Thank you for visiting our church website. We are a congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC), and it is our privilege to minister to families and individuals in the region around St. Louis, Missouri.
Our vision is to be a faithful, loving, and mature Presbyterian Church centered on Jesus Christ and his gospel. We are committed to God-centered worship services, regular biblical exposition, efforts in local outreach and evangelism, support for world missions, encouragement of Christian discipleship, cultural transformation, and gracious hospitality. Moreover, we see children as a great blessing from God, and therefore include them as much as possible in our worship services and church activities. All are welcome to visit with us.
Following our worship service (on Sunday afternoons from 1:15-3:00 PM) we have a fellowship dinner on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month (from 3:30-5:00 PM). You are welcome to attend as our guests.
— Pastor Marcus Serven
Pastor Marcus Serven is currently presenting a series of sermons on the book of Isaiah. Audio recordings of these sermons are hosted by SermonAudio on the “sermon” page. Feel free to listen!
Family Bible Class: We are now offering an ongoing class for the whole family from 12:30-1:00 PM. Mr. Jeff Hamann will be teaching through the Westminster Shorter Catechism. Our Worship Service begins promptly at 1:15 PM.
Verse of the Month:
Hebrews 12:14 “Strive for peace with everyone, and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord.”
Hymn of the Month:
Trinity Hymnal #520 “Jesus, Thy Blood and Righteousness” – The atoning work of Jesus Christ on the cross is central to this moving hymn (Rom. 3:24-26; 1 Pet. 3:18). It was written by the german aristocrat Count Nicholas Von Zinzendorf, which reminds us that God has his people in all stations of life (1 Cor. 12:13; Gal. 3:28), and was popularized by John Wesley during the 1st Great Awakening.
The Solas: These seven “rallying cries” arise from the writings of the Protestant Reformers during the time of the Reformation (1517-1650). They accurately summarize what the Bible teaches about the doctrine of salvation and the Christian life…
— “By Christ Alone” (Solus Christus)
— “By Grace Alone” (Sola Gratia)
— “By Faith Alone” (Sola Fide)
— “Scripture Alone” (Sola Scriptura)
— “Glory to God Alone” (Soli Deo Gloria)
— “Before the Face of God” (Coram Deo)
— “After Darkness, Light” (Post Tenebrus Lux)