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This Week At Epiphany

Sunday, April 13

Palm  Sunday

Christian Ed. (all ages) 9:15 am 
Worship 10:30 am

Wednesday, April 16

Breakfast at Epiphany 8:30 am   (UCC Pastors hosting)

Friday, April 18

Good Friday

Good Friday Tennebrae Service 7:00pm

Saturday, April 19

Holy Saturday – Clean Up Day.  9- noon.

Sunday, April 20


Sunrise Service 8:00 am

Easter Potluck Breakfast 9:30 am

Resurrection Celebration Worship 10:30 am

The New Testament through Jewish Eyes

The final session of this series is Sunday, April 27.

A five week series on "The New Testament Through Jewish Eyes" led by Rabbi Neal Rose begins March 16 in the Adult Sunday School Class.  Neal Rose is an ordained Rabbi and holds a doctorate from Hebrew Union College. He has taught religious studies at University of Manitoba and theology for graduate studies at the University of Winnipeg. Rabbi Rose has been engaged in multifaith dialogue for many years.



  2911 McNair Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63118


Rev. Mary A. Albert, Pastor



Home of
Joint Neighborhood Ministry

As you can see: We are old and young, tall and short, able and not so able-bodied.
                                We are black, white, Native American and open to more diversity.
                                     We are straight, gay, bi-sexual and transgendered.
                                          We joyfully welcome all who come to our doors.

We are UCC:  We are an Open and Affirming and Just Peace Church.
                           We are striving to become Multicultural and Accessible to All.
                                We recently voted to become a "Whole Earth Church."

We are a community of God's people.  We know we are all loved, we believe 
          God has a purpose for us, and we are open to receiving the gifts of 
          everyone God puts in our path.

We are followers of Jesus.  We take his teachings seriously, we are people of prayer, 
          we break bread with anyone, and sometimes we "trouble the waters" like
          Jesus did for the sake of justice.

We are Spirit-led.  We know God is with us, we are open to being changed by God's
          presence, and we are frequently reminded of the chaotic unpredictability of the
          Spirit's movement among us.

We are a founding partner and the home of Joint Neighborhood Ministry which
          operates a food pantry and offers clothing, rent, utilities, and other emergency
          assistance to about 1,500 individuals per month.

Curious?  Come and visit us soon!
          Worship is at 10:30 a.m.  Christian Education classes for all ages at 9:15 a.m.
          No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!