Sunday Worship Services

We warmly invite you to join us, in-person or online!  In accordance with the latest guidance from officials, reservations are not required and masks are not required for those who are fully vaccinated.

Attend In-Person Service: 9 AM or 10:30 AM
Livestream Service: 10:30AM
Children’s Church Service: Children's Church will be offered during the 9:00 AM Service throughout the summer.

Welcome to Church of the Resurrection

At Church of the Resurrection, our mission is to know Christ and make Him known. We pursue this mission through worship, service and a commitment to spiritual growth. We are members of the Anglican Church of North America, a Christian denomination that unites over 100,000 Anglicans in over 1,000 churches across the United States, Canada and Mexico.


Plans for the Future

Church of the Resurrection began as a church plant in 2004. For over a decade the church met in various locations. Our current building – a converted two story home – comfortably accommodates approximately 90 worshipers, with room for classes and fellowship.

Now we seek to expand our building through our Arise and Build Capital Campaign! The purpose of this campaign is to enlarge our building and our capacity to serve our church and surrounding community.

Sermon & Prayer

We believe the basic truths of the Christian faith as held by the majority Christians since the time of Jesus’ earliest followers. These orthodox beliefs are based on the Bible, summarized in the early Christian creeds, and clarified during the Protestant Reformation.

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Events & Outreach

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July 20, 2021
  • Exercise Class

    July 20, 2021  9:30 am - 10:30 am
    1330 Schoettler Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017, USA

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  • Women's Fellowship Coffee Hour

    July 20, 2021  10:00 am - 11:00 am
    Via Zoom

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July 21, 2021
July 22, 2021
  • Exercise Class

    July 22, 2021  9:30 am - 10:30 am

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  • Art Class

    July 22, 2021  1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    1330 Schoettler Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017, USA

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"The King's Feast" Rev. Luke Davis, Celebrant ... See MoreSee Less
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In this week's Still Waters reflection, Dcn. Sarah Anderson relates laundry moments from days past and ties them in with a recent devotional given by our own Teresa Moore. When my two oldest sons were very young, we moved to Houston, MO in Texas County so my husband could work at a local radio station. We rented a small house right at the edge of town. This was a good location because we could only afford one car. I really enjoyed my little house, but it didn’t have a washer or dryer. With a toddler and an infant, I had quite a bit of dirty laundry including several dozen cloth diapers. Fortunately, there was a coin Laundromat about a block and a half away. I would usually plan my washing when the boys were napping. Once they were asleep, I would pull our little red wagon to the Laundromat and throw the dirty items into a couple of washing machines. Then I would run home, set a timer, and wait to collect the laundry at the end of the cycle. On sunny days, I could hang the laundry on my clothesline, but I had to use the dryers when the weather was uncooperative. On those days, using the dryers required a few extra trips. This weekly chore was anything but a prayerful or contemplative exercise. However, Teresa Moore shared a devotion called “Bounce: A Meditation on the Dryer Side of Life” with the ladies coffee group which was inspired at a recent trip to the Laundromat. She had realized that the dial on the dryer could be a pattern for prayer:Choose your dryer- There are two types of dryers; regular or heavy duty. Sometimes your prayer load is light, but sometimes the load is heavy.Some prayer times require deep intercession.Prepare to load the dryer-Before you start the dryer you have to choose the proper settings.Take the time to set your heart and mind before you pray.Sort the laundry- Different fabrics require different heat settings.Consider the different aspects of your prayers and sort them according to thanksgivings, petitions, and intercessions.Be sure to include any concerns or fears you may have.“Do not overload”-These directions are often posted on a dryer.The laundry won’t tumble properly if you put too much in at one time.Avoid a “laundry list” of prayers that doesn’t leave time for the Lord to respond.You may need to separate your prayers into smaller loads.Close the Door-If the door of the dryer is not closed completely, the timer will keep running.When the time runs out, your clothes will still be wet.Be sure to close the door of your mind that would allow outside distractions to make your prayer time unfruitful.Clean the lint screen and put it back in place-The dryer runs best when the lint screen is clean and in its proper place.Filter out debris that might keep you from hearing from the Lord.Take some time to be quiet and listen.When I looked at my dryer, I found two additional settings which I could also relate to prayer:“Energy Preferred”-I’m not sure what this does for my clothes when they are drying, but there are times when I don’t feel like praying.However, I find that I am energized when I take the time to meet with the Lord in prayer.“Cool Down”- This is the last setting on my dryer cycle, and it reminds me that conversation with the Lord is meant to be a time of refreshing.Colossians 3:23-24 says that “whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.” So the next time you find yourself putting a pile of wet clothes into your dryer, you can use your dial to turn your laundry room into an unconventional yet effective prayer closet. Blessings!Dcn. Sarah ... See MoreSee Less
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Rev. Luke Davis "Kingdom: Discipleship: Scary and Sure" ... See MoreSee Less
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