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9:00 a.m. — Sunday School and Adult Bible Study

10:30 a.m. — Divine Service with Holy Communion

Map of 2241 S Jefferson Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63104-2237

Our parking lot is accessible behind the church from Armand or Shenandoah.

(314) 776-1274

emmausstl@gmail.com

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Final worship service at Emmaus

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

After an extended season of transition, including a two year vacancy, and prayerful evaluation, the Emmaus voter’s assembly has agreed to hold a final Divine Service at Emmaus on September 3, 2017. Current plans are being made with the MO district and South St. Louis City circuit as to the future use of the church […]

In-between Time: Eagle/Compass Reflections

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Regional Eagle Prep Director Matt Hoehner and Compass Fox Park Site Director Hannah Brown look back on year one with gratitude and forward to year two with hope. Here’s what they each had to say about the transition into a new school year . . . Rev. Matt Hoehner: As I see some of the […]

Cultivating a Community Garden

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

Emmaus member Chad Rolland (below, top) recently put his green thumb into action by turning a small patch of land next to the church into a garden. He envisions the space as educational for our nearby students and outreach-oriented as the garden produces each year.

Reformation Day Chant Vespers

Saturday, October 17th, 2015

Join us on Saturday, Oct. 31, for a special Reformation celebration service, using the traditional music of western Christendom: Gregorian chant. An explanation of the service will begin at 3:30 (optional), and the service itself starts at 4:00. If you have the Brotherhood Prayer Book, please bring it.   Martin Luther posted the 95 theses […]

Special Offering Oct. 25 for Lutherans For Life

Friday, October 16th, 2015

Emmaus’ council has designated Sunday, Oct. 25 as a day for a special door offering to support Lutherans For Life. LFL is a pro-life group that “equips Lutherans to be Gospel-motivated voices for life.” In a world where abortion is seen as a woman’s right to choose, and the push for euthanasia increases, the work […]