Parkway Adventurers Planning Meeting

Would you like to join Parkway Adventurers? The “Not Just for Men Group” is evolving into a different name: Parkway Adventurers Crew or Parkway Adventurers Club Krew “PACK or PAC” Parkway UCC folks love Acronyms for groups, and this seems to fit as any age can join the fun visiting area museums, all kinds of…

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Beautify Easter Worship with a Fern

Sign up for a beautiful fern for decorating our sanctuary on Easter morning. The Sanctuary Team has ordered 20 large hanging baskets of annual ferns. They may be taken home immediately after Worship on Easter. Please sign up for a fern on the poster in the Gathering Space. Let’s make Easter Service beautiful. Two donated…

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Ash Wednesday Worship

Wednesday, February 22 | 7:00pm | Sanctuary In the middle of a week, we pause to observe Ash Wednesday together —individually and as a faith community. We remember that God made us from fragile, blessed dust and breathes through us the breath of life and love. From dust we are created and to God’s good…

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All Accepted, No Exceptions
Worship with us SUNDAYS at 10:00am
2841 N Ballas Road,
St. Louis, MO

We are a progressive, open and affirming congregation in the St. Louis community. We advocate justice for all and extend hospitality as a sign of God's love. Parkway UCC invites a diverse congregation and encourages everyone to join us as they are. No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.

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Three Faiths, One Family

How a group of St. Louisans from three faith communities joined together to welcome a family from Afghanistan and help them get settled in the United States.

What do you love about Parkway?

We’ve found personal solace and deep compassion for all here, through meaningful friendships and activities that suit our personalities—centering prayer, choir, bible study, community outreach, and opportunities for artistic and spiritual expression.
- M. and T. Maxeiner