A traditional summer camp with Episcopal values that seeks to bring campers into contact with God and into closer community with each other.
The Rockwell House, near the campus of Washington University, is the center of Episcopal campus ministry in the St. Louis metro area.
CPC Church Periodical Club
A church-wide organization dedicated to the ministry of the printed word and the promotion of Christian mission.
Community of Hope
A national organization with chapters, COH trains and supports lay people for pastoral ministry within and beyond their congregations.
The Diocese of Missouri has a companion diocese relationship with the Anglican Diocese of Lui, in South Sudan, and with members of the diocese now living in diaspora.
DOK Daughters of the King
A spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to including in daily life Prayer, Service and Evangelism.
Deaconess Anne House
An intentional community, member of the Episcopal Service Corps. We are a school of disciples learning the complexities of following Jesus Christ in the 21st century
Learn about this diocese's deaf church and their ministry.
The repository for all the official and historical records of the Diocese of Missouri.
The ways in which we support members and clergy of this diocese in faithful witness of our life in Christ, our dialogue with one another and with the world. Publications, networking, conferences and meetups, social media
Print and email publications: iSeek and Seek, Journals, Daily Missouri Episcopalian, Bishop Wayne's messages. Read, subscribe, or submit.
Deacon Jerre Birdsong has been appointed the Diocesan Disaster Coordinator to Episcopal Relief & Development by Bishop Wayne Smith.
Dismantling Racism Commission
Coordinates the 14-hour anti-racism training for the diocese, networks church racial justice groups, organizes the annual Absalom Jones commemoration, meets monthly.
ECW Episcopal Church Women
all women of the Episcopal Church throughout the United States are considered members of ECW
ERM Episcopal Recovery Ministries
ERM exists to serve the clergy--to help them identify, talk to, and assist parishioners and their loved ones who are suffering from addictions into the work of recovery.
The response of this diocese to the tragedy of the shooting death of Michael Brown, the protests in Ferguson, St. Louis, and the country around the sin of racism and white supremacy.
Response of the diocese to systemic and sinful racism, and the community's response to the not guilty verdict regarding the police shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith.
Gun Violence Prevention Deputy
Bishop Wayne has appointed the Rev. Dr. Marc Smith as Bishop's Deputy for Gun Violence Prevention.
Health, wellness, parish nurse
Updates from the deacon for health ministries, Info on SAJE senior ministry partnership.
New! Weekly podcast exploring faith storytelling in the diocese.
A ministry of joint discipleship in Christ with poor and oppressed people
Monthly webchat discussing church-wide initiatives from General Convention and Episcopal Church Offices and our diocesan responses.
Currently on hiatus, this organization began to help congregations develop intentional welcome for LGBTQ people.
Task Force on Hunger
Diocesan group that oversees funding for feeding and nutrition ministries.
UTO United Thank Offering
A churchwide ministry that encourages daily prayers, offerings, and awareness of the abundance of God's blessing. UTO makes annual grants to the dioceses.
Confluence Spirituality Center
Ministry partner, a “roofless” community dedicated to helping people deepen and enrich their spiritual lives.
EPHT (Health Trust)
Ministry partner, a grant making trust whose purpose is to continue health care ministry to the poor.
Episcopal City Mission
Ministry partner, provides chaplaincy to youth in detention.
Episcopal Relief and Development
The worldwide relief agency of the Episcopal Church. Provides money and resources in times of emergency or disaster, at home and abroad.
Grace Hill was established by this diocese in 1903 as a settlement house, now Grace Hill is both a network of service providers and Affinia Health Services.
St. Lukes Hospital
This hospital was begun by Episcopal physicians and church members who opened St. Luke's Infirmary in 1865, and now serves the greater St. Louis area as a premier regional healthcare provider. Pastoral Care department: The Rev. Renita Heinzl (Presbyterian), Director, The Rev. Mari Chollet (Episcopal), Associate Director:
Sewanee, University of the South
Sewanee is the only university in the nation that is owned and governed by dioceses of the Episcopal Church, including Diocese of Missouri.
St Andrews Resources for Seniors
Ministry partner whose mission is to empower elders and their caregivers through choices and options that foster a vital life