Saint Mark Helps: Learn more about how you can be a part!

Tornado Relief Efforts

We continue to pray for everyone affected by the March 31 storms. In our church DNA, Saint Mark, is the desire to serve and help when and where we can in times of need.

Many of you have asked for ways you can help. Our volunteer signup is currently full, but the need is still great. We are coordinating our efforts with the City of Little Rock and other local organizations to maximize the impact we have. 

Here are three ways you can help right now:

  • Sign up to volunteer with the City of Little Rock –
  • Take donation items to City Center, 315 N. Shackleford Road, just below Immanuel Baptist Church, OR The City of Little Rock is accepting donations of water and nonperishable food items at the Little Rock Fire Training Academy, 7000 Murray Drive. Donations are accepted daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Give to the Restoration Project HERE.


We’re here for you.

Saint Mark family in the Pulaski County area, we are most certainly praying for all those affected by the March 31st destructive storms. And in the spirit of our church community we want you to know we are here for you. Below are resources to help you during this time of recovery.

CLICK HERE if you need mental health resources.

Disaster Recovery Assistance

Our city and state officials continue to work hard to push out as many resources to residents as possible.

FEMA is setup up and be contacted here: or by phone at 800.621.FEMA.

Arvest Ready to Assist Arkansas Customers Impacted by March 31 Storms – CLICK HERE