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That's right, our hands were made to serve one another. We love our community and the core of our mission is to reveal Jesus to everyone through our own changed lives and our love for them. We strive to be disciples of Jesus who are eager to serve others. The ministries on this page were created out of a love for God and the conviction that he served and so we also serve one another in his name. "I have given you an example to follow. Do as I have done to you." - John 13:15
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, anxiety, codependency or addiction of any kind.
Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.
We serve a meal at 5:30 PM every Monday. Our large group worship starts at 6:00 PM in the WestArk gym. Our Open Share groups meet directly after Large Group. We offer free childcare for ages 4 and under. During Large Group and Open Share we have Celebration Place for ages 5-12.
Contact Larry Roper at (479) 414-2677 for more information.
COMPASSIONATE UTILIZATION OF RESOURCES
CURE was created in 1996 in the aftermath of a devastating tornado in our community. Since then, CURE has been focused on disaster relief, support of medical missions and providing resources for ministries around the globe. CURE specializes in redistributing durable goods to those in need and the shipping and transportation of those items into areas will they will do the most good.
The Hope Chest
The Hope Chest is an non-profit organization that provides clothing and household items to people in need. We are located on the corner of 4th and H Street in downtown Fort Smith. We believe that God’s people are called to demonstrate God’s love by sharing with those in need. Clothing and housewares are free of charge to anyone in need. We accept clean useable items. Contact us if you have items to donate. Volunteers are always welcomed.
717 North 4th Street
Fort Smith, AR 72901
Due to the continued increase in the virus numbers, the Hope Chest will be closed indefinitely.
We will re-evaluate the situation on January 20.
We are requesting no donations until such time as we have reopened. Please keep those we serve in your thoughts during this difficult period.
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