sr high october get together

Join us Friday, October 20, 6:15-11pm for s'mores, games and fellowship. Meet at church at 6:15pm and we will walk over to the Shivelys. There, some will have the opportunity to take part in their community "haunted" house. They have offered their backyard to play games, eat s'mores, and hang out with one another. Feel free to bring a game to play or a blanket to share. Friends are welcome. Click here to sign up.

If you know for certain you are interested in helping out at the haunted house, please email Mrs. Shively to volunteer ASAP. Home address: 12427 Ridgefield Dr, Des Peres 63131.

grades 6, 7 & 8 lock-in

Join us on Friday, October 27 at 8:15 p.m. until Saturday, October 28 at 9:00 a.m. Please click here for more details (This is the brochure that was mailed to your home). 

Click here to register for the lock-in. 

Deadline: Friday, October 20.

Living way bible study - romans

Join us on Wednesday mornings beginning September 13 from 9:00am-10:30am or Thursday evenings beginning September 14 from 7:00pm-8:30pm, for an in-depth study of Romans. Paul’s letter to the Romans is like Mount Everest for Bible students! Martin Luther called it “a brilliant light.” This magnificent epistle has powerful things to say to today’s world and today’s church about sin and faith, baptism and our daily battles, Jews and Gentiles, the dangers of being judgmental, the complexities of same-sex attraction and much more. Living Way is for men and women who begin in a large group, break into small groups and gather together for a Pastor-led closing lecture.


On Wednesday mornings, men and women participate in separate small groups. Childcare is offered on Wednesday mornings. Location: Church Sanctuary.


On Thursday evenings, men and women participate in the same small group.  The Pastor-led closing lecture is a recording of the Wednesday morning lecture. Location: Conference Room. Childcare is available upon request.


Register for Living Way online by clicking here.

Tuesday morning Women's Bible Study

Nearly 500 years ago, an unknown monk from a backwater town in Germany, set in motion a movement that would literally transform Western civilization. The impact Martin Luther had on the growth and development of Christianity is enormous. But how did this unknown miner’s son change the world? In this Lutheran Hour Ministries’ Bible study, we will examine the life and times of this religious reformer. 

Join other women on Tuesdays, from 9:00am-11:00am in LL3. Register here.


Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) invites all moms and their children ages 5 and under. MOPS is about celebrating motherhood, meeting needs (yours!), making connections and friends, and experiencing God's love. More details here. Click here to sign up.

divorce care

If you are divorced or separated, you do not have to go through it alone. Join with others in this weekly seminar and support group and hear valuable information on how to deal with the hurt accompanying separation and/or divorce. Sessions meet on Fridays at 7:00 pm for thirteen weeks, beginning September 15. Click here to register.


Please register here if you would like to serve as an usher at St. Paul's services. No special training required. You will be assigned to an usher team and your captain will contact you.

assist at college hill

There are varied ways to assist at St. Paul's College Hill. For more details on how you can help, please click here

If you'd like to sign up, please register here. Thank you!

apples of gold

Apples of Gold is a unique intergenerational women’s Bible study opportunity. Women reach out to each other with love, compassion and wisdom from God’s Word. Apples of Gold helps to rebuild marriage relationships, offers insight on parent/child relationships and emphasizes the importance of spiritual development. This eight-week nurturing program is based on Titus 2:3-5 (kindness, loving your husband, loving your children, submission, purity and hospitality). It offers practical homemaking skills and encourages women to be the Christian women God has called them to be. Space is limited – register online here or with the church office.

card making

This is an opportunity for men/women, high school age and older, who enjoy crafting, to gather for a fun evening of fellowship with other to create handmade cards. No experience necessary! All supplies provided for a material fee of $10/participant per session. Upcoming dates: Oct 18; Oct 19; Nov 2; Dec 7. Register here.