St. Louis HELP (Health Equipment Lending Program) is holding an area-wide Medical Equipment Donation Drive on Saturday, May 5. Clean the attic, garage or basement and make a tax-deductible donation of your medical equipment at one of the designated Walgreens drop off locations. St. Louis HELP loans the donated home medical items to anyone in need at no cost or fee.
Every Sunday while communion is being given, you are invited to head back to the small side chapel and receive a private prayer offered up in your behalf or for someone else.
You are invited to participate in St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Trivia Night on Saturday, April 14. All proceeds support their Family Camp and other family ministries.
The new Children’s Library has been a huge hit with the children of St. Martin’s! It contains books to check out, take home and bring back the next week, or to use while at church. These board books and picture books are for preschool and elementary children, but are also available for all (grandparents included). […]
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination, St. Martin’s choir will sing an adaptation of one of his favorite hymns: “Precious Lord, take my hand.”
Lura Koch will play her singing bowls in worship on Saturday April 14, 5:o5 p.m. Her compositions are exquisite. The volume of words in the service is reduced and we trust the soulful tones to open us deeply to God’s presence in the beauty of holiness.
All are welcome to share in fellowship and food after the 10:15 a.m. worship service on April 15. Brunch is complimentary and provided by St. Martin’s own, Julia Krelo.
On Easter Sunday, the Vestry shared the following update on our Priest search process. We answered the following questions: What has happened so far? Where are we today in the process? What does the selection process look like?
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 April 28 and we are currently looking for volunteers.
The Social Justice Committee is hosting a special presentation on April 29 in Park Hall. Bernie Sammons and the “Social Justice 4 All” organization will meet with us to discuss various opportunities for St. Martin’s parishioners to get more involved.
The Greeter ministry is purposeful in its attempt to make our guests feel welcome as soon as they enter the front doors.
Your Social Justice Committee has created a new Children’s Library for St. Martin’s. It contains books to check out, take home and bring back the next week, or to use while at church.
Food is serious business at Circle of Concern. We welcome more than $1 million worth of food donations each year from our community. The lion’s share of cash donations we receive is used to purchase wholesome foods like milk, eggs, meat, fruits and vegetables to supplement shelf-stable choices.
The Rev. Howard Park, founding priest of St. Martin’s Church and Rector for 33 years died on March 13, 2018. His funeral will be held at St. Martin’s on Saturday, April 7 at 10:00am with interment following in the columbarium.
St. Martin’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Easter morning. Bring a basket!
St. Martin's Episcopal Church
15764 Clayton Road
Ellisville, MO 63011
(636) 227-1484, office