What to Expect


Frequently Asked Questions

Getting to the Church

Park Hill Baptist Church is located at 201 East “C” Avenue in North Little Rock. The church is one block off of John F Kennedy Boulevard. (Click here for map and driving directions)

Where Do I Park?

We reserve parking for first time guests in the parking lot, right outside the Worship Center. Just look for the signs off of "C" Avenue.

How Do I Dress?

Dress comfortably. Some attendees do wear their “Sunday best,” but many other people wear more casual and comfortable clothes. Don’t worry about what you wear – just come prepared to have a wonderful time of worship and fellowship.

What Do I Bring?

A Bible will help you to follow along in worship and Bible Study. If you have a Bible bring it with you to church. Our Pastor, Ken Shaddox, refers to the Bible often in his messages. If you don’t have a Bible, or forgot to bring your Bible, Bibles are available in the pew racks in the Worship Center.

When Do I Need to Arrive?

Sunday services begin at 8:15 and 10:55 a.m. Sunday Bible Study begins at 9:30 a.m. Arrive fifteen minutes before your desired worship/Bible Study time to allow for parking and entrance.

How do I find the Worship Center or my Bible study group?

Greeters are at every entrance to help you get to where you need to be – they will direct you or walk with you.

Where Do My Children Go?

Park Hill has excellent preschool and children’s ministries. We offer preschool worship care from bed babies through three years. We also have Sunday Bible Study classes that are offered for children in first through sixth grade. We care about your child’s health and security while at Park Hill Baptist Church.

How to become a Christian?

To become a Christian, you need to act upon these basic biblical truths:

  1. God loves you. Because of God's love for all people, He desires that you have unbroken fellowship with Him. (John 3:16; Ephesians 2:1-5)
  2. You are a sinner. All of us are sinners in that we have chosen to go our own way instead of being obedient to God. (Romans 3:10, 23)
  3. Sin separates you from God. Sin forms a barrier that prevents you from entering into a restored fellowship with a Holy God. (Isaiah 59:1-2)
  4. You can't save yourself. There is nothing you can do to repair that broken relationship with God. As sinners, we are morally bankrupt. (Ephesians 2:8-10)
  5. God sent His Son, Jesus,  to remove the sin barrier. Jesus died for your sins, taking your punishment on Himself. (Isaiah 53:4-6; II Corinthians 5:21; I Peter 2:24)
  6. You may receive Jesus as your Savior and become a citizen of God's kingdom through repentance and faith. Jesus began His earthly ministry with this announcement: "The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the Gospel." (Mark 1:15) We repent when we turn away from our sin; we believe in the Gospel when we turn to Jesus as our risen Lord. (I Corinthians 15:1-8) The preaching of this message of repentance and forgiveness is Christ's commission to His church. (Luke 24:44-48)
  7. Through prayer, you may call upon Jesus to save you right now. Accept God's verdict that you are a sinner. Turn from your sins and ask Him to forgive you. Invite Jesus into your life as Savior and Lord. Thank Him for entering your life, and ask Him to help you openly confess Him as your Lord. (Matthew 10:32-33; Romans 10:9-13)

This Week’s Message

"Unashamed" - Romans 1:16-17

Sun, Oct 26, 2014

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