Welcome to Union United Methodist Church

Union United Methodist Church in St. Louis, MO will discontinue as a congregation effective following worship on June 4, 2017.  We invite you to continue to share in the messages and worship services provided under the "worship" link at the top of this page.

We wish God's blessings on the founders, the pastors, the leaders, and the faithful of Union United Methodist.  Wherever our faith journey takes us in the future we will continue to focus on:

    •   • Loving in Christ
    •   • Learning from Christ
    •   • Leading to Christ


Who We Are

We serve. We worship. We pray. We learn. We rejoice in God's freely given grace.

Union is a member of the Reconciling Ministries Network and adopted the following Welcoming statement in August 2014:


Union United Methodist Church affirms that all persons are of sacred worth, created in God's image.  We are a community in which persons of diverse age, color, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic status and physical or mental ability are welcomed and valued.

For more information about Union United Methodist Church, see "About."

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Where You Can Find Us

Our worship center is located in the Lindenwood neighborhood of South St. Louis City at 3543 Watson Road. We are not far from well known landmarks such as Lindenwood Park, Ted Drewe's, St. Louis Hills, The Hill neighborhood, and just 2 miles from I-44 and Hampton. For detailed directions, please see our "Location" page. Call us at 314-647-1228 if you have questions.

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Worship, Learning, and Service

We welcome you to join us in worship each Sunday morning at 10:00 am. We offer children's worship during our regular Sunday morning worship service and provide of range of adult study groups each Sunday morning at 8:45 am and throughout the week. Numerous service opportunities are detailed on our Service and Calendar pages. Audio and video recordings of our regular worship are available through links on this site. Call us at 314-647-1228 if you have questions.

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