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October 8, 2020

A new chapter built on hope and healing.

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All children are worthy of love and understanding.

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We make God visible to the children we serve.

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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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Register today to join us for the 2020 Moment In Time Virtual Gala being held on October 8, 2020!

You don't want to miss Brian Owens Soul for the Pre-Event VIP Experience along with amazing Silent and Live Auctions benefiting Episcopal City Mission.

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Help us provide hope and healing for the children in the Juvenile Justice System for St. Louis City & St. Louis County.
Episcopal City Mission
Episcopal City Mission1 week ago
Faith-filled and devoted volunteers continue showing up for the kids in detention with reminders of love and hope during COVID quarantine. In September, All Saints & Ascension’s ECW and members of St. Paul’s and St. Barnabas “hosted” birthday celebrations at the City and County Juvenile Detention Centers. Thank you!
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Carondelet - St. Louis Episcopal Church of All Saints and Ascension St. Barnabas' Episcopal Church - Florissant
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Episcopal City Mission4 weeks ago
Invitations to this year's VIRTUAL Moment in Time fundraising gala on Thursday, October 8 are coming soon - but you can REGISTER NOW! We are excited to have our new Bishop, The Rt. Rev. Deon K. Johnson, as this year's Guest Speaker! Bishop Deon has deep experience in social justice issues, and recently as bishop authored an anti-racism covenant. Tickets are $25 per admission or $50 per VIP admission that will include a pre-gala experience. All guests will enjoy LIVE & SILENT Auctions and special appearances by ECM chaplains, volunteers and friends. Help us create a new chapter built on Hope & Healing - TOGETHER we can make a difference! Register now: https://ecitymission.org/news-events/calendar/
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Episcopal City Mission1 month ago
Even the Dominos delivery guy was happy about making sure the kids in the St. Louis County Juvenile Detention Center know they aren’t forgotten! This sends them a strong message of HOPE! Thanks to Laurie Brown ,Tom Guignon and friends at the Church of St. Michael & St. George for making it happen. Thanks also to the dedicated staff of the detention center for passing around the goodies, especially Ptah Walls, JDC Supervisor and ECM chaplain Deborah Burris for facilitating. The Church of St. Michael & St. George
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Join us as we celebrate "A New Chapter in Hope and Healing" at our first VIRTUAL Moment in Time gala fundraiser at 6:00pm on Oct. 8 - at the location of your choice! Guests will enjoy a fun evening of live and silent auctions, raffles and much more! Proceeds directly benefit ECM's mission to provide hope and healing for children in St. Louis' juvenile justice system.
Episcopal City Mission
Episcopal City Mission2 months ago
For the children in St. Louis’ juvenile detention centers, being thought of and cared for by people you’ve never even met is HUGE! It reminds these kids that even though they have made some big mistakes and feel so hopeless, alone, forgotten and often unlovable; they are still cared for, still remembered, still worthy of being loved. Thanks to Janet Houseman and friends at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Eureka for providing Goodie Bags and masks for each child in the St. Louis County and City Juvenile detention centers. These small gifts are signs of God’s love and grace, carried out by our friends at St. Francis, to remind the kids in detention that they are more than the worst thing they have done; they are STILL beloved children of God. There is tremendous hope and promise in that knowledge for all of us - and especially for the children we serve in St. Louis’ juvenile justice system.