We offer two traditional and two contemporary worship services each Sunday morning here in North Little Rock. Come as you are to any of them. Our pastors are illuminating speakers whose sermons will engage and challenge you. Our music is diverse, uplifting, and performed by talented musicians. And our congregation is friendly, welcoming, and open. We welcome all ages in worship and families worshiping together. Worship at Lakewood is full of joy, fellowship, and God.
9 am "Blue Jean" Service - Wesley Hall
One of the first contemporary services in Central Arkansas, over twenty years later families are still coming to worship in this relaxed, casual atmosphere with classic rock-style music by the LEVItes praise band. Our largest service.
11 am "illumination" Service - Gibson Hall
Our newest worship service features fresh, acoustic singer-songwriter music by worship leader Cara Chapman and uplifting preaching from Rev. Cindy Henry in an intimate, informal atmosphere.
9 and 11 am Traditional services - Sanctuary
Our sanctuary is a holy place, with lofted ceiling and stained glass, and filled with the love of many generations of families. Our "Wesleyan" worship at 9 am is a simple, traditional service with hymn singing and communion every Sunday (our table is open to all). Our "Trinity" service at 11 am features the Chancel Choir and pipe organ. Both are the classic, traditional services you know and love
We host many special worship services throughout the year, including the North Little Rock Community Easter Sunrise Service (above), Worship in the Park at the Lakewood POA pavilion, Candlelight Christmas Eve services, and our annual Blessing of the Backpacks and Lakewood Elementary as the children of our community's children return to school each year.