As part of their regular meeting each month, a Social Justice Committee member presents what is being called a “thought piece.” It can take any form: song, poem, newspaper article, & video are some of those used thus far—& its purpose is to educate, inspire, & provoke discussion. The decision was made to share these […]
ECW President Deborah Caby’s report on the recent Prov. V gathering that honored longtime ECW leader Karen Birr is available here.
As our program year has drawn to a close, I give thanks for all of you who could join us at our celebration last Sunday.
Many of us woke up to the news Thursday morning that a powerful tornado had devastated parts of Jefferson City and are asking, “What can we do?”
The Rev. Jon Stratton at Trinity Church has proposed the idea of forming an Episcopal softball league for some friendly fun and fellowship.
The class combines mindfulness with cognitive behavioral tools. There are no PowerPoints – just experiencing and guided discussion.
We are looking for any wonderful people who would like to be trained as lectors this coming Sunday at 9:00 am—between the 8:00 and 10:15 services.
Our weekly reminder about gratitude: As we travel with gratitude, and share that feeling – like a ripple it spreads across the world.
This month we’re gathering folks from around the diocese to talk about their ministries that support this relationship. It’s an open conversation.
Join the festivities at ECM’s 14th annual “Summer Celebration” FUNdraiser Friday, June 21, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church in Kirkwood.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus.
When I was a kid going to Methodist Church camp in Oklahoma, we were taught a new song by a priest names Peter Scholtes, one that has now become a classic.
My job on Vestry is that of Clerk, a position called “secretary” in most organizations. One is elected Clerk by vote of the 12 vestry members.
Our weekly reminder to remain thankful: “Gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder” by G.K. Chesteron.
This is a special time to celebrate our church family as they have been confirmed and graduated, and to thank all of our wonderful Sunday School teachers!
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