The Hunger Ministry

• Monetary donations and casseroles are accepted year-round as are donations of nonperishable food for the Trinity Episcopal Food Pantry and Arthur Johnson Community Outreach.
• Monetary gifts are given to Trinity Episcopal Food Ministry, ARJ Community Outreach, Person to Person Street Ministry, Holy Cross Episcopal Church and Saints Peter & Paul Community Services.
• Volunteers gather at the church on the third Saturday of the month from 10-11 AM in the Taylor Room to make sandwiches and casseroles for Gateway 180 and Trinity Episcopal Food Ministry. Preparation begins at 9:30 AM. Masks are required. Gloves will be provided.
• For more information, contact Becky Zaccarello at 314.404.0788 or or Alison Wiedle at 314.307.8300 or


Since the Detention Center continues to restrict visitors in order to protect the children (and staff) from COVID-19, we have modified the way we do birthday parties. Now instead of going inside, the party hosts meet the chaplain just inside the doors of the County Courts Building (105 S. Central in Clayton) with food/school supplies and gifts.

Happily, four chaplains have restarted their ministries in the center.

Look for information for the ECM fundraiser this fall.

For more information, contact Tom Guignon at 314.721.6996 or



“A lost sheep has been found.” Jesus rejoices over the return of a lost sheep in Matthew and Luke. When the Shelter Ministry had to be halted more than two years ago, the church lost a sheep to Covid. Rejoice! The ministry is resuming, but shepherds are needed to keep it going.
The Shelter Ministry meets early on Sunday mornings to prepare and serve families at Gateway 180, 1000 N. 19th Street. We need about 10 to 15 people to cook and serve, but more is better! Cooks, servers, and cleaners are all needed, and everyone is kept busy. Casual attire and a welcoming environment make this ideal for singles, couples, families, and groups of friends. No prior experience is required.

Sign up to help here, or contact Bill Wallace at or 314-609-3430.


The St. Michael’s Houses Ministry helps build affordable housing for low-income families who wouldn’t otherwise be able to own a home. The ministry provides financial support to and acts in partnership with a number of St. Louis area housing organizations. These organizations include Beyond Housing, Cornerstone, Doorways, Places For People, and Lydia’s House. Learn more about St. Michael’s Houses.

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