The Giving Tree is up with tags for Salvation Army and Episcopal City Mission. Gifts must be returned to St. Martin’s by December 9. Thank you so much.
This Sunday, November 25 at 9:00 a.m. we will share in a Grand Coffee Hour “Simple Expressions of Gratitude.”
This week’s book, “When We Were Alone” is a story about a difficult time in history and, ultimately, one of empowerment and strength.
Rev. Sally Weaver will facilitate a discussion of the book of Advent meditations by Barbara Crafton, Let Every Heart Prepare.
Our weekly reminder to be thankful for all we have and all we are able to do — thanks for our daily food and for our shelter.
New pictures have been uploaded to the St. Martin’s photo gallery! Take a look at our youth at World Food Day and our parish at Trivia Night.
This month’s thought piece consists of three short videos filmed when Presiding Bishop Curry & other clergy made a pilgrimage to Ghana last year.
St. Martin’s is supporting two Christmas gift drives this year: Episcopal City Mission (ECM) and Salvation Army. Look for displays in Park Hall!
This Sunday we will have a guest speaker, Larry Patterson discuss estate planning and planned giving, sponsored by the Legacy Endowment Committee.
Everyone and everything in the world has a name. What is God’s name? This is a spiritual celebration of all people of the world and their belief in one God.
Due to the Diocesan Convention, we will NOT have our usual 5o5 worship service on Saturday, November 17. Please join us on Sunday, at 8:00 or 10:15 a.m.
The Peace Meal Project is a free fellowship meal served Saturday evenings at St. John’s in Tower Grove. We are looking for volunteers for November 17.
St. Nicholas will make an appearance to explain his story and how Jesus guided his life. Many of our modern Christmas traditions are based on his actions.
Proclaiming the Dream points us to our Baptismal Covenant, “We will proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ.”
As our church year winds down, I have been thinking and praying Psalm 90, especially as we prepare for our 2019 giving campaign here at St. Martin’s.
St. Martin's Episcopal Church
15764 Clayton Road
Ellisville, MO 63011
(636) 227-1484, office