Links of Interest

Looking for more information online? Click on a link below to learn more about topics of interest to Grace Episcopal Church:

  • Annie’s Hope:  a community based nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive support services for children, teens and their families who are grieving the death of someone significant.
  • The Bible: A searchable site, offering several versions of the Bible.
  • The Book of Common Prayer: An online reference to the Episcopal Church’s guide to liturgy.
  • Brother, Give Us a Word: A daily devotional service from the Society of Saint John the Evangelist.
  • Center for the Eucharist: The Center for the Eucharist offers learning opportunities for the transformation and renewal of all dimensions of the Christian church, life, and faith.
  • Christ Church Cathedral: Cathedral located in downtown St. Louis which also serves as the home base of the offices of the Diocese of Missouri.
  • Confluence: A Center for Spirituality: The Center is a “roofless” community dedicated to helping people deepen and enrich their spiritual lives by providing opportunities and resources for spiritual formation.
  • The Daily Office: Daily prayer services from the Book of Common Prayer.
  • Diocese of Missouri: Offices are located downtown St. Louis, coordinating 45 congregations in our area (including Grace Church).
  • Episcopal Church: The Episcopal Church, based in New York City.
  • Episcopal City Mission: Chaplaincy providing support, hope and healing to children in detention in the St. Louis area.
  • Episcopal Habitat for Humanity Project: helping to build new homes and new hope in St. Louis.
  • Episcopal Relief & Development: ER&D is an international relief and development agency and a compassionate response to human suffering on behalf of The Episcopal Church of the United States.
  • Episcopal School for Ministry:  ESM is a school offering opportunities for a deeper exploration of the Christian faith and life, and for the discernment and equipping of one’s place in the mission of the Church for the life of the world.
  • Episcopal Public Policy Network: Advocates for social justice in public policy in U.S. and international efforts.
  • Episcopal Youth Missouri: FaceBook page for youth and youth ministries in the Diocese of Missouri.
  • Flickr.com/GraceChurchKirkwood: An online photo storage for our church pictures.
  • Forward Day by Day: Online daily devotionals.
  • Grace Creation Care Ministry Blog: A communication tool for Grace’s sustainability ministry.
  • Habitat for Humanity (International): A nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. We build with people in need regardless of race or religion.
  • Hands on Kirkwood: an annual volunteer effort, bringing people of all faiths together to serve the community.
  • The Lectionary Page: Online source for our weekly Bible readings.
  • National Episcopal Historians & Archivists: A source for those who share an interest in the history of the Episcopal Church.
  • National Episcopal Church Women: A group for Episcopal Church Women of all ages, ethnic origins and socioeconomic backgrounds who hold a variety of views. However, the common denominator of our members is love of God and the wish to do His work.
  • One: A grassroots advocacy and campaigning organization that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa.
  • Shepherd’s Center: Provides services and programs for older adults in the Webster-Kirkwood area.
  • St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors: Created in 1961 as a non-profit partnership of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri and The Presbytery of Giddings-Lovejoy, St. Andrew’s is non-sectarian, faith-based and expert at serving both older adults and their caregivers.
  • TENS (The Episcopal Network for Stewardship): TENS offers training and resources for stewardship leaders across The Episcopal Church and beyond.
** If you have a link you would like added to this list, please contact our communications coordinator.