Ways to serve and support of the ministries of Ladue Chapel.
Flowers for the sanctuary on Sunday mornings are donated by members, and may be given in memory or in honor of loved ones or to the glory of God. To donate contact the church office.
Funeral Hostesses/Hosts assist with funerals and memorial services in the church, acting as greeters and ushers.
Greeters are members of our Hospitality Team and are assigned Sundays to welcome all those who come to worship, and to offer assistance and directions to worshipers as may be needed. It’s a great way to serve and to meet people! Please call the church office for more information.
Lectors are lay persons who serve as readers of scripture in Sunday worship.
In an effort to learn about, engage and serve in our community, the Matthew 25 Fellowship will provide an opportunity for students (Fellows) to hear from community leaders, participate in conversations that invite them to think critically and deepen their faith, and put their hands and feet into action by working alongside agencies here in St. Louis. This is a collaboration between Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church and Webster Groves. Click here to read the full description.
Mission Intern Program
For upcoming high school seniors or college student age members of Ladue Chapel, we offer an opportunity to serve as a summer Mission Intern. These internships, funded by the Mission Committee, offer employment during the summer of 2020 to participate in local Christian mission work, to grow spiritually, and to experience and learn about the mission of the church of Jesus Christ.
Mission Interns will work in the various mission projects to which Ladue Chapel is committed and will meet on select Sundays for reflection, sharing, and fellowship. A partial list of mission opportunities may include work at Mission Intern Retreat, Cornerstone Center, Food Outreach, L.E.A.D. Promising Youth, Ladue Chapel’s Urban Plunge and Vacation Bible School.
- Prayer Chain members are faithfully committed to a life of prayer.
- Prayer requests are usually received through the church and emailed to the prayer team by the Prayer Chain coordinator.
- The following guidelines are expected of all team members:
- Pray immediately upon receiving a request.
- When posting a request, be brief and to the point. Send updates when appropriate.
- Continue to pray as you feel led by the Holy Spirit, or until receiving news otherwise.
- Keep all information confidential. News that is shared among our team may not be discussed or forwarded to others outside of the Prayer Chain.
- When good news is received, inform the Prayer Chain team so we can all rejoice!
If you are interested in joining our Prayer Team or learning more about this ministry, please contact
Anne Peacock: 314-993-4771 x3122 or via email here.
The St. Patrick Casserole Program
Every month, each member in this program provides a casserole for the St. Patrick Center. The Center is an important resource for residents of public housing, the aged and the homeless in near north St. Louis City. We appreciate our dedicated group of casserole makers! If you have any questions, email Lucie Staack.
Coffee Fellowship follows each Sunday worship service and is held in the Gathering Place, a large open room which stands at the crossroads of all the various wings of our building complex. Members are invited to donate cookies for Coffee Fellowship by scheduling with the Church Office.
Ushers serve in teams, are also members of our Hospitality Team, and assist in the conduct of worship on Sunday mornings, handing out worship bulletins, helping worshippers find a place to sit, taking up the offering, as well as providing an atmosphere of hospitality and order so that all who attend feel welcome and comfortable. The commitment is indefinite and each team is assigned about one Sunday out of six.
Wedding Hostesses/Hosts assist the pastors and bridal parties with wedding ceremonies and rehearsals.