It is wonderful to be a part of this community of faith that comes together each week to give thanks and lift our hearts to God.
Holy God we THANK YOU for calling us out of sameness and dullness of mind to remember who we are and whose we are. THANK YOU for making us in your image, unique in all the world.
This Sunday afternoon, October 7, at 3:30, we will observe the lesser feast of St. Francis of Assisi, whose feast day is October 4, with a Liturgy of Blessing of the Animals.
The latest garden results are in! Find out how we did with our summer vegetables and what we look forward to with our upcoming fall harvest.
In honor of St. Francis Day, we will hear stories of some of the greatest rescues conducted by the Humane Society of Missouri over the last few years.
You are invited to an enthralling afternoon of music at St. Martin’s Episcopal on Sunday, October 14th as we celebrate the power and joy of music!
This week’s selection is “Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message” by Chief Jake Swamp.
Please support St. Martin’s and Social Justice 4 All in raising funds for the Tiny House Project while having fun and learning more about this work.
Have fun and test your knowledge while supporting the 2018-2019 team at the Episcopal Service Corps Deaconess Anne House in St. Louis.
You are invited to join us as we make our pilgrimage to Montgomery, Alabama to reflect upon and be transformed by a visit to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum.
Lecture by the Rev. Marianne Borg, “Imagination, Empathy, and Action: Being a Christian in this Fragmented Age.”
Reflections of the week by Mother Leslie: letting go and embracing the new, lessons in grace and gratitude, a new season is upon us.
It is almost Pumpkin Patch season — please join us for our 4th Annual Pumpkin Patch, then celebrate the harvest season at our Fall Festival on October 27!
Thank you God to all the challenges in my life and the ability to meet them.
On October 21st at 11:30 a.m. in Park Hall, Dr. Paul Lange will give a lecture titled “Does God Change His Mind?” (aka Miracles: Do they happen?).
St. Martin's Episcopal Church
15764 Clayton Road
Ellisville, MO 63011
(636) 227-1484, office