We believe the Gospel compels us to gather, grow, and give. The love of Christ motivates us to love our neighbor and to speak the Gospel with sincerity, truth, and honesty to those in need of grace. We offer opportunities in our church, our community, and our world for people to love and serve others as they seek to live out the Gospel in those areas.
Fun with Faith is an after-school club which meets twice a month at a neighborhood public elementary school. Volunteers share the gospel with kindergarten through fifth grade children through games, snacks, Bible stories, crafts and more.
Interested? Contact Kelly Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We partner with New City Fellowship South’s Work Day ministry on the 2nd Saturday of every month September – May.
Interested? Contact email@example.com.
Ditto is a non-profit resale store run by eight local Christian schools. Profits go directly to these member schools to provide scholarships, help offset rising tuition costs, and assist families who could not otherwise afford a Christian education.
Interested? Contact Deborah Shields firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grace and Peace Winter Shelter has been offering temporary, overnight shelter during the colder months to homeless women of St. Louis since 1986. The Winter Shelter operates in the basement of Grace and Peace’s building in an urban area on the west side of the city. Many suburban churches send helping hands and meals each winter.
Get Involved! Call Melody Burke Perkins (314) 367-8959.
The primary goal of the Firm Foundation Tutoring Program is to build relationships with the children and show them the love of Christ. Children work one-on-one with volunteer tutors, receiving help with their homework and having a time of devotions. Students who do not bring homework are able to participate in other fun academic activities such as playing games, reading books, and writing stories.
Become A Tutor! Contact Laurie Jones email@example.com.
Many of our members volunteer with Restore St. Louis in different capacities. Restore St. Louis (RSL) promotes a network of Christian ministries that desire to show God’s love to the poor, widows, orphans, immigrants and refugees of St. Louis. RSL is under the oversight of New City Fellowship of St. Louis. Click here to see a full list of their ministries.