Trinity Cathedral, Little Rock
Trinity Cathedral in Little Rock, Ark., (ASA 305) was established in 1884. It is located in the historic Quapaw Quarter in downtown Little Rock and is the spiritual home for a vibrant, inclusive body of Christians. As a downtown parish, Trinity is active in the community, continually seeking ways to both proclaim the Good News within and beyond its walls, and to bear witness to Christ’s ongoing work among those in the city. As the cathedral in the Diocese of Arkansas, Trinity seeks to be a spiritual and physical resource for the work of the bishop and the other 55 Episcopal congregations throughout the state. Trinity is seeking a dean and rector who will be spiritual, inclusive, innovative, scholarly, and discerning.
St. Luke’s, Hot Springs
St. Luke’s in Hot Springs, Ark., (ASA 185) is a historic downtown church that is deeply involved in the community. Its buildings and grounds are in excellent shape and include a beautiful nave, sizable parish hall, and administration wing. The church is also home to a large day school. The outgoing rector has done extensive work towards retiring the congregation’s debt and leaves St. Luke’s in a healthy financial position. The congregation hopes its next rector will be a visible presence in Hot Springs and support its dedication to outreach.
St. James’, Eureka Springs
St. James in Eureka Springs (ASA 76) has enjoyed a very positive past eight years. Its most recent two vicars were part-time, and they did fantastic work empowering lay leadership. Eureka Springs is a unique town in northwest Arkansas. It is a popular tourist destination and a politically liberal pocket in a fairly conservative region.
Trinity Church, Pine Bluff