Normal Weekly calendar:
Sunday 9:30 am Bible Study at Open Door Community Church sponsored by our sister church Indian Hills Church in the children’s room.
Sunday 10:30 Meet and Greet at Open Door Community Church
Sunday 10:45 -12:30 Worship Service at Open Door Community Church
Tuesday 7:00 PM “Conversations with Dave and Dick”: This discussion opportunity will be conducted by Dave Winger and Pastor Dick King who will discuss topics, then lead a question and answer period afterwards.
At Open Door, we believe that Christian fellowship should extend beyond the Sunday Morning Services and into all facets of our daily lives. To that extent, we strive to schedule activities throughout the year in an effort to provide a fun, safe environment of fellowship for all ages. These activities include guest speakers from across the United States, guest musical artists, concerts, workshops, nature hikes, picnics, potluck suppers, AIDS Awareness Walkathons, participation/representation in Pride events, and holiday parties. And of course we have a tradition of annual special services that celebrate Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Each Autumn is capped by an Annual Fall Conference, with many guest speakers and musical artists.
Please check this page often as it will be updated frequently as new events are scheduled into the calendar.
Pastor Randy Eddy-McCain was interviewed by Vipp Jaswal on Fox on Gay issues to listen click here
2017 Events and Service, and Giving Opportunities –
Friday, September 29th 7 pm – Movie Night “Lion” Bring movie watching snacks.
2017 Annual Fall Conference November 17-19.
Open Door Annual Fall Conference 2017
November 17th – November 19th
Schedule for Conference
FRIDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M. CONCERT BY REV. VINCE ANDERSON
8:00 P.M. SPEAKER ED BACON
Followed by THE AWARDING OF THE PEGGY CAMPOLO AWARD TO REV. BACON
HEAVY HORS D OEUVRES FOLLOWING
9:00 A.M. Pastries and OJ and Coffee at the church
10:00 A.M. SPEAKER ED BACON
11:00 A.M. PRESENTATION BY RAGAN COURTNEY
11:30 A.M. PANEL DISCUSSION WITH REV. BACON, PASTOR STAN MITCHELL, PEGGY CAMPOLO, JAY BAKKER AND OTHERS.
12:15 LUNCH IS SERVED
1:15 P.M. SPEAKER JAY BAKKER
2:15 P.M. REV. VINCE WORKSHOP SINGING THE PSALMS
7:00 P.M. CYNTHIA CLAWSON CONCERT
8:00 P.M. STAN MITCHELL SPEAKER
HEAVY HORS D OEUVRES FOLLOWING
10:45 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE WITYH STAN MITCHELL SPEAKING.
POTLUCK FOLLOWING SERVICE
Friday October 27 7 pm – Annual Halloween Party at Randy and Gary’s Home.
Ongoing Ministries and Outreach:
ODCC Closed Facebook Group – The Church maintains a closed facebook group page where members share prayer requests and other personal needs, achievements, challenges, victories, and personal thoughts and inspirations.
Ongoing giving opportunities:
We collect toiletries for folks who are homeless or under resourced. We support a number of organizations that minister to folks who are homeless or under resourced. Recurring needs include soap, deodorant, lotion, shampoo, conditioner, bug repellent, underwear (new only), socks, toilet paper, baby wipes, matches/lighters, chap stick, feminine hygiene products, razors, shaving cream, combs/brushes, toothpaste, and toothbrushes. These items may be placed in the donation box on the I AM information table. Thanks!
ODCC Food Drive We are proud to partner with Sherwood First Christian Church in providing food to people in our community who are in need. Non-perishable food items are collected each week. If you are in need of groceries, please contact Sherwood First Christian Church located at 2803 East Kiehl Avenue. The telephone number is (501) 835-5505. They will be happy to assist you.
Box tops for education – Box Tops for Education has helped America’s schools earn over $400 million since 1996. You can earn cash for area schools by clipping Box Tops coupons from hundreds of participating products. The Box Tops may be placed in a designated container on the information table.
Ozark Water Project – We partner with Ozark Water Project to turn shoes into drilling water. The shoes are exported to distributors in third world countries and sold to folks in need. The sale also helps build the local developing economy. The funds generated are then used to purchase well digging rigs for fresh water. Shoes may be placed in the tub near the I AM table.