We are the hands & feet

of Jesus Christ in the city of Saint Louis.

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About Us

Serve Saint Louis partners with Apostles Church to equip mission teams with all the information they need to plan a successful trip to Saint Louis, MO. Our goal is for each mission trip to challenge it's participants and strengthen our city.

By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.
— John 13:35

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Steps to Plan Your Trip

The following is a guide that walks you through how to plan a successful and life-changing missions trip to St. Louis. 



Make sure your trip is taken care of by securing a date on our calendar. Then book travel and lodging arrangements for your team.

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Use our mock schedule to create the itinerary for your trip. Select Apostles Church service projects and partner with STL organizations.

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Make sure your mission team is prepared for the work they will do in St. Louis. Gather participant instructions, study materials & order T-shirts.

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Saint Louis offers many fun activities. Be confident your team will enjoy their trip by scheduling a few leisure activities in the city.

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You are responsible for ordering the T-shirts for your mission trip. We do, however, ask that you use the artwork provided. You can choose whatever color you'd like for the T-shirt itself. 

Buy your T-shirt(s) here!

Serve by Giving

We ask each team serving with Apostles Church to bring some type of financial donation to give to the church. The suggested amount is $1,000, however we gladly accept any amount you are able to give. We do ask that each church make some amount of contribution.

A Word From Todd


We sought to plant a church with the purpose of reconciling people to God and one another.

Apostles Church was birthed because of a tension that exists in our city.  There is a glaring division in St. Louis. This division is one of ethnicity and socio-economic position. This disparity was put on display internationally through the events in Ferguson in 2014, but have been evident for decades along one specific street in St. Louis city. 

Delmar Blvd is an incredibly important street in St. Louis. It is commonly referred to as the Delmar Divide. This is the geographical manifestation of the ethnic and socio-economic barriers that exist all around St. Louis. The north side of Delmar is almost completely African American and poor while the south side of Delmar is mostly Caucasian and affluent. This has been the reality for decades in St. Louis. 

There is much work to be done here. We look forward to working with you to learn to love this city and serve His people here.