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The Church of
St. Michael &
St. George
6345 Wydown Blvd. 
PO Box 11887 
Clayton, MO 63105 
314.721.1502 (p) 
314.721.4670 (f)
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"Living Christ in This World"
October 16-21, 2015
This Sunday, Choral Evensong will be sung by the Girl Choristers and the Schola. The choirs will sing the Evening Service in F of Kenneth Long along with music of Iain Quinn, Andrew Walker, and Sir William Harris. Please plan to join us for this beautiful, contemplative liturgy to mark the ending of the day and plan to make attendance at Evensong one of your regular commitments for the 2015-16 season.
   8:00 AM    Holy Eucharist I (Church)
   9:15 AM    Choral Eucharist I (Church)
 11:15 AM    Holy Eucharist I (St. George's Chapel)
   5:30 PM    Holy Eucharist II (St. George's Chapel)


    October 18   The Rev. Andrew J. Archie

    October 25   The Rev. Blake A. Sawicky

Stewardship is a long-term, lifelong, and deliberate act of generosity.

Generous giving in the past, the present, and the future helps sustain the ministry and mission of The Church of St. Michael & St. George. There are saints who no longer live amongst us, but whose gifts continue to support this Church's ministry as it moves into the future. Please prayerfully consider hearing this call to be a lifelong, deliberate, and generous giver to the body of Christ and the communion of saints. 

Pledge cards will be mailed October 24; Pledge Sunday and the Pancake Brunch are November 1.
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Saturday, October 17
Sandwich Making will take place Saturday, October 17.

Sunday, October 18
Youth Group Christmas Greenery Sale
This Sunday, 8:30-11:30 AM, the Great Hall
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER! Order before or after  the 9:15 AM service or call Marty Chapman at 314.721.1502.

Ministry Spotlight
This Sunday, October 18
Great Hall 
Please visit the Knitting Ministry table to learn more about joining this wonderful ministry. Three knitting projects are available to work on: Mantles of Comfort, Baby Blankets of Love, and Chemo Caps. more info

Choral Evensong
This Sunday, 5 PM
Choral Evensong will be sung by the Girl Choristers and the Schola. 

Savory Supper This Sunday!
Please join us for Evensong this Sunday, October 18, at 5 PM and the ever-tasty Savory Supper held in the Taylor Room following the service.  
Monday, October 19
Women's Bible Study  
"The Security of Wisdom"
Mondays,  9 AM, Armstrong Room  

Tuesday, October 20
Church Service League 

Wednesday, October 21
Wonderful Wednesdays 
6:00 PM     Taylor Room 

Upcoming Events

Sunday, October 25
All Hallows Eve Family Night: Dinner, crafts, and a parade through the church with trick or treating, too! The cost is $20/family or $5/person. Register online, or sign up in the Great Hall or outside St. George's Chapel or email Jane Fisher at jfisher@csmsg.org.

Sunday, November 1
Pledge Sunday Pancake Brunch
8:45-11:45 AM, Great Hall
Place your pledge letters in the basket and then join us in the Great Hall for food and fun this Sunday with Chris Cakes Pancakes, sausage, fruit, and fun. Brunch will be served from 8:45 AM until 11:45 AM; you may eat before or after the liturgy. Brunch is free to all parishioners. 
    What the heck are Chris Cakes??

Sunday, November 8
The book, "Stained Glass Scriptures" describing the Church windows will be available for purchase in the Great Hall on Sundays November 8 and 22. The authors, Ralph Lewis and Jim Sherby, will be present to sign books.

Thursday, November 12
CSMSG Book Club: This year, we are offering a fall session of the Book Club. The reading will be the Michigan short stories of Ernest Hemingway. These are also known as the Nick Adams stories. The discussion leaders will be Daniel Williamson, Jan Jacobi, and Charlie Valier. Charlie has been in Michigan recently, and he has taken photographs of the Michigan sites for these stories. Sessions are November 12 and 19 and December 3 and 10 at 7:30 PM in the Sverdrup Room. The edition we will use is The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway (Finca Vigia edition).

Tuesday, December 1
Save the Date: Annual Marchť de NoŽl Christmas Bazaar and Luncheon - Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
more info
ALTAR FLOWERS                             
CSMSG Girls' Choir Book Drive: The Girls Choir Book Drive continues to be a success thanks to the generosity of parishioners. This week Dr. Lehman and Fr. Sawicky delivered several hundred books to the children of Gateway 180. Many thanks to all for your continued support of the Girls Choir! If you are interested in donating, you will find a box labeled "Books for Gateway 180" inside the door of the library in the church.

If your photo is not in the Directory we need one from you! Please email a family and/or individual photo to Laurie@csmsg.org
For those of you who would like a printed version of our Directory, please let Laurie know at  Laurie@csmsg.org or call 314.721.1502.
Another wonderful feature of our online Directory is the ability to update your information. Please look over everything to make sure we are up to date.
WOMEN'S RETREAT  Save the Date!
Friday and Saturday, March 18-19, 2016

Mark your calendar for the next Women's Retreat on March 18-19.
The Venerable Mimsy Jones, Archdeacon, will be the Retreat leader.  
Since being ordained a deacon in 1994, Mimsy has served at Calvary Church, Church of the Holy Communion, St. Thomas, Somerville, and St. James, Bolivar. In her ministry, she seeks above all a wise balance between activity and contemplation. Having been immersed in outreach ministry for years, both before and after ordination, she recently has concentrated on the interior life. She was deeply affected by the training she received with the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, finding peace and joy in the presence of children experiencing Jesus Christ as the Good Shepherd.   

Mimsy believes in the value of silence and stillness and has had the delight of working with the Calvary ECW in planning weekend retreats, and with other Calvary women in forming St. Clare Retreats, monthly silent retreats for women. Mimsy says, "I also have become absorbed in studying and interpreting Holy Scripture, and continue to be inspired by the privilege of 'teaching' women in Bible study."
Plan now to join us for 24 hours, Friday March 18 at 4 PM until Saturday March 19 at 4 PM.  You will be glad you did! More information to follow. Contact Laurie Brown with questions at Laurie@csmsg.org.

All Hallow's Eve Family Night
Mark your calendars, Church School Families. All Hallows Eve Family Night is two weeks away! Dinner, crafts and a parade through the church with trick or treating, too! The cost is $20/family or $5/person. Sign up online or in the Great Hall and outside St. George's Chapel, or email Jane Fisher at jfisher@csmsg.org 
Visit our Youth Ministry Bulletin Board for details of the events below.

 Christmas Greenery Sale
A Conversation with Bishop Salmon 
Sunday, November 8
4:30-6 PM, Taylor Room
Save the Date!
All interested adults are invited to join the Youth Ministry parents wine and cheese and to hear Bishop Salmon address issues pertaining to raising healthy teenagers in today's culture. Activities and games for students will be held in the gym during this time.

SS Teacher Check-In
THIS Sunday, October 18, 11:30 AM in Armstrong Room. 
RSVP to Timothy at timothy@csmsg.org.
YM Service Project: All Hallow's Eve
Sunday, October 25 from 4:45-7 PM. E-mail Timothy at Timothy@csmsg.org to sign up!
Hunger Ministry 
Shelter Ministry Volunteers Needed