St. Martin’s Scholarship Program

Next Sunday, March 31, will be the kick-off for the St. Martin’s Scholarship  drive designed to help a local student get a good start into college.  

Education

Adult Forum – Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina or “divine reading” is an ancient spiritual practice including moments of reading, reflection, responding to and resting in the Word of God.

Everybody's Story

Book of the Week

The Everybody’s Story Children’s Library will highlight a book selection each week and place it on the book shelf for all to see and check out.

Reflections by Mother Leslie

This week is filled with activity here at St. Martin’s—both joyful and solemn. It is my privilege to walk with you in this journey of discipleship.

Funeral for Mrs. Debbie Leonard on Friday, March 15

Mrs. Deborah (Debbie) Leonard, devoted wife of Eddie Leonard, passed away February 16, 2019 after a short but determined battle with cancer.

Thankful Thursday

Whatever you APPRECIATE and GIVE THANKS for will increase in your life. Count your blessings.

Worship

Bishop George Wayne Smith Visits St. Martin’s

We look forward to welcoming the Tenth Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri, the Rt. Rev. George Wayne Smith for his final visitation as our bishop.

Scholarship Sunday – March 31

St. Martin’s will assist with a scholarship for a high school senior. Sunday, March 31 will be the 18th consecutive year for Scholarship Sunday support.

Give the Gift of Life

St. Martin’s semi-annual Blood Drive is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. Help make a difference in someone’s life through blood donation!

Everybody's Story

Book of the Week

The Everybody’s Story Children’s Library will highlight a book selection each week and place it on the book shelf for all to see and check out.

Reflections by Mother Leslie

Beloved People of St. Martin’s, we have now begun our first Lenten season together, and I am so looking forward to sharing this journey with you.

Thankful Thursday

Let gratitude be the pillow upon which you kneel to say your nightly prayer. And let Faith be the bridge you build to overcome evil and welcome good.

Lenten Book Study Starts Next Week

On Wednesdays during Lent (6:30 – 8:00 p.m.) join the Rev. Sally Weaver in the library to discuss Bishop Jake Owensby’s book A Resurrection Shaped Life.

Syrian Dinner

“Eat well and do good at the same time.” Enjoy a delicious dinner of traditional Mediterranean foods prepared by Syrian refugees living in St Louis.

Social Justice – Thought Piece

As part of their regular meeting each month, a Social Justice Committee member presents what is being called a “thought piece.”