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    • Service Opportunity for Samaritan House Fellowship Rogers Breakfast providers needed on June 4, 11 and July 2. If you or your community group can serve, contact Community Ministries or Mari Daves.

  • Man Church | Fridays | 6:15-7:30am | The Lodge 

    The mission of Man Church is to Connect men in authentic community, Point men to Jesus, and Encourage men to become fully mature followers of Jesus. Teaching sessions first Friday of every Month at the Lodge, with "Foxholes," meeting in the in-between weeks, where men will be accepted, affirmed, and challenged. Check us out at http://manchurchnwa.org/. Questions? Contact Scott Thompson at 479-903-1529.


      Wednesday | May 31 | 7:00-9:00pm | The Lodge
      Kim Marquette will be speaking on creating connections and we will share options for connecting in our communities this summer. Questions? Contact Sarah Ernst

    • Legacy Grandparenting Summit

      November 2-4 | 8:30am-4:00pm 
      Lake Pointe Church |Rockwall, TX

      Early-bird Discounts available until May 30.
      Registration open now on their website. Questions? Contact Pam Gay, 479-878-2956

    • Summer Camps 
      Ravencrest| Estes Park | Cost $525 (upcoming 9th graders)
      Timberline| Winter Park | Cost $615 (upcoming 12th graders)
  • Estate Design
    Saturday, June 24 | 5:00-7:15pm | Training Center Classroom 166
    A discussion on God's design in planning for the care of your family past your lifetime, passing on family treasures and wealth to future generations, and living generously past your life through wise planning. Class includes understanding wills and trusts, taxes and probate, and property transfer. Presentation covers the four goals to keep in mind with your estate planning. Presenter: Don Reed
    Register: myFellowship | Keyword: EstateDesign

    • Summer Service in Early Childhood
      We have newborns through 6 year olds at each service that need folks who can check them in to their classrooms, play games with them, lead them in story time, help them with crafts and coloring pages, serve them snacks and much more! Questions? Contact Robyn Yates.
    • Samaritan Community Center is in critical need of volunteers to serve in its Samaritan Shops in Rogers and Springdale. One-third of the SCC's support comes from its thrift stores, so volunteers are needed to sort and price donated items. For more information, contact Heather at 479-246-1060.
    • If you enjoy welcoming people and ensuring their visit to the Fellowship NWA campus is a positive experience, please consider joining the greeter team on Sunday mornings. You can arrive 30 minutes prior to the service you attend or stay 30 minutes after your service... or both to provide an inviting, friendly atmosphere and help visitors with their questions. Please contact Hector if you're interested in exploring this opportunity to serve. For additional opportunities to serve, click HERE.
    • For additional opportunities to serve, click HERE.

    • Volunteers Needed: A real unique opportunity to help welcome over 500 refugees living 45 minutes away in Noel, MO. Contact Brian Pope at 479-841-5473.
    • Volunteer Needed: Female willing to help an Indian lady learn to drive. You would need to use your own vehicle, but she has a permit. Contact: jmdeschenes@outlook.com
    Fellowship's 40+ North Region Community Group is open to any resident in the Bentonville/Rogers/Bella Vista area. Sign up through myFellowship, or contact Chuck Hutchinson or Deb Smith for a meeting schedule and more information.

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Community Worship

Join the Rogers community for Community Worship on the third Sunday of each month in the Family Center at 9:30 or 11:00. 

In this smaller setting we are able to hear about what's going on in the lives of those whom we work, play and live alongside. Check out the life-change story of Kereena and Joe Holloway.

Man Church

The mission of Man Church is to point men to Jesus, connect men with each other, and teach men to reflect Jesus to those around them.  

We will meet for teaching every other week throughout the year at 6:15am on Fridays. We will also form "Foxholes", or small groups, where men will be accepted, affirmed, encouraged, and challenged. The Foxholes will meet every week. 

Plan to come as an individual or bring your already-existing small group.  Our desire is to give you some tracks to run on as we grow in our walk with Jesus. 

Questions?  Contact communityministries@fellowshipnwa.org or visit the Man Church website.

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