Support & Prayer

"Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." Galatians 6:2

divorce care Support group

Divorced? Separated? You don't have to go through it along.  Find help at DivorceCare.  Discover hope; experience healing. 

 

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. Click here to register.

 

Grief support group: Good Grief

Meeting dates: various

Location: Second floor conference room (Ministry Building)


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.  


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. 

mops: ENCOURAGEMENT for moms

Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) invites all moms and their children ages 5 and under for our 2018-2019 year! MOPS is about celebrating motherhood, meeting needs (yours!), making connections and friends, and experiencing God's love.


Join us for our new theme: Find Your Fire. More detailed information about our group can be found by clicking here. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact our MOPS Co-Coordinators, Tammy Kremer and Andrea Lindquist or Sharon Shearman, Director of Family Ministry. Register for our MOPS group here!

ALZHEIMER'S support Group

Meets: Fourth Tuesday or every month
Location: Second floor conference room (Ministry Building)
Led by: Lauren Erdelen, Executive Director with Family Partners

If you are a caregiver or family member helping a loved one with Alzheimer's disease, you will find that extra support for YOU can be important too. All are welcome to join us for encouragement, information and fellowship with others dealing with Alzheimer's in their families.