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A hearing loop for hearing aid and cochlear implant users has been installed in the main sanctuary. Loop listeners are available for those without a compatible hearing device.
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The Church of
St. Michael &
6345 Wydown Blvd.
PO Box 11887
Clayton, MO 63105
"Living Christ in This
The Rev. Blake Sawicky
ii 8 AM,
11:15 AM & 5:30 PM
The Rev. John Hartnett; 9:15 AM
May 21 The Rev. Ezgi S. Perkins
May 28 The Rev. Andrew J. Archie
SUMMER SCHEDULE BEGINS
All of The Church of St. Michael & St. George ministries and programs reflect our core values of worship, growth, service and leadership. The Church's operating budget is funded almost entirely by the annual commitments of parishioners.
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will not meet this Sunday
THE SPIRITUAL FAMILY CLASS: This class will continue to discuss "Social Skills for Life" in May. Wydown Meeting Room from 10:30-11:15 AM. Adults of all ages are invited.
WELCOME OUR GUEST PREACHER for the 9:15 AM liturgy:
The Rev. Canon John Hartnett grew up at Emmanuel Church in Webster Groves where he sang in the children's choir and watched his parents serve in a wide variety of ministries. He attended John Burroughs School, graduated from St. George's School in Newport, RI (where he was taught by Hays Rockwell, later Bishop of Missouri), Harvard College, and Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Ordained to the priesthood by Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 1988, Fr. John served two Manhattan parishes before being called to St. Elizabeth's Church in Ridgewood, New Jersey where he has been the Rector for 24 years. He and Susan have two adult children and five grandchildren. Prior to ordination he worked in publishing in Manhattan, is an amateur carpenter of modest ability, and leads expeditions to English Cathedrals to introduce Americans to the Anglican tradition in its native habitat.
HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR RECOGNITION: Congratulations to all our graduating seniors! We're proud of you and excited for what the future will bring. Everyone is invited to the Great Hall today following the 9:15 AM service to celebrate.
SUNDAY SCHOOL: Sunday is the last day of Youth Ministry Sunday School before we recess for the summer. 6th and 7th graders will be in the Gym; 8th-11th graders will be in the Armstrong Room. Thanks for a great year!
HEALING EUCHARIST: Sunday evening, the 5:30 PM Sunday evening service will include prayers for healing along with Anointing with holy oil. "Is any among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord." (James 5:14) Come to pray for people in need of healing and wholeness, or come if you yourself would like to receive the Anointing of the Sick.
FRIDAY MORNING WOMENS BIBLE STUDY
7 AM Holy Eucharist (St. Mary's Chapel) 7:30-8:30 AM (Library)
Review the Collect and Scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday.
Monday, May 15
MONDAY MORNING WOMENS BIBLE STUDY
Mother Ezgi will be leading a study of Deborah from the Book of Judges. We hope you will join us in the Armstrong Room at 9 AM.
Tuesday, May 16
CHURCH SERVICE LEAGUE
10:30 AM Bible Study in the Sverdrup Room; 11:20 AM Holy Eucharist in St. Mary's Chapel; Noon Lunch in the Great Hall (Lunch reservations by Sunday evening to Alison Wiedle at 314.307.8300 or
Wednesday, May 17
5:30 PM Holy Eucharist; 6:15 PM Dinner; 6:45 PM Class;
8 PM Compline
"Faith and War": As America marks the 100th anniversary of our entry into WWI, Fr. Blake will offer an Eastertide series of classes on "Faith and War" - considering various ways in which Christians have responded to the demands and pressures of armed conflict, particularly during the "Great War" and its aftermath. Guest speakers will round out the topics covered.
Saturday, May 20
HUNGER MINISTRY SANDWICH MAKING will take place Saturday, May 20. All parishioners are invited and encouraged to join the St. Michael's Hunger Ministry on the third Saturday of each month from 10-11 AM in the Taylor Room to make sandwiches for the Bridge and FOCUS St. Louis clients.
Sunday, May 28
BRING A FRIEND TO CHURCH
"PARISH PICNIC IN THE STREET"
Make plans now to "Bring a Friend to Church" on Sunday, May 28. That is the first day of our summer schedule (9:15 AM liturgy is moved to 10 AM) and the 11:15 AM service is in recess for the summer. Everyone will be well-rested at the 10 AM liturgy, AND there will be a BBQ lunch served afterwards.
Bring your friends to enjoy a great sermon and BBQ lunch of hot dogs, hamburgers and brats. Call a friend now to make plans for Sunday, May 28, at 10 AM at CSMSG!
July 29-August 6
SUMMER TRIP TO NICARAGUA
World Service Mission Ministry will take its 18th annual mission trip to Nicaragua, July 29 through August 6, 2017. For more information, please contact Jennifer McGrath at
This Sunday, May 14, 9:15 AM.
LAST DAY OF SUNDAY SCHOOL
This Sunday, May 14, 10:30-11:10 AM.
MIDDLE SCHOOL MISSION WEEK
June 5-9, in St. Louis
HIGH SCHOOL MISSION TRIP July 8-15 to
TEXTING WITH YOUR PHONE!
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