One-minute read. The Episcopal Churches of West Missouri rely on generous donors to support their missions and ministries. Stewardship can be deeply spiritual, rooted in a desire to reorient our lives towards God, but it also has a practical side. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, signed into law on March 27, 2020, includes several provisions that may affect charitable giving this year.
One-minute read. All are welcome to a premiere organ concert to celebrate the blessing and dedication of the new Johannus Organ at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection on Sunday afternoon, August 18 at 5:00 p.m. at 1433 R.D. Mize Rd, Blue Springs, Mo 64015.
One-minute read. Fr. John Coil retired on June 23, 2019. His last service at St. Luke, Excelsior Springs was held on June 16. Fr. John reported that “Our last Sunday together after 17 years was a grand celebration. Full sung Eucharist, Magnificent music with organ, violin, viola, cello, keyboard, tympani, choir. A day to remember full of love, tears, and hugs. St. Luke’s is a real gem.”
One-minute read. On Saturday June 1, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Kansas City hosted diocesan Area Confirmations. Churches presenting candidates: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Kansas City; St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Kansas City; St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church, Belton; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Kansas City; The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Kansas