Lord of Life Lutheran Church and Preschool logo
15750 Baxter Road
Chesterfield, Missouri
Fax: 636-536-2322

Helping Others

Local Outreach

Circle of Concern
To assist with local hunger needs, a monthly food collection is received with a special Mountain of Food drive in July to collect thousands of canned goods

Stephen Ministry

Lord of Life has trained “Stephen Ministers” who provide one on one Christian care giving to people experiencing challenging times in their lives. 

Ties that Bind

A quilting group meets every Tuesday. While the group creates large intricate quilts it also creates and distributes dozens of smaller quilts, blankets, health kits, school kits, layettes, etc. to places around the globe through Lutheran World Relief.

Supporting the Ministry at Lord of Life

​These days there are several ways of supporting Christ’s Ministry at Lord of Life …

One program that we’ve had for many years is called Simply Giving, and it’s an automated electronic funds transfer program linked to your checking or savings account. There is no administrative charge for you, and it brings solid benefits to our church.

You benefit from being able to share your first fruits with your church on either a weekly, semi-monthly or monthly basis. Lord of Life benefits through a more consistent and predictable flow of offering contributions throughout the church year. Simply Giving greatly reduces the likelihood of bookkeeping, counting or transcription errors, and participants may easily exit the program or adjust their contribution levels at any time. Over 10% of our annual budget is currently funded through members’ participation in this program. Applications for Simply Giving can be found in the Welcome Center and completed forms may be sent to the church office for processing. For more information, please contact the church office at 636-532-0400.

“This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of the Lord’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God. Because of the service by which you have proved yourselves, others will praise God for the obedience that accompanies your confession of the gospel of Christ, and for your generosity in sharing with them and with everyone else. And in their prayers for you their hearts will go out to you, because of the surpassing grace God has given you. Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!” (2 Cor 9:12-15).

Community Event

Since 1992, Lord of Life has presented a special gift to the surrounding communities: A living drama called ​Return to Bethlehem.

Our fellowship hall is transformed into the narrow streets of the Bethlehem marketplace. Visitors to the city are presented with a souvenir shekel and given an ancient family name so they may register for the census and enter the city. As they walk through the streets, they experience ancient sights, sounds and smells. lnteract with the shopkeepers, soldiers as they talk about daily life and the rumors about a baby born in a stable. This amazing tour of Bethlehem culminates with a visit to the lowly stable where the Christ child and his parents can be seen. 

The free walking tour takes approximately 12minutes and begins every 2-3 minutes​. The tour is for all ages, inside and is wheelchair and walker accessible. Free-will offerings will be given to several charities. We are asking visitors to bring a bag of food, which will be given to Circle Of Concern Food Pantry in Fenton.

Reservations are not required unless you are planning to bring a large group. For more information, call 636-532-0400.​

Global Partnerships

Lutheran Hour Ministies

Lutheran Hour Ministries offers a variety of ministry programs and resources for discipleship and outreach: evangelism training events and resources; opportunities for hands-on international outreach; resource media and materials for men’s ministry; mission resources for children and schools; and much more. Click here for more information​


Dominican Republic

Lord of Life offers regular Mercy trips to the Dominican Republic to serve the local church and school in Palmar Arriba and to support a home for youth with special needs.

Bethlehem Lutheran Church

Bethlehem Lutheran Church in North St. Louis is a sister congregation that seeks to transform a neighborhood into a Better Living Community through providing quality housing, education and opportunities to connect with their Savior through worship, Bible study and outreach and service into the community.​ ​