In an effort to have food on hand for our community in need during the Covid-19 crisis, we're asking you to consider completing a Blessings Bag (at a cost of approximately $25), to include:

  • Box of cereal

  • Chicken broth

  • Jar (or can) pasta sauce

  • Spaghetti noodles

  • Mac & Cheese

  • Jar of unsweetened applesauce

  • Can of fruit packed in fruit juice

  • Can of beans

  • Jar of peanut butter

  • Two cans of tuna or chicken

  • Can of green beans

  • Can of corn

  • Bag of rice

  • Two 18 oz cans of soup (i.e. Chunky Chicken Noodle)

  • Bar soap

  • Toothpaste

Ways you can help?

  1. Put together complete bags (or boxes) 

  2. Contribute $25 to the Crisis Fund to cover the cost of a Blessings Bag (Text amount to 84321, or give online)

  3. Give $10 grocery store gift cards to include with each bag to be used to purchase perishable food items like meat and produce 

Please contact a deacon, or email, if you'd like to drop off a Blessing Bag at the church.


On Hiatus Due to Covid-19 

If your objective is to change the world, what better place to begin than to help your neighbor in need?!

Restore St. Charles  is a faith based program that focuses on serving through restoring the community around us. Their mission is to restore lives, hope, and faith by restoring homes and properties. We organize volunteers, churches, and sponsors to make a real difference. Find more information on their website.


Thank you for your support in 2020! Watch for details in 2021!

The O.A.S.I.S. Food Challenge is an annual friendly competition held among some St. Charles County Churches. Its focus is to restock the pantry shelves in the post-holiday lull. The Challenge will be back in February, so be on the look out!


Thank so much for your support again this year! See you again this fall as we resume collections for the

2020-2021 school year.

our MIssion:

​​WE WANT TO ensure that some of our neediest students have access to nutritious, kid-friendly, and easy to prepare food on the weekends throughout the school year.


BECAUSE students whose families rely on free breakfast and lunch served at school may struggle financially to provide healthy food for their students on the weekends.


CONSEQUENCES of hunger and poor nutrition can lead to:

  • Weaker immune system

  • Shorter attention span

  • Lower IQ

  • Lower academic achievement


HELP BY donating either food items or money (which is converted into food). Your donations are taken weekly to the schools' counselors who pack a variety of food items into a bag then, confidentially, pass these weekend bags to the identified students on Fridays, prior to dismissal.

Your support, as always, is truly appreciated! Below are the items we consistently need. You can purchase them and drop them off at church, or order them at the links provided:


On Hiatus Due to Covid-19

Camp Penuel in Ironton, MO, on Lake Killarney was established to bring joy, hope and the fulfillment of knowing the love of Jesus to under-privileged and at-risk children. They provide a free week of Christian summer camp to children 7-11 years old from cities as far away as Oklahoma City, Memphis, and Chicago. For more information on their mission, visit their website.

​​Contact us:

(636) 397-6303

Church Service:               

Sundays @ 10:00 a.m.

Office Hours:               

Tues, Wed, Fri ~ 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.


​Find us: 

6930 Mexico Road        
St. Peters, MO 63376
(636) 397-6303