St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church has called the Rev. Andrew Butler to serve as our next Rector beginning August 1. You can learn more about Fr. Andrew by reading the Wardens’ letter found here.
At the Vestry meeting on Monday, April 20, the Vestry unanimously elected Chris Davidson to serve as Junior Warden. He replaces Guin DeJarnett who will remain as Treasurer. Chris has been a member of St. Margaret’s for the past five years, although he has been a confirmed Episcopalian for much longer. He attends the 10 a.m. service.Continue reading “Chris Davidson Elected Junior Warden”
The Rev. John C. Danforth will preach a special sermon this Sunday during our online worship service. Born in St. Louis, he is the grandson of William H. Danforth, founder of Ralston Purina. He attended Princeton University and both Yale Law School and Yale Divinity School. He was elected Attorney General of Missouri at ageContinue reading “Special Sermon on Sunday”
Our Dear Sisters and Brothers, Siblings in Christ: As we approach the life-giving events of Holy Week our minds and hearts are drawn to the great mystery of God’s love for us. As we walk with Christ on the way to Jerusalem we are edified and united in this journey by His strength and teaching.Continue reading “LARC Bishops’ Easter Message”
The Rev. Deb Seles has launched a new series entitled “Embodied Spirituality” on the St. Margaret’s Facebook page. Many of you “liked” our Facebook page in recent weeks and have discovered that our Sunday morning worship takes place through that page. If you are looking to develop new spiritual practices during this time of socialContinue reading “Embodied Spirituality”
One of the most anticipated services of the liturgical year is Palm Sunday, and for many, receiving a palm cross or a palm frond that day is especially significant. During this time of physical separation, you may still receive a palm frond, which has been blessed, in time for your own observance of Palm SundayContinue reading “Palms for Palm Sunday”