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Dismantling Racism Training in August and September

Two Dismantling Racism classes are now scheduled to be held at St. Peter’s Church in Ladue and Christ Church in Cape Girardeau. There is no cost for this two-day training which includes lunch and beverages and snacks, but registration is required.

Jesus Hacked Podcast

Tuesday’s episode features a conversation between deacons Beth Simpson and Harry Leip. Beth recounts the preparedness expo at St. Matthew’s Church in Mexico, and how emergency preparedness is related to the great commandment to love our neighbors.

Finding Light in Darkness

Provost Kathie was the rector of Trinity Church in Newtown, Connecticut during and after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. She and Debbie talk about that very dark time, and about finding moments of grace and light in the aftermath.

Dismantling Racism

The Dismantling Racism Commission offers a two-day training seminar at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Ladue, MO on May 31 – June 1, 2017.

New Ventures in Community Ministry

The diocesan grant, “New Ventures In Community Ministry” is intended to challenge congregations to make a difference where they are and to improve the quality of life in and with their communities, to identify pressing social needs, and to design strategies to meet those needs. Grant abstract due June 9, 2017.

Podcast – Grace Hill

Delores Hardwick spoke on this week’s podcast about the history, programs and opportunities at Grace Hill. She is the Community Relations and Volunteer Program Manager at Grace Hill.

Connecting with Grace Hill

In an effort to renew our relationship between diocesan churches and Grace Hill Settlement House, a gathering is planned for Saturday, May 20 at the Grace Hill Water Tower hub offices.

Diocesan Partnership with the American Hospital Association

Recently, the Diocese of Missouri was invited by the American Hospital Association (AHA) to partner with it in its national violence awareness campaign, #HAVhope, and recruit other dioceses to this effort. In an April 6 letter to the president and chief executive officer of AHA, Bishop Smith enthusiastically offered his support.

Jesus Hacked – Diocesan Podcast

Host Shug Goodlow sat down for a wide-ranging conversation with the tenth bishop of the Diocese of Missouri, the Rt. Rev. Wayne Smith to talk about his path to the Episcopal Church, being a bishop, evangelism, Shape Note singing, fountain pens, and preparing for Holy Week.

Book Review – The Fire This Time

The Dismantling Racism Commission begins a series of occasional articles on some newer titles in the commission’s library housed at St. Peter’s Church in Ladue. Commission member and St. Martin’s parishioner, Rina Chittooran, writes this book summary about a recent addition to the Resource Library.

Jesus Hacked Diocesan Podcast

Cathedral Housing Partnership This past week’s JesusHacked podcast is an episode with Joanne Kelly from Christ Church Cathedral with host Barbi Click. Joanne is on the team that envisioned and manage the Cathedral Housing Partnership. This ministry is a two time (subsequent years) grant recipient from the New Ventures in Community Ministry fund, administered by […]

Lenten Youth Event

Saturday, March 4, 5:00-8:30 p.m. The Diocesan Youth Advisory Council is hosting a Lenten event for all youth in grades 6-12. “Cross, Bridge, Cathedral: Walking with Jesus in Jerusalem, Selma, Missouri and beyond” will be held at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion in University City. The group will watch the movie Selma and […]

Diocesan Podcasts

Podcasts Launch The Diocese has launched an initial series of podcasts. So far, so good! Podcasts will be uploaded on Tuesdays. These podcasts have been accepted on iTunes, the Google Music store, Stitcher, and TuneIn Radio. Look for the program JesusHacked or follow the links from the website diocesemo.org/podcast. Even if you’re not in the […]

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St. Martin’s Receives Diocesan Grant

The St. Martin’s Garden Committee recently received a much needed and much appreciated $350 grant from the Diocese of Missouri. This grant comes through the auspices of the Task Force for the Hungry Ministry which helps fund numerous food ministries throughout the Diocese of Missouri. This grant will help fund our garden expansion for the […]

Lenten Youth Event

Saturday, March 4, 5:00-8:30 p.m. The Diocesan Youth Advisory Council is hosting a Lenten event for all youth in grades 6-12. “Cross, Bridge, Cathedral: Walking with Jesus in Jerusalem, Selma, Missouri and beyond” will be held at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion in University City. The group will watch the movie Selma and […]

Events

Absalom Jones Diocesan Celebration

Ministry Information

Men Serve Breakfast at the Cathedral

Miss Carol’s Breakfast The men of St. Martin’s and men of the Church of the Good Shepherd meet at Christ Church Cathedral to serve at their breakfast to the homeless. More information about Miss Carol’s Breakfast

Ministry Information

Men Serve Breakfast at the Cathedral

Miss Carol’s Breakfast The men of St. Martin’s and men of the Church of the Good Shepherd meet at Christ Church Cathedral to serve at their breakfast to the homeless. More information about Miss Carol’s Breakfast

Ministry Information

Men Serve Breakfast at the Cathedral

Miss Carol’s Breakfast The men of St. Martin’s and men of the Church of the Good Shepherd meet at Christ Church Cathedral to serve at their breakfast to the homeless. More information about Miss Carol’s Breakfast