Church Events

Parish Listening Session

Join us this Sunday in Park Hall immediately following the 10:15 a.m. service for our second parish-wide listening session.

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Missouri History Museum Tour

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.”

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Scout Sunday

Last Sunday, February 11, we celebrated our annual Scout Sunday. Scouts from our parish were ushers and lectors during the 10:15 a.m. service.

Father Al’s Sermon from last Sunday

Our new Interim Rector, Father Al Jewson, joined us last week. In case you missed it, his sermon from Sunday can be found here.


Can you hear us now??

St. Martin’s has new hearing assist devices that have been adjusted to our sound system in the sanctuary. We encourage you, whether you have hearing loss or not, to try the devices — simply ask an usher for assistance with borrowing one. You will be amazed to hear the quality of sound output.

Mission Trip to Texas

There is a mission group from Iowa who came to St. Louis to help with flood relief last summer. St. Martin’s provided them with much appreciated meal support during their week here. They are now planning a trip this spring to Houston, and are inviting anyone from St. Martin’s to join them.

Blood Drive April 17

Give the Gift of Life! Please mark your calendar and invite your family and friends to help St. Martin’s make a difference in someone’s life through blood donation!

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Lion’s Club Trivia Night at St. Martin’s

The Wildwood Area Lions Club is renting Park Hall for a Trivia night on February 24th and they NEED TEAMS!  This is a great way for St. Martin’s church and friends to enjoy a fun night of trivia and prizes.

PODCAST: Becoming Beloved Community

At diocesan convention in Hannibal, one of the keynote speakers was the Rev. Charles Wynder, in his role as racial reconciliation officer from the presiding bishop’s staff. He spoke about Becoming Beloved Community, the church’s long term program from racial reconciliation and healing.


Welcome Rev. Al Jewson!

Please join us this Sunday as we welcome Rev. Al Jewson, our new Interim Priest-In-Charge! February 11 will be his first Sunday with us.


Men’s Group Breakfast Location CHANGE

Due to conflicting activities at the church, the Men’s Group February Meeting will be at McDonald’s on South Woods Mill Road near Clayton Road. This is on Saturday, February 10 at 9:00 a.m. Please join us.

Good Book Club

Many Episcopalians denomination-wide are committing to focus on the Holy Scriptures and read the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts (written as a sequel by the same author) during Lent and Easter Season 2018. Forward Movement Day by Day is calling it “The Good Book Club.”

Food Pantry Sunday

Please consider helping our friends and neighbors in need by donating non-perishable food and toiletry items. Our donations support the Circle of Concern’s Food Pantry, where items are distributed throughout the West County community.


Absalom Jones Celebration: Raising Anti-Racist Children

The Dismantling Racism Commission organizes our annual celebration of the life and ministry of the Rev. Absalom Jones, the first African American ordained as priest in the US. And stepping outside the box this year, they’ve designed a morning program for children and parents or grandparents.


Scout Sunday

On Sunday, February 11, 2018 we will celebrate Scout Sunday. Some of our scouts will help lead during the 10:15 a.m. worship service. In addition, we will recognize those who have earned the Presidential Service Award.