Highlighted Events

International Women's Day Celebration

Our International Women’s Day celebration will be a multiday event, running from March 11th to March 16th, filled with opportunities to serve the women of St. Louis. 


Worship together: Please mark your calendars for Saturday March 14th at 9 AM for our breakfast and devotional. We’ll explore the theme of In His Image and celebrate God's character as displayed through acts of service in the Bible. 


Click here to register for the breakfast and devotional now.


Serve together: From March 11th until March 16th, there will be several opportunities for women and girls age 6+ to volunteer with area organizations around the St. Louis Metro Area (including communities in Illinois). 


Click here to view a complete list of service projects. 

You might find this helpful to decide where and when you'd like to volutunteer.


Once you know which project you are interested in, sign up for your shift!


Click here to sign up for a service project now.
 


If you haven't already set up an account on the Volunteer Hub site, you'll do that first before signing up for shifts.

Along with on-site opportunities, all can donate gently used purses and small backpacks for Purses of Love for homeless women.

Heartland Prom

All high school students, age freshman to senior, are invited to attend "The Roaring 20's", the 2020 Heartland Prom!


Click here to register for Heartland Prom now.


Date & Time:
Saturday, April 18th, 6pm - 10pm

Location: 

Andre's at Sunset Hills (13366 W. Watson Road, St. Louis, MO 63127)

Lock-In to Follow:

10:30pm - 6am Sunday April 19th

Gateway City Church (9330 Stansberry Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63134)


Early registration is $64 per person and includes a plated dinner, DJ and dancing, and admission into our afterprom lock-in at Gateway City Church. Registration price will increase to $70 per person beginning March 9th and continuing through March 30th. "Lock-in only" registration is available for $25. Pre-registration only; no registration at the door.

Disciple/r/ Workshop, Part 1

Disciple. It's a word that has come into fashion in Christianity, but what does it really mean? Join us for this one-day class as Dr. Bill Moulden looks at several scriptures of both Old and New Testament to piece together what it means to be a disciple of Jesus, and to possibly rethink what we think we know about "being a disciple" and "being discipled".


Click here to register for the workshop now.


This class will be offered on the following dates:

Saturday February 29th, 9am - 3pm

Saturday March 21st, 9am - 3pm

Saturday May 16th, 9am - 3pm


The content will be repeated at all three dates, so you can choose the date that works best for your schedule.

For age high school and up; childcare will not be provided.

A complimentary lunch will be offered for all attendees or you are welcome to bring your own.

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