We are connected to every neighborhood in the metro area and are committed to serving throughout the region.

For information on any of these service opportunities, contact our Serve Team or a member of our staff at office@websterhillsumc.org.

 

 

Elder Care & Worship

Our congregation leads worship at Bethesda Dilworth on Sunday, Dec. 31. You can connect with residents as you help them move to the chapel. Meet in the chapel at 2 p.m. and plan on finishing around 3:15 p.m.  Our elders always enjoy spending time with children and youth, making this an excellent way for a family to serve together.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Family Support Group

The NAMI Family Support Groups are peer-led support groups for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances. More information about the NAMI Family Support Group at Webster Hills UMC can be found by clicking here

5th of the Month Meal Ministry

On the fifth of every month a team meets at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in the Soulard neighborhood. The group prepares and serves lunch, visits with the day’s quests, and cleans up.  Contact Holly Graham hollygraham2k@gmail.com.

Asbury Partnership

Asbury United Methodist Church is doing wonderful work in the Greater Ville Neighborhood of St. Louis. We are often invited to join them. We are working to build up our partnership and welcome your involvement. Activities include:

  • Leading a summer reading program
  • Providing supplies for the “Warm Start” program–a ministry for children waiting at the school bus stop.
  • Providing resources to launch an after-school tutoring program.

Webster Rock Hill Ministries

Another ministry partnership that invites us to join them in special projects, food pantry, sorting back-to-school supplies, sponsoring families during the holidays, etc. We are working to build up our partnership and welcome your involvement.

Sheets Ministry

Each month a load of freshly-laundered, but no-longer needed, hotel sheets is dropped off at Webster Hills. Shortly after, the work begins: sorting, cutting, sewing, packing, rolling, folding. The end results are shared with shelters for people, and shelter for animals. The group meets the 4th Monday of the month at 9 a.m. in the Christian Life Center.