Frequently Asked Questions
What type of church is RFA (Russellville First Assembly)?
RFA is a cooperative fellowship of the General Council of the Assemblies of God.
What does RFA believe?
You can read a comprehensive list of our statements of truth by clicking here.
Where is RFA located?
RFA is located in Russellville, Arkansas. For driving directions, click here.
What are your service times?
We have two Sunday Morning Worship Services, our early morning service begins at 9:00AM and our mid morning service begins at 11:00AM. Our R.I.V.E.R. Life (Sunday School) hour begins at 10:05AM. Our Sunday Evening Worship Service begins at 6:00PM. Our Midweek Worship Service begins at 6:00PM.
What should I wear?
At RFA you'll find a warm and welcoming enviornment where an array of dress styles can be found. You will see everything from jeans to business attire. We want you to feel comfortable in whatever you choose to wear and focus instead on the message of Christ 's love for you.
What style of music can I expect?
Our music is a blend of traditional and modern worship styles. Our goal is to make our music style relevant to all age groups and demographics. The 9:00AM service on Sundays leans more toward the traditional side while our 11:00AM leans more toward the modern worship style.
- Do you offer a nursery during your services?
Do you offer services for my children?
Yes. We have a wonderful Children's Ministry that is headed by Kerrye Swicegood. On Sunday Mornings we have services designed for children from Kindergarten through the sixth grade in the Activities Complex. During each Sunday Morning Worship Service we offer Renov8 Kids Children's Service in the Renov8 Auditorium. We serve breakfast for all children in the Gym at 9:30AM. We also have age-appropriate R.I.V.E.R. Life classes at 10:05AM. On Wednesday Nights we have AWANA Clubs in the Activities Complex at 6:00PM.
- Do you offer services for teenagers?
How is RFA involved in the community?
Throughout the year RFA strives to be very active and involved in our community. For eleven years during the Easter season RFA presents the drama "He's Alive" featuring a cast of over 250 people. RFA is also in partnership with Main Street Mission, a local organization that helps with community needs of all sorts. Once a year during Thanksgiving, RFA and Main Street Mission team up to host a community wide Food Distribution.