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Episcopal City Mission Walkathon Rescheduled

Update: The Walkathon has been rescheduled due to expected rain.

The new time is Saturday, June 11, 9am-12pm. This page has been updated accordingly.

Saturday, June 11, 9am-12pm SLU High School - Soccer & Track Stadium (4970 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110)

This year we're kickin' it up a notch!

  • Guest MC "Chap" Aldridge!

  • ECM Swag for Everyone!!

  • Attendance Prize for 1 Lucky Winner!!!

Kids can play on the field inside the track while parents walk (BYO Soccer ball, Frisbee, etc.) Snacks and drinks will be provided. Parking is FREE! Invite your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors to come support a good cause. All ages and abilities are welcome. Please leave your pets at home. Register in advance or pay at the gate. (Registration fees are tax-deductible according to IRS guidelines.) What is Episcopal City Mission (ECM)?

ECM provides hope and healing for children ages 11 to 18 in the Juvenile Justice System in St. Louis, primarily through our chaplains who represent the compassionate face of a loving God by:

  • Being a caring, non-anxious presence to children in trouble

  • Listening, spiritual guidance, Sunday worship

  • Offering life-changing programs like “Put the Gunz Down” to curb gun violence, as well as community -based grief/loss groups

  • Facilitating special events: faith-based Hip Hop concerts, monthly birthday parties, holiday gifts

  • Distributing Bibles, books, journals, games, etc.

Why this ministry is so important:

Because we believe . . .

  • in the healing power of God’s presence.

  • the children we serve are more than the worst thing they have done.

  • all children deserve a second chance.

  • children aren’t disposable and are worth our time and attention.

  • the calming presence of our chaplains reassures the children that someone cares about their spiritual well-being.

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