Worship

Welcome

At Webster Groves Presbyterian Church, we worship God through a variety of styles – grand and intimate, traditional and informal. We are committed to a mission of providing engaging worship that joyfully praises God through music, the Word and Sacraments; that engages the mind and heart; that challenges us to grow in faith and faithfulness; and that reflects the Reformed and Presbyterian traditions. We welcome you to join us along that journey.

Lent & Holy Week

During Lent, the Chapel will be open for prayer every Wednesday from 11:30am-1:30pm.

MAUNDY THURSDAY April 18 at 6:00 p.m., Fellowship Hall

Join us for dinner, a worship service around the Lord's Supper, and a service project.

GOOD FRIDAY April 19 at 7:00 p.m., Sanctuary

Join us for Music in a Great Place: The Seven Last Words of Christ, as the choir and a guest orchestra take us through a musical mediation on the day of Christ's death.

Sunday Morning Worship

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Informal worship at 8:30am in our Fellowship Hall is led by a contemporary ensemble including guitars, vocals, percussion and keyboard. This service also employs electronic visual media instead of hymnals and fixed symbols.  The pastors don't wear robes and everyone is welcome to keep drinking coffee!

Traditional Sunday worship at 10:30am in our Sanctuary is accompanied by choirs, organ, hand bells, chimes, djembe, and guest artists and so much more. The pastors wear robes, we sing out of the hymnal, and children are invited forward for a Scripture Conversation.

House Worship

About three Sundays a month we gather for House Worship at 6pm in Fellowship Hall.  Intended for all ages, twice a month House Worship is a creative interpretation of the traditional Evening Prayer, and once a month is a Taize service based in silence and singing.

April 14: No House Worship

April 21: No House Worship

April 28: Confirmation House Worship *begins at 4:30pm*

Sunday Fellowship

Between services and after Traditional Worship all are welcome to join us for coffee, snacks, and fellowship in Fellowship Hall. We're proud to serve Switch Coffee, which is locally roasted here in St. Louis, ethically sourced, provides job training and employment for marginalized people in our community, AND is delicious!

You can read more about Switch Coffee and their mission here.

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Sermons and Bulletins

We seek to live Christ's love, welcome all people and joyfully serve God.