Resources are listed alphabetically (below and to the right). If you are unable to find a specific resource, please contact communications director Janis Greenbaum.
All parishes are expected to follow this alcohol policy. This policy was approved by the 171st Convention of the Diocese of Missouri in November 2010, in resolution B-171.Read More »
The Commission on Church Architecture and Allied Arts provides counsel and approval for all substantial parish renovations and new construction.Read More »
The Diocese of Missouri continues to respond with care and deep concern to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We are closely following and prayerfully responding to the advice of local, state and national health experts. Our priority is the health and safety of everyone in our region.Read More »
The archives is the repository for all the official and historical records of the diocese. Our collection includes a library, extensive document and photograph collections, parish registers and a growing collection of three-dimensional items from our closed churches.Read More »
Disasters can and do happen in our diocese. The bishop has appointed the Rev. Dr. Maria Evans (interim rector at Christ Church, Rolla) and Janet Thompson (Calvary, Columbia) as our diocesan disaster coordinators. Their role is to help people and parishes respond and recover when disaster strikes.
The financial base of The Episcopal Diocese of Missouri comes mainly from parish assessments, investments, and individual donations.
The income is used to carry out the mission of the Church and to cover the operational expenses of the diocese.Read More »
Diocesan staff and parish leaders are teaming up to offer tools for success in church governance and provide Diocesan connections to help your congregation thrive.Read More »
The Diocese of Missouri has a zero-tolerance policy for any type of clergy sexual misconduct. Learn about our rules, policies and trainings to prevent misconduct and how we respond when misconduct is reported.Read More »
We Episcopalians believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Many of our liturgies are included in the Book of Common Prayer, but newer liturgies like same-sex blessings and rites for departed pets, are being developed and reviewed on an ongoing basis.Read More »