May 10-17, 2018
Living Christ in This World
THIS SUNDAY, May 13, 2018
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The Rev. Andrew John Archie
The Rt. Rev. Keith B. Whitmore
The Rt. Rev. Richard Chartres
The Rev. Andrew John Archie
Stewardship Campaign
Together we worship in a beautiful, sacred space, nurture our children, serve people in need, care for each other, and assure that God’s love is felt through our work. We continue to build Christ’s Kingdom on earth with our time, talent, and treasure. Thank you for your support!

If you have not yet made a pledge and wish to do so, you may pick up a pledge card in the pew, narthex, on the website at , or call the Church at 314.721.1502. Thank you for your pledge.
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UTO giving is sent in to the Diocese in early December and early June. UTO boxes may be turned in now, to be added to the June Offering.
Did you know that since its inception in October of 2002, the Knitting Ministry has knitted 504 mantles of comfort, or prayer shawls, for those in need or who are suffering?

RECTOR’S FORUM: The Rector's Forum is in recess until the fall.

CONGRATULATIONS to all graduating high school seniors! We pray the Lord’s blessing upon you in the next stage. All are invited to join us for a reception in the Great Hall following the 9:15 liturgy.

FAITHFUL GENERATIONS SS CLASS:  Join a community of adults (parents, grandparents, others) discussing faith and how to support children and families in Christian life. Articles discussed in this class are listed on the Faithful Generations Sunday School Class page under Parent Link on our website. The last class will meet SUNDAY in the Wydown Meeting Room from 10:30-11 AM. All are welcome!

NAMETAGS: Please wear your nametags. If you cannot find your nametag, please write your name on the clipboard in the Wydown Narthex. A nametag will be waiting for you on the clipboard next week.

Friday, May 11
FRIDAY MORNING WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY: Review the Collect and Scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday. We meet Friday mornings in the Library from 7:30-8:30 AM following Holy Eucharist at 7 AM in St. Mary’s Chapel.

Monday, May 14
How We Got This Bible: Sixty-six books (or more?), written over the course of hundreds of years, copied by hand, and translated into hundreds of languages—how did we get the Bible we have today? All ladies of the parish are invited to come investigate the history of this sacred book and explore an overview of the whole biblical story from creation to new creation.

Tuesday, May 15
10:30-11:30 AM: Bible study, led by the Rev. Peter Speropulos; 11:30 to Noon: Holy Eucharist, St. Mary’s Chapel; Noon: Lunch, the Great Hall. Lunch costs $7. Reservations are required by Sunday evening, May 13, to Lynne Roney at or 314.727.7175; 12:30 PM: Service project: Assembling layettes for the Nicaragua mission. This activity will be our last official meeting until the fall, when we will reconvene on Tuesday, September 11.

Wednesday, May 16
WONDERFUL WEDNESDAYS: Join Bishop Keith Whitmore for Wonderful Wednesdays.
5:30 PM Evening Prayer - St. Mary’s Chapel
6:00 PM Light Supper - Great Hall
6:45 PM Class
8:00 PM Compline St. Mary’s Chapel
Each week will feature a new topic. May 16 -The Early Church? May 23 -How Do We Deepen Our Faith?

Friday, May 18
FRIDAY MORNING WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY: Review the Collect and Scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday. We meet Friday mornings in the Library from 7:30-8:30 AM following Holy Eucharist at 7 AM in St. Mary’s Chapel.

Saturday, May 19
SANDWICH MAKING: will take place Saturday, May 19. 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 27
 8:00 Holy Eucharist I
10:00 AM Choral Eucharist I
 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist II
PARISH PICNIC IN THE STREET: The annual Parish Picnic in the Street follows the 10 AM service on Sunday, May 27. Join us for a barbecue, bouncy castle, games, pony ride, petting zoo, and Wayne, the Balloon Guy! The cost is $5 per child for unlimited use of the games. Rain or shine!

Monday, May 28
MEMORIAL DAY: The Church offices and building will be closed.

Please review The Church of St. Michael & St. George's weekly
e-newsletter to keep abreast of our events. Visit our online calendar for event informatio n. 
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. more  
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