LR church seals up its 2nd time capsule

Help others, it urges future members

Posted: January 28, 2013 at 3:58 a.m.

Jacob Nolen (second from right), Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church director of technology, along with Skip Rutherford (from left), the Rev. Britt Skarda and Nate Lewis, puts the lid on a time capsule before it is placed in the church’s cornerstone during a service Sunday morning at the Little Rock church.

After a year of drawing from the past, a Little Rock church is reaching out to the future.

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