Dear Friends in Christ,
I came to St. Margaret’s in 2011 knowing that God was calling me to take part in the realization of a vision for this community. That vision would include welcoming all kinds of people into a relationship with Christ, and nurturing one another as we grow in wisdom and love. As we have faithfully lived out this mission, we have — not surprisingly — reached the limitations of our building.
Together, we have discerned that it is time now to build a space that will expand our opportunities to minister to children and youth, provide Christian formation for adults, and serve the people of west Little Rock. This campaign will be a challenge for us. Yet, I am convinced of the need, committed to our vision of ministry, and convicted by God’s call to us.
Now is the time to move forward with faith and courage. I invite you to participate in what will be the next step of our journey together as St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church.
The Rev. Mary Vano
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On Sunday, August 13, St. Margaret’s celebrated as the church broke ground on the Peggy Bosmyer Christian Formation Center and welcomed our rector, the Rev. Mary Vano back from her sabbatical. The church, which normally worships across three services, gathered for one combined service with friends from near and far at 10:30 a.m. The sanctuary of the church was packed as the Rev. Vano reflected on the meaning of homecoming a ...
“We celebrate joy and life; we celebrate the truth that God has invited us to share in the creation of a new world, a world where God will wipe all tears from our eyes, and all God’s children will know what it means to sing and dance and rejoice...”
When Peggy Bosmyer preached these ...
The sanctuary was crowded on Sunday as the members of St. Margaret's listened to Capital Campaign Chair Michael Connery speak passionately about the expansion of our building that will serve the expansion of our ministries. Our gift workers were recognized and the congregation was encouraged to begin Building the Good News together by responding to the invitation t ...
Loving God, giver of all that is true and lovely and good, look graciously upon St. Margaret’s Church, your willing servants, as we seek to grow our ministry in west Little Rock.
Grant us grace as we continue to live into our mission to build God’s kingdom through the power of the Holy Spirit in body and soul. Enable us to support our growing membership, our educational opportunities, and our work in your name by expanding our church facilities.
May we be faithful stewards of your bounty as we proclaim the good news of the resurrected Christ, and Build the Good News in our community and in the world.
We pray in the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Amen.