The Bishop Search Committee wants to hear your voice! They are beginning the process with conversations in every congregation.
The Diocese of Missouri elects its Eleventh Bishop in 2019. We want to know what you’re looking for in a candidate. What’s your vision for our Diocese?
The Diocese of Missouri wants you to be part of the Bishop Transition Committee! Submit your application no later than Thursday, January 31.
Join with tens of thousands of Episcopalians to learn about life in the early church and central principles of our Christian faith.
This event presents an opportunity to learn how public policy affects our region, and what you can do to ensure all needs are considered by law makers.
Learn more about the intersection of policy, social justice, and your ability to influence the process for the common good.
How can we together grow more deeply with Jesus Christ at the center of our lives, so we can bear witness to his way of love in and for the world?
St. Martin’s is sponsoring an Intergenerational Activity Brunch immediately following the 10:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist. All youth and adults are invited.
St. Martin’s choirs are preparing music to enhance our 2018 Lenten season. We welcome each of you to join us in singing or playing an instrument for any of these services.
Many Episcopalians denomination-wide are committing to focus on the Holy Scriptures and read the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts (written as a sequel by the same author) during Lent and Easter Season 2018. Forward Movement Day by Day is calling it “The Good Book Club.”
We talk about the sin of racism and the complicity of our church in this history, as well as about racial reconciliation, in our church and in the world. But how do we get there, how do we start this work as a parish in Missouri?
Join us for our annual Ministry Extravaganza! You will learn about all of the exciting ministries within St. Martin’s, and how they support the 5 Marks of Mission.
The Center for Social Empowerment (Wellspring Church) is partnering with Missouri Foundation for Health and offering a Wednesday session of TedTalk style presentations and workshop, followed by an interfaith prayer service.
Join the Vestry on July 2 after the 10:15 a.m. service in Park Hall to get an update on some minor changes we have been working on to our St. Martin’s Bylaws. The Vestry has approved the changes, as has the Diocese Standing Committee, and the final step is to hold a parish vote for approval.
The St. Martin’s social justice group gathers for its regular monthly meeting on the second Saturday of the month, June 10, at 8:30 a.m. for a potluck breakfast and conversation.