favicon

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.

church-of-the-resurrection-01

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.

Join Us

Give

A secure and easy way to give.   

Events & Outreach

Learn more about our upcoming events and outreach programs.

Photos

Check out some of our latest photos!

Calendar

September 21, 2021
  • Exercise Class

    September 21, 2021  9:30 am - 10:30 am
    1330 Schoettler Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017, USA

    See more details

  • Women's Fellowship Coffee Hour

    September 21, 2021  10:00 am - 11:00 am
    Via Zoom

    See more details

September 22, 2021
September 23, 2021
  • Exercise Class

    September 23, 2021  9:30 am - 10:30 am

    See more details

  • Art Class

    September 23, 2021  1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    1330 Schoettler Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017, USA

    See more details

Facebook

2 days ago

Church of the Resurrection
Rev. Dr. Ben Wagner, PastorSermon, "Pursue the Path of Peace, Not Prideful Passions" ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

1 week ago

Church of the Resurrection
Rev. Dr Ben Wagner, PastorSermon, "Through Jesus, We Defeat Evil and Unbelief" ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Haroldine Brail is now with the Lord. We give thanks to God for her life and pray for her husband Don and for her family, especially Bob and Deb Brail. We trust in the promise of Jesus - "I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me though he die, yet shall he live and whoever lives and believes in me will never die" (John 11). ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
In this week's Still Waters, Luke+ reminds us that with the benefit of prayerful reflection, we can often see God's grace at work during challenging seasons and after facing overwhelming tasks. . . . In college, I was a history major, so I guess I’ve always been better at looking back and assessing the past than laboring through my present to the future. Recently, though, I’ve been taking stock of more recent events in my life and turning them over in my head, and the considerations have been quite remarkable. Last fall, when Ben talked to me about being priest-in-charge (more of the idea was actually there long before the official title), I had several months for the anticipation of this summer to fully frighten me. Don’t get me wrong. Our family loves Church of the Resurrection as our spiritual family. Serving amongst the flock here brings much delight. But I was also aware of my significant shortcomings more than any gifts I would bring to this summer’s role. I tend to struggle with organizational management; my head feels like eight televisions are tuned to eight different channels. I am also a painfully powerful introvert. While I love being with people, I feel worn out after a day of interactions. Plus (and you’ll accuse me of lying, but it’s the honest truth), I am scared to death of getting up and speaking publicly in front of a crowd. But this summer at Resurrection has turned out to be one of the most delightful experiences I could ever imagine. I can also say this was not due to anything I was bringing to the table. I know from experience (and from Scripture) that when God calls people to a field of endeavor, it’s extremely rare he deploys them with spiritual gifts firings on all cylinders. But so often, God grants his servants two particular factors that make all the difference, and I re-discovered these afresh from Memorial Day through the end of August. God’s strength and grace are truly amazing. I had endured a difficult 2020-21 school year in teaching, and all I could pray for was that Christ’s power and mercies would be super-abundant as I tried my best to serve his people at COR. In truth, that was literally all I could do was pray! I cannot explain—whether in exact terms or a mathematical equation—how God paved the path of time and energy for me, but every week, there was—as the hymn goes—“strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow.” Eventually, routines for study for preaching, Compline Bible study preparation, clergy meetings on Zoom, vestry gatherings, etc., all fell into place. When I got exhausted, God gave me the sleep I needed. When I needed encouragement or correction, usually one of the Scripture readings from Morning Prayer would serve as an apt word. And when surprises to my plans occurred, the Lord re-directed things through the Holy Spirit’s direction and incredible circumstances.God’s people are a phenomenal treasure. If there is any doubt, I’m talking about all of YOU! There are so many areas where this came shining through. So often it came up in preaching. I have to say that preaching is a terrifying task—not just because of fear of public speaking, but because studying a passage is a boxing match where the Holy Spirit lands punch after punch. I become painfully aware of how far short I fall of where each text takes us, yet God directs me to speak his Word. And I get to do so to a community of grace and faith that comes expectantly and hungrily to hear the preaching of Scripture that leads them to the Table and on mission into the week. “Give us the piled-high buffet of God’s Word of grace,” your eyes constantly say. “Show us Jesus!” Many pastors would marvel that such congregations exist; I have the glorious privilege of serving one. And the passion spilled over into so many other areas of service. So many of you prayed often for me. You gave words of kindness when I needed them most, as well as gracious urgings when I showed areas in ministry that require significant polish. I came out of this summer with plenty of things to work on as a priest in Christ’s church, but I also did so more encouraged and fortified than I ever have been in ministry. And I have you all to thank for that. When school started, my fellow teachers began comparing notes on how their summers had gone. Some were relaxing, some affirmed they were hectic. When they asked how mine went, I smiled, “I had a summer to remember.” I have our Lord Jesus and all of you to thank for that joy. For grace and kingdom,Luke+ ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
We warmly invite you to join us, in-person or online!Join Us
Scroll to Top