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Episcopal minister helps less fortunate with feast

By Helaine Williams

This article was published November 12, 2017 at 2:22 a.m.

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For close to a decade, Luke Gilbert, family and young-adult minister at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church in Little Rock, has been organizing a Thanksgiving-basket drive for St. Francis House clients in need. The support for this drive through the years has been gratifying to him. “People have been blessed on Thanksgiving and don’t want other people to not feel the same kind of blessings they do,” he says.

Luke Gilbert, the family and young-adult minister at Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, believes in community. And he believes in the role of the church -- whose outreach tagline is "love comes first" -- as "a staging area to help our community."

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