Ballot Notarization Services at WGPC

Every Sunday through October 25, 12:00-3:00pm
Mail-in ballots must be notarized and WGPC will once again provide free ballot notarization services outside the Hale Entrance. Wear your mask and bring your completed ballot, envelope and identification.

Missouri's Prairies and the Grow Native Program

Wednesday, November 11 at 7:00pm
Join us on Zoom to learn about Missouri's prairies from Carol Davit, Executive Director of the Missouri Prairie Foundation. Founded in 1966, the Foundations' goal is to protect and restore prairie and other native grassland communities through acquisition, management, education, and research. They currently own and/or manage over 3,300 acres of land. The Foundation also promotes the use of native plants through its Grow Native! program and supports the identification and control of invasive plans species through its Missouri Invasive Plant Task Force.
Click here to register for Zoom information,



Beginning Sunday, October 25th, the 9:30am worship service will be open for in-person worship. You must register in advance to attend. Please read this letter from the Reopening Task Force prior to completing your registration.

Worship services will continue to be live-streamed on the Online Worship page for those who choose to worship with us from home. Services are live-streamed Sunday mornings at 9:30am. After the conclusion of the service, a recording will be available to view any time.

Coffee Fellowship

Sundays following online worship
Put the coffee on; grab a sweet treat; and be ready to see your friends, make new friends and enjoy the comfort and laughter of fellowship. See the Friday Flash for the Zoom link.
Interested in hosting? Sign up here.

Gospel Medicine - An Antidote to Pandemic Isolation

Sundays at 4:00pm
Join us each Sunday at 4:00pm for a brief time of in-person conversation, meditation and prayer. Bring your mask and a chair and we will gather together - six feet apart! - on the parking lot in the shade of our beautiful church.

We will enrich our souls exploring the book Gospel Medicine, a book of sermons written by Barbara Brown Taylor, author of last year's all church read, Holy Envy. Each week Pastor Hannah will lead us in a conversation about one of Taylor's sermons. Each chapter in the book is a different sermon. Each one is concise, very meaningful and can be read in less than 30 minutes. Music and prayer will be a part of our time together.

The World's Religions: A Webinar from Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis

Mondays at 7:00pm
For our fall Adult Education we will be joining this great opportunity to explore the religions of the world with Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis. Dr. David Oughton, president of the Board of Interfaith Partnership and retired professor of the world's religions at Saint Louis University, will be teaching a weekly fifteen-part lecture series on the World's Religions via Zoom. The course is free and open to all, and participants are encouraged to come to as many or as few sessions as they are able. If you have any questions about this program, feel free to contact Interfaith Partnership.

Register here and let Pastor Hannah know once you've registered.

Parking Lot Fellowship

Tuesdays from 1:00-2:00pm
Longing to visit with friends from church? We are going to try something new! You're invited to visit with friends in small groups, outside near the Hale entrance on Tuesdays. Wear a mask, bring a chair and enjoy face to face time with church friends! Invite a friend to join you or just come and reconnect with friends.

Lectionary Bible Study with the Pastors

Tuesdays at 7:00pm
Join a pastor on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm for a 45 minute Bible study on the text for the coming Sunday! No homework required, and we'll take a break every 3rd Tuesday. Check the Friday Flash for the Zoom link, or email Pastor Ed for more information.

Disciples Bible Study

Thursdays at 10:00am
We usually break for the summer, but we have decided to throw out tradition and just keep reading! We will be starting with Acts and then reading our way through the rest of the New Testament. Check the Friday Flash for the Zoom link or email Pastor Hannah to find out what book we're on each week or for more information.

Black Lives Matter Vigil on Lockwood

Friday Nights from 6:00-6:30pm
WGPC has been invited to join Peace UCC in their Friday Night Vigils from 6:00-6:30pm. We will spend a half hour standing in solidarity with our Black siblings recognizing that all lives will not matter until Black Lives Matter. Peace has invited churches up and down Lockwood to participate so we can have a bigger presence in the community. Please join us outside the WGPC red doors from 6:00-6:30pm on Fridays. Bring signs. Wear masks. We will be social distancing.

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