Church of the wordA Bible Loving, Family-Integrated Church in St. Louis, MO Watch our Latest Sermons
Sundays @ 10:30
Fellowship Meal Afterwords
Wednesday's @ 7:00
For over 10 years Church of the Word has preached, taught, witnessed to, served and loved others in the Saint Louis area.
Our name “Church of the Word” rightly emphasizes the importance we place on the inspired, perfect Word of God. We believe, teach and live that God’s word is “profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16).
As sinners saved by grace alone, we seek to obey our Lord Jesus to make disciples of the nations and teach everything Jesus taught in God’s word.
Come visit us this Sunday morning at 10:30am for a time of worship, fellowship and growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ!
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Sound Doctrine & Expository Preaching
For a house to stand, Jesus says it must be built on the solid rock of hearing and obeying the Word of God (Matthew 7:24).
When you attend worship service at Church of the Word, you can expect to hear expository preaching from the Word of God every Sunday.
Come join us this Sunday morning at 10:30 to learn from God’s Word, be encouraged by other believers and worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Weekly Fellowship Meal
Every Sunday after service our church family enjoys a potluck meal together. We use this as a time to deepen our relationships with one another and to stir one another on to love and good works (Hebrews 10:24-25).
Our weekly fellowship meal is a time where we grow as a church family, practice relational discipleship, and rejoice together before the Lord.
When you visit Church of the Word, stay for our fellowship meal and experience the love of Christ in each member of our church family.
Why Family Integrated?
In the Bible we see families worshiping God together. They listened together as the Word of God was read and explained.
The children heard the adults discussing and debating the meaning and application of texts. They sang together. They attended the feasts together. The younger walked with the elder and the young grew wiser.
We believe this practice needs restored to the churches in the United States and around the world. The American churches have tried age segregation for over a century now and the results have been less than satisfactory.
Read the full blog post written by our pastor here.