Music Ministry

Music has been a vital part of the worship life of St Luke's since its earliest days.


We continue to build on the tradition of offering musical offerings of quality and integrity from every time period and in styles from Plainchant to Gospel, to music of modern masters.


The Parish Choir is open to all (high school age or adults) who feel called to share the Good News in song. We currently meet on Wednesdays at 4.30 pm.


The St Luke's Choir has toured England twice, and sung by invitation at the National Cathedral in Washington DC as part of their Arkansas Day celebrations. 


For more information about the St Luke's Parish Choir, please call Director of Music Lynn Payette at 501.623.1653 or email Lynn


The Archangel Choir is designed for elementary age singers who enjoy learning about their faith through music and learning more about music to enhance their musical offerings on Sunday mornings.


To learn more about the Archangel Choir, please call Director of Music Lynn Payette at 501.623.1653 or email Lynn


The Canterbury Ringers meet seasonally, when possible, to enhance our worship with the beauty of Handbell music. This is one group where the prior musical experience is necessary. To learn more about the Canterbury Ringers, please call Director of Music Lynn Payette at 501.623.1653 or email Lynn


St Luke's Organ and Bells

Nearly 30 years ago, a visionary group of people ensured that the instrument used to support the people's song was a pipe organ that was as versatile as it was beautiful. They turned to Nichols and Simpson, the world-class organ builders from Little Rock, Arkansas, and the result is an organ that not only accompanies worship music skillfully, it is also a fine concert instrument and is used regularly in a wide variety of musical events throughout the year.


St Luke's is blessed to have 18 bells in the tower, controlled by an electronic keyboard by the organ console.


Thanks to the generous contributions of those who donated the bells and to those who made their renovation possible, we look filling the hills with their beautiful sound.


The Bells were cast in France at the Paccard Bell Foundry and installed by the Christoph Paccard Bellfoundries