We Believe…

All children are worthy of love and understanding.

Meet Our Chaplains

We make God visible to the children we serve.

Episcopal City Mission

Ministry of Presence Probably the most important aspect of the chaplains' time with the children is what we call “the ministry of presence”. Our chaplains walk the halls; visit the units; play cards, board games, or video games; or watch TV with the youth. The non-anxious presence of our chaplains reassures the teens that their spiritual well-being is being looked after.
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Episcopal City Mission2 days ago
Thank you to the Birthday Party volunteers from Holy Communion! Your kind donations of time, effort, and party delights help to brighten the days of children in detention at county.
Episcopal City Mission
Episcopal City Mission2 days ago
Our new video is now available to view online! Chaplains Dietra Baker, Kevin Aldridge, and Jeff Fabbiano each share their insights to working with the children in detention. Watch as they discuss their efforts and successes, and learn why ECM matters.
http://ecitymission.org/what-we-do/see-us-in-action/
Episcopal City Mission
Episcopal City Mission2 days ago
Thank you to the lovely and generous birthday party host volunteers from St. John's in St. Louis. Your kind efforts help to ease the stress for children in city detention.
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Episcopal City Mission added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago
Strike up the band for St. Timothy’s and The Gateway City Big Band! Their annual Harvest of Hope, this year benefiting, in part, Episcopal City Mission to the tune of over $8000, was a huge success. Smooth melodies summoning memories of yesteryear, along with tasty treats, made for a delicious evening of friends gathering for a worthy cause. ECM is thankful for their good works.
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Episcopal City Mission3 weeks ago
We are thrilled again this year with the bounty of cookies provided by Trinity, Saint Charles. Their annual Cookie Shower provided 79 dozen cookies to be shared with the children in detention and at the Division of Youth Services.
Thank you, Pat Wilmering, and the parishioners at Trinity, for all your hard and generous work!! Pat, you're looking good with our chaplains Kevin Aldridge (l) and Jeff Fabbiano.