St. Luke's Episcopal Church | North Little Rock, AR 72116

St. Luke's Episcopal Church


THE Episcopal Church in North Little Rock welcomes you!
 

WEEKLY SERVICES

Sunday Morning Worship
8:00 AM – Holy Eucharist – Rite II
9:15 AM -  Christian Formation
10:30 AM – Holy Eucharist – Rite II

Nursery provided up to age 4 Sundays

Wednesday Midweek Eucharist
12:00 PM Rite II with anointing for the sick
Morning Prayer
7 AM Friday

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
MISSION STATEMENT To be a spiritual community empowering disciples to know Christ and make Him known.

VISION We believe that we are called to love and to express the love of the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength. We believe that we are called to love our neighbors as ourselves. 

We strive to achieve this by:

  • being focused on spiritual development
  • being intentional about discipleship
  • being committed to outreach
  • being committed to diversity in worship and music

By being faithful to this vision, we each embark on our earthly journey to know Christ and make Him known.

 

 

We are the closest Episcopal Church to the interstate.

 

 

This website is dedicated to the memory of S. Craig Wilson, our first webmaster.
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ST. LUKE T-SHIRTS ON SALE NOW! You can buy them today after the services. Cost is $15 or $18 for XXL. They come in two colors: Royal Blue and Prairie Dust. After Sunday, they will be on sale in the church office. All proceeds go to ECW.

 

On August 16th, we will have a blessing of the backpacks during both services. Parents, please allow your children to bring their backpacks to the services to be blessed before school begins. 

 

Daily efforts to be 'green' can pay off in the long run!

Sunday Psalm 24:1-2 (NRSV) “The earth is the LORD's and all that is in it, the world, and those who live in it; for God has founded it on the seas, and established it on the rivers.”  Join me and thousands of others throughout the world in taking the GreenFaith Pledge, “I pledge to make my life a blessing for the Earth.”  http://greenfaith.org/blog/greenfaith-pledge

 

Monday  - Rubber Bands - Rubber bands are made from crude oil. When these are incinerated at the dump, significant health effects can result.  In North America, 2.2 million metric tons of synthetic rubbers are used per year.  This could make almost a quarter of a million rubber band balls as big as the world’s largest ball of twine (in Cawker City, Kansas).

 

Tuesday - ATM Receipt – Don’t take an ATM receipt!  ATM receipts are one of the top sources of litter on the planet.  If everyone in the United States left their receipt in the machine, it would save a roll of paper more than two billion feet long, or enough to circle the equator fifteen times.

 

Wednesday – Soda – If you have a choice, buy soda from the fountain in a paper cup instead of from a can or plastic bottle.  You’ll reduce the amount of aluminum cans and plastic bottles that are wasted.  More paper (48 percent) is recycled and recovered to make new products than aluminum soda cans (43.9 percent) or plastic soda bottles (25 percent).

 

Thursday – Trees – You could save over 20 percent on your air-conditioning bill per year by planting two twenty-five-foot shad trees on the west and one on the east side of your home.  If shade trees were planted around just 25 percent of dwellings with air-conditioning, the energy savings would be enough to shut down three coal-fired power plants.

 

Friday –  Greeting Cards – Purchase greeting cards made from recycled or tree-free materials.  Americans send two billion holiday cards each year, so just a 1 percent reduction could save fifteen thousand trees.

 

Saturday  – Paper Towels – If you can, select paper towel rolls with smaller-size sheets in order to extend the life of each roll.  (Check the package label for sheet sizes.)  A decrease in U.S. household consumption of just three rolls per year would save 120, 000 tons of waste and $4.1 million in landfill dumping fees.

Tips Source: Rogers, Elizabeth, and Thomas M. Kostigen. The green book: The everyday guide to saving the planet one simple step at a time. Harmony, 2007.

 

 


For this week's and future readings go to The Lectionary Page.

 

Contact
4106 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
North Little Rock, AR 72116
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Phone: (501) 753-4281
Fax: (501) 753-4322 stlukesnlr@gmail.com

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