that it is possible for humans to unite with one another, offer their individual gifts, and share a common commitment to God’s mission. If you are committed to exploring what it means to follow Jesus in this world, then do not hesitate to join us.










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If you are a part of The Church at Argenta, we believe that cheerfully and sacrificially giving of our finances is a continuation of our worship for God and a part of our commitment to this community of faith. If you are outside of our church community but you want to give, we appreciate your generosity and support. Thank you for your trust in what God is doing through The Church at Argenta and for your commitment and contribution to us.


Ordinary Time

And just like that, we’re back to Ordinary Time in the Church year. It may feel like anything but ordinary. Extraordinary time, as we might call the other seasons of the year, can sometimes feel just as ordinary as anything. This is part of the beauty of the church...

Theology of Maps

“…maps help us engage providence and see God’s power and beautiful presence, in the world and throughout history.” – John Van...

5th Sunday of Easter

Gospel Reading: John 14:1-14 For Sunday, May 18, 2014: Year A – 5th Sunday of Easter How spacious is the Father’s house? Is everyone really invited? We suffer from a shortage of imagination, I think, when it comes to imagining God’s house being large enough for...

Sunday’s Gatering (5/4)

As you are well aware of, tornados turned two local communities into rubble. One particular story hit home for us. In Vilonia, The Valley Church’s building was destroyed. Pictured below is what is left. Post by The Valley Church. It is easy to say things like...

Tornado Disaster Relief Response

From Bob Fieling concerning the ABSC tornado disaster response… Thank you for your prayers and calls concerning the victims of the April 27 tornado outbreak. Thank you also for your calls asking how you can help. The Arkansas Baptist State Convention has been...

Serving our Homeless Neighbors

On Sunday April 6th, we cancelled our regular worship service to serve the homeless community under the Broadway Bridge. We serve our neighbors in this way the first Sunday every other month. Join us next time June...

Church Constitution and Covenant

This past Sunday, we had the opportunity to revisit our Constitution and Covenant (click links to download). If you are interested in my notes from our time together, click here. One thing in particular is our view over “church membership.” We desire for...

40 Ideas for Keeping Lent Holy

Traditionally Lent is a time of self-denial, fasting, and penitence. However, there is no agreement on how it should be kept. Many Christians try to give up something: for instance, chocolate, Facebook or television. It’s even become a period to try and break...