Lindbergh Schools officials host local clergy

Guests at the annual clergy breakfast, back row, from left, include: the Rev. Larissa Forsythe, St. Philip's United Church of Christ; the Rev. Michael Bronner, Lutheran Church of the Resurrection; the Revs. Linda and Dan Anderson-Little, Living Waters Church; Gary Ujka, Lindbergh Board of Education director; and the  Rev. Keith Herron, St. Lucas United Church of Christ. Front row, from left, are: the Rev. Troy Allison, South County Baptist Church; the Rev. Mark Revisky, Crestwood Christian Church; Libby Reimers and the Rev. Keith Morgan, Concord Trinity United Methodist Church; the Rev. Michael Peters, Christ the King Church; Peggy Brinkmann, St. Catherine Laboure; and the Rev. Harry Schroeder, Southgate Church. Not pictured is Kate Holloway, Lindbergh Board of Education director.

Guests at the annual clergy breakfast, back row, from left, include: the Rev. Larissa Forsythe, St. Philip’s United Church of Christ; the Rev. Michael Bronner, Lutheran Church of the Resurrection; the Revs. Linda and Dan Anderson-Little, Living Waters Church; Gary Ujka, Lindbergh Board of Education director; and the Rev. Keith Herron, St. Lucas United Church of Christ. Front row, from left, are: the Rev. Troy Allison, South County Baptist Church; the Rev. Mark Revisky, Crestwood Christian Church; Libby Reimers and the Rev. Keith Morgan, Concord Trinity United Methodist Church; the Rev. Michael Peters, Christ the King Church; Peggy Brinkmann, St. Catherine Laboure; and the Rev. Harry Schroeder, Southgate Church. Not pictured is Kate Holloway, Lindbergh Board of Education director.

Lindbergh Schools Board of Education members and administrators recently met with representatives from local churches to provide an update on district programs and discuss how both institutions can work together to meet the needs of students.

In particular, administrators and clergy discussed the growing number of young families who are moving to the area and how best to serve them, according to a district news release.

“Churches and schools have a common goal, and that is to provide positive support for families, safe places for them to gather, and a solid foundation for the future,” Lindbergh Superintendent Jim Simpson stated in the release. “Both institutions play vital roles in our community, and regular communication helps us all stay strong.”