New to Ladue?
Welcome! We’re so glad to meet you!
How do I get to Ladue Chapel?
Our address is 9450 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63124.
- From 40/64 (west bound): Exit 28C Clayton Road, Turn right onto Clayton Road, East approximately 0.5 miles to Ladue Chapel on the right.
- From I-270 (north or south bound): Exit on 40/64 East (Exit 12), East approximately 2.5 miles to Lindbergh-South, Immediate left turn lane for Clayton Road, East 1.75 miles to Ladue Chapel on the right.
- From I-170 (south bound): Exit Brentwood Boulevard-South (Exit 1D), 1st intersection, turn right onto Clayton Road. West 1.9 miles to Ladue Chapel on the left.
Where is the main church entrance?
The main church entrance is on the west side of the building adjacent to the main parking lot.
Where is the handicap parking and entrance into the church?
There are two handicap parking areas and entrances. One area is located in the front of the chapel along with a handicap accessible automatic door. The second area is in the main parking lot (west of the building) along with a handicap accessible automatic door.
What is normal Sunday worship service attire?
Most congregation members wear business casual to our Sunday worship, but we welcome all, so feel free to come as you are!
What is offered for my children during the worship services?
Children are always welcome in our worship services. Early during the 10:30 a.m. worship, Rev. Courtney Chandler calls children to come forward for Children’s Time. Afterward, children 3 years old through 2nd grade are invited to attend the Word & Wonder program and are escorted by an adult leader to the Good Shepherd Room, first door on right inside Children’s Wing glass doors. To ease times when a rocking chair, books, and quiet toys would help, we offer a comfort room at the back of the Sanctuary behind the balcony seats. In addition, we offer loving, professionally staffed nursery child care for infants through 3 year old children.
Is there Adult Sunday School?
At Ladue Chapel, we have Sunday Lecture Series. We have a class at 9:15 a.m. on Sundays from September through May. If you are interested in learning more about Adult Education, visit the Adult page of our website.
Becoming a new member
New Member classes are held occasionally, depending on interest. Classes are held on Sundays, typically three or four classes total, with the last meeting as a breakfast with our Session members. New Members are recognized at the 10:30 a.m. church service after breakfast.