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Summer Worship: A Mix of Traditional and Informal 9:30 am Sanctuary
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Faith Formation

At Webster Groves Presbyterian Church, we view faith as a lifelong journey. Learn, question, explore and grow — through study, discussion, play, fellowship, prayer and music. In addition to classes and discussion groups on Sunday morning, we also offer opportunities all weeklong for all ages.


We live God’s love through mission work, both close to home and around the world. That means giving our time, as well as our resources, to help others. From hands-on projects for the whole family to partnering with agencies around the globe, we are energized by doing God’s work together.


WGPC is a place where people connect for life. We encourage, listen, support and care for each other through every joy and challenge. We welcome people from all walks of life into our church family and invite you to check out the Fellowship page for details on upcoming gatherings and events.


Tuesday, August 20th

  • Tuesday Prayer Meeting 6:30 AM - 7:30 AM Conference Room
  • Staff Meeting 9:30 AM - 10:59 AM Parlor
  • Session 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Fellowship Hall

Wednesday, August 21st

  • Kids Day Out 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM ECC Area
  • Scout TCM 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Fellowship Hall
  • 3rd Wednesday Book Study 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM Out of Building
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News & Blog

WGPC Delivers!

July 12, 2019

With flood waters receding along the Mississippi in the Midwest and rain falling in the Gulf, clean-up kits were never more needed to help remove the muck and mud left behind from flooding. Here at WGPC, members gathered enough gloves, detergent, scouring pads, disinfectant, and bug repellent to fill 14 buckets on Sunday, July 7. Friday morning, Sue Scott and Emmy McClelland delivered the goods to the Festival of Sharing in Columbia, Missouri. "They said

Float trip brought women together on the river

June 26, 2019

The day was cool but the sun was shining on June 13 when 10 ladies packed their lunches and gear into kayaks and began a 10-mile float down the Huzzah and Meramec rivers. “We had women from 17 years old to 70,” said Betsy Wacker, organizer of the trip. The women came with diverse experience in river excursions from floating newbies to old hands on the river, she said. Women can accomplish great things when

Meyer funds put to work on building improvements

June 20, 2019

There will be a lot of moving and shaking going on at the church through the summer while improvements are made to the building. The Property Committee has approved several projects to provide maintenance and improvements for the church. Most will be paid for with funds from the Meyer donation. During the discernment process, $170,000 was set aside to address safety needs and prepare for longer-term building updates. Coming improvements include new lighting, extensive waterproofing,

Turning concern into action on the issue of plastic

May 2, 2019

As an Earth Care Congregation, Webster Groves Presbyterian Church members are concerned about the environment and the future of our planet. On Sunday, April 28, the congregation came together to celebrate the gift of the earth and to understand our role in preserving it, but when members left they took home a pamphlet that can turn concern into a positive step forward on the issue of plastic. “H2O: How To Overcome the Bottled Water Habit”