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!
The Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
together with the Rite of Holy Baptism
The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry,
XXVII Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church,
Presiding and Preaching
Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis
Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021
All are invited to a free online event to learn about the history and importance of two Episcopal historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
Lutheran School of Theology St Louis is pleased to announce a special online series featuring Dr. Wil Gafney, an Episcopalian and Sam B. Hulsey Professor of Hebrew Bible at Brite Divinity School. This Womanist Biblical Interpretation Colloquium is open to all.
This retreat and workshop introduces participants to the Enneagram, a spiritual system designed to bring about a deeper understanding of your unique identity with God, yourselves and others. The event is hosted by The Church of St. Michael & St. George in Clayton on Saturday, Oct. 2.
Bishop Deon Johnson will lead a funeral Eucharist for the 8th Bishop of The Episcopal Diocese of Missouri, William "Bill" Jones and the bishop's wife, Margaret "Maggie" Jones on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021, at 11 a.m. at Christ Church Cathedral.