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All Saints’ Day

It was a “thin place.” A thin place … that’s what our Celtic ancestors called those places and moments where the seen and unseen worlds connect.

Reflections by Mother Leslie

When I pull into the driveway of St. Martin’s, I say a three-part prayer. The last few days, our Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival have been at the center.

Reflections by Mother Leslie

The difference between being a spectator and a participant is as small as a bended knee. Prayer takes us from being a spectator to a participant.

Holy Week Quiet Morning

Prepare to enter Holy Week by spending some time walking quietly through the sacred gardens of our creation, redemption and salvation – The Garden of Eden, The Garden of Gethsemane and The Garden of the Resurrection.

Confluence Spirituality – Holy Week Quiet Morning

Prepare to enter Holy Week by spending some time walking quietly through the sacred gardens of our creation, redemption and salvation – The Garden of Eden, The Garden of Gethsemane and The Garden of the Resurrection.

Ministry

Advent Quiet Morning

Give yourself the gift of some quiet reflection time as you prepare for the coming of the Infant God. Join us at Mercy Center, away from the crowded malls and the hustle and bustle of cooking, shopping and wrapping, for an Advent Quiet Morning.

Worship

Good Friday – Seven Last Words of Christ

St. Mark Presbyterian Church This devotional service highlights Jesus’ seven utterances from the cross, as gathered from all four Gospel accounts of the crucifixion. St. Mark Pastor Jim Poinsett has invited other local pastors to preach 5-7 minutes on each “word” of Christ.  The Rev. Emily Hillquist Davis will represent St. Martin’s as one of […]

Education

Presiding Bishop visiting Washington University

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will be at the Graham Chapel on Washington University to give a public lecture on “Healing a House Divided.”

Events

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