Growing for Pantries: Fresh Food for All is a new initiative inviting other churches and schools to consider addressing hunger in the St. Louis region by growing fresh produce for their nearest food pantry.
Will Allen is no ordinary farmer. A former basketball star, he’s as tall as his truck, and he can hold a cabbage — or a basketball — in one hand.
Mark your calendar and plan to attend the first annual St. Martin’s Music Festival on Sunday, October 14th, at 3:00 p.m. Our choirs will be here along with favorite musicians that you’ve heard and enjoyed before.
The 2018 St. Louis CROP Hunger Walk and Concert will be on Sunday, October 7 at Eden Seminary, 475 E. Lockwood Ave. in Webster Groves.
The fall schedule for Monday and Saturday bible study session begins soon. Our next Cathedral Breakfast will be on Saturday, September 29.
In an effort to better serve our client families, Circle will soon move from a traditional pantry model toward the best-practice, industry-standard, Client Choice Pantry Model.
Come be a part of ECM’s life-changing ministry, including raising funds to provide chaplains to children in detention.
Reflections of the week by Mother Leslie: St. Martin’s over 53 years and living out this weekend’s gospel by welcoming one more into the Body of Christ.
Two new locations to find (and share) the ongoing adventures of the beloved community of St. Martin’s — Twitter and Instagram.
We thank YOU also for all disappointments and failures that lead us to acknowledge our dependence on YOU alone.
Walk with us through difficult times; watch over us in danger; and give to us a spirit of love and compassion for those who suffer and mourn.
Sunday, September 30, immediately following the 10:15 a.m. service – acolyte training for anyone in 6th grade or older, including adults!
The St. Martin’s Fourth Annual Pumpkin Patch will begin on Saturday, October 13 with the arrival of a truckload of pumpkins!
When Tanisha spills grape juice all over her new dress, her classmate wants to make her feel better, wondering: What does it mean to be kind?
This Sunday, September 23 we will begin a two-part series on “Intentional Segregation” presented by Kurt Greenbaum.
St. Martin's Episcopal Church
15764 Clayton Road
Ellisville, MO 63011
(636) 227-1484, office