Being an active part of the Annunciation Church family is about receiving the light of Christ and making sure to let it shine. To that end, our parish is very active in many ministries on a local as well as global level.
Locally, we have active youth and adult ministries. With age-appropriate youth groups and a vibrant Sunday school program which weaves together the elements of faith and fellowship, our parish strives to give young people the tools to not only meet the challenges of life, but better follow the Lord. In addition, our parish also offers plenty of ways for adults to grow in Christ and enjoy meaningful relationships with one another. From a vibrant ladies philanthropic organization and Bible study classes to ongoing charitable projects, there are always plenty of ways for parishioners to spiritually grow and be fully engaged in community.
Indeed, the passionate commitment to locally share our talents and blessings is perhaps best expressed by our annual International Greek Food Festival on the weekend before Memorial Day. For over three decades, the Annunciation church family has sought to transform some tasty old world recipes into proceeds that help a host of local charities do what they do best.
While our parish is continually looking for ways to use its talents and traditions towards making Little Rock a better place for all, it also strives to share the light and love of Christ beyond our borders. Globally, our parish has been active in numerous projects to support people throughout the US and in places like Africa, Turkey, Egypt, Syria, and Guatemala.
As you can tell, we feel that this parish is a special place where all kinds of people can come together to develop a dynamic relationship with the Lord, experience new and eternal life in Him, raise a family in faith, and help others in His name. We would love for you to come and pray with us—explore Orthodox Christianity and consider joining our Church family. You and your family are invited to visit us at a Sunday service at 10:00 AM (all of our services are in English), see for yourself, and “come receive the light.”