Opportunities for Spiritual Growth
We have two zoom classes going during Lent: Sabbath Lab and Focused Faith. Sabbath Lab is an opportunity to practice Shabbat in the Jewish Tradition. Watch the two videos here and then follow up with a reflection class after Easter (Thursday, April 8). Focused Faith is a 5 part class looking at the facts of poverty in our city and Carondelet neighborhood. Watch episodes of the classes here, or join us live on zoom! Access the ZOOM information by subscribing to the newsletter.
Sabbath Lab - This class began us on our journey to incorporating sabbath in our Lenten practice. Join us April 8 for a time of reflection on the experience.
Spiritual formation happens as we embody our faith and share with one another in the goodness of God. We do this in a number of ways at St. Paul's. The primary one is hospitality as we prepare food, meet and pray with each other and our neighbors - many of whom struggle with poverty.
Racism, Oppression, & Inequality In the Carondelet Neighborhood (Exploring what St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Community Can Do for Positive Change)
Session I - Introduction to challenges poverty creates in St. Louis City
Session II - Food Insecurity in St. Louis City
Final Session: Education and Health Disparities in our Neighborhood
Living the Sacraments
The Episcopal Church embraces and upholds the rich sacramental traditions established by the Church. We understand that God is mysteriously available and accessible through Baptism, Communion, and the other sacraments. Our spiritual growth is enriched as we embrace the embodied nature of Christ in all things, living in and through us.