Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral will be a place for the region to come together for prayer, listening and sanctuary for 24 hours following the announcement of the grand jury’s decision of the case involving Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
On July 22, the city’s Board of Public Service is expected to deliberate and vote on the New Life Evangelistic Center’s permit.
An historic church in New York with major real estate assets, is investing in a St. Louis project, but it’s not about financial returns.
The 5,732 pound bell atop Christ Church Cathedral in downtown St. Louis tolled 95 times, once for each of the South African leader’s years on Earth.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, October 2nd – #1 NY Times Bestselling Author of “Waiting to Exhale, Terry McMillan; Thomas McAuilffe and Patrick Ishmael on Obamacare; Mike Shannon; and Dr. Eric Knost on Student Transfers
Charlie talks with #1 NY Times Bestelling Author of “Waiting to Exhale” and “How Stella Got Her Groove Back”, Terry McMillan; Charlie and Debbie talk with Thomas McAuliffe of the Mo. Foundation for Health and Patrick Ishmael of the Show-Me Institute about Obamacare; Charlie talks with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon about the Cards upcoming Division series playoff game; and with Mehlville School Supt. Dr. Eric Knost about the meetings in Jeff City yesterday regarding the student transfer program.
Dozens gathered downtown Saturday to remember Dr. King’s famous 1963 speech
Dean of Christ Church Cathedral in downtown St. Louis, the Very Reverend Mike Kinman, says he’s thrilled to see the Washington National Cathedral now blessing same sex unions.
The Reverend Mike Kinman gives an “A-plus” to prosecutors and police but is frustrated with the criminal justice process.
The Christ Church Cathedral will open its doors to remember the victims of gun violence in Newtown, Conn. and St. Louis Tuesday evening.
“They’re arrested, there’s some sort of slap on the wrist because the judicial system is completely overloaded. And then they’re back out on the streets.”