The Joy Ministry of CPC exists to bring glory to God as every senior grows in grace, connects deeply in relationship, and serves others using their God given gifts.  Through monthly events, day trips, small group Bible studies, and service to others, seniors are transformed by the grace of the gospel as they celebrate life together and life in Him.  


If you are a vibrant retiree who enjoys day trips, special entertainment, growth opportunities and serving our Lord, then the Builders’ Ministry is for you!  Please contact Anne to join our mailing list.


Anne Bucaro
Director of the Joy  Ministry

Phone: (636) 394-3337



IMG_3428The Friendship Ministry reaches out in love to the greater St. Louis community and leads adults with special needs into a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

By God’s word, through God’s love, and with God’s promises to individuals, we train these unique people to live as disciples within a church community. Each week, groups of adults with special needs participate in a variety of learning experiences led by a team of gifted, trained, loving, and enthusiastic Friendship Class ministry team members.  We meet in a creative and caring environment, which includes Thursday night Friendship Classes and  Sunday School Classes.

  • Sunday School Friendship Class every Sunday in Room #240 at 9:00 a.m.

  • Worship for Friendship Class every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

  • Weekday Friendship class meets for 8-week semesters during the Fall and Spring on Thursdays from 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Tim Jackson
Assistant Pastor
Phone: (636) 394-3337

Mary Gentry
Parent Coordinator
Phone: (636) 532-0933


treeVisitation Care

Hospital Visitation Team: Visits individuals in the hospital.

Convalescent Team: Provides home visits after hospitalization.

Crisis Care Team: Provides specialized counsel to people in times of crisis.

Service Care

Moving Team: Provides “muscle power” for people who are moving from one residence to another.

Helping Hands: Assists with household cleaning, cooking, and child care during times of family crisis or illness.

Handy Men: Performs minor household or care repairs for people unable to do so themselves.

Transportation Team: Provides transportation to hospitals, doctor’s offices, and stores for people who cannot drive themselves.

Mercy Care

Deconate Care Team: Distributes monetary assistance to individuals and families in need of food, shelter, and utility assistance.

Gift Distribution Team: Receives gifts to the church such as cars, appliances and furniture, and redistributes them to those who need them.

Comfort Care

Continuing Care Team: Visits individuals with long-term care needs.

Grief Care Team: Provides support and encouragement to those who are suffering loss.

Special Needs Team: Assists individuals with special physical challenges.

Prayer Team

Prayer Team: Prays and encourages involvement in prayer opportunities.

Transitional Care

New Baby Team: Provides support and encouragement for new moms and their babies.

Celebration Care Team: Assists the church in celebrating the important milestones of life, such as baptisms and church membership.

Military Support Team: Prays for and sends cards and gifts to military personnel and their families.

Support Teams:

Providing assistance to each of the Care Teams

Card Ministry Team: Assists the staff in sending cards of encouragement.

Chop-N-Chat: Cooks and provides ready meals for people in times of crisis.

Care Connectors: Strategizes with the staff to coordinate Lifeline care for members.

Administration Team: Assists the staff in the administrative needs of the care ministry.

Care Giver Checklist

–Would you be willing to make a meal for a family in crisis?

–Would you enjoy visiting someone who lives alone?

–Do you have a desire to help others in times of special need?

–Do you have a spiritual gift of mercy, helps, or encouragement that you would like to use?

–Would you like to pray for others facing special challenges?

–Can you do household or car repairs?

–Would you clean for someone who cannot do it themselves?

–Do you have a workable applicance you need to find another home for?

–Would you join a team in helping a family move?

–Would you be willing to assist those with special needs on Sunday mornings?

–Do you like to write notes that God would use to encourage another?


Contact Jeff Loaney for more information.