Events & Community Happenings

Christian Education Classes
March 17 - May 19
Death Where Is Thy Sting: End of Life Issues
Leader: Dr. Franz Wippold
Location: Auditorium
We all face death; sometimes it our own, or that of a spouse or child, of a friend. However, culture and society have more and more marginalized discussions of the topic, especially discussions from a Christian perspective. Death has become just one more disease to conquer or, even worse, an inconvenience to be ignored or denied. Nevertheless, death and the fear of death remain a source of deep anxiety for many people, believers and unbelievers alike. As secular worldviews and government actions they reduce the role of the church in this important area, especially on matters in which there is a distinctive Christian perspective, such as: aging, death, and ethical/bioethical decisions. This series is designed to open a conversation about important concerns surrounding the close of life, and to dispel the myths our secular culture has created. Topics will be discussed from a clear Christian perspective – a perspective that offers the only true foundation of hope and joy that comes through faith in Christ.
Topics will include:
How we die: Myth vs. Reality
When we die: Brian Death revisited
After we die: Caring for those who grieve
Before we die: Acceptance and preparation
When should we die: The questions of euthanasia and assisted suicide
The life everlasting

II Corinthians: Healing For The Wounded Church
Lead: Doug Mendis
Location: Parlor
The Corinthian church had been severely wound by various severe sins, internal disputes, and division into factions; but now by the grace of God a time of healing had come. The Corinthians had faced their issues and were in the processes of dealing with them in a godly manner. The Apostle Paul now writes to them and gives them on how to move forward to complete the spiritual healing, both on individuals in the church and the congregation as a whole, they are in the midst of. That advice is as valid today as it was nearly two millennia ago. We will look at the themes Paul covers and see how we can use his counsel in our lives today.


Women's Bible Study
April 2, 9, 16, 30
9:30-11:30 am
We will be studying 8 Psalms over the course of the semester. If you plan to attend please purchase the study guide Psalms: At His Feet. Work on Psalm 1 for our first meeting. Each Psalm should take about 30 minutes of time. If you don't get time to complete it, still come! Invite your friends! If you need any more details, including the address where we meet, please contact Cindi Campbell.


Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
May 3 & 4, 2019
Do you like surprises? Do you enjoy good food and fellowship? Well, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” is just right for you! Here’s how it works: You sign up to be a host or a guest. The host provides the main dish and a place to meet. Guests provide the rest of the meal, and everybody provides the fellowship. Only the host will know who is invited to their home for dinner—that’s the surprise! Sign-up Here


More About Memorial
May 31 & June 1, 2019
Are you new to Memorial? Or maybe you've been coming for awhile but are interested in learning a little more about who we are, what we believe, and what membership means. If so, please join us for our next two-day More About Memorial Seminar taking place Friday evening, May 31 and Saturday morning, June 1. Attending doesn’t commit you to anything, but if your desire is to find a church community, this seminar can help you know how to do that at Memorial. And if you’re thinking about becoming a member someday, this seminar is a main part of that process. Details and registration


Tunes & Tots Summer Music Class
Begins June 11
Tunes & Tots strives to be a fun and enriching baby and toddler music class in an emotionally safe environment at an affordable cost. We want St. Louis families to feel welcome and to be able to connect with one another. Details and registration


Be sure to check our Calendar for more Memorial events and happenings!