We work with many wonderful mission partners to continue the ministry and mission of Jesus Christ.
Click on their image logo below to learn more about what they do to promote the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world.
Local Mission Partners
|MEALS ON WHEELS
Meals On Wheels provides affordable home delivered meals for persons within the community that are unable to shop and prepare their own meals. It is a 100% volunteer based organization.
|FIRST PRES PRESCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP
The Children's Center is a mission of First Presbyterian Church We offering a kids' day out program and a preschool program for children 2 1/2 years old to pre-kindergarten. The center is staffed by experienced teachers who strive to provide fun and learning in a safe and nurturing environment. The center is open five days a week from September through May.
|KIRKCARE FOOD PANTRY
Kirkcare provides assistance to our neighbors in need who live within the Kirkwood R-7 School District through food deliveries (supplied from our own local pantry), assistance with utility bills, school supplies, and helps SPROG provide its summer program, and Christmas food and gift box distribution.
KIRKWOD YMCA CLUB 44
Over the years, the club has engaged in numerous programs to help the Meacham Park community. Today Club 44 is a YMCA led program inspired by the friendship between Joe Cole and Earl Walker to serve the community and is able to provide summer Day Camp programming to the Meacham Park community.
Regional Mission Partners
|CARE AND COUNSELING
Care and Counseling is an interfaith agency to combine the work of several faith based counseling centers. Services offered include direct care of children, adults and families needing professional counseling services, pastoral training and psycho educational programs to those who would otherwise be unable to afford the full cost of psychotherapy.
Mound Ridge Outdoor Ministry (Presbytery of Giddings-Lovejoy) is a “a nurturing source.” Mound Ridge offers the basic principle of connecting God, life, nature, family, fun, and fellowship to all of its groups and individuals who come to play and learn in this sacred space.
|JOINT NEIGHBORHOOD MINISTRY
Joint Neighborhood Ministry is a small nonprofit agency striving to meet the needs of the community. The service area includes parts of 63118 and 63104 zip codes. JNM is "More Than A Soup Can." It attempts to not only feed the hungry, but also provides financial assistance, meet health needs and offer significant support services to those who struggle for self-sufficiency.
|ROOM AT THE INN
Room at the Inn provides immediate, temporary shelter to homeless women and families in St. Louis County. In addition, Room at the inn works with them to create an individualized plan back to self-sufficiency, including referrals to other human services agencies and mentors them to improve their chances for success.
Project COPE (Congregation Offender Partnership Enterprise) is a program linking congregations with ex-offenders who are about to reenter the community. The partnership provides ex-offenders physical, emotional and spiritual support to facilitate success in beginning a productive life, as they transition back into life outside prison.
|ST ANDREWS SERVICES
St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors System, a not-for-profit organization, where seniors, their families, and their caregivers find answers. Whether it’s occasional help that allows a senior to remain independent at home, a comfortable retirement residence that feels like home, or an assisted living or skilled nursing facility, St. Andrew’s can provide whatever you need.
DOORWAYS is an interfaith non-profit organization providing housing and related supportive services to improve quality of life and health outcomes for people affected by HIV/AIDS.
|PRESBYTERIAN CHILDREN'S HOMES AND SERVICES
Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services gives kids a safe, loving place to heal and to grow when their families can’t provide that. And we offer extra support like therapeutic mentoring; foster care case management and in-home family therapy that helps families withstand and overcome any challenges together.
|PRESBYTERY OF GIDDINGS-LOVEJOY
The Presbytery of Giddings-Lovejoy is a regional Council of the Presbyterian Church (USA) with 84 congregations and 175 Teaching Elders in Metro St. Louis (Missouri & Illinois) and southeast Missouri. Giddings-Lovejoy Ministry Teams implement the strategy and vision of the presbytery in their specific areas, create and coordinate the work of Action Teams, make recommendations to presbytery for actions related to their areas of expertise, and are attentive to needs expressed by presbytery staff, our sessions, and ministers.
National and International Mission Partners
|PRESBYTERIAN MISSION AGENCY
The Presbyterian Mission Agency is the mission and ministry agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). As your partner in Christ’s service, the Presbyterian Mission Agency is faithfully working to inspire, equip, and connect all Presbyterians to do Christ's mission, bringing together congregations, worshiping communities, mid councils, mission networks, and other parts of the church ecosystem as they nurture and shape disciples and serve Christ in the world.
|MARION MEDICAL MISSION
Marion Medical Mission is an ecumenical, Christian, front-line, hands-on, volunteer, non-profit organization that responds to Christ’s call to serve by working hand in hand with God’s people in Africa. We show the love of Christ through projects that directly impact the African people, stressing self-help and sustainability.
|PRESBYTERIAN DISASTER ASSISTANCE
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is the emergency and refugee program of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. The core budget, including staff and administrative costs, is funded through the One Great Hour of Sharing, and its program work is additionally funded through designated gifts.
|STOP HUNGER NOW
Stop Hunger Now is driven by the vision of a world without hunger. We distribute meals through feeding programs operated by partner organizations in developing countries that promote education, encourage children to attend school, improve students’ health and nutrition, address gender inequalities, stimulate economic growth, fight child labor, and are crucial to address global issues.