The Social Justice Committee is sponsoring a field trip on Saturday, March 10, to the Missouri History Museum to tour the exhibit “#1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis”.
Due to the Absalom Jones event during our regularly scheduled meeting time, we will hold our February meeting on Thursday, February 8, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the Packwood Library.
Due to the Absalom Jones event during our regularly scheduled meeting time, we will hold our February meeting on Thursday, February 8, starting at 7:00 p.m.
Gun Violence: Caring for victims, the community and ourselves. The seminar will include presentations on: the church’s response to gun violence; psychological first aid for gun violence victims and the survivors of suicide; the impact of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and anticipatory mourning in “at risk” communities; and forgiveness and reconciliation in the context of traumatic loss.
Each year ministries of St. Martin’s submit reports on activities of the past year to form an Annual Report record of parish history.
Celebrating a Birthday? An Anniversary? A Wedding? A Graduation? Just want to give Thanks? Now is your chance to give glory to God as you celebrate!
The Social Justice committee is looking for ways to make a difference in our community. One opportunity to raise awareness of black history is through the music in our worship services.
Over time, St. Martin’s has shown its generosity, spreading God’s grace and blessings to us, by sharing our gifts through our Outreach Ministry. These funds have contributed to our youth organization, local missions and even reached across continents to meet the needs of others.
This year’s funding focus for UTO grants is Becoming Beloved Community: Racial Healing, Reconciliation and Justice.
The Episcopal Evangelism Grants program is coordinated by the Local Mission and Ministry Committee in collaboration with the Episcopal Church’s Evangelism Initiatives Team.
More than 1 in 8 persons in Missouri is struggling to put food on their tables. The face of hunger is not clear. It could be your neighbor or ours. One in five children in Missouri lives in a household without adequate food.
The slate of nominees for diocesan leadership positions is announced. Much appreciation for the hard work of the Committee on Nominations and Election Procedures chaired by Rich Luebcke for coordinating this roster of nominees.
Sunday, November 12 we will celebrate St. Martin, our patron saint, and the choir will be singing a brand new composition entitled, “God is here with me” by Christopher Hogan. It is a beautiful song with a wonderful message for young people.
The St. Martin’s Third Annual Pumpkin Patch will begin on October 7 with the arrival of a truckload of pumpkins!! Please mark this date on your calendar and plan to be here at noon to help unload the truck.
St. Martin’s Choir will begin their weekly rehearsals on Wednesday, August 30th, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Anyone who enjoys singing is welcome to join us.