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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June 17, 2021
  • Exercise Class

    June 17, 2021  9:30 am - 10:30 am

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  • Art Class

    June 17, 2021  1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    1330 Schoettler Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017, USA

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June 20, 2021
  • Sunday Worship 9 and 10:30am

    June 20, 2021

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  • Sunday Service

    June 20, 2021  9:00 am - 10:00 am
    1330 Schoettler Road Chesterfield Mo 63017

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  • Sunday Service

    June 20, 2021  10:30 am - 12:00 pm
    1330 Schoettler Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017, USA

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Life is full of amazing truths, and one is that waiting on God leads to being able to soar where He wants us to go. Nancy McCue shares this in this week's Still Waters devotional.“They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up on wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.” Isaiah 40:31 Regular waiting can be draining – waiting for a sick child to get well, waiting to hear if you landed a new job, waiting for a Pandemic to get over….. But waiting upon the Lord is different. Isaiah uses an eagle to illustrate. They know when a storm is coming and fly up high so that the winds of the storm can even move it higher, above the fierce wind and battering rain. It then spreads its wings and soars on the air currents. That’s what we must do, stay in touch with the Lord and He will help us through the storms of life, especially when we spread our wings and trust Him. We prayed for several years for my great-grand-children to be out of an abusive home. Now for the last three years, they have been in my daughter’s loving home and are becoming the people God called them to be. My years of longing to serve in missions finally culminated in three wonderful years in Rwanda and then the exciting and rewarding experience of having a Rwandan family in my home for six years . My daughter, after years of unhealthy relationships is in a solid relationship with someone who loves her and her children. After the death of my husband and then my time in Rwanda, God has healed me of the pressing need to be in another relationship. Looking back, I realize that my “waiting” time for these life challenges was filled with praying and trusting that the Lord would take care of those situations. Not that I didn’t try to help Him at times. But I quickly learned that doing it my way doesn’t help, it only hurts and slows down the “soaring” process. This scripture always reminds me that if I want to ‘soar’, I need to stick close to God and trust Him to renew my strength so that I can “run and not be weary and walk and not faint.”Deacon Nancy McCue ... See MoreSee Less
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Many descriptions come to mind when we hear the words “kingdom”. Do you find yourself imagining ideas like “regal”, “stately”, or “powerful”? What about the word “crazy”? Seems odd, doesn’t it. Whoever would describe a kingdom as crazy or zany? Yet this is what we find in Mark 4:26-34, where we encounter the crazy kingdom of God in two parables of Jesus. There we see that we are called to ordinary hope, that we are not as important as we imagine, that the Kingdom’s reach is incalculable, and we can trust the Lord who extends his kingdom can dwell in our life’s most vexing moments. Encounter the Kingdom. Meet at the King’s Table. See you tomorrow in person or on livestream.Dcn. Luke ... See MoreSee Less
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Still Waters, June 9thOne of the greatest encouragements in Holy Scripture is that every follower of Jesus is empowered by the Holy Spirit with at least one spiritual gift to edify and fortify the Church (and to receive benefit from others through their gifts, as well). However, in our desire to run ahead and make an impact in the world around us, we may subtly forget that the Spirit does this in His own way; we don’t. In fact, Jesus gave that same reminder in His midnight chat with Nicodemus when He says, “The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear its sound, but you do not know where it comes from or where it goes. So it is with everyone who is born of the Spirit.” (John 3:8, ESV) We can do this in many ways, but two come to mind. First, we may forget that the Holy Spirit is sovereign, and we are not. He directs us and He prevents us. In Acts 16:6-7, Luke notes that the Spirit “prevented” him, Paul, and others from ministering in the province of Asia. The Holy Spirit—the third person of the Holy Trinity—is not there to rubber-stamp our ideas and declarations. We need to affirm that the Spirit is holy, and ask Him to forgive us when we merely view Him as useful. In my early days of teaching, I was also a head soccer coach. The day after one of our biggest wins, a potential discipline issue came up regarding one of my players. As my assistant coach and I were thinking through how to proceed, another teacher came up to us and declared that she “knew” the player was guilty of a certain accusation. When I asked how she knew, the teacher declared that during her morning devotions that day, the Holy Spirit had revealed it to her through a verse of Scripture. I am not making this up! My assistant and I were dumbfounded. Not that God can’t work that way, but a little humility before the Holy Spirit would have been nice to see at that moment. It seemed she was using the Spirit to reach a conclusion she’d already drawn. Another reminder we often need is that we do not choose the gifts we have, nor do we truly have control over the moments we exercise those gifts. Those matters also are under the authority of the Holy Spirit. The opening passage above (I Corinthians 12:7-11) demonstrates that the Spirit apportions each one individually as He wills. Not only does he endow us with said gifts, He also directs us in proper ways. How greatly we need to tread humbly here! How confident we can be of doing the Spirit’s work when we should be much more cautious! How many times do we run ahead in our actions, even with the best of motives, thinking that what we are doing has divine sanction? My paternal grandfather was a Presbyterian pastor and, as the story goes, in one of his churches there was a very zealous man who was very convinced he needed to go confront another church member about his sin. So, one Sunday afternoon, the zealous man heads across town, goes to the other man’s house, and knocks on the door. The wife of the house answered. “Is your husband available?” the man asked. “No,” the wife demurred. “He’s gone this afternoon.” “Well,” the man replied, “he needs to be here, because the Holy Spirit has compelled me to come here and confront him about the presence of a certain sin in his life. I need to speak to your husband!” To which the wife, nonplussed, responded, “Sir, if the Holy Spirit told you to come here today to speak to my husband, the Holy Spirit would have made sure my husband was home.” We follow the Spirit, not the other way around. May our lives and prayers be marked by a humility to seek the Holy Spirit’s will, not by attempts to bend Him to do our will. Our impact in God’s world may well hinge on such submission. The Rev. Luke Davis ... See MoreSee Less
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