with Us

When and where is Sunday Service?

Our Campus

We are a neighborhood church in South City St. Louis.

  • We have two small parking lots—one for guests, and one for families with children. Most attendees should come prepared to park on the side streets that border our property, and we request that everyone be mindful and respectful of our neighbors.
  • Our facility consists of several buildings—our main sanctuary (2833 S. Kingshighway), two adjacent Journey Kids buildings, and our church office building (4900 Reber Place). Signs are posted around the campus to help you with directions.
  • Wheelchair accessible entrances are located at the southeast and northwest corners of the sanctuary.

  • Upon arrival to our sanctuary, our Welcome Team is ready to greet you, answer questions, or help you check children in and direct you to their classrooms.

Our Worship Services

  • Worship services are typically 75-90 minutes in length. Casual dress is typical but all forms of attire are welcome.
  • Children (ages 1-5th grade) meet during the 8:45 service in the Journey Kids buildings across the alley from the main sanctuary building (but are welcome in the service if preferred).
  • The worship service is a community activity. Our services are designed to connect us to God, to each other, and to the communities where we live, work, and play.
  • We love to sing, pray, laugh, cry, serve, and grow together. We incorporate music, prayers, and other elements of worship from a variety of worship traditions, as our church is made up of people from a wide range of backgrounds.

  • We also celebrate the Lord’s Supper (communion) on a weekly basis. We love to learn and study the Bible together. Expect to hear thoughtful and engaging sermons that center our lives on the story of Jesus, and invite us to participate in his work in our lives and in the world.
  • Church is not just what happens on Sunday mornings. We hope that you’ll find it to be so much more than that. We want the church to feel like home—a place to belong; where you can get to know others, and be known; where you can be served, and also be equipped and empowered to serve others with your God-given gifts and talents; where you can be both challenged and encouraged; where you can ask hard questions, wrestle through life’s difficulties, grow in your faith, and celebrate life’s victories—all in the context of friendship and community.