Ways to Engage

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Next Outdoor Service: The Bishop Confirms/Receives new Episcopalians May 2 at 4pm

We will have our next outdoor service in Mooney on May 2 at 4pm. Bishop Deon will be with us and many of our new members will be confirmed, received, or reaffirm their faith. (If you are interested in confirmation/reception and haven’t already heard from the rector, please get in touch). We would be delighted to have a good crowd of Holy Communion folks with us as we welcome new official members.

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Virtual Town Hall with Bishop Deon April 19 7p-8pm

On Monday April 19th from 7:00pm-8:00pm Bishop Deon Johnson will hold a virtual town hall meeting to get to know the clergy and members of the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion. Members of recent Pilgrimage classes, especially those considering confirmation or reception at our service with the bishop on May 2, are especially encouraged to attend.

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Online Memorial Service for Jim Krieg: Saturday May 1 at 11am (central)

After a long illness, Jim Krieg died on April 2, Good Friday. A Memorial Service will be held online for Jim on Saturday May 1 at 11am (Central Time). A digital reception will be held on Zoom after the service (about 11:30 am) To register for the reception (and receive the link for Zoom), or to leave a message in the online guest book, click the link.

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Laundry Love Helpers Needed Tuesday April 20

Holy Communion’s Laundry Love initiative in St. Louis seeks to build community, make a difference, and help folks get their laundry done. On the third Tuesday of each month, our volunteers take over Classic Coin Laundry in UCity. In the midst of the pandemic, our Laundry Love ministry greatly simplified. Volunteers are greeting folks outside, with masks, handing out quarters and soap. The next Laundry Love using this model will be April 20.

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Virtual Coffee on Easter: Ongoing Conversation on Housing

After the live stream service on Sunday, you can join us for “Virtual Coffee Hour’ B.Y.O.C. (Bring your Own Coffee) via Zoom Video. This Sunday join a conversation about our Housing Forum with Prof. Todd Swanstrom.

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The Forum this week: Housing and Gentrification with Prof. Todd Swanstrom

The Forum is a conversation at Holy Communion about faith, life, justice, arts and culture. Each week we will premiere a conversation on our Facebook and Youtube channels. On the following Sunday morning, during our Virtual Coffee Hour, you’ll have a chance to engage the forum through discussion and Q&A. We also post most of our forums audio on our podcast.

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Virtual Game Night: April 25 @ 5pm

Join us for virtual game night on Zoom!

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Join our Garden Ministry to Feed Food Insecure Neighbors

Come help care for Holy Communion’s raised garden beds, as we grow produce for our food insecure neighbors at Trinity Food Ministry. No gardening experience is required! We’ll start of the season with a planting party on Sunday April 18 at 6pm. Be sure to sign up, so we know to count you for the food:

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Stay Connected: Download our App and Login to our Directory

Holy Communion is accessible on your smart device. We have an app for all of our recent content, and to stay connected. We also have an online directory that gives you access to groups, communications, and contact information for fellow parishioners.

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Give to Holy Communion

You can make a gift at any time through our website. You can also text "giveHoCo" to 77977 An old fashioned check can be mailed to 7401 Delmar Blvd St. Louis MO, 63130. Or you can drop it in our mailbox in the entryway on Jackson Ave.

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All Services are archived: Watch again

Did you know that all of our services, sermons, and offering are available in our archive. They are up on Facebook, but probably the easiest way to find them is our Youtube channel.

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Participate in our online worship services: looking for readers, greeters, and producers!

We are recruiting readers, greeters, musicians, folks to lead prayer, and video producers for our worship on Sundays. You simply need to be able to video yourself, so you can be heard and seen well, and to send the video in to church.

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