Join us as we enter the ancient city of Athens and find out about Paul’s struggles in a society that hasn’t yet learned about Jesus.
A weekly reminder to be thankful in every aspect of our lives, and to pause and reflect on all the gifts we have received.
Camp Phoenix is a traditional summer camp with Episcopal values that seeks to bring campers into contact with God and into closer community with each other.
As we continue our introductions of the twelve Vestry members at St. Martin’s, this week we will get to know a little more about John Alden.
Are you overwhelmed with busyness? Do you worry? Have your prayers become perfunctory or hurried petitions between activities?
The St. Martin’s Book Club meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month and this month’s selection is “Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine” by Gail Honeyman.
Circle of Concern is already thinking back-to-school because children who start the school year with adequate supplies are ready to learn with confidence!
Trinity Episcopal Church in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis offers a brief (yet powerful) blessing of the bikes at 8 am on Saturday, July 13.
May we join together in this holy work here in this place, sustained by the power of the Holy Spirit that calls us into community, no matter where we are.
Thankful Thursday: Once you start looking you discover that gratitude begets more gratitude. Like all habits, gratitude builds on itself.
The Men’s Group is hosting the July birthday party at the St. Louis Juvenile Detention Center the evening of Friday, July 12.
Join us for an adventure as Paul brings the good news of Jesus Christ to the Ancient Athenians. Vacation Bible School is July 15-19 at St. Martin’s.
A member of the Social Justice Committee presents a “thought piece” each month. This month Mary Drastal offers an introduction to artist Charles White.
You are invited to join Mother Leslie this Sunday, June 30, after the 10:15 a.m. service to participate in the Pridefest March in downtown St. Louis.
Boy Scout Troop #601 will be conducting a Respectful Flag disposal program at St. Martin’s. Collection dates are June 14 through July 4.
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