• 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 2023 Church Service League Program Series!
12:30 PM Programs in the Great Hall


Sundays, February 5 and 12
Second Annual Bookapalooza
in the Great Hall

The CSL will be selling new and gently-used children’s books and adult books. Cash or check is appreciated. Two CSMSG authors will be selling their books: Jan Jacobi  Lincoln in Springfield and The Young Lincoln) and Irene Leland, The King’s Kid: Lost and Found. Mike Bickel will be selling Stained Glass Scriptures: Emil Frei and Charles Connick Windows at The Church of St. Michael and St. George by Jim Sherby and Ralph Lewis. (Photographer: Charles Babington).

February 7
Kathy Walsh-Piper, a highly experienced art museum educator and the author of “Image to Word: Art and Creative Writing,” will discuss her experiences in working at many great museums and the linkages between art and creative thinking.
Create Meals on Wheels Valentines


February 14
Marty Chapman, CSMSG Director of Family Ministries, will explore how a powerful, ancient tool for understanding motivation, behavior and experience–the Enneagram system–can be used in our personal lives to help us understand ourselves and others in terms of our motivations, fears, and internal dynamics.

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