Upcoming Events

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National Wear Orange for Gun Violence Awareness March

Sunday, June 4th at 12:00pm
Don’t forget to WEAR ORANGE to church on June 4 for Gun Violence Awareness and Prevention Day as we remember and honor the 40,000 people killed each year with guns (including suicides) and the 85,000 people who are shot and wounded each year. And this doesn’t even count the survivors who are traumatized directly or indirectly without being shot themselves. That number has to be in the millions.

Guns and shootings are everywhere these days. It has gotten to the point where some don’t feel safe going about their daily routines. We need to draw attention to gun violence prevention and gun safety.  Start out your day by wearing something orange to church. Orange shirts, hats, shoes, dresses - anything you have that is orange. If you don’t own anything orange, no problem! We’ll give you an orange ribbon to pin on as you enter the sanctuary.

Next, plan on joining the Wear Orange March for Gun Violence Awareness and Prevention. The March is open to all - invite your family, friends and neighbors. Our Agape and Celtics students will be leading at the front of the March. They are marching because they deserve to feel safe in their schoolrooms.

We start at noon from our church and walk down Lockwood to Emmanuel Episcopal Church for a program of prayer, proclamations, poems, speakers, refreshments, and inspiration to take action to end gun violence. Working together, we can begin to end gun violence! Click to open flyer for more details

St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum Tour

Friday, June 16th 10:00am
The Women of A Certain Age would like to invite the congregation (yes guys, this is you too) to the Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum on Friday, June 16th at 10am.

Cost per person is $12 for adults (age 18-64) or $10 for seniors (age 65+), pay at the door. This is a docent led tour so please be sure to RSVP by Wednesday, June 14th so that we have an accurate number of attendees. For those interested, after the tour, we'll take ourselves to lunch in Webster (location to be determined).

Any questions? Contact Janice Seele or Michelle Lepak

Blood Drive

Wednesday, June 28th  1:00-5:00pm
Can You Help Save a Life? Every two seconds, someone in our country needs blood and/or platelets; that need equals approximately 29,000 units of blood each day. A single car accident victim can require as many as 100 units of blood, but your single donation can save more than one life. Please join us on June 28th to donate blood in Fellowship Hall at WGPC. Please call 1-800-RED-CROSS or sign up here to donate. Enter WGPC to schedule an appointment.

We need volunteers to make this event a success. Sign up to volunteer. Contact Jane Fairbanks with questions.

You, too, can be a life saver.

Theology on Tap

Select Wednesdays, 7:00-8:30pm
Adults of all ages are invited to join us as we gather monthly at C.J. Mugg's in Webster Groves to share a drink, build friendships, and discuss various faith topics. Please reach out to Scott Lyon with any questions.

  • June 28th
  • July 26th
  • August 23rd
  • September 27th

Summer Book Read - Women's Bible Study

First to Fall: Elijah Lovejoy and the Fight for a Free Press in the Age of Slavery by Ken Ellingwood. 306 pp, available at all the libraries, Amazon and thrift books. Who is this anti-slavery activist for whom our presbytery of Giddings-Lovejoy is named? How did his actions in the 1830's affect the freedom of the press today?

Book discussion meeting is August 17th at 10 am. Snacks welcome!

Questions? Contact Becky Clausen


Sunday Fellowship Snacks Needed

Deacons are looking for donations of snacks for fellowship time after the Sunday worship service. To sign up to provide refreshments please contact Donna Bellows at 314-560-2539.

We seek to live Christ's love, welcome all people and joyfully serve God.