Friday, September 10 at 11am
Mining for Memories!
A great opportunity to look back at your life and build relationships now. We share a word that might spark a memory - eg. stairs, suitcase, water, eyeglasses, button, crayon.
Join with video:
Join on your phone: (312) 626-6799
Meeting ID: 825 9694 7303; Passcode: 705232
Saturday, September 11
20 Year Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks
Visit for all kinds of things that will help you on this day.
This might interest you as well – a way to engage with others.
Worship with us this Sunday!
Worship In-Person in the Sanctuary or on Facebook Live at 10am… or later on YouTube
Our scriptures are Proverbs 1:20–33 and Mark 8:27–38 with a sermon entitled ‘Stop, Children. What’s that Sound?’ The proverbs reading is about Wisdom. In the gospel lesson, Jesus is trying to help the disciples understand a bit more about who he is and why he is there among them… and who they are because of him.
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.
This link lists bulletin posts, with the top one as the most recent.
Sunday School Live and via Zoom
Sunday School for children through 5th grade:

Meeting ID: 383 733 977
Password: 819680
Sunday School for Youth/Teens each week:

Meeting ID: 815 6130 3581
Password: 702228
Tuesday Evening Dialogue September 14
2nd & 4th Tuesdays | 6:45pm social time | 7:00pm Book discussion | Zoom
We will be finishing up The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. Please read from page 100 to the end.
Meeting ID: 861 7230 0024| (312) 626 6799 US | Passcode: BookClub
September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month
It’s time to raise awareness on this stigmatized, and often taboo, topic. In addition to shifting public perception, use this month to spread hope and vital information to people affected by suicide. Be intentional this month so that individuals, friends and families have access to the resources they need to discuss suicide prevention and to seek help. Do some exploring of these websites and share what you learn with others…
Prayer List Updates
All the acts of kindness, justice and equity near and far!
PUCC Weddings last weekend - Melissa and Stephen; Kenzie Patrick and Nick Nouri; Paul Sableman and Shantel Sheppard. Blessings to you!
Kathleen Tarr – healing after a cardiac procedure earlier this week.
John Nourse and family - grieving and giving thanks for Audrey. Visitation here this Friday, September 10 from 4-7pm; Memorial Service here on Saturday at 1pm; Burial across the street in Elm Lawn Cemetery.
Dan & Kim, Ben/Henry/Davis Weas - Dan’s cancer treatment.  
Pat and Janet - his cancer diagnosis; radiation/chemo (Skip Larson’s son-in-law).
Carol - grieving as husband and son died this summer (Winkelmann).
All impacted by Covid-19 - individuals, families, healthcare workers; including the family of Mike (PUCC friend) - mourning/celebrating him.
If anyone needs support or if anyone vaccinated would like to be on the
Care Team, please reach out to [email protected]; 314-330-0629
Caregivers of all shapes and sizes.
People recovering from natural and human made disasters.
20th Anniversary of 9/11 this Saturday.
St Louis Assn UCC Covenant Partner
Week ending September 12 - St Luke’s UCC, Imperial;
Week ending September 19 - St Mark UCC, Arnold;
In this Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month, take a listen to this intense song ‘You Will Be Found’ from Dear Evan Hansen – the Broadway Musical and Film to be released on September 24.
This link gives you more background.
If you had 19 oranges, 11 strawberries, 5 apples and 9 bananas, what would you have?
A yummy fruit salad.
Nobody escapes being wounded. We are all wounded people, whether physically, emotionally, mentally, or spiritually. The main question is not, 'How can we hide our wounds?' so we don't have to be embarrassed, but 'How can we put our woundedness in the service of others?' When our wounds cease to be a source of shame, and become a source of healing, we have become wounded healers.
~Henri Nouwen
Month of Grace + Prayer: An Ecumenical Retreat in Everyday Life

Pray on your own 20 minutes each day and meet one-on-one with a spiritual companion one hour each week for four consecutive weeks. Starts September 12. All meetings will be virtual (Zoom or phone if you prefer). Weekly meeting times set around your schedule. This is an individually directed retreat tailored to your own deep desires. Committed couples also have the option to participate as a couple. The spiritual companions are not members of our church nor can accompany anyone they know. All adults are welcome regardless of denomination or affiliation.

For more information, visit and to register contact Clarence Heller at [email protected].
Crop Walk 2021
Sunday, October 24
4:30 check in | 5:00pm walk Eden Seminary: 475 E Lockwood Ave, Webster Groves MO 63119
Walk to End Alzheimer’s
Saturday, October 23
10:00am The Enterprise Center

Habitat Work Day 11/20
We appreciate your submissions of jokes, quotes, photos, videos, weekly opportunities, Mid~Week Meditation ideas, scriptures that are important to you, hymn/song suggestions, poetry, etc. We would love to hear from you [email protected]
Visit our social media for a mix of pix and to see what other PUCCers would like you to attend/experience/ponder/pray about with them.
Please post a picture of you/yours on our social media:
(314) 872 9330 [email protected]
2841 N Ballas Road,
St. Louis, MO 63131

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