Training Events

  • (Speed) Networking Happy Hour

    Tuesday, January 30, 2018

    $10/Person – Pay at the Door
    Includes 2 Drinks and Appetizers

    After a great inaugural event last August, Send Me St. Louis and Thrivent Financial are teaming up again to provide a fun, happy hour networking event to kick-off 2018.

    In an environment similar to speed dating, learn about the impact other churches and organizations are having throughout St. Louis. Additional time for informal networking will follow. Come make new connections, touch-base with old friends, and experience the joy of relationships!

  • Seeking Shalom Cohort

    Thursday, February 1, 2018

    Deadline to Register – FRIDAY, JANUARY 26TH
    $15/person (Cash or Check Only)

    We are excited to partner with the Lupton Center, once again, to help you and your church/organization move towards a more transformational ministry model. This 4-month, hybrid learning cohort will combine the Lupton Center’s Seeking Shalom e-Course (completed by participants on-line or through an app) with three, in-person debrief gatherings hosted by Send Me St. Louis to discuss progress and challenges, and share gained insights and encouragement.

New Resources

  • Spring Into Service: Easy Ways to Get Started!

    Winter is (finally) over and spring has begun.  It’s a perfect time to get out and serve your community!  Want to do something but not sure where to start?  Following are a variety of easy ways you can SERVE BOLDLY! The Good Earth: Got a green thumb? Serve through your ... Read More
  • Listen Well.

    By Matt Miller, Send Me St. Louis Serving your community isn’t the point. The point is a life transformed by God’s extravagant love and grace.  While serving your community isn’t the point, we serve a God who uses it to shape and mold us more into the image of Christ. ... Read More
  • The Domino Effect of Setting Goals for Volunteer Involvement

    What a great January 2016 article from Energize! Inc. – Susan J. Ellis shares an enlightening perspective on volunteer engagement (or the lack there of)! “Welcome to 2016. Just as individuals make new year’s resolutions, organizations tend to assess their priorities when a new year begins. So this may be ... Read More

Called to Serve

It was he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.