St. Vincent's-in-the-Vineyard is the first Episcopal Church in Ste. Genevieve County. We began services on October 3, 2003, at a chapel on the property of Chaumette Vineyards & Winery. The chapel was physically moved, in pieces, from St. Louis County where it had served the Episcopal Diocese as St. David's. Today, a small congregation with members from nearby counties celebrates weekly services conducted by Episcopal clergy from the St. Louis area.
What is the Episcopal Church today?
It is some two million people in the United States who believe that
“ALL means ALL”
When we say all are welcome, we really mean it. All really means All. We welcome all people -- brown people, white people, black people, Asian people, Native American people, people from other countries and different religious backgrounds, people with different political views, tall people, short people, fat people, skinny people, straight people, LGBTQ+ people, single people, divorced people, couples, and people of all hair colors. Men and women serve as priests, deacons and bishops; they are equal in all ways in the Episcopal Church. The Episcopal Church is managed by its members and clergy jointly, rather than by top-down mandate.
St. Vincents-in-the-Vineyard at Chaumette is an Episcopal Church that encourages the congregation to ask questions and discuss decisions. Every Sunday at 11:15 a.m., services are held in the chapel, followed by lunch at the Chaumette Grapevine Grill. We welcome all guests to our services.
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