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.
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!
This year’s funding focus for UTO grants is Becoming Beloved Community: Racial Healing, Reconciliation and Justice.
Please help Episcopal City Mission continue one of their greatest traditions. They believe the children in the St. Louis Juvenile Justice System should know the magic of the holiday season.
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.
The St. Martin’s Men’s Group meets Saturday (12/09) morning at 9:00 a.m. for food and fellowship.
It is time for our annual church-wide event to decorate the church for Christmas! Pizza and Christmas cookies will be provided.
Please consider helping our friends and neighbors in need by donating non-perishable food and toiletry items.
The Youth Group will meet on Saturday to enjoy a special trip to the STL Zoo to view the Wild Lights. The Wild Lights was nominated as one of the Top 10 Best Light Displays by USA Today.
Results from the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri Annual Convention are listed here. The convention was held in Hannibal, Missouri on November 17-18.
Bishop Wayne Smith spoke to the diocese at our just concluded annual convention about baptism and our prayer book (“built for a people devoted to baptizing, and being the church, and growing in discipleship”), and about reconciliation and generosity.
Come to the second annual “Look Back, Look Ahead: A Celebration of Diocesan Racial Awareness,” sponsored by the Diocesan Commission on Dismantling Racism. It’s at St. Martin’s on December 2, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. with lunch included.
Our friends in need in West County thank you for your generosity this past Thanksgiving. We nearly tripled out holiday donations this year!
The Peace Meal Project is a free fellowship meal for all, served every Saturday evening at St. John’s in Tower Grove. St. Martin’s is the sponsor on December 9 and we are currently looking for volunteers.
St. Martin's Episcopal Church
15764 Clayton Road
Ellisville, MO 63011
(636) 227-1484, office