WHAT IS THE CHURCH SERVICE LEAGUE (CSL)?

  • The Episcopal Church Women’s group of The Church of St. Michael & St. George
  • An outreach ministry committed to service, spiritual and intellectual growth, support for other ministries, and Christian camaraderie for all CSMSG women.
  • A ministry that provides monetary “Special Gifts” for other ministries. 2022 Special Gifts

Questions: Contact CSL Co-Presidents Sandra Vuitel at sandravuitel@gmail.com or 314.300.8858 or Lynne Roney at roneyeditorial@gmail.com or 314.223.3426.

Please come and enjoy any or all of our offerings.

10:30 AM: Bible Study in the Great Hall
11:30 AM: Holy Eucharist in St. Mary’s Chapel
12:00 PM: Lunch in the Great Hall
12:30 PM: Programs, book discussions, meetings and other events in the Great Hall

 

Don’t miss the 2022 – 2023 Church Service League Program Series!

Program Descriptions 

Change Your Life One Book at a Time!

Start reading today! Join the discussion even if you didn’t read the book!

Book Discussion Descriptions

 

CS Lewis; addressing October birthday cards

October 4: Jim and Aleda Littlefield discussing a Mediterranean cruise from Spain to Italy

October 11: Stephen Kidwell will address future energy issues and challenges.

October 18: Addressing November birthday cards and creating Halloween Meals on Wheels tray favors: CSL Executive Board meeting

October 25: Reverend Canon Whitney Rice, an Episcopal priest, will speak as a communicator of the gospel of the heart.

November 1: Dan Burkhardt will discuss the extraordinary couple behind the Katy Trail – Ted and Pat Jones and the importance of protecting the Missouri River and wild things.

November 8: Addressing December birthday cards and discussing the Silent Auction

November 15: Roberta Woods discussing “Science and the Romantic Poets”;
Creating Thanksgiving Meals on Wheels tray favors; CSL Executive Board meeting

November 22: Thanksgiving week, no meeting

November 29: Book discussion of Two Dogs and a Parrot by Joan Chittister

December 6: Dave Nicklaus, an economics columnist from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, discussing the region’s economy; addressing  January birthday cards

December 13: Assembling Cookie Bags for the homebound

 

 

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