Community Groups

Community Groups

Parish Life Committee: A ministry of coordinating receptions, dinners or other special occasions.  Participants prepare food, set up and clean up. Martha Mayland leads this ministry.

Feast with Friends: Parishioners gather in each other’s home to share a meal and fellowship.

For the summer, "pop up" dinners have begun. We have nine Hosts so far.  What is so comfortable about pop ups is that you can have one, two, three, fifty guests.  Many people wanted to host in the past but had room for only four at their table.  As a host you provide the main entry and coordinate what will be brought by those invited.  Where and when you have your pop up breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner or picnic is up to the host.  All I ask is that the host: 1) takes into account who has already participated in another pop up (I will send the host a list of past participants); 2) sends me a list of who attends (participants can be from within and outside our church); 3) takes photos to post in our St. Luke’s Facebook page.  In reality this can be done year around.  If we had 20 hosts willing to host once during the year we could have enough dinners for everyone to attend one.  There is no dead line to sign up.  Just call Barbara Rhodes and let her know what month you want to host - 501.753.3168.

Daughters of the King: The Saint Emma Chapter of The Order of the Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. We have made a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and we follow Him as Lord of our lives. We are an Order for women who are communicates of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the Historic Episcopate.  We meet monthly on the second Sunday in the Parish Hall at 12:30PM. Please call DOK President Rita Friend, 501.944.7137, for more information.

Churchmen: An informal group, the ChurchMen supports projects of both St. Luke’s and the greater Episcopal Church. On the second Saturday of the month, the ChurchMen hold a breakfast for the men of the Church. Parts of the proceeds from this breakfast are donated to needy projects at Christmas.

Brotherhood of St. Andrew:
The Brotherhood is a men's group that has international connections.  They devote themselves to prayer and study and are instrumental in gathering together people to do help projects like cleaning up yards of our older members and making various trips to help clean-up our Diocesan Camp at Camp Mitchell.  To learn more contact Dickey Mayland at 835-6411.

Episcopal Church Women: This group that is open to all women.  It meets quarterly in open session and they devote themselves, through projects and their Holiday Bazaar, to fund special projects that the Church might need, such as new ovens.  For more information contact Wanda Dunwoody.

Small Group Ministry: St. Luke's currently has two small groups that meet in individual's homes for study, reflection and fellowship.  The groups consist of 12 - 14 members each and each has covenanted with others in the group to be regular in attendance, prayer and support of one another.  One group meets on Monday evenings and the other group meets on Thursday evenings.  The desire is to form more groups.  If you are interested please contact the office at 501-753-4281.


Columbarium Committee: The Columbarium Committee works closely with rector in overseeing the ministry of our columbarium. They ensure that the it is well maintained and policies for the sale and managing of burial niches are kept current. In the event of a death they make sure that niches are prepared for services and properly closed after.
Contact: Dan Dennis




4106 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
North Little Rock, AR 72116


Phone: (501) 753-4281
Fax: (501) 753-4322


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