Area Churches

Foreman is home to several vibrant churches. Whether you’re looking for a large, contemporary congregation or a small traditional service, you’ll find it here. Below is a listing of all churches within the city limits. In addition, our area boasts many fine, smaller country churches on the outskirts of town and in the surrounding county. For more information, use the contact information below to find out current service times, staff, etc…

Freedom Temple

Freedom Temple
212 S 2 St
Foreman, AR 71836

First United Methodist Church

First United Methodist Church
220 N Bell St
Foreman, AR
(870) 542-7433

St. Matthews Baptist Church

St Matthews Baptist Church
PO Box 176
Foreman, AR 71836

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church

St Barnabas Episcopal Church
202 N Bell St
Foreman, AR 71836

First Baptist Church

First Baptist Church
915 Schuman St
Foreman, AR 71836

Church of Christ

Church of Christ
421 Tracy Lawrence Ave
Foreman, AR 71836

Catholic Church

Catholic Church
Foreman, AR 71836

Community Center

The Community Center is located at 200 Schuman Street and is available for private use by reservation. It is often used for family reunions, class reunions, various indoor activities and town get-togethers such as the monthly City Council meetings. The facility is fully heated and cooled and furnished with a full kitchen and folding tables and chairs.

To reserve the center, please contact Foreman City Hall at (870) 542-6234 or (870) 542-7434.

Annual Events

Foreman hosts several annual events including:

  • Southern Sportsman Foundation
    • The Southern Sportsmen Foundation is a group of enthusiasts who want to share our love for the outdoors with people who have disabilities, including children and veterans. Our supporters believe that in the world of hunting, there is room for people of all abilities. We are dedicated to raising funds to help provide exceptional outdoor activities for people who have missed out on the kinds of experiences that can provide memories and enjoyment for a lifetime.The Southern Sportsmen Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Foreman, Arkansas. The foundation is a spin-off organization of a local chapter of the Buckmasters American Deer Foundation (BADF), which includes participants from Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma. That organization, formed in 1998 after founders realized a need to provide hunting opportunities for the disabled, has fulfilled many hunting wishes for children and young adults.

      Since forming in 2004, SSF has sponsored over 200 men, women & kids with disabilities from all over the US. The generous support of businesses and individuals has helped hunters from more than a dozen states across America take part in exceptional hunting excursions. Consider supporting us as a Platinum, Gold or Silver level sponsor. For more information, contact us.

      The foundation works closely with the outdoor and wildlife departments of each state. We support their efforts to ensure the protection, conservation and preservation of our natural resources. Learn more:

        Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
        Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation
        Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept.
        Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries
  • Christmas Parade
  • Little River County Fair and Rodeo

Foreman Public Library

Foreman's Public Library is a great place to relax with a book.Foreman is proud to support a fully stocked and staffed public library complete with a large selection of titles in various genres as well as periodicals. Guests enjoy a clean, quite atmosphere with freely available reading materials of every kind.

The library is affiliated with the Southwest Regional Library Association.

In addition to various events throughout the year, the library staff prides itself on an excellent children’s section and yearly kid’s summer reading programs. The programs are available to all children, classes, preschool and other groups.

In addition to printed material, the library also offers the following services:

Inter-library loan- For materials not immediately on hand.
Computer/Internet- Computers with filtered internet access are available on a first-come, first-served basis with a use limit of 30 minutes if other patrons are waiting.

Open Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, the library offers something for everyone. Visit Foreman’s library today to see what we have for you!

Civic Clubs

Foreman is home to an array of organizations dedicated to various causes and activities. From volunteer groups devoted to helping people in need to hobbyist clubs dedicated to the enjoyment of lifes simplest diversions, folks around here stay busy. And it shows! Below are some of our more popular organizations.

Veterans of Foreign War  Veterans of Foreign Wars

Masonic Lodge  Foreman Masonic Lodge

Order of the Eastern Star  Order of the Eastern Star

United Fund  Foreman United Fund

TexArk Anique Auto Club  TexArk Antique Auto Club

 Southern Sportsmen Foundation

For more information on this organization contact:
Mike Cranford PO Box 209 Foreman, AR 71836 (903) 826-3318.


Downtown ForemanWhile you’re in town, be sure to take time to stroll through Foreman’s downtown, where there’s no fast lane and window shopping is a local pastime.

Tucked in the middle of Little River County, this little haven is full of history. Every shop has a story all its own, and the record of Foreman’s past is preserved in each one of the buildings that line the streets.

Meander through the old shops that have been around since long ago and experience the kind of warm, friendly folks and relaxed atmosphere that you’ll never find at a big box retailer. No fighting traffic. No crowds or loud music. No pushy salespeople. And no gimmicks guaranteed to make you buy something. Just the simple, hard-working men and women that call Foreman’s main street home. Spend a day downtown. The only thing we guarantee you’ll go home with is a smile!

Foremandiscover a simpler life!

New Rocky Comfort Museum

New Rocky Comfort Museum

Built in Foreman in 1902 as a jailhouse using the “stacked board” method of construction, this museum is full of local history and artifacts.

The museum housed in the old jail (whose first inmate was the man who built it), memorializes local events, families and characters.

Stop by sometime and learn a little about our history.

The museum is located at 3rd & Schuman.  For more information call 870-542-7887.