Sunday Classes


March 4, 11 & 18:  Through the work of a professor at Washington University, the stark reality of disparities in health care and early childhood education in our area have been shown to be signficant and impact the lives of children and adults in significant ways.  Faith and For the Sake of All is a newly formed organization funded by the Trinity Wall Street and Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Webster Groves for the expressed purpose of sharing this information with faith communities through education, dialogue, and reflection with the goal of educating and encouraging people of faith to respond in ways that bring about change.

FIREPLACE ROOM SERIES: 10:00a.m. in Room 030

March 11 and March 18: What’s Next?:  An exploration of the concepts of heaven and hell, the life to come, and the after life.  These terms describe issues that are explored in various religious and philisophical traditions in the attempt to describe what happens to us after death.  We are pleased to welcome Adam Ployd, Assistant Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Eden Seminary, who will give us an overview of how these terms have been explored, taught and bandied about over the centuries sharing the history of these terms of the “after-life” in Greco-Roman society, the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and then later Christianity.

FAITH IN TODAY’S WORLD  10:00a.m. in room 029

The class, Faith in Today’s World, meets in room 029 on Sundays at 10:00a.m.  The topic for discussion in the coming weeks will focus on Adam Hamilton’s work on Forgiveness: Finding Peace Throuugh Letting Go.  The class is open to everyone and the material’s focus is from a family perspective.  If you have any questions, please contact Sam Butler at or Karen Blanchard at