The new Children’s Library has been a huge hit with the children of St. Martin’s! It contains books to check out, take home and bring back the next week, or to use while at church. These board books and picture books are for preschool and elementary children, but are also available for all (grandparents included). […]
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination, St. Martin’s choir will sing an adaptation of one of his favorite hymns: “Precious Lord, take my hand.”
Did you know the Diocese of Missouri mails (US Postal Service) a newsletter quarterly to any subscribing member of the Diocese? Did you know the Diocese of Missouri emails a weekly newsletter to any subscribing member of the Diocese?
You may have caught the news that Senior Defensive End and Co-Captain, John Voit, helped lead the Army Black Knights to victory in the Army-Navy rivalry last December. But did you know that he was just recently named the recipient of Army’s “Black Lion” award?
The Wildwood Area Lions Club is renting Park Hall for a Trivia night on February 24th and they NEED TEAMS! This is a great way for St. Martin’s church and friends to enjoy a fun night of trivia and prizes.
It is time to expand the St. Martin’s Columbaria, and we currently have a pre-sale discount for purchasing niches in the new inside wall columbarium.
If we are experiencing winter weather conditions, please check the school closing list. If the Rockwood School District is closed, St. Martin’s Church will be closed.
The Book Club meets in the Packwood Library on the fourth Tuesday of the month. On January 23 they will discuss The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict. Come join the discussion!
The annual Army-Navy football game is this Saturday at 2:00 p.m. on CBS. St. Martin’s own, John Voit, is a senior at West Point and a captain on the football team.
Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour before you go to sleep on Saturday night! Daylight Savings Time officially ends at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday morning!
From the three hurricanes, to the California fires, this has been a season of multiple catastrophic weather related event, and the U.S. Disaster Program team of Episcopal Relief and Development has been working overtime.
The Episcopal Church has long advocated for bipartisan comprehensive immigration reforms that prioritize family unity and humanitarian concerns. It is time for Congress to develop long-term solutions for immigrant families.
The Vestry held a forum last Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to speak about several current topics within the life of St. Martin’s.
Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of hungry families? Then hit the trail on Valley Park’s scenic Meramec River Trail on September 16 to Run Circles Around Hunger!
All Youth (grades 6-12) and their Parents! We will have an organizational meeting at 11:30 a.m. (immediately following the 10:15 a.m. service).