Creve Coeur, MO  -  (314) 993-0015           Services @ 8:30 & 11 a.m.

Women's Ministry

At St. Paul’s there are many opportunities for women to use their gifts to serve others.  We would love to get to know you and serve along side you.

Women’s Fellowship

Women’s Fellowship is group of women of our church who join together to participate in special Christian service projects. They meet once a month, on the second Wednesday at 11:30. They bringing a sack lunch, with drinks and dessert provided. This group hosts many different events such as the Spring Banquet (May), Women’s Annual Retreat (September) and the Women's Christmas Brunch (December).

Crusaders

The Crusaders are a service organization that does many special projects from organizing the church rummage sale to events such as the annual roast beef dinner. These special ladies also prepare and serve meals after funeral gatherings for families of our church. Each woman at St. Paul’s is welcomed to participate in this group, as much or as little as you have time for.

    Prayer Shawl Ministry

    The Prayer Shawl Ministry delivers a homemade shawl to people going through a serious illness. During the process of making these precious shawls, prayers are being said constantly for the person for whom it is intended, and this shawl, once received will hopefully be a constant reminder of how much love and how many prayers are being sent their way.  This group meets once a month to work on their shawls and share with one another.

    Stitch-In

    Seamstresses, join us in the Power Plant where we cut out, sew and iron new shorts and dresses for children in Congo. Even if you don’t sew you can help or even learn from our helpful regulars. We meet monthly every third Tuesday morning, from 9 am - noon..

    Quilters

    Every Tuesday, from 9:30 am and 2:30 pm, you will find the quilters of St. Paul’s busily working on some beautiful creations in the Auditorium. This group has been meeting since 1892 and they would welcome any and all help to keep this special art of quilting going at St. Paul’s.  Recently, the group has expanded and now have members creating machine stitched quilts to donate to Project Linus.  Even if you don't know how to quilt, there are many different jobs, and the ladies would be happy to teach you. Join us for a fun day of fellowship.