Water that doesn't move turns stagnant, and love that doesn't serve grows weak. There's no better way to experience God's Spirit within you than to let Him use you to serve others. Below are some of the places at Grace where you can get involved and serve.




Sharon 314.292.8300 x2132

Volunteers stock and clean kitchens that are used by multiple ministries for meetings, classes and fellowship.

Caring Casseroles


To schedule a home delivery call
Towana 314.921.5830
Malva 314.420.0827

We provide food for Grace Church members and their families in their time of sickness or injury. Whether our members are down with the flu or having major surgery or just had a baby, this group is ready to deliver casseroles/brownies to their door to help them eat well while they recover.

Volunteers are welcome to help with these services and are very much appreciated. Volunteering would consist of baking casseroles and brownies, delivering the food items to homes in their area or checking supplies, preparing/bundling casseroles/brownies.






The Corps

The Corps
Bill Craft 314-292-8300 x2158

Grace Church has made an association  with several non-government agencies
to assist wounded military personnel who returned from Iraq, or Afghanistan, etc..
Regarding the Focus Marine Foundation, volunteers are needed to serve at any of
the four (4) one week sessions each year on a per day or per week duty assignment basis.  
We would arrange volunteers would report for duty to the Focus Marine Foundation Training
facility located near the Augusta MO/Weldon Springs vicinity. Volunteers needed to serve the
catered meals, set tables, assist with the Marines’ athletic and training activities, etc..
For more information about how you can help, apply, and  what volunteer dates are open,
call or e-mail Bill Craft or Jeanne Savel.  For general information only regarding the facility
at Augusta MO, you may view such at www.focusmarinesfoundation.org.


Wounded servicemen and women from other branches of service can also be assisted in
a variety of ways through Grace Church  (The Corps ministry) via our association with a
variety of other non-governmental organizations such as H.E.R.O.E.S.CARE,
or  St. Louis Regional Alliance For The Troops (RAFFT), etc..



We provide funeral services for church members and their families.
Call Gloria at 314.292.8300x2134 for details.

Grace Café Food Services


Grace Café Food Services

Judy 314.292.8300 x2210

Volunteer to help with food preparation or serve those eating in the Atrium before and after services. Focus is to facilitate the growth of important relationships. Cafe now serves healthy items, including fresh fruit, skinny lattes, turkey burgers, salmon burgers and more.

Gracekids Volunteer

Contact Danielle Taylor at 314 292-8300 x 2162




Barb 314-292-8300 x2112

The greeter standing at the door is often the first or second person a guest sees when he comes to Grace. That's why it's so vital to have our friendly greeters smiling and welcoming everyone who comes. Their encouragement and friendliness is a major contributor to the decision that many make to come back again. Let us know if you want to try out this hospitality ministry.

Helping Hands Haircut Clinic


Helping Hands Haircut Clinic

Serving Group

1st Monday of each month
6-9 pm • C120

Kay 314-298-0981

Licensed stylists provide free haircuts for Grace families (men, women and children) who are in need. No appointment is necessary. Call if you would like to volunteer.

Helping Hands Home Repair Team


Helping Hands Home Repair Team

Serving Group

Jan 314-292-8300 x3386

Volunteers assist in minor home repair for those who are involved in our church and who are struggling financially and provide services for outside Christian organizations.

Helping Hands: Wheels of Hope

Helping Hands: Wheels of Hope

Dave 314-518-6500

Donate your old vehicle, regardless of its condition. Cars will be repaired and put into the hands of those who are financially struggling, with first priority going to single parents, widows and widowers who are plugged into Grace, and then to others as resources are available. Cars where it is not feasible to do repairs will be sold for salvage, with the proceeds going toward licensing and repair costs on other vehicles. Please call if you have a car to donate.

For information about this ministry go to www.wheelsofhopestl.org

Hospital Ministry


Hospital Ministry

Bill 314-292-8300 x2158

We visit patients, pray with them and provide support and compassion. Call if you or a family member is hospitalized or if you want to help.

Information Table


Information Table

Barb 314-292-8300 x2112

Volunteer to assist members and visitors by providing answers to their questions about the church, its ministries and activities.

Medical Emergency Team


Medical Emergency Team

John 618.779.0011

Trained medical volunteers available to provide emergency assistance during our services and other special events. If you are a medical professional and want to help please contact us.

Mexico Missions (Homes for the Homeless)

Mexico Missions (Homes for the Homeless)

Contact: Jeff & Jan 314-485-8289

Mexico Missions is a cross-cultural mission outreach for anyone wanting to work hard and share the love of Christ to people living in squatters’ dumps in Mexico. We build basic shelter with tin roofs for homeless families. We schedule one outreach during spring break and another at Christmas, from Dec. 26-31.

Office Support


Office Support

Sharon 314-292-8300 x2132

The amount of secretarial work around the church can be more than the secretarial staff can handle alone. Office support provides weekly scheduled or spur-of-the-moment help to the office staff with typing, filing, phone calling, copying and mailings during office hours.

Prayer Team

Prayer Team
Bill 314-292-8300 x2158

The Prayer Team prays for individuals following services in the front corner of the Auditorium.

Prison Ministry

In-Prison Seminar Team

Leon & Bernice 314-869-2766

This team conducts weekend seminars within several Missouri prisons. Seminar dates, to be announced later, may include the months of March, May, August, and October. Marriage Seminars may also be scheduled for
inmates and their spouses. Transportation is provided.

Prison Ministry MSI Team

Visits Medium Security Institutions

Duke 636-240-4390

1st & 3rd Thursday, 6:30–7:30 pm • Minister to Female inmates

2nd & 4th Thursday, 6:30–7:30 pm • Minister to Male inmates

Ministers to male and female inmates through ministry in word and song for at least one hour per week. Volunteers must first attend a one-time orientation at the facility held on the last Thursday monthly.

Clayton County Jail

Lillie 314-867-6382

Saturday • 1-3 pm (female inmates)

Minister to female inmates through ministry in word and song for at least one hour per week. Volunteers must first attend a one-time orientation at the facility.

Refreshment Support

Refreshment Support


Barb 314.292.8300 x2112

Volunteer to assist staff in providing and/or serving refreshments at select meetings and functions.


Remedy is our Sr. High Ministry created for students in 9th-12th grades. We now meet every Wednesday night at 6:26 pm in The Foundry (Building E). This is a great opportunity to attend worship service and serve in other areas of the church on Sunday mornings. On Wednesdays we will serve a free meal from 6:26 pm to 6:50 pm. At 7 pm, we will start our new and improved Sr. High Service built just for you. Come experience the difference. All you need to do is SHOW UP!!!

You will experience an incredible worship service with our very own live band and break into small groups for discussion and discipleship. Meet and connect with other students your age.

We also host several special events, camps, and retreats every year. Come check us out, we’re expecting you!!!

Contact: Emily Mills x2264
Want details about what's happening in Remedy? Visit remedystl.com.

Retirement Home Ministry


Retirement Home Ministry

Bill 314.292.8300 x2158

We visit area retirement homes to share the love of Jesus with the residents using music, friendship and more. We need greeters, musicians, song leaders, teachers and more.

Shades of Grace Band


 Shades of Grace Band

Jim 314-518-6203

This is a all volunteer worship band that performs on and off campus.
To preview their music visit their website, shadesofgraceband.com/

Six78 (Grades 6-8)

Six78 is a ministry designed specifically for students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. We gather every Sunday morning at 11am in the Student Center (Building E). Students will experience an incredible live worship service with our very own band. They will hear Biblical teaching in a manner that makes sense to them. Finally they will be introduced to a small group where they can connect with other students and learn to apply the Bible to their everyday lives.

And check out our new Saturday service at 6 pm in the Student Center.

Our goal is to make sure every student learns to prioritize their relationship with Christ, learns to influence their friends for Christ, and is able to experience personal ministry by helping others.

Wait, there’s more than just Sundays!!! We do various other activities throughout the year, like camps, retreats, guy’s night out, girl’s night in and more!!! Come check us out to learn more…

Emily 314-292-8300 x2264

Want details about what's happening in Remedy? Visit six78stl.com.


SonRite Legacy Father & Son Retreat


A Father & Son Weekend
Logan Valley Retreat
Attend Father's Training on Tuesday, Aug 6, 6–9 pm
Legacy Weekend is Aug. 23-25
Cost: $160/pair

Bob 314-292-8300 x2120

Logan Valley Christian Retreat, Ellington, MO – Fathers and their son take an adventure together to formalize a rite of passage in healthy and biblical ways. Our goal is to help fathers communicate the following messages to their sons through a weekend full of fun and meaningful activities: “I love you unconditionally and accept you just as you are.  I pledge to be the father God intended me to be.  I challenge you to become the man God called you to be.” Sons should be between the age of 12-17.  Fathers should bring only one son on the weekend (bring the younger one next year!), so that he has his dad’s full attention.  This will be a 2 ½ day outing in the rustic Ozark foothills filled with activities designed to provide meaningful and significant encounters between fathers and sons. Cost is $160 for each father-son pair. Cost includes two nights accommodations and four meals.  All fathers are REQUIRED to attend the Fathers Training Session on Tue August 6, from 6:30 – 9:30 pm.  REGISTRATION DEADLINE is Tuesday, August 6.  Space is limited.  Full payment must be made with registration.  Register by mail or at the Information Counter.  For more information, contact Bob Pickett at 314/292-8320.  ALSO THIS YEAR:  Two Alumni Tracks – Fathers and sons that have attended a previous Legacy Weekend are invited to return to share in this adventure again.  We will have one track for sons (and their dads) in middle school and another for those in high school.  Some special activities are planned for the alumni separate from the others.

Sonrite Fathers' Training
All fathers registered for the Legacy Weekend are required to attend this training session.

Sonrite Alumni Reunion
Each spring, alumni and graduates get together for a barbecue, updates, testimnoies and energetic competition.

For more information contact Bob.



Student Ministry


Student Ministry

Emily 314.292.8300 x2264

Six78 (Grades 6-8)
Wednesdays @ 6:26 pm

Remedy (Grades 9-12)
Wednesdays @ 6:26 pm




We minister exclusively to clients of North County Pregnancy Resource Center - walk through the unplanned/crisis pregnancy with them, offer them spiritual and emotional support and other resources to help them.

Traffic Control Ministry


Barb 314-292-8300 x2120

Join us if you love the great outdoors and enjoy serving. We coordinate traffic flow and provide directions with a friendly smile. Serve once a month or more.



Barb 314-292-8300 x2120

Ushers are available to answer questions, provide directions, assist people with special needs, pass out special materials and administrate collections. Call Barb if you'd like to help.


Carol 314-292-8300 x3263

We want to help our members make their marriages all that God wants and to provide a meaningful and beautiful service. Follow these steps or call for information.

  1. If you or your parents are not already a member of Grace Church, attend the membership base classes, 101-104.
  2. Call the pastor you want to do your wedding to arrange for premarital counseling and schedule the date. 314-292-8300:

    Mark Burgdorf   x2125
    Bill Craft   x2158
    Marty Haas   x2160
    Rachel Klein   x2128
    Bob Pickett    x2120
    Lauren Quagliata   x2131
    Randy Von Bokel   x3344
  3. Attend the Premarital Class weekend.
    For infor call Sharon 314-292-8300 x2111.
  4. Call the wedding coordinator, Carol 314-292-8300 x3263 for information.

Welcome Center

Welcome Center
Deena 636-530-1100

We need friendly smiling faces to welcome new people to Grace Church.

Women Helping Women


Call for dates and times

Laura 636.530.9478

We serve those in need in our community through service projects while building community with one another. We focus on helping organizations that care for women, children and teens in crisis through our service projects.

Worship Arts


Grace Worship Choir
314.292.8300 x2120
Our choir sings in our weekend and midweek services.

Music Team, Video Team
314.292.8300 x2110
The Music Team consists of the Vocal Team and Instrumental Team. These volunteers provide inspiration and encouragement through music in the weekend and midweek services. Call for info on rehearsals, auditions, etc.

Audio Recording Ministry
314.292.8300 x2166

Shades of Grace

Staging, Tech Teams
314.292.8300 x2196