Presiding Bishop visiting Washington University

Healing a House Divided Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is giving a public lecture on “Healing a House Divided” as part of the Religion and Politics series at the Danforth Center at Washington University. April 4, 2017, 5:30-6:30 PM Emerson Auditorium in Knight Hall Reception follows immediately This lecture if free and open to the public, […]

Lenten Book Study

Wednesdays 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.  |  Thursdays 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. (March 2 – April 12) This year we will take a multi-faceted approach with selecting a book to study. Because it was difficult to identify just one book to catch the interest of the entire congregation, we are creating a new Lenten Library with […]

Lent Madness is Back!

Who will win the Golden Halo? Lent Madness is fun and engaging way to learn about the men and women comprising the Church’s Calendar of Saints. Combining the NCAA Basketball format of March Madness with interesting facts about many of our saints, you can participate by learning about these saints and voting to determine which […]

The Gospel According to Downton Abbey

The fictional television drama that depicted life at an aristocratic country manor in post-Edwardian England of the Crawley family and their servants offered occasional glimpses and insights into their religious lives and world view. Looking at the series through the lens of the theology of culture affords an opportunity to consider this popular series from […]

Youth Group Mission Trip Planning Meeting

Sunday, February 12, immediately following the 10:15 a.m. service If you have a student in grades 6-12, they will want you to attend the Mission Trip planning meeting this Sunday! We will discuss all the details about the adventure awaiting our youth at the Heifer International Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas. Click here for more information […]

Youth Group Outing to Demolition Ball / Adrenaline Zone

Sunday, February 5  |  2:00-4:00 p.m.  |  DB/AZ in St. Charles The Youth Group will enjoy a little pre-Super Bowl fun playing Demolition Ball and battling in Laser Tag in the Adrenaline Zone. Please email Susan Carpenter (susancarpentercebs@gmail.com) if you can attend. Demolition Zone / Adrenaline Zone website.

Esther Cornelius Committal Service

There will be a committal service for Esther Cornelius this Saturday, February 4 at 10:30 a.m. in the chapel of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Esther passed from this life on August 10, 2016 and a memorial Eucharist was held on August 13, 2016. Esther’s husband Larry and her daughter Alejandra invite Esther’s friends to be […]

Diocese of Missouri

Bishop Wayne Smith To Visit St. Martin’s

Sunday, January 22nd at 10:15 a.m. Bishop Wayne Smith will celebrate Eucharist at St. Martin’s at the 10:15 a.m. service on Sunday, January 22.

Episcopal School for Ministry

Program for Congregational Vitality

Episcopal School for Ministry (ESM) is offering a new course beginning on January 27. Continuing the theme from this year’s Diocesan Convention, the course will focus on discerning our future. Many congregations in the diocese are facing discernment of one form or another: calling new clergy leadership, facing changing resources, imagining new forms of leadership, […]

Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) 2017

The deadline to apply has been extended to February 10! Every three years there is an amazingly fun and fulfilling gathering of hundreds of Episcopal youth from all over the world — and you have a chance to go this summer! Around 1,000 people will come together for worship, play, workshops, small group discussions and […]

Ministry Information

Take Them A Meal

Our parish has a wonderful program called “Take Them a Meal.” It has several parish participants–people who just want to lend a hand when someone is in need due to an illness, a birth or a death in the family. We are in need of a few more members of this ministry to help provide these […]

Get Involved

Fountains Paper Pickup

Over the last several years St. Martin’s has organized an outreach effort to pick up and recycle newspapers from the Fountains Senior Living facility near the church. Thanks to Jim, Mike, Joann, Steve, Tom, Megan, Lincoln and Erv for helping this past year. Because circumstances are always changing, we need to augment this group for […]

Book Club

The Book Club meets on Tuesday, January 24th from 7:00-8:30 pm in Packwood Library. We will discuss Five Presidents: My Extraordinary Journey with Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon & Ford by Clint Hill. Come join the discussion. Newcomers are always welcome! About the Book: Secret Service agent Clint Hill brings history intimately and vividly to life as […]

Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting – ONE Service the Final Weekend in January

January 29, 2017 9:00 am  |  Holy Eucharist The entire parish is invited to participate in this one combined service prior to the Annual Meeting. This will be the only service at St. Martin’s this weekend. Please note: there is no Saturday evening service on January 28th. 10:15 am  |  Coffee in Park Hall 10:30 am […]

Annual Meeting

Annual Reports Due January 15

An Annual Report is published each year and made available to the parish on the day of the Annual Meeting. Traditionally, each Ministry of the church submits a report on the status of its activities and achievements for the prior year then outlines plans and goals for the new year. This report becomes the record […]