You can make a lasting impact with a gift to the church in your Estate Planning. The Legacy Endowment Fund generates income each year allowing the church to support special ministries and outreach programs.
This Sunday, August 19 is “Priest Discretionary Fund” Sunday. A contribution to this effort would be a great way to welcome Mother Leslie to St. Martin’s.
Generous God, we thank you for the abundance of your blessings you provide for us day-by-day and year-by year.
Oh most generous God, Thank you for the call of Rev. Leslie Scoopmire to be the Priest-in-Charge of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Ellisville, MO.
The Episcopal Church Women (ECW) will host its Annual Retreat on Saturday, August 25, 2018, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at St. Francis Church in Eureka.
Most days we go about living our lives and trying our best, never knowing what impact we have on others. When we practice gratitude we make the world a better place.
St. Martin’s Prayer Chain exists to serve you with your need for prayers. We will pray daily for you and your needs. Prayer requests are confidential.
This Sunday, July 22, Anthony Blatter will join us. He sang with our choir in 2015, and is now attending Mizzou as a music performance/education major.
Feeling Grateful? The United Thank Offering (UTO) Blue Box has gone mobile! #getgrateful
When you count your blessings with the UTO it is turned into acts of mission and ministry.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15 to purchase garlic and onions from your St. Martin’s garden.
The Men’s Group is hosting the July birthday party at the St Louis Juvenile Detention Center the evening of Friday, July 13. All men of St Martin’s are invited to attend.
All women of St. Martin’s are invited to attend the annual Diocese of Missouri Episcopal Church Women (ECW) retreat on Saturday, August 25, 2018. The Diocesan ECW is also seeking nominations for next year.
Be thankful for “Heroes of the BIBLE” and what we can learn from them.
The Social Justice Ministry will be hosting a book study this summer. The book by Mitch Margo is titled Black Hearts White Minds. It is a legal thriller set in 1964 in Stockville, Alabama.