Worship with us this Sunday!
Join us for worship this Sunday at 10am on YouTube as we experience God’s echoing call to young Samuel – and to us. As we move further into this new year, what is the Holy whispering and shouting to you? Where do you feel God is calling you to pay attention, speak and/or act? We will hear some MLK, Jr quotes as well.
Livestream worship on designated Sundays. Look under videos for previous livestreamed services.
All our worship service videos in one place!
All Mid~Week Meditations that have been recorded on YouTube.
Order of worship, announcements, prayer list, birthdays and anniversaries.
Sunday School
Sunday School for children through 5th grade:

Meeting ID: 383 733 977
Password: 81968
Sunday School for Youth/Teens each week:

Meeting ID: 815 6130 3581
Password: 702228
Parkway Speaker Series/Adult Education
Sun, Jan 17 | 11:15am
Join our own Florence Simonson at 11:15am on YouTube this Sunday for a conversation about water in the Bible. She will share also share a bit of theology, history, practices, challenges and blessings of Baptism.
As we continue to live with water, ponder Jesus’ Baptism from worship last Sunday and listen for God’s call today, be with us for this educational opportunity.
Budget Forum Q & A
Sun, Jan 31 |m 11:"15am
via ZOOM
Join Us for Tuesday Afternoon Dialogue (TAD)
1st & 3rd Tuesdays
2:00-3:00pm | via ZOOM
Prayer List Updates
All the acts of kindness that are happening near and far!
The momentum toward justice and equity.
The Inauguration and peaceful transfer of power next week.
Nate and Dawn Jones Goldstein – just tested positive for Covid-19.
Jim & Polly Winkelmann - he is home after a few weeks in a rehab hospital, healing after a stroke. Encouragement welcome!
1504 Wolf Trail Rd; Wildwood, MO 63021; 314-610-3348 (Jim’s cell).
Audrey and John Nourse - as she finds healing and strength.
Healthcare workers, homeless and many others at risk right now.
Physical Distancing… if anyone needs groceries, medicine and/or other support, please reach out to [email protected]; 314-330-0629
People who are struggling with their mental health.
People who aren’t feeling safe at home but are remaining there.
Individuals in all levels of leadership as they make decisions today.
Healing of relationships between the public and the police.
Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen.
The people of Indonesia after recent plane crash.
Our Democracy.

St Louis Assn UCC Covenant Partner
Interfaith Partnership of St. Louis;
interfaithstl.org (Kevin is the MMS Conference UCC representative to IP)
Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis is a collaborative organization open to people of all religions in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
Our Mission Statement is: Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis deepens understanding, respect and appreciation among all persons across lines of religious difference.
Our Motto is: As communities of faith, we agree to differ, promise to love, and unite to serve.
We strive to be a leading, trusted source of all things interfaith in the St. Louis area. Not only do we create our own programs, but we also support, resource and promote St. Louis’ interfaith events and programs that move us toward greater understanding and peace.

Week ending January 24 - Every Child’s Hope; everychildshope.org
ECH was founded in 1858 by our UCC foremothers and forefathers as an orphanage for immigrant children who lost their parents in cholera outbreaks. As the needs of St. Louis children and families have evolved over the past century and a half, ECH’s services and programs have adapted to meet those ever-changing needs.

Have you registered for the Covid-19 vaccine?

To pre-register if you live in St Louis County, click this link:

If you live in a different county, you will want to connect with your county’s health department.

The St Louis County Health Department will follow-up with you when you are eligible to receive the vaccine according to the tiers established by the state, and when there are available appointments. Please know that they are working as quickly as they can to accommodate all who register.

Everything is breaking.
Insurrection in breaking our sense of national identity. White racism is breaking black lives. National leaders are breaking our laws and institutions. Our economic policy is disproportionately breaking the poor. Our fear of each other is breaking our communities. Our denial of reality is breaking our hope for a better world.
Everything is breaking.
As scary as it is...let it break.
Let it break our bigotry. Let it break our hate. Let it break our fear, our privilege, our aggression, our silence. Let it break our delusions, our failed national leaders, our systems that oppress. Let it all break.
When we give up the hope of fixing our systems, we free ourselves to create new ones. 
Yes, everything is breaking. Let it break. A better world is possible when we let go of this one.
We are in this together.
Cameron Trimble, UCC Pastor

3 Snow Jokes – Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!
What do you get from sitting on the ice too long?

What did one snowman say to the other snowman?
Can you smell carrot?

What is it called when a snowman has a temper tantrum?
A meltdown!

From John Dorhauer, our UCC General Minister and President in his occasional podcast – approx. four minutes
Contact Lynn Sableman for more information on #NUCLEARBAN: [email protected]

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