A community of Jesus Christ's followers who strive, through the power of the Holy Spirit, to love God and the diverse people of St. Louis, for the flourishing of our city and the glory of God.
We are Grace Presbyterian Fellowship, a Christian ministry new to the Farmington MO area. We're not yet holding worship services. We’re in the growing stages of ministry, reaching out to others with whom we may grow into friendship, community, and by God’s will one day to worship. We meet on Tuesdays at 6:30 for Bible study, conversation, and fellowship.
In the Bible, the Church is sometimes referred to as “the household of faith”, and the Lord has called Redeemer to be a local expression of this body and genuinely to love one another.
At our October 2017 meeting, we approved to pass on the following report to our churches, affirming it to be, in substance, consistent with the teaching of Holy Scripture and our confessional standards and recommended it to our churches for their serious study, consideration, and guidance.
RUF is the campus ministry of the PCA. But more than just a ministry on the university campus, RUF seeks to be a ministry for the university. We strive to serve in this unique stage of a student’s life in the world they live in, exploring together how the Lordship of Christ informs every area of life.
FaithTree aims to encourage young adults in St. Charles and neighboring parts of St. Louis County with Christian fellowship, connecting believers from different churches and campus ministries for worship, prayer and thought-provoking conversations about faith. We are a ministry led by and rooted in local churches; you can learn more about our story here.
RUF has weekly small group Bible studies led by students. RUF also hosts many events throughout the school year, from float trips, scavenger hunts, and service projects to our annual Summer Conference in Panama City Beach, Florida. There is also spontaneous things like Ultimate Frisbee, game nights, and late night trips to Waffle House!
The mission of New Creation Presbyterian Church is to be a community where people experience the mercy and compassion of God as they grow to actively participate in God's work of transforming lives, families, neighborhoods and the world.
The Credentials Committee serves the Missouri Presbytery (MO Pres) particularly with regards to the ministerial credentials of its members. Above all, the Committee seeks to do its work with the goal to see more laborers who are qualified to serve the kingdom, which we believe God is building, within the bounds of MO Presbytery.
Empowered by the Triune God, New Life Presbyterian Church exists to unite people to grow in the Word, community, and prayer to be commissioned as disciples.