Playing for Life: Charity Fundraiser

Eric Henson, our good friend, and former music director has suffered from progressive heart disease that was first diagnosed in his mid-30’s. Over the course of time, his disease had progressed to the point that he has become unable to work and now needs a...

Vacation Bible School! July 15-19

Click here for a 2019 Registration Packet  Vacation Bible School July 15-19, 2019 Blast off with us for our VBS Mission to Mars!  Open to all children ages 3-completed 5th grade. Youth helpers  (grades 6-12) and adult volunteers put together a fun week of learning,...

Mother’s Day Gifts of Gifts of Hope!

    Woodlawn Chapel Presbyterian Church members prepared 59 Mother’s Day “Gifts of Hope” for mothers of seriously ill children in St. Louis, MO area children’s hospitals. The bags, which contained an array of items designed to bring joy...

The Lord is Risen!

Alleluia! The Lord is risen, indeed! Join us at Woodlawn Chapel Presbyterian Church for a joyful Easter service, 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 21, 2019. On Sunday, May 5, Chris Keating begins a new sermon series, “How many Presbyterians does it take to change a...

Feeling the sting

“Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” Misty clouds are trying to block the afternoon sunlight, but now and then the sun finds a way to poke through the clouds. Signs of spring are working their way through the muddy mush of the ground’s...

Searching for answers after violence

Orginally posted at www.stltoday.com By Chris Keating  After the shooting ends, the questions begin.  News of the shootings at two New Zealand mosques blew into our lives Friday like the bitter gusts of wind which swept through St. Louis recently. The violence...