junior high at skateport plaza

Join junior high youth on Friday, January 25, from 7:30-9:00 p.m. as we skate back to the past at Skateport Plaza, 408 Weidman Road in Ballwin. Friends are welcome. Feel free to bring extra cash for snacks. Admission: $7.50; skate rental: $3.00.

Please click here to sign up.

18th annual men's breakfast

Please join the men of our congregation for their 18th Annual Men’s Breakfast at Greenbriar Hills Country Club. This annual men's event includes fellowship, devotions, a keynote speaker, prayers, and a delicious breakfast buffet. Invite your friends, relatives, neighbors and co-workers to join you for this inspirational morning. 


Date: Saturday, February 9

Time: 8:00am-10:30am

Location: Greenbriar Hills Country Club

Keynote Speaker: Chaplain Craig Muehler

Cost: $15 per person; pay online here

Registration deadline: Register no later than Monday, February 4 by clicking here


Additional details:

If you are coming with guests, please plan to arrive a few minutes early, as there is no assigned seating. The dress policy of the Country Club is that no denim, cut-off shorts or tank tops may be worn to the event.

Venue contact information:

Greenbriar Hills Country Club

12665 Big Bend Boulevard

Kirkwood, MO 63122



Directions from church: 

Take I-270 south to Big Bend Boulevard. Turn right onto Big Bend and follow less than 1/4 mile to Greenbriar Hills Country Club (on right)

St. Paul's Trivia Night

Show that you're Wild About St. Paul's by testing your knowledge on a variety of interesting topics at this year's Trivia Night! Trivia will be played in 10 rounds with 10 questions in each round. 

Come dressed in your favorite animal print (optional) and have fun with fellow St. Paul's members and guests. Light refreshments will be provided but feel free to bring your own food and drink to share at the table. 

Date: Saturday, February 9

Time: 6:30pm

Location: Kirkwood Community Center

Cost: $20 per person (tables seat 8 people)

Registration: Register no later than Feb. 4 by clicking here.

Grief support group: Good Grief

Grief knows no boundaries and has no time limits. Good Grief, a book written by Granger Westberg, offers comfort, hope and strength to those who are mourning the death of a loved one.  

Join us for our Grief Support Group based on Good Grief.  We will meet every other week beginning on Wednesday, November 7 at 3:30pm- 4:30pm in the Conference Room on the 2nd floor of the Ministries Building. 

For questions, contact Gayle Truesdell, St. Paul’s member and Deaconess, at 636-579-0769. Please register on-line here or call the church office. 

college connection

In addition to our Prayer Partner Ministry, we are launching an outreach ministry to our College students. We want them to continue to receive support and encouragement from their St. Paul’s Faith Family during their college years. In order to reach them, we need mailing addresses, email addresses and cell numbers. Please call the church office or click here to provide current contact information. Join with other parents of college students to launch the first ministry outreach on Tuesday, November 6, at 6:30 pm in the Church Lounge and/or Wednesday, November 7, at 11:00 am in the Church Lounge. 

Living way bible study - 

great miracles of the old testament

Join us on Wednesday mornings (beginning January 9) or Thursday evenings (beginning January 10) for an in-depth study of Great Miracles of the Old Testament. In this study, we will examine some of the tremendous moments of our Lord’s intervention in the natural course of history and human events. We will see how God’s interventions were important to His overall plan of demonstrating redemption and salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ. This study will give a greater appreciation of the Lord’s ongoing presence in our lives and communities, an appreciation for His constant providence and care in the midst of a fallen world suffering the consequences of sin and death.

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.

Childcare is offered on Wednesday mornings. Class meets: Church Sanctuary. On Thursday evenings, 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.

card making

Experience the joy of creating and sharing handcrafted cards. During each session, participants will make three simply beautiful cards ready to send to family and friends. These classes are designed for individuals high school and older and meet once a month in LL4 of our Ministries Building. 

Upcoming 2019 sessions: January 17, February 21, March 14, April 25, May 16, June 20, July 18, August 15, September 19, October 17, November 21, December 5. Cost: $10/participant/session.

Click here to register.


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 January 11. Click here to register.


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.

confirmation registration

Please click here to register your child(ren) for the 2018-2019 session of Confirmation that begins June, 2018.


All 7th and 8th grade members of St. Paul's are encouraged to serve as an acolyte during 8:00 and 10:45 worship on Sunday mornings. Please click here to sign up.


We are always looking for more smiling friendly faces to greet fellow members as well as visitors on Sunday mornings. Please click here if you'd like to serve your church in this way. Thank you!


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.

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.