Welcome to Lakewood United Methodist Church in North Little Rock, AR. We are a busy, growing, loving church with a variety of worship services and family programs.
Come check us out!
Welcome to Lakewood United Methodist Church of North Little Rock, Arkansas!
It's Fall and here at busy Lakewood UMC we're having event after event for good causes, for good fun, with good people!
You're warmly invited to put the kids in costumes and come to one of our most fun and popular events, the free Fall Festival on Sunday, October 29, from 5 - 6:30 pm. We're inviting the entire neighborhood to come by for tons of candy, lots of fun games, hayrides, bouncy houses, and more! There will be inexpensive concessions like chili pie. And the Dogtown Ukulele Band will return with its unique blend of 4-string rock and roll.
And on Wednesday, November 1, we're putting on a giant Chili Cook-Off to help pay for the 50,000 Pack Shack meals we'll prepare next SuperBold Sunday for local food pantries. There will be a bake sale and silent auction, too, and our special speaker will be Bryan Hendricks, Outdoor Editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. We Methodists love our potlucks, as Garrison Keilor will tell you, and so we know how to cook for crowds. Join us from 5:30 - 7 pm!
We'd love to have you visit us! We are a vibrant, busy, wonderful United Methodist church in North Little Rock with lots of programs for children, families, and adults of all ages. We stay busy helping our community with programs like "Lakewood Loves North Little Rock," Family Promise, and Ozark Mission Project. We have four worship services on Sunday, offering both traditional and contemporary worship at both 9 and 11 am.
We offer four different worship services on Sunday. At 9 am, there's the "Blue Jean" service in Wesley Hall and the "Trinity" service in the sanctuary. Then at 11 am, there's "illumination" in Wesley Hall and our "Trinity" service in the Sanctuary. Learn more....
We recently packed over 16,000 meals for the hungry on a single Sunday, and we host homeless women and children at our church through Family Promise. We helped found the Ozark Mission Project, a summer camp for teens who build wheelchair ramps and repair homes for our neighbors in need. And there's more, much more.