Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and people everywhere. With the help of volunteers and donations of money and materials, Habitat for Humanity builds and renovates homes in communities where people can live and grow. Whether you can swing a hammer, donate materials, or prepare lunch, we invite you to become a part of a ministry that offers a "hand-up." Build dates are scheduled on Saturdays and locations of builds are primarily in the St. Charles County area.

Quilters "Patches for Relief"

Peace Knitters- Peace Knitters meet weekly to create prayer shawls, lap blankets, chemo caps, baby items, slippers, and scarves for those who are in need of uplifting.  Come and join us for tea and stitching.  (No experience required)


check presentationOASIS (Outreach Assistance Serving Individuals in St Charles County) Food Pantry and Thrift Store is a non-profit organization who does not pay any personnel.  All revenue is generated through donations, thrift store sales and fund raising.  Two times a month, a Saturday and an evening, volunteers from LLLC assist families in the need for food.  A variety of jobs are available to the volunteers from greeting families and assisting with paperwork to filling orders and requests. OASIS has served families in St. Charles County since 1990.

(Picture: Check presentation after Living Lord received a $5,000 grant from Thrivent Financial to support Oasis Food Pantry.)


A.R.K. stands for Acts of Random Kindness. This ministry group started in 2009, and we primarily plan activities out in the mission field and usually one or two activities for our congregation. Our mission is to show you God's love in a
practical way.We meet usually once a month and currently have approx. 15-18 active members. Some of the activities we have done include the following: 

  • Washed car windshields for Living Lord members who attended service one week-end.
  • Sent packages to our service men and women.
  • Visited with and bought lunch for the seniors at the Green Lantern in Wentzville.
  • Visited with and played bingo with residents at Park Hill nursing home.
  • Bought ice cream at Fritz's.
  • Put quarters in machines at Crossroads Laundromat.
  • Bought supplies for and visited the Crisis Nursery in Wentzville.