To: Faithful Members of City of Fire Ministries


The overall objective of this plan is to properly prepare the sanctuary, staff, and volunteers for the return of In-Service Worship while simultaneously maintaining the excellent production of an Online Worship Experience. 

Due to the current pandemic of COVID19, we have successfully maintained interactive and intimate online services. As the City of Little Rock is opening up in phases, we must effectively prepare for our members and visitors to return to In-Service worship. 

Plan of Action:

May 31, 2020-Pentecost Sunday (Comeback Service) Remember,  if you have been quarantined, recent diagnosis with COVID19, feeling ill, having flu-like symptoms or simply at risk of spreading the virus, please stay at home and join us live-stream on Sundays at 10:am and on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm.

Mandatory for In-Service (Members & Visitors)

Millions of Americans embrace worship as an essential part of life.  For many faith traditions, gathering together for worship is at the heart of what it means to be a community of faith. But we are aware, gatherings present a risk for increasing the spread of COVID-19 during this Public Health Emergency. As we’re returning to a safe clean environment, it is important we keep cleanliness at the forefront of everything that we’re doing. CDC offers these suggestions for faith communities to consider and accept, reject, or modify as we stay the course in preparing to reconvene for in-person gatherings while still working to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

We can’t do this alone. We need your help to ensure we’re all safe.

We look forward to celebrating Easter with you on Sunday, April 21st at 10AM!

Let’s focus on the purpose and the truth why we celebrate. God’s grand story of redemption, through his Son’s victory over sin and death rests at the center of what we call the gospel. At City of Fire, we wholeheartedly believe that Jesus changes everything and everyone. We believe that he longs to work in our hearts, to grow us and to mature us. And we know, too, that Jesus is the only way to overcome the penalty and the power of sin.

His life, his death, and his resurrection give us hope as we look forward to the “eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison” (2 Corinthians 4:17).

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