Every weekday during Lent, we will send out a devotional written by a member of staff or a member of the church,
Sundays During Lent
Sundays during Lent
Online worship at 10:30am
Lenten Book Study
Join Carol Wellman and Anne Peacock during the season of Lent as we gather using the cup as a symbol of our spiritual thirst. The ordinariness of the cup may remind us of personal transformation that occurs in the common crevices of each day. Over a period of six weeks, we will read Joyce Rupp’s book The Cup of Our Life, then gather weekly over Zoom to discuss our experiences and pray. Day and time will be determined by our participants. Please contact Anne if you are interested in joining or if you have questions.
On Palm Sunday, March 28, 2021, at 3pm we will have an Easter Egg hunt for children and families on the grounds of Ladue Chapel.
Also on Palm Sunday, we will premiere We Sat Down and Wept: Vocal Music for Holy Week. In past years we have often presented a sacred choral concert on the afternoon of Palm Sunday. This year we have reimagined that concert as a vocal recital which will be premiered over Facebook and YouTube at 3:00 p.m. on Palm Sunday, March 28.
The Maundy Thursday Service is held on the Thursday of Holy Week, April 1, 2021, commemorating not only the Last Supper, but also enveloping us in the deep shadows of our Lord’s final days. It is a very moving service and prepares us in a powerful way to welcome the good news of the Resurrection on Easter. This year the Maundy Thursday Service will be small group worship held in the St. Andrews Memorial Garden every half hour from 6:30pm-8pm. Due to the nature of the service, registration for each participant is required. Click here to register for this worship service. Music provided by harpist Amy Camie and cantor Nikki Weiss
There will also be a prerecorded worship service that will stream on Facebook and YouTube at 7pm. Cantor for the recorded service is Amira Fuller.
The Good Friday Service is held on the Friday of Holy Week, April 2, 2021, and focuses on the biblical accounts of our Lord’s final day—His crucifixion, suffering, death, and burial—and His seven last words. This year, we will have modified stations of the cross set up on the church’s grounds from 11am-2pm for you to walk meditatively. In order to experience this worshipful event, you will need to bring a smartphone with a camera and headphones. You can also virtually walk the stations of the cross by clicking here.
There will also be a prerecorded worship service that will stream on Facebook and YouTube at 7pm. Cantor for the recorded service is Adam Stefo
The Holy Saturday Drive Through includes collection for the monthly Feed the Hungry Food Drive for Isaiah 58, Communion Kit pick-up (including homemade rolls), and Easter bag pick-up from 10:30am-12:00pm in the circle drive. The Easter bag includes various ways to help your faith grow deeper as you continue your Journey with Christ.