Betty Sykes is cooking up her specialty for Sunday, "Country food, " she said.
A delicious meal for her fellow parishioners. "It's been here a long time," she said. "I was 10 when I started coming to church."
That history changed when storms swept through Central Arkansas this spring destroying the building but never rattling it's members.
"As long as our pastor as his wife we're fine," said Sykes. "I knew we could put this all back."
Longtime Pastor Andrew Justice said faith is a reason they were able to re-build and pick themselves back up.
A beautiful new roof is now over the heads of the church's regular members.
"This is a building, it's nothing," said Pastor Justice. "God showed us how easy it was to take it away."
A celebration for the re-opening Sunday. A feast of comfort food that was shared with each other, the way Sunday's have been spent here long before the storm.