In order to provide more time for Adult Christian Education and allow the choir to participate more in our programming, the 10:15 service will begin 15 minutes later at 10:30, starting Sunday, September 1.
We are calling all students, staff, and teachers to bring in their backpacks for a blessing during the weekend of August 10-11.
St. Martin’s welcomes the River Blenders Chorus to our 10:15 a.m. worship on Sunday, August 18.
The goal of UTO is to support every Episcopalian in adopting a personal spiritual discipline of gratitude – to find ways to stop and notice the good things.
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 Chiazor Omeni.
Bishop Wayne Smith announces the call of the Rev. Michaelene Miller as the Director of the Deaconess Anne House program of the Episcopal Service Corps in St. Louis, MO.
The St. Martin’s Book Club meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the library. This month’s selection is Cry Purple by Christine McDonald.
Interviews are beginning and we’ve secured locations and dates for the November walkabouts and April 2020 ordination and consecration of our next bishop.
This Sunday in our gospel we will hear one of the two texts that helped shape what is probably the most familiar Christian prayer to most of us.
A weekly reminder to be thankful in every aspect of our lives, and to pause and reflect on all the gifts we have received.
The Mercy Conference and Retreat Center located at 2039 N. Geyer Road, St. Louis 63131 hosts a series of helpful presentations that are open to the public.
Are you overwhelmed with busyness? Do you worry? Have your prayers become perfunctory or hurried petitions between activities?
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 Reuben Rigel.
Beloved People of St. Martin’s, Fifty years ago this week, the entire world watched as the United States attempted to safely land two humans on the lunar surface and have them return safely to Earth. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin would actually land on the moon. They did not immediately scramble […]
Join the Episcopal Church Women Diocesan Board and participate in Feed My Starving Children’s St. Louis MobilePack event.
St. Martin's Episcopal Church
15764 Clayton Road
Ellisville, MO 63011
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