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Vestry Candidates Announced

Meet the leaders who have offered themselves for a three year term on the Holy Communion vestry, the board with oversight of the parish. The vestry election will be held during the parking lot Eucharist and "in person" portion of our annual meeting on January 31.

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Annual Meeting January 31 at 4pm in the Parking Lot

This year’s annual meeting will have to look different from years past. Reports will be made available in written form and in video form online. We will gather for a combined annual meeting and parking lot Eucharist on Sunday January 31st at 4pm at Jackson Elementary School. Please join us!

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Download the Holy Communion App to your Device

Holy Communion is rolling out a new app. You can download it from the App store and the Google Play store. We hope this App makes all of our online content a little easier to navigate. You’ll be able to use it to find all of our recent sermons, recent emails, worship and classes.

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Opportunities to Mark Dr. King's Holiday in 2021

There are many local opportunities to mark the Dr. King holiday this weekend, but we want to note two with connections to Holy Communion and our wider Episcopal family. Join Christ Church Cathedral Monday at 1pm for an online celebration. On Tuesday at 6pm, our own vestry member Rudy Nickens is the keynote at the St. Louis Community College celebration.

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Faithful Action: Ask the Biden Administration to Re-open the Alex Garcia Case

Holy Communion’s works in partnership with Cristosal, and we often collaborate with The St. Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America. As a new administration takes up work in Washington, we will be working to highlight ways you can raise your voice in support of refugees and immigrants. Alex Garcia has spent the last 39 months living in fear of deportation in a Sanctuary church in St. Louis. Sign your name on to the petition to re-open Alex's case.

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Join us for Virtual Coffee Hour after the service (11:30a)

After the service, join us for coffee hour! There wasn't a forum this week, so we'll simply be catching up about Christmas and the New Year. If you've never joined before, or it has been awhile, you are more than welcome.

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Forum: Providing for At Home Care in St. Louis with Denise Carpenter

In the first of a series, we are joined by parishioner Denise Carpenter. A medical and geriatric social worker who has been a great resource for many as they've asked questions like: "How can I care for my spouse, my parent, or other loved one? Can I care for them at home?" Denise walks us through important questions to ask and resources in the St. Louis area for providing care at home.

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Small Groups Gathering Online

In the new year we are going to be launching several online small group opportunities for folks looking for a safe way to stay connected. Sign up today to let us know you're interested!

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Contemplative Prayer Group forming

Want to ground your activism and justice work? Join us for centering prayer. This winter a group is forming at Holy Communion to build a community of spiritual practice. A weekly email will share a link to a video or audio reflection. The group will gather on Zoom for a time of silence and sharing.

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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 7797 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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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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