Our Mission and Vision

At FBC Pea Ridge, we seek to Love God, Grow Together, and Impact the World. It is our desire to make Jesus Christ known to all the nations, and that starts in our own backyard. As you check out our website, you will find that we truly are a church that reaches out to all age groups. We have classes from birth through senior adults, and our church is made up of people from all walks of life. Single, married, and blended families are always welcome here. Come and see that we are church made up of authentic people that love each other and love Jesus Christ our Lord!

The Baptist Faith and Message Statement (Click Here)

Service and Times

Sunday Morning:

Worship Service @ 9:30AM
Sunday School @ 11:00AM

Wednesday Evening:

Children’s Ministry @ 6:00PM-7:30PM – (During School Year) – SPLASH 6:30PM – 7:30PM (During Summer)
PRSM (Students) @ 6:00PM-7:30PM – (During School Year)(6:30PM – 7:30PM)(During Summer)
Adult Bible Study @ 6:30pm

Our Staff Members

Al Fowler

Pastor Al Fowler has lived in Northwest Arkansas since 1977.  Al and Kim were married in 1979 and have two grown daughters, Lindsey Coffman and Laurie Chester.  Al was called to the pastoral ministry shortly after accepting Christ as his Lord and Savior in 1979.  Since then he has served

Patrick Meador

    Our Student Pastor is Patrick Meador.  Patrick and Maddi are from Fort Smith and have a beautiful baby girl named Esther. Patrick has a Bachelor of Business Administration from the U of A in Ft. Smith and a Master of Theological Studies from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Maddi

Worship Leader

Our church is looking for a Worship Leader – if you are interested contact the Church office at office@prfbc.org or 479-451-8192.

Lora Moeckel

Hello! My name is Lora Moeckel. My husband John, along with our two girls Olivia and Anna, look forward to serving the Lord in our community. We moved to Pea Ridge from the Mountain Home area in October. I served at East Side Baptist church as Children’s Minister for almost

Rebekah King

Rebekah King was born and raised in Pea Ridge, Ark., until the age of 11 when her family moved to SE Missouri. There she graduated from home school and began work at the local city library. She was a member of Harvest Baptist Church in Piedmont, Mo., where she met

Debbie Turner