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We invite you to be part of our faith journey

We believe that God is calling the people of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri to transform our churches, our communities, and our world to reflect more and more God’s dream found in Jesus Christ. A dream that calls us to be a people who seek to be followers of Jesus who are forgiven, healed, strengthened and renewed. We seek a deeper connection with God and with each other as we journey together.

So, whether you are here for the first time or have been in church all your life; whether you are liberal, conservative, independent or progressive; whether you are urban, suburban, rural or no place to lay your head; whether you are rich, dead broke, old, young, straight, gay, Trans, non-binary, arriving with a busload of kids, coming alone, firm in your faith or filled with doubts, God brought you here and we welcome you... just as you are!

We hope you will join us on the journey with Jesus!

Diocesan News


Building Your Communications Toolkit

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all into the digital world. And even though we are beginning to return to in-person activities, we have seen the benefits of virtual communications. Now we must adjust our mindset and our behavior to transform ourselves into a hybrid church.


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Hymn of the Week: October 24

Canon Precentor Pat Partridge from Christ Church Cathedral tells us about hymn that comes from Psalm 103, and has become a popular selection for weddings.

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Get to Know: Trinity Episcopal Church, DeSoto

Trinity Episcopal Church in DeSoto combines its rich history with modern sensibilities to stand as one of the only truly progressive churches in Jefferson County.

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Lessons in Apple Farming

Preschool students at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Webster Groves got a special visit from a couple of "famous" farmers.

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Hymn of the Week: October 17

The Rev. Brooke Myers shows us how matching lyrics and music isn't always as simple as it may seem.

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Upcoming Events

Events

Cycle & Center: Discover the Peace & Power of Prayerful Pedaling

Saturday, Oct 23, 2021, 10:00 AM

Confluence: A Center for Spirituality invites all ages to enjoy a leisurely bike ride around Creve Coeur Lake and discover the peace and power of prayerful pedaling.

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St. Paul's Annual Benefit Concert

Saturday, Oct 23, 2021, 7:00 PM

St. Paul's Episcopal Church in the Carondelet neighborhood of St. Louis invites you to its 7th Annual Benefit Concert, Saturday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m.

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Building a Labyrinth

Saturday, Nov 06, 2021, 1:00 PM

All are invited to participate in the holy task of laying stones for a new labyrinth at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Town & Country on Saturday, Nov. 6.

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