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October 16, 2022 | 10:00am In-person and Facebook Live or replay on Facebook later

Our scriptures are Psalm 119:97-104 (God instructs us and guides us) and Luke 18:1-8 (Jesus talking about prayer). We will talk about prayer and try some prayer practices together.

St Louis County is now at CDC Medium risk meaning masking is recommended for those who have tested positive or are in high-risk populations. Therefore, we have adjusted our recommendations.


Please participate in worship virtually via our livestream on Facebook if you have tested positive for Covid in the last 5 days.


Masks should be worn and respected for in-person worship under the following conditions:

1) You have tested positive for COVID 6-10 days ago and you still have symptoms;

2) You are in a high-risk group and/or have underlying conditions;

3) You are more comfortable wearing a mask.

In order to protect individuals and the wider community, we strongly encourage up-to-date vaccinations and boosters against all communicable diseases.

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Sunday School

Fall Theme: Parables and Stories

Seasons of the Spirit curriculum follows the revised common lectionary with age appropriate activities and projects. 

Teams of teachers are rotating through grade school and youth classes.

If you have questions or would like to help, please contact Marsha Peek [email protected] or [email protected]

CLICK HERE for MORE about Christian Education, Youth Group, Family Events and Confirmation Updates

Sunday, October 23 11:15am

Gather with us for some worship planning for Advent/Christmas thru mid-January. 

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Tuesday Afternoon Dialogue October 18

Travel As a Political Act: How to Leave Your Baggage Behind by Rick Steves.

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Register for Drag Queen Bingo

Vitality Reboot: Come for the Donuts, Leave with Vitality!


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Sharing our Blessings at Thanksgiving: Circle of Concern’s Thanksgiving Boxes

Due October 30

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Jesus Has Left the Building 2022 Coming back to Parkway Soon!

October 30

Multiple ways to serve the community in a few hours of one day!

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Prayer List Updates

Steele Gustav Posey - new great-grandbaby for John/Joyce Ruiz.

All the acts of kindness, justice and equity near and far.

Gail Haack - hospitalized after a fall at home on Saturday night.

Family and friends of Bart Coleman - grieving and giving thanks...

plans are being made for a memorial service here in November.

Bill Haack - home after a few days in the hospital with stones.

Family and friends of Janet – grieving/giving thanks (Litzinger). 

All impacted by Covid-19.

Mary Kay McKenzie - receiving hospice care (Tom’s sister).                        

Ann - receiving hospice care (aunt of Kris Impastato).

Daniel - rare cancer; additional tests (cousin of Dana Delibovi).

Brooke - that she would find love and start a family of her own.

All those dealing with aftermath of Hurricanes Ian and Fiona.

Recent gun violence in Thailand that took many lives.

St Louis Association UCC Covenant Partner

Week ending October 16 - Emmaus Homes;

Week ending October 23 - St Paul’s UCC, Oakville; 

From Polly Winkelmann:

Words are inadequate to express how very grateful I am for the faithful Parkway family that held us up in prayer and sent encouraging notes and cards throughout Jim’s many months of declining health. Kevin met the challenge of keeping up with whichever hospital or rehab facility Jim was in and visited him regularly. Thanks PUCC – you are the best!                                                                                                              


Try something new for thirty days...add or subtract something...maybe something you’ve always wanted to do? Watch this 3 minute video for inspiration and get going!


What do farmers wear under their shirt when they’re cold?

A har-vest.

How do trees get on the Internet?

They just log on.

What is it called when a tree takes some time off?

Paid leaf.


Love is saying yes to belonging. That's my definition of love, pure and simple. Anything that we call love, as far as I can see, is in some way related to this yes. . . And that saying yes is not just an intellectual assent; it has profound moral implications. It means…acting the way people act when they belong together. ~David Steindl-Rast 

Intertwine Interfaith Morning of Service

Saturday, November 5 | 9:00am - 12:00pm 

Gather with our Muslim and Jewish siblings from TASOM (Turkish American Society of Missouri) and Shaare Emeth for a morning of community service in three locations TBA.

Some people may choose to gather for lunch at Tapi's on Vandeventer.

Save the date...more information to come!


Sprouts of Peace hearts and Hands

Saturday, October 22

2:00 - 4:00pm

Peace UCC

204 E. Lockwood, Webster Groves 63119

Sprouts of Peace – our interfaith group for kids through 5th grade (and teen helpers) will be meeting again on Saturday, October 22nd from 2-4pm at Peace United Church Of Christ (204 E. Lockwood, Webster Groves 63119).

You can park in the upper parking lot off of Lockwood Ave and then enter the building through the double red doors.

Masks will not be required for this event.

We would love to have each family bring two pair of large tube socks with them to this event. The socks will be used in one of our outreach projects.

The theme for this event will be Hearts and Hands. Sprouts will be using their hearts and hands to help make the world a better place. During our event sprouts and family members will have the opportunity to tour our worship space and to ask any question they may have. We will be reading Just Help! How to Build a Better World by Sonia Sotomayor. Then we will work together to put together/create:

1. Sock of Love - Hygiene kits in socks for people without homes.

2. Baskets of Fun - Basket with needed items for children at Children's Hospital.

3. Canvas Bags- Decorating canvas bags with fabric markers that will be used in a Little Pantry for folks to carry their food home.

4. Greeting Cards - Decorating/coloring greeting cards that will be delivered to folks at a local nursing home.

We will end our time together with the sprouts of peace song and snack.

We look forward to having you join us on October 22nd! Feel free to bring another family with you! The more the merrier as we help build a more compassionate and inclusive world alongside our Muslim and Jewish siblings.

Dates for the rest of this year:

November 19 – United Hebrew (141 and Conway – across from St Luke’s Hospital);

January 21 – Parkway UCC;

February 11 – United Hebrew (141 and Conway – across from St Luke’s Hospital);

March 11 – Islamic Foundation (Weidman Rd, Ballwin)

Questions? Let me know!

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WILPF St Louis has teamed up with Veterans for Peace to host 3 October events. We need your participation!

 1. Picket line noon on Friday October 14

Across from the Eagleton building. We are urging Senators Blunt and Hawley to join the 19 Congress members that support nuclear abolition. H.R.2850 Http://www.nuclear ban/19-members-of-congress-now/support-nuclear-abolition/

 2. Help paint signs Thursday noon October 13.

 3. The Golden Rule the Veterans for Peace sailing Ship is making a loop down the Mississippi River now. On October 30 an event at Ethical Society at 3:00 til 5:00 will feature a film Nuclear Free World, speakers and art “for a future.”

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Saturday, October 29

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Electronic E-cycling Event

Saturday, November 19 | 8:00 - 11:00am

Paul A. Schroeder Park, 359 Old Meramec Station Road, Manchester MO

The City of Manchester provides a site for MRC to conduct a collection event. MRC sets the guidelines and fees and provides the collection service. Questions concerning the program should be directed to MRC at 636-223-0150.

MRC accepts a variety of items for recycling including but not limited to:

TVs & CRT monitors (MRC has set the following fees regarding TVs and CRT monitors. Due to ongoing changes in this recycling market, these fees are subject to change with little or no notice)

CRT Monitors - $5.00 each

CRT TV’s 26” or less - $30.00 each

CRT TV’s 27” or greater - $50.00 each

Wood Console & True Big Screen/Projection TV’s - $50.00 each

LED/LCD/Plasma TV’s - $20.00 each

All computer equipment, accessories, and cables.

Medical, dental, and laboratory equipment – no biohazards!

All telephones, cell phones, PDA’s, digital cameras, and related items.

Batteries (except alkaline batteries).

All appliances - small and large (freon containing unit fee - $10.00 each).

AV equipment, speakers, etc.

All scrap metal and metal containing items.

Metal office furniture and equipment.

Lawn and garden equipment (gas and oil must be drained prior to dropping off)

The following items are not accepted:

VHS tapes, data tapes, floppy disks, capacitors or ballasts that are not clearly marked as saying "No PCB's, thermostats, light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, medical waste of any kind, gas containers such as freon, oxygen, nitrous oxide, anything leaking oil or acid such as cracked batteries, broken ink cartridges that are leaking powder or liquid, alkaline batteries, exit signs, broken CRT TV's and monitors, CD's/DVD’s, hazardous materials, and smoke/carbon monoxide detectors.

Program Notes

A collection event may be canceled if snow, icy, or severe weather conditions are present or forecasted or if a conflict occurs with a Schroeder Park activity. Information about a cancellation will be posted on the City’s website,, as soon as it is available. Canceled events will not be re-scheduled with collection resuming with the next regularly scheduled event.

Qualifying items will only be accepted at the Schroeder Park drop off site during the established time period. Dropping off any items prior to or after a scheduled event time is prohibited.

MRC reserves the right to refuse any item for any reason.

Participants are to remain in their vehicle and in line. Items being dropped off will be removed from the vehicle by MRC staff. Participants are not to hand carry an item or items to the drop off point.

Payment of noted fees may be made by cash or check only.

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