Should our Church join the West County Church Collaborative as a collaborating church? At our meeting in Park Hall, parishioners will learn about the collaborative (a social justice education consortium).
Altar Guild members prepare the sanctuary (both main altar and chapel altar) for all services held at the church. They are responsible for maintaining all elements and utensils used for the service.
The Wednesday Yoga class is taking an indefinite break beginning this week.
Camp Dates: July 29 – August 4 Camp Phoenix is the official summer camp of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri. The Mission is “Discovering Christian Community, Growing in Faith.” Camp Phoenix is a traditional summer camp with Episcopal values that seeks to bring campers into contact with God and into closer community with each other. […]
For the Easter season, the choir loft in the sanctuary has been adorned with an original painting by Mary Drastal.
Are you on Facebook? If so, make sure you “like” and “follow” our St. Martin’s Episcopal Church Facebook page! It is an easy and fun way to keep up with all the news from our parish.
Every Sunday while communion is being given, you are invited to head back to the small side chapel and receive a private prayer offered up in your behalf or for someone else.
The Social Justice Committee is hosting a special presentation on April 29 in Park Hall. Bernie Sammons and the “Social Justice 4 All” organization will meet with us to discuss various opportunities for St. Martin’s parishioners to get more involved.
The Greeter ministry is purposeful in its attempt to make our guests feel welcome as soon as they enter the front doors.
Ushers assist the congregation in creating a more prayerful experience at our services.
Read more about upcoming marches on poverty and justice, racial reconciliation, and gun violence.
Donations to the Flower Fund for Easter Flowers allow the Altar Guild to decorate the church in celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord and help to support the purchase of flowers for the Altar all year long.
The St. Martin’s Acolyte ministry is made up of members of the parish who volunteer their time and talent to serve during the liturgy by carrying the processional crosses, torches, banners and flags.
Do you know a female member of any Episcopal Church within the Diocese of Missouri who is working on a post-high school degree or certification? Applications are now being accepted.
The Episcopal Church Women (ECW) of the Diocese of Missouri will be electing officers, coordinators, chairs and members-at-large for the Board at the Diocesan ECW Annual Meeting this year.