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Grace Church hosts ECM Summer Celebration
On June 7, 2016
Grace Church is pleased to host the annual Summer Celebration to benefit Episcopal City Mission. The family friendly event will be held Friday, June 24, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Enjoy great food, a family-friendly carnival, petting zoo, raffles, silent auction and more!
Children 5-12: $5
Children under 5: Free!
(Family Max: $50)
General admission includes food, drink and carnival games.
Purchase your tickets at the event or in advance (through the church office.)
Proceeds from this event will provide support for Episcopal City Mission’s work with youth in detention.
About Episcopal City Mission and its programs:
Q: What does Episcopal City Mission do?
Q: Why is Episcopal City Mission important?
A: Our chaplains help children in detention find hope. We help children
recognize and claim their own unique gifts. We help children in detention grieve, forgive, and find peace in their troubling circumstances. We pray for and with them. Because we do not ignore or judge these children they trust us with their gravest fears, their deepest regrets, and their most fragile hopes. We offer spiritual food for that part of each child that is starving.
Q: Is Episcopal City Mission “Episcopalians only”?
A: No. Episcopal City Mission is partially funded by the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri, but our professionally trained chaplains come from three
different denominations — Baptist, Disciples of Christ, and United Church of Christ. Our chaplains are available to address the spiritual needs of the children in the detention centers, regardless of religious background or
Learn more at www.ecitymission.org.